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Knihy Knihy 110 z 33 na dotaz The public will learn, with sentiments which we shall not presume to anticipate,....
" The public will learn, with sentiments which we shall not presume to anticipate, that a third British frigate has struck to an American. This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection, — this, and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday,... "
A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1893 - Strana 426
autor/autoři: Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1893
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THE HISTORY OF CAPE COD:

FREDERICK FREEMAN - 1862
...the London Times, March, 1813, are an exhibit that it is well to preserve, viz. : — " The public learn, with sentiments which we shall not presume...frigate has struck to an American. This is an occurrence which calls for serious reflection, — this and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's...
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The Century, Svazek 41

1891
...in London, March 19, 1813, seems to have drawn the following resigned soliloquy from the " Times " : The public will learn with sentiments which we shall not presume to anticipate that a third British frigatehnsstrucktoan American. . . . Thisisan occurrence that calls for serious reflection — this...
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History of the United States of America During the Second ..., Svazek 7

Henry Adams - 1890
...the " Pilot," the chief naval authority, lamented in set periods the incomprehensible event : — " The public will learn, with sentiments which we shall...American. This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection, — this, and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Loyd's list contains notices...
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History of the United States of America, Svazek 7

Henry Adams - 1891
...the " Pilot," the chief naval authority, lamented in set periods the incomprehensible event : — " The public will learn, with sentiments which we shall...American. This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection, — this, and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that T.oyd's list contains notices...
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A History of the United States Navy, from 1775 to 1894, Svazek 1

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1893
...French is broken [alluding to Napoleon's disastrous retreat from Moscow] and so is our sea spell."2 The London Morning Chronicle for December 26, 1812,.... . . This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection — this, and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's list contains notices...
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A History of the United States Navy from 1775 to 1902, Svazek 1

Edgar Stanton Maclay - 1901
...October 7, 1812. * Ibid., December 26, 1812. » Ibid., December 28, 1812. * Ibid., December 29, 1812. The news of the loss of the Java arriving in England,.... . . This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection — this, and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's list contains notices...
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The Royal Navy: A History from the Earliest Times to the Present, Svazek 6

Sir William Laird Clowes, Sir Clements Robert Markham, Alfred Thayer Mahan, Herbert Wrigley Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Leonard George Carr Laughton - 1901 - 617 str.
...full expression to the feelings with which the British public generally regarded these events : — " The public will learn, with sentiments which we shall...frigate has struck to an American. This is an occurrence which calls for serious reflection — this, and the fact stated in one paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's...
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James Lawrence, Captain, United States Navy: Commander of the "Chesapeake"

Albert Gleaves - 1904 - 335 str.
...of the capture of the "Java," the "London Pilot," in its issue of March 20, 1813, had this to say: The public will learn with sentiments which we shall...American. This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection, this and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's list contains notices...
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A New Nation

Charles Lester Barstow - 1912 - 211 str.
...arrived in London, March 19, 1813, seems to have drawn the following resigned soliloquy from the Times: The public will learn with sentiments which we shall.... . . This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection — this and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's list contains notices...
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A New Nation

Charles Lester Barstow - 1912 - 211 str.
...frigate has struck to an American. . . . This is an occurrence that calls for serious reflection — this and the fact stated in our paper of yesterday, that Lloyd's list contains notices of upwards of five hundred British vessels captured, in seven months, by the Americans. Five hundred merchantmen,...
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