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" Indeed, the Union can never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries. "
My Thirty Years Out of the Senate - Strana 426
autor/autoři: Seba Smith - 1859 - 458 str.
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The Letter of Columbus to Luis de Sant Angel: Announcing His Discovery, with ...

Christopher Columbus - 1892 - 15 str.
...constant annoyance and embarrassment to their interests. Indeed, the Union can never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries. Its immediate acquisition by our government is of paramount importance, and we cannot doubt but that...
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State Normal Monthly, Svazek 11

Kansas State Teachers College of Emporia - 1898
...advocacy for the conquest of the island on the ground that this country could "never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries." The year 1826 witnessed Cuba's first revolt. The uprising was crushed and its two leaders were executed....
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The Story of Cuba: Her Struggles for Liberty; the Causes, Crisis and Destiny ...

Murat Halstead - 1896 - 503 str.
...constant annoyance and embarrassment to their interests. Indeed, the Union can never enjoy repose, not possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries. Its immediate acquisition by our government is of paramount importance, and we cannot doubt but that...
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Pictorial History of Our War with Spain for Cuba's Freedom: A Thrilling ...

Trumbull White - 1898 - 560 str.
...of constant annoyance and embarrassment to their interests. Indeed the Union can never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries. Its immediate acquisition by our government is of paramount importance, and we cannot doubt but that...
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Cuba at a Glance

Anne O'Hagan, Emma B. Kaufman - 1898 - 107 str.
...which it can be obtained, not exceeding the sum of $120,000,000. "The Union can never enjoy repose nor possess reliable security as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries. "Its immediate acquisition by our government is of paramount importance, and we cannot doubt that it...
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The Student's American History

David Henry Montgomery - 1901 - 553 str.
...seize it. In 1854 the Ostend Manifesto (§430) boldly declared that " the Union can never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries." In 1868 a formidable rebellion broke out in Cuba which lasted for ten years. President Grant condemned...
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Studies in United States History: A Guide for the Use of Students and Teachers

Sara May Riggs - 1902 - 173 str.
...Purchase, 1853. Its effect upon slave question. 10. Ostend Manifesto: "The Union can never enjoy repose nor possess reliable security as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries." a. Explain fully the occasion for this, and its meaning. b. Compare with our present relations to Cuba....
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A Students' History of the United States

Edward Channing - 1905 - 587 str.
...Manifesto," suggesting annexation by force on the ground that the United States could " never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries." The possession of Cuba became a recognized part of Democratic policy and was favored in the platforms...
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Decisive Battles of America

Ripley Hitchcock - 1909 - 396 str.
...ministers to England, France, and Spain), declared in plain language that the "Union can never enjoy repose nor possess reliable security as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries." It went on to advise the seizing of the coveted territory in case Spain refused to sell. The administration...
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A Students' History of the United States

Edward Channing - 1912 - 588 str.
...Manifesto," suggesting annexation by force on the ground that the United States could " never enjoy repose, nor possess reliable security, as long as Cuba is not embraced within its boundaries." The possession of Cuba became a recognized part of -Democratic policy and was favored in the platforms...
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