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" The Confederated States engage, in the same manner, not to make war against each other, on any pretext, nor to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet, which will attempt a mediation by means of a Commission. "
A Compendium of Ancient and Modern Geography: For the Use of Eton School - Seite 150
von Aaron Arrowsmith - 1839 - 847 Seiten
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, Band 32

1816
...confederated states engage, in the same manner, hot to make war on one another, on any pretext, nor to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet, which shall attempt a mediation by means of a Commission. If this should not succeed in bringing the...
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New Monthly Magazine, Band 5

Baron Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton - 1816
...confederated states engage, in the same manner, nor to make war against each other, on any pretext, nor to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the diet, which will attempt a mediatton by means of a commission. If this should not succeed, und a jurídica!...
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

1816
...confederated States engage, iu the same manner, not to make war a-pinst each other, on any pretext, nor to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet, which will attempt a mediation by means of a Commission. If this should not succeed, and » juridical...
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Historical Letters: Including a Brief But General View of the History of the ...

John B. Colvin - 1821 - 290 Seiten
...are comprised in the union. They also engage not to make war against each other, on any pretext, nor to. pursue their differences by force of arms, but to. submit them to the diet, which is authorized to attempt a mediation by means of a commission. If this should not succeed, and...
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Geography and History

E. R. - 1828 - 388 Seiten
...attack. The confederate States engage likewise not to make war among themselves upon any pretence, and not to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet. No State can make a separate peace *. * Formerly the Emperor of Germany (viz. of Austria) was chosen...
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A grammar of modern geography. [With] Praxis

Aaron Arrowsmith - 1832
...thinks proper, but they bind themselves, at the same time, not to form any engagement to the detnment of the federal body, or of any member belonging to...several important fortresses, the principal of which are Maynz, Luxemburg, Landau, Ulm, and Germerslieim. 20. FORMER POLITICAL DIVISIONS. Before proceeding...
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On the Relations of the Duchies of Schleswig and Holstein: To the Crown of ...

Travers Twiss - 1848 - 204 Seiten
...Confederate States engage themselves not to make war upon one another under any pretext, and not to follow up their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet. The Diet will attempt by means of a commission to effect a settlement by mediation ; if it does not succeed,...
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The Works of Charles Sumner, Band 2

Charles Sumner - 1870
...follows : " The Confederate States likewise engage under no prctext to make war upon one another, nor to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Dict. The latter shall endeavor to mediate between the parties by means of a commission. Should this...
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The Duel Between France and Germany

Charles Sumner - 1871 - 2 Seiten
...members of the Confederation further bind themselves under no pretext to make war upon one another, or to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet." 2 Better words could not be found for the United States of Europe, in the establishment of that Great...
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Addresses on War

Charles Sumner - 1871 - 319 Seiten
...members of the Confederation further bind themselves under no pretext to make war upon one another, or to pursue their differences by force of arms, but to submit them to the Diet." 3 Better words could not be found for the United States of Europe, in the establishment of that Great...
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