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" In taking action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms without further consultation with his allies, the Emperor of Russia has separated himself from the European concert hitherto maintained, and has at 'the same time departed from... "
Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States - Page 587
by United States. Dept. of State - 1877
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 119

Edmund Burke - History - 1878
...action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms without further consultation with h;s allies, the Emperor of Russia has separated himself...impossible to foresee the consequences of such an act. Her Majesty'i 218 [1877. Government would willingly have refrained from making anyobservat ions in regard...
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Dept. of State - United States - 1877
...parties, by means of an amicable arrangement. In taking action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms •without further consultation with...same time, departed from the rule to which he himself bad solemnly recorded his consent. It is impossible to foresee tbe consequences of such an act. Her...
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On Horseback Through Asia Minor, Volume 2

Fred Burnaby - Turkey - 1877
...parties by means of an amicable arrangement. In taking action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms without further consultation with...from making any observations in regard to it ; but Prince Gortschakoff seems to assume, in a declaration addressed to all the Governments of Europe, that...
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On Horseback Through Asia Minor, Volume 2

Fred Burnaby - Turkey - 1877
...arrangement. In taking action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms •without farther consultation with his allies, the Emperor of Russia...from making any observations in regard to it ; but Prince Gortschakoff seems to assume, in a declaration addressed to all the Governments of Europe, that...
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The Russo-Turkish War: Including an Account of the Rise and ..., Volume 1

Henry Montague Hozier - Eastern question (Balkan) - 1877
...by the declaration cancelling the Protocol, as far as England was concerned. Again, it was said that "the Emperor of Russia has separated himself from the European concert hitherto maintained, and had at the same time departed from the rule to which he himself had solemnly recorded his consent."...
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The Contemporary Review, Volume 30

Literature - 1877
...concert. And after some talk about the Treaty of Paris, the Emperor was further told that he had " departed from the rule to which he himself had solemnly recorded his consent." This talk about the Treaty of Paris, the treaty which was trampled under foot, and righteously trampled...
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The Annual Register, Volume 119

Edmund Burke - History - 1878
...action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms without further consultation with h;s allies, the Emperor of Russia has separated himself...impossible to foresee the consequences of such an act. Her Majesty'i Government would willingly have refrained from making any observations in regard to it ;...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 145-146

1878
...The Emperor of Russia,' are the words of Lord Derby's letter to Lord A. Loftus of May 1st, 1877, ' has separated [himself from the European concert hitherto...rule to which he himself had solemnly recorded his assent.' The European concert was embarrassed, and conjoint insistance on reform in Turkey had for...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 145

English literature - 1878
...' The Emperor of Russia,' are the words of Lord Derby's letter to Lord A. Loftus of May 1st, 1877, 'has separated himself from the European concert hitherto...rule to which he himself had solemnly recorded his assent.' The European concert was embarrassed, and conjoint insistance on reform in Turkey had for...
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Selected Speeches of the Late Right Honourable the Earl of ..., Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - Great Britain - 1882
...parties by means of an amicable arrangement." In taking action against Turkey on his own part, and having recourse to arms without further consultation with...which he himself had solemnly recorded his consent.' My lords, the reply from which I have read that extract is dated May 1, 1877 ; and it is of the greatest...
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