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" ... escape. We have amongst us men who have been favoured and flattered and honoured by the Emperor, and who have preferred to that favour the dangers of their country. We have amongst us thousands of Russians, who prefer our barbarism to the civilization... "
The Portfolio; Or, a Collection of State Papers, Etc: Illustrative of the ... - Page 194
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The Portfolio, Volume 1

David Urquhart - Great Britain - 1836
...Russians, who prefer our barbarism to the civilization of their country. Russia has built forts on points of our territory, but they dare not venture...of January, 1836, we will present to our readers a sketch of the state of Circassia, and of recent events in that country ; without which they will be...
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The Portfolio, Or, a Collection of State Papers: Illustrative of ..., Volume 1

Political science - 1836
...Russians, who prefer our barbarism to the civilization of their country. Russia has built forts on points of our territory, but they dare not venture...of January, 1836, we will present to our readers a sketch of the state of Circassia, and of recent events in that country ; without which they will be...
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The Asiatic Journal and Monthly Register for British and Foreign India ...

Asia - 1836
...the reach of their puns — 50,000 Russians have lately made an inroad, and they have been beaten. " But we are independent— we are at war — we are...and to make arrangements for exchange of prisoners !" SUPPLEMENT TO ASIATIC INTELLIGENCE. Calcutta. MISCELLANEOUS. Execution of tlie Nawab Shumsoodeen...
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The Portfolio; or A collection of state papers, etc. etc ..., Volume 1

Portfolio - 1836
...of hope. But we are independent—we are at war—we are victors. The representative of the Empernr, who numbers us in Europe as his slaves, who marks...the map, has lately opened communications with the Circassians—not to offer pardon for rebellion, but to bargain for the retreat of 20,000 men enveloped...
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Travels in Circassia, Krim Tartary, &c, Volume 1

Edmund Spencer (capt.) - 1837
...Russians, who prefer our barbarism to the civilization of their country. Russia has •built forts on points of our territory, but they dare not venture...and to make arrangements for exchange of prisoners." 347 VOCABULARY OF WORDS AND PHRASES, ENGLISH AND TARTAR. Observations upon the Mode of Pronunciation....
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Three Voyages in the Black Sea to the Coast of Circassia: Including ...

Edouard Taitbout de Marigny (chevalier.) - Caucasus, Northern (Russia) - 1837 - 303 pages
...Russians, who prefer our barbarism to the civilization of their country. Russia has built forts on points of our territory, but they dare not venture...and to make arrangements for exchange of prisoners." — From ' The Portfolio,' vol. i., p. 187. London, the gist of Rebiul-Akir, 1251 (1835). • "...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1837
...representative of ihe Emperor, who numbers us in Europe as his slaves, who marks this country as his own on the map, has lately opened communications with...and to make arrangements for exchange of prisoners.' " Let not the House suppose that this document was something got up in this country, and of no authenticity....
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1837
...representative of the Emperor, who numbers us in Europe as his slaves, who marks this country as his own on the map, has lately opened communications with...Circassians, not to offer pardon for rebellion, but to burgain for the retreat of 20,000 men enveloped by mil people, and to muke arrangements for exchange...
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History of Russia from the Foundation of the Empire by Rourick to the Close ...

Alphonse Rabbe, Jonathan Duncan - Russia - 1854
...market for our produce ; by ' preventing us obtaining salt, gunpowder, and other necessaries of war; by depriving us of hope. But we are independent; we...rebellion, but to bargain for the retreat of 20,000 men now surrounded by our people, and to make arrangements for exchange of prisoners." The clandestine...
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