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" ... mode be selected) ; and further, that Chili has the right to demand securities, if time is given for the payment. But we are also very clearly of the opinion that Peru ought to have the opportunity, in full and free discussion of the terms of peace,... "
The Pan-American Policy of James G. Blaine - Page 16
by William Spence Robertson - 1899 - 232 pages
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Mr. Blaine and His Foreign Policy: An Examination of His Most Important ...

Edward Henry Strobel - Campaign literature, 1884 - 1884 - 69 pages
...full and free discussion of the terms of peace, to offer such indemnity as may be satisfactory; and that it is contrary to the rules which should prevail...indemnity in some other form. Such a course on the part of Chili would meet with decided disfavor on the part of the United States. ******** We are therefore...
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Pamphlets on Biography, Volume 16

Biography - 1884
...full and free discussion of the terms of peace, to oifer such indemnity as may be satisfactory; and that it is contrary to the rules which should prevail...nations to proceed at once, and as a sine qua non, to transfer territory, undoubtedly Peruvian, to the jurisdiction of Chili, without first demonstrating...
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The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation

Albert Bushnell Hart - Monroe doctrine - 1916 - 445 pages
...rules which should pre- Territory, vail among enlightened nations to proceed at once, and as a sine qu& non of peace, to transfer territory undoubtedly Peruvian,...in some 'other form. " Such a course on the part of Chili would meet with decided disfavor on the part of the United States." Similar action was taken...
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The Monroe Doctrine: An Interpretation

Albert Bushnell Hart - Monroe doctrine - 1916 - 445 pages
...which should pre- Territory, vail among enlightened nations to proceed at once, and as a sine qu& nan of peace, to transfer territory undoubtedly Peruvian,...in some other form. " Such a course on the part of Chili would meet with decided disfavor on the part of the United States." Similar action was taken...
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Arbitration Between Peru and Chile: The Case of Peru in the Matter ..., Volume 2

Peru - Peru - 1923
...full and free discussion of the terms of peace, to offer such indemnity as may be satisfactory; and that it is contrary to the rules which should prevail...indemnity in some other form. Such a course on the part of Chili would meet with decided disfavor on the part of the United States. It ought to be borne constantly...
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Arbitration Between Peru and Chile: The Case of Peru in the Matter ..., Volume 2

Peru - Chile - 1923
...full and free discussion of the terms of peace, to offer such indemnity as may be satisfactory; and that it is contrary to the rules which should prevail...enlightened nations to proceed at once, and as a sine qud non of peace, to transfer territory, undoubtedly Peruvian, to the jurisdiction of Chili, without...
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