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" She has, taking the capacity of her land into view as well as its mere measurement, a natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man. "
England's Supremacy: Its Sources, Economics and Dangers - Сторінка 402
автори: James Stephen Jeans - 1885 - 447 стор.
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Fifty Missionary Programmes

Belle Marvel Brain - 1901 - 128 стор.
...to Christ comes country." — Theodore L. Cuyler, DD 1. The Greatest Nation on Earth. " America has a natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man." — Gladstone. 2. Our National Perils. " It is ours to be either the grave in which the hopes of the...
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The Student's American History

David Henry Montgomery - 1901 - 553 стор.
...States, and such statesmen as Lincoln and Gladstone have declared their belief that this country has a natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man. (See § 34.) III. PERMANENT ENGLISH AND FRENCH SETTLEMENTS. \ For Authorities for this Chapter, see...
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Iowa Journal of History, Том 3

1903
...by the Department of public instruction | Richard C. Barrett | superintendent public instruction | A natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established | by man. — Gladstone, on Louisiana purchase. | RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS Twenty-fifth annual report | of the...
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Biennial Report

Iowa. Dept. of Public Instruction - 1903
...T$$«ed by the Department of Public Instruction Richard e. Barrett Superintendent Public instruction A natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man. —Gladstone, on Louisiana Purchatt. (103) 11 IOWA — Her affections, like the rivers of her borders,...
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Homiletic Review, Том 56

1908
...Mississippi, from the men who spoke Latin to the men who speak English." — JOHN FISKE. "America has a natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man." — GLADSTONE. "The Americans are producing a more powerful type of man than has hitherto existed;...
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The Westminster Monthly, Томи 34 – 35

1904
...truly said that "America holds the future," and Mr. Gladstone unites with him when he calls America "a natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man." We are the youngest, the very Benjamin of the first-rate nations, and Benjamin-like we have received...
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The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine Devoted to History ..., Том 47

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - 1915
...floats today over a vast territory which Mr. Gladstone one time, very truthfully, said, provides "the natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man. " The forefathers, who came to Massachusetts Bay, gave it as their opinion that population was never likely...
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The Granite State Monthly, Том 47

Otis Grant Hammond - 1915
...floats today over a vast territory which Mr. Gladstone one time, very truthfully, said, provides "the natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man. " The forefathers, who came to Massachusetts Bay, gave it as their opinion that population was never likely...
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Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine, Томи 47 – 48

1915
...floats today over a vast territory which Mr. Gladstone one time, very truthfully, said, provides "the natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man. " The forefathers, who came to Massachusetts Bay, gave it as their opinion that population was never likely...
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The Baptist Home Mission Monthly, Том 14

1892
...not including Alaska, from 815,000 to 3,000,000 square miles ; and giving us, as Mr. Gladstone says, "a natural base for the greatest continuous empire ever established by man." Wonderful as has been this increase in territorial possessions, more wonderful has been the peopling...
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