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" It would be the worst thing you have done for a number of years to go to war with an immense empire like China, and possessing so many resources. You would, doubtless, at first succeed, take what vessels they have, and destroy their trade and cities ;... "
An Aide-de-camp's Recollections of Service in China: A Residence in Hong ... - 第 33 頁
Sir Arthur Augustus Thurlow Cunynghame 著 - 1844
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Napoleon in Exile: Or, A Voice from St. Helena : the Opinions and ..., 第 1 卷

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1822 - 511 頁
...doubtless, at first, succeed, take what vessels they have, and destroy their trade ; but you would teach them their own strength. They would be compelled...suffer a people, so far away, to do as they please to us? We must build ships, we must put guns into them, we must render ourselves equal to them.' They...
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An Aide-de-camp's Recollections of Service in China: A Residence in ..., 第 2 卷

1844
...with an immense empire like China, and possessing so many resources. You would, doubtless, at fast succeed, take what vessels they have, and destroy...them, we must render ourselves equal to them. They 34 CHINESE OBSTINACY. would,' continued the Emperor, ' get artificers and ship-builders from France...
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An aide-de-camp's recollections of service in China, a residence in Hong ...

Arthur Augustus T. Cunynghame (sir.) - 1853
...the liberty of inserting it : — '' Napoleon replied, — ' It would be the worst thing you could have done for a number of years to go to war with...them, we must render ourselves equal to them. They would,' continued the Emperor, ' get artificers and shipbuilders from France and America, and even...
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Napoleon in exile: or, A voice from St. Helena. The opinions and reflections ...

Barry Edward O'Meara, Napoléon I (Emperor of the French) - 1853
...doubtless, at first, succeed, take what vessels they have, and destroy their trade ; but you would teach them their own strength. They would be compelled...themselves against you ; they would consider, and say, fwe must try to make ourselves equal to this nation. Why should we suffer a people, so far away, to...
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History of the Captivity of Napoleon at St. Helena: From the Letters ..., 第 1 卷

William Forsyth, Sir Hudson Lowe - 1853
...many resources and so distant from you, would be the worst thing you have done for a series of years. They would be compelled to adopt measures to defend themselves against you, and you would teach them their own strength. They would get artificers and shipbuilders, and every...
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Napoleon at St. Helena, 第 2 卷

Barry Edward O'Meara - 1889
...doubtless, at first, succeed, take what vessels they have, and destroy their trade ; but you would teach them their own strength. They would be compelled...nation, Why should we suffer a people, so far away, tc do as they please to us ? We must build ships, w« must put guns into them, we must render ourselves...
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