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" Japan on a similar errand — to demand as a right, and not to solicit as a favor, those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another... "
Japan Opened: Compiled Chiefly from the Narrative of the American Expedition ... - 第 94 頁
Matthew Calbraith Perry 著 - 1858 - 296 頁
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The Japanese Empire: Its Physical, Political, and Social Condition and ...

S. B. Kemish - 1860 - 303 頁
...secure a successful issue of the delicate mission with which he had been 284 AMERICAN PRECAUTIONS. charged. This was to take a course the opposite of...if derogatory to the dignity of the American flag. It was arranged, provided the Japanese government refused to negotiate, or to assign a port of resort...
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New Japan, the Land of the Rising Sun: Its Annals During the Past Twenty ...

Samuel Mossman - 1873 - 484 頁
...course entirely contrary to that of all others who had hitherto visited Japan upon a similar errand — to demand as a right, and not to solicit as a favour,...which are due from one civilized nation to another." § 13. Interview with a local official. — The arrival of this armed squadron in Japanese waters,...
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Harper's Magazine: (1904), 第 109 卷

1904
...energy and decision. He had, as he said, determined to demand as a right, and not to solicit as a favor, those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another, and to allow none of the petty annoyances that had been unsparingly visited on those who had preceded...
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A Digest of International Law: As Embodied in Diplomatic Discussions ...

John Bassett Moore, Francis Wharton - 1906
...from that of others who had visited Japan, viz, "to demand as a right, and not to solicit as a favor, those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another; to allow of none of those petty annoyances which have been unsparingly visited upon those who had preceded...
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McDonald of Oregon: A Tale of Two Shores

Eva Emery Dye - 1906 - 395 頁
...the little brown men scurrying away. " Before reaching the coast I determined to demand as a right those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another. Nor will I allow any petty acts of annoyance which in the least conflict with what is due the dignity...
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American Government and Politics

Charles Austin Beard - 1910 - 772 頁
...vessels, and bearing a special mission from the United States, demanded as a right, not as a favor, "those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another"; and by a firm policy brought the Japanese imperial government to terms in the treaty of March 31, 1854....
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The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 第 53-54 卷

1914
...in February, 1854, with his strong determination "to demand as a right, not to solicit as a favor, those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another — due to the dignity of the American After careful deliberations, the Shogun's government appointed...
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The Principles of American Diplomacy

John Bassett Moore - 1918 - 476 頁
...energy and decision. He had, as he said, determined to demand as a right and not to solicit as a favor those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another, and to allow, none of the petty annoyances that had been unspairingly visited on those who had preceded...
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Principles and Problems of Government

Charles Grove Haines, Bertha Moser Haines, Mrs. Bertha Harner (Moser) Hains - 1921 - 597 頁
...China had granted to Great Britain, and a little later, in 1854, the United States demanded of Japan "those acts of courtesy which are due from one civilized nation to another." The same attitude was maintained with regard to the Hawaiian Islands and Cuba. Thus the United States,...
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Treaties and Other International Acts of the United States of America ...

United States - 1942
...contrary plan of proceedings from that of all others who had hitherto visited Japan on the same errand To demand as a right, and not to solicit as a favour...which are due from one civilized nation to another, to allow of none of those petty annoyances which have been unsparingly visited upon those who had preceded...
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