The Belgic Revolution of 1830, 第 1 卷

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第 367 頁 - The Causes and Motives of seditions are innovation in religion, taxes, alteration of laws and customs, breaking of privileges, general oppression, advancement of unworthy persons, strangers, dearths, disbanded soldiers, factions grown desperate, and whatsoever in offending people joineth and knitteth them in a common cause.
第 386 頁 - CXVII, inclusive, of the General Act of the Congress of Vienna, relative to the Free Navigation of navigable Rivers, shall be applied to those navigable Rivers which separate the Belgian and the Dutch territories, or which traverse them both.
第 387 頁 - The Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, within the limits determined by the Act annexed to the Treaties of the 19th of April 1839 under the guarantee of the Courts of Great Britain, Austria, France, Prussia, and Russia, shall henceforth form a perpetually neutral State. It shall be bound to observe the same neutrality towards all other States.
第 388 頁 - That the five Powers admit the right in virtue of which other States may take such measures as they may judge necessary to enforce respect to or to re-establish their legitimate authority in all the territories, belonging to them, to which the protest mentioned above sets up pretensions, and which are situated out of the Belgian territory declared neutral. 7. That His Majesty the King of the Netherlands having acceded without restriction, by the Protocol of February 18, 1831, to the arrangements...
第 392 頁 - Articles i, 2, and 4, of the present Protocol, shall form a perpetually neutral State. The five Powers guarantee to it that perpetual neutrality, as well as the integrity and inviolability of its territory, within the above mentioned limits.
第 388 頁 - Belgium, ensure the safety of other States, accept without restriction, as His Majesty the King of the Netherlands did with regard to the Protocol of July 21, 1814, all the fundamental arrangements contained in the Protocol of January 20, 1831, and be in a situation to secure to the Belgians the peaceable enjoyment hereof.
第 59 頁 - ... there was real co-operation between Dutch and Belgians. Belgian Orangism proved remarkably ineffectual. As an English observer wrote after the revolution:4 Were Belgium now restored to the same commercial advantages that it enjoyed during the union, there would be no Orangism. For, in fact, Orangism is a mere commercial question; a question of interest, totally distinct from policy, patriotism or personal sympathy. It is in this that it essentially differs both from the Carlism of France and...
第 227 頁 - When yet young, I found myself in so many difficult and singular situations, that I have learned to consider power only with a philosophic eye. I never coveted it but for the sake of doing good, durable good. Had not certain political differences arisen, which appeared to me essentially opposed to the independence of Greece, I should now be in that country ; and yet I never attempted to conceal from myself the difficulties of my position. I am aware how desirable it is that Belgium should have a...
第 389 頁 - ... them to throw off their government, and assuring them that Belgium would remain true to their cause. " Do not suffer yourselves to be seduced by promises, or terrified by threats. The Congress has protested against the acts of the Congress of London. The nation, which has been able to vanquish the Dutch armies, will maintain the protest of its representatives. We began our revolution in spite of the treaties of 1815; we shall finish it in spite of the protocols of London.
第 388 頁 - ... re-establish their legitimate authority in all the territories, belonging to them, to which the protest mentioned above sets up pretensions, and which are situated out of the Belgian territory declared neutral. 7. That his Majesty the King of the Netherlands having acceded without restriction, by the Protocol of February 18, 1831, to the arrangements relative to the separation of Belgium from Holland, every enterprise of the Belgian authorities upon the territory which the Protocol of. January...

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