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" Quebec, or any where else ; but I would take the whole continent from them, and ask them no favors. Her fleets cannot then rendezvous at Halifax as now ; and, having no place of resort in the north, cannot infest our coast as they have lately done. It... "
A Full and Correct Account of the Military Occurrences of the Late War ... - Page 77
by William James - 1818
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Congressional Reporter, Containing the Public Documents, and the ..., Volume 2

1812
...for (lopping at Quebec or any where elfe ; but I would take the whole continent from them, and alk them no favors. Her fleets cannot then rendezvous at Halifax - as now, and having no place of refort in the North, cannot infeft our coaft as they have lately done. It is as eafy to conquer them...
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Three Years in North America, Volume 1

James Stuart - North America - 1833 - 544 pages
...Congress : — " We have (said he) the Canadas as much under our command, as Great Britain has the ocean. I would take the whole continent from them, and ask them no favours. God has given us the power and the means." For such a change we ought some day or other to...
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Family Records: Containing Memoirs of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B ...

Ferdinand Brock Tupper - 1835 - 218 pages
...Henry Clay seconded his friend thus : 'It is absurd to suppose we shall not succeed in our enterprise against the enemy's provinces. We have the Canadas...on the ocean. We must take the continent from them. / wish never to see a peace till we do. God has given us the power and the means ; we are to blame...
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The Life and Correspondence of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B.

Sir Isaac Brock - Canada - 1847 - 492 pages
...Henry Clay seconded his friend thus : ' It is absurd to suppose we shall not succeed in our enterprise against the enemy's provinces. We have the Canadas...on the ocean. We must take the continent from them. / wish never to see a peace till toe do. God has given us the power and the means : we are to blame...
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Revolutionary Services and Civil Life of General William Hull

Maria Campbell, James Freeman Clarke - Detroit (Mich.) - 1848 - 482 pages
...on the ocean, is to drive her from the land. I am not for stopping at Quebec or any where else, hut I would take the whole continent from them and ask them no favours. We must take the whole continent from them. I wish ne\er to see peace till we do." Thus spake...
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Annals of the Congress of the United States

United States. Congress - Law - 1853
...conquer her on the ocean is to drive her from the land. I am not for stopping at Quebec or anywhere else; but I would take the whole continent from them,...easy to conquer them on the land as their whole Navy could conquer ours on the ocean. As to coping with them at sea, we cannot do it. We can annoy them,...
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Sketches of Celebrated Canadians: And Persons Connected with Canada, from ...

Henry James Morgan - Canada - 1862 - 779 pages
...succeed in our enterprise against the enemy's provinces. Wo have the Canadas as much under our command as Great Britain has the ocean; and the way to conquer...from them, and ask them no favors. Her fleets cannot rendezvous at Halifax as now; and having no place of resort in the north, cannot infest our coast as...
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Sketches of Celebrated Canadians: And Persons Connected with Canada, from ...

Henry James Morgan - Canada - 1862 - 779 pages
...where else; but I would take the whole continent from them, and ask them no favors. Her fleets cannot rendezvous at Halifax as now ; and having no place...have lately done. It is as easy to conquer them on land, as their whole navy would conquer ours on the ocean. We must take the continent from them : I...
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The Congressional Globe

United States. Congress - United States - 1853
...conquer her on the ocean is to drive her from the land. I am not for stopping at Quebec or anywhere else; but I would take the whole continent from them, and ask them no favor». Her fleets cannot then rendezvous at Halifax as now, and having no place of resort in the...
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Columbia and Canada: Notes on the Great Republic and the New Dominion. A ...

William Fraser Rae - Canada - 1877 - 316 pages
...august Assembly — " We have the Canadas as much under our command as Great Britain has the ocean. I would take the whole Continent from them, and ask them no favours. God has given us the power and the means." At a later date another patriot, whose reputation...
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