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" Newark, it is not his intention to pursue further a system of warfare so revolting to his own feelings, and so little congenial to the British character, unless the future measures of the enemy should compel him again to resort to it. "
The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ... - Page 29
1815
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 84, Part 1

Early English newspapers - 1814
...Enemy, retaliation becomes an imperieiu duty. He has, therefore, ordered the village* of Lewistou, Black Rock, and Buffalo, to be burned; at the same...revolting to his own feelings, and so uncongenial to the British character, unless forced to it by the future measures of the Enemy. Another loan of thirty...
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Cobbett's Political Register

political register - 1815
...a full measure of retaliation had taken place, and that it was not his intention to pursue further a system of warfare, so revolting to his own feelings, and so little, congenial to the British character, unless the future measures of the enemy should compel him...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 27

Great Britain - 1815
...a full measure of retaliation had taken place, and that it was not his intention to pursue further a system of warfare, so revolting to his own feelings, and so little congenial to the British character, unless the future measures of the enemy should compel him...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 7

Walter Scott - Europe - 1816
...Thames, at York, and at Fort George. Sir George earnestly deprecates this mode of warfare ; but he justly observes, that since it has been so long persevered...revolting to his own feelings, and so uncongenial to the British character, unless forced to it by the future measures of the enemy. The Endymion, Stat...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, for 1808-26, Volume 7

Europe - 1816
...Thames, at York, and at Fort George. Sir George earnestly deprecates this mode of warfare ; but he justly observes, that since it has been so long persevered...that he will no longer pursue a system of warfare so revolt, ing to his own feelings, and so uncongenial to the British character, unless forced to it by...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 4

Thomas H. Palmer - United States - 1816
...a full measure of retaliation had taken place, and that it was not his intention to pursue further a system of warfare, so revolting to his own feelings, and so little congenial to the British character, unless the future measures of the enemy should compel him...
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History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the ..., Volume 2

C. H. Gifford - Europe - 1817
...America the miseries inflicted on the inhabitants of Newark, it is not bis intention to pursue further d in the inclemency of a Canadian winter, the troops of a little congenial to the British character, unless the future measure of the enemy should compel him...
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History of the Late War, Between the United States and Great Britain ...

Henry Marie Brackenridge - Canada History War of 1812 Campaigns - 1818 - 348 pages
...full measure of retribution has taken place:" and he declared his intention of "pursuing no further a system of warfare so revolting to his own feelings, and so little congenial to the British character." It may be well to ask, whether the conflagrations and pillaging...
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History of the Late War, Between the United States and Great Britain ...

Henry Marie Brackenridge - Canada History War of 1812 Campaigns - 1818 - 348 pages
...full measure of retribution has taken place:" and he declared his intention of "pursuing no further a system of warfare so revolting to his own feelings, and so little congenial to the British character." It may be well to ask, whether the conflagrations and pillaging...
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A Pedestrian Tour of Two Thousand Three Hundred Miles in North America: To ...

Philip Stansbury - Canada - 1822 - 274 pages
...sufferers of Newark were at length satiated, and the governor of Upper Canada declared himself wearied of " a system of warfare so revolting to his own feelings, and so little congenial to the British character." It was truly sorrowful, said captain S — e, to witness...
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