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" Petersburg Government adopts them as a. fait accompli which it did not intend, but cannot in honour recede from. If the local agents fail they are disavowed and recalled, and the language previously held is appealed to as a proof that the agents have... "
Imperial Rivals: China, Russia, and Their Disputed Frontier - 第 347 頁
S. C. M. Paine 著 - 1996 - 417 頁
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Fraser's Magazine for Town and Country, 第 14 卷

1876
...always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested professions at Petersburg and London ; active aggression by its agents on the scene of operations. If the aggressions succeed locally, the Petersburg Government adopts them as a/o5 accompli which it did not...
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Russian Wars with Turkey

Frank S. Russell - 1877 - 320 頁
...Government ha.s always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested professions at Petersburg and at London ; active aggression by its...locally, the Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it did not intend, but cannot, in honour, recede from. If the local agents fail,...
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The Life and Correspondence of Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston, 第 2 卷

Evelyn Ashley - 1879
...Government has always had two strings to it* bow — moderate language and disinterested professions at Petersburg and at London; active aggression by its...locally, the Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it did not intend, but cannot, in honour, recede from. If the local agents fail,...
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The Russo-Afghan Question and the Invasion of India

George Bruce Malleson - 1885 - 192 頁
...spring on its intended victim. In furtherance of this policy, the Russian Government has always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested...aggression by its agents on the scene of operations. If the aggressions succeed locally, the St. Petersburg Government adopts them as a. fait accompli which it...
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The Coming Struggle for India: Being an Account of the Encroachments of ...

Ármin Vámbéry - 1885 - 214 頁
...another spring on its intended victim. In furtherance of this policy, the Kussian policy has always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested...aggression by its agents on the scene of operations. If the aggressions succeed locally, the St. Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it...
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The Coming Struggle for India: Being an Account of the Encroachments of ...

Ármin Vámbéry - 1885 - 214 頁
...of this policy, the Russian policy has always had two strings to its bow — moderate language aud disinterested professions at St. Petersburg and at...aggression by its agents on the scene of operations. If the aggressions succeed locally, the St. Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it...
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Life of Viscount Palmerston

Lloyd Charles Sanders - 1888 - 247 頁
...it was when it was written : — The Russian Government [he wrote to Lord Clarendon] has always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested...operations If the aggression succeed locally, the St. Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it did not intend but cannot in honour...
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Life of Viscount Palmerston

Lloyd Charles Sanders - 1888 - 247 頁
...it was when it was written :— The Russian Government [he wrote to Lord Clarendon] has always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested...operations. If the aggression succeed locally, the St. Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it did not intend but cannot in honour...
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Japan and the Pacific, and a Japanese View of the Eastern Question

Manjiro Inagaki - 1890 - 265 頁
...Government has always had two strings to its bow — •' moderate language and disinterested professions at Petersburg and at London ; active aggression by its agents on the scene of operations. If the aggressions succeed locally, the St. Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it...
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The History of Lord Lytton's Indian Administration, 1876 to 1880

Lady Betty Balfour - 1899 - 551 頁
...always had two strings to its bow — moderate language and disinterested professions at Petersburg and London ; active aggression by its agents on the scene of operations. If the aggressions succeed locally, the Petersburg Government adopts them as a fait accompli which it did...
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