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" China had recovered from her internal confusion, there was nothing to be gained and much to be lost by protracted resistance to the peoples of the West. "
The History of China - Pągina 352
per Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1898
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Lives of the Princesses of Wales: Katharine of Aragon. Cont'd. Caroline of ...

Barbara Clay Finch - 1883
...there seems to have been a charm which made all those who came in contact with her steadfast friends. There was nothing to be gained, and much to be lost, by friendship with her, and bluff King Hal was not a pleasant person to offend ; but in spite of all difficulties...
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A Short History of China: Being an Account for the General Reader of an ...

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1893 - 436 pągines
...experience, it requires some assurance to declare that they have even now accepted the inevitable. That remains the problem of the future; but in 1860...the injured feeling of a nation can ever display. 284 CHAPTER XX. THE TAEPING REBELLION. WE left the Taepings supreme at Nankin, but maintaining themselves...
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Aḥmed Ibn Hạnbal and the Miḥna

Walter Melville Patton - 1897 - 47 pągines
...AI-MaDmun, who had hoped to effect something by political alliance with the cAlyites , found in time that there was nothing to be gained and much to be lost by such an alliance and gave it up, though still friendly to the cAlyite party and favorable to many of...
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A Short History of China: An Account for the General Reader of an Ancient ...

Demetrius Charles Boulger - 1900 - 436 pągines
...that they have even now accepted the inevitable. That remains the problem of the future ; but in 1 860 Prince Kung came to the sensible conclusion that for...of the West. Whatever could be retained by tact and f1nesse were to form part of the natural rights of China ; but the privileges only to be asserted in...
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Deacon Brodie, Or, Behind the Mask

Dick Donovan - 1901 - 258 pągines
...may be supposed, but believing then that her future was to be indissolubly linked with this man's, there was nothing to be gained and much to be lost by opposing him. He had apparently made up his mind to the course he would pursue, and to attempt to divert...
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England Under the Normans and Angevins, 1066-1272

Henry William Carless Davis - 1905 - 577 pągines
...talked among his friends of returning at no distant time with a more efficient army. But for the moment there was nothing to be gained and much to be lost by prolonging his residence in Palestine. On October 9 he set sail from Acre, which he was never destined...
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Looking for Grace

Mrs. Horace Tremlett - 1915 - 308 pągines
...unkind. Either that, or it meant giving up all idea of marrying Bernard — which was absurd. Decidedly there was nothing to be gained, and much to be lost by revealing her secret to the world ; it must be locked in her own heart until such time as Bernard was...
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The Metric System: Hearings Before a Subcommittee... on S. 2267

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Manufactures - 1922 - 439 pągines
...side, however, it is not used. Every time we have considered it we have come to the conclusion that there was nothing to be gained and much to be lost by any adoption of the metric system. That is, it seems to me, particularly significant, because of the...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volum 160

1884
...even now accepted the inevitable. That remains the problem of the future ; but in 1860 Prince Rung came to the sensible conclusion that for that period,...of China, but the privileges only to be asserted in the face of Armstrong guns and rifles were to be abandoned with as good a grace as the injured feeling...
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Life in the Homeric Age

Thomas Day Seymour - 1907
...of my wounds, finding none of them serious, and debated further what was next to be done. Evidently, there was nothing to be gained and much to be lost by remaining here, and the only hope lay in making my way to one or another of the Roman camps. It might...
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