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" The object of this confederation is the maintenance of the external and internal safety of Germany, and of the independence and inviolability of the confederated states. "
Germany: The Spirit of Her History, Literature, Social Condition, and ... - Page 48
by Francis Bisset Hawkins - 1838 - 475 lehte
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British and Foreign State Papers

Great Britain. Foreign and Commonwealth Office - 1868
...organic act of the Germanic Confederation defines (Article II) its object as consisting in " preserving the external and internal safety of Germany, and the independence and inviolability of the several German States." Article II of the additional organic Act ot 1820, (" "Wiener Schluss, Acte vorn 15...
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time, 32. köide

Great Britain. Parliament - 1816
...Confederation, which shall be called " The Germanic Confederation." ART. II. The object of this Confederation is the maintenance of the external and internal safety of Germany, and of the indepencjance and inviolability of the confederated States. ART. HI. The Members of the CoDfcdcra....
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The Literary Panorama and National Register

1816
...which shiill be called " the Germanic Confederation." ARTICLE II. The object of this Confederation is the maintenance of the external and internal safety of Germany, and of the independence and inviolubijityof the Confederated State*. ARTICLE III. • The Members of the...
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Historical Letters: Including a Brief But General View of the History of the ...

John B. Colvin - 1821 - 290 lehte
...Germanic confederation was reorganized in 1815 by the treaty of Vienna. Its present declared object is the maintenance of the external and internal safety of Germany, and of the independence and inviolability of the confederated states. The members of the confederation,...
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History of the French revolution, and of the wars resulting from that ...

John James M'Gregor - 1827
...confederation, which shall be called " lhe Germanic Confederation." Art. LIV.—The ohject of this confederation is the maintenance of the external and internal safety of Germany, and ol the independence and inviolahility of the confederated states. Art. LV.—The memhers of the confederation,...
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A grammar of general geography, by J. Goldsmith

Richard Phillips (sir.) - 1834
...called the Germanic Coatederation, consisting of 38 members. Obi. The objects of the Confederation are, the maintenance of the external and internal safety...Germany, and the independence and inviolability of the confederated states. The affairs of the Confederation are confided to a Federative Diet, in which all...
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A universal gazetteer; or, Geographical dictionary of the world

George Thomas Landmann - 1835
...settled at the congress of Vienna in 1ÍÍ15, is by a perpetual confederation, bearing the name of the Germanic Confederation ; the object of which is the maintenance of the external and internal security of Germany, the independence and inviolability of the ronfederaU'd estates. Its affairs are...
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A Universal Gazetteer: Or, Geographical Dictionary. Founded on the Works of ...

George Landmann - 1836 - 743 lehte
...as settled at the congress of Vienna in 1815, is by a perpetual confederation, bearing the name of the Germanic Confederation ; the object of which is the maintenance of the external and internal security of Germany, the independence and inviolability of the confederated estates. Its affairs are...
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System of Universal Geography: Founded on the Works of Malte-Brun and Balbi ...

James Laurie - 1842 - 1063 lehte
...and Danish States will be mentioned under these respective heads. All these States are united into a Confederation, the object of which is the maintenance of the external and internal security of Germany, and the independence and inviolability of the confederated States. By the federal...
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A grammar of general geography, by J. Goldsmith, revised by E. Hughes

Richard Phillips (sir.) - 1851
...to foreign nations, united in a league, called the Germanic Confederation, the objects of which are, the maintenance of the external and internal safety...Germany, and the independence and inviolability of the confederated states. Ols. The affairs of the Confederation are confided to a Federative Diet, in which...
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