Papers Relating to the Third Instalment of the Greek Loan; 1835, 1836. Papers ... Presented to the House of Commons by Command of His Majesty, July, 1836 Volume 1

Papers Relating to the Third Instalment of the Greek Loan; 1835, 1836. Papers ... Presented to the House of Commons by Command of His Majesty, July, 1836 Volume 1

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1836 edition. Excerpt: ...have entered into, and deprive Greece of the means of extricating herself. from her difliculties, they will subject themselves to the reproach of having undone their own work at the very moment when their labours were about to be crowned with success... His Majesty's Government do not choose to expose themselves to this reproach; but they are anxious to learn at the earliest possible period the decision of the Russian Cabinet, in order that they may know how to regulate their own course. The Undersigned &c. (Signed) PALMERSTON. His Excellency Count Pozzo di Borgo, Syc. Sgc. 8yc. No. 19. Viscount Palmerston to the Earl of Durham. (Exg-ac1;_) Foreign Oflice, June 14, 1836. I TRANSMIT, for your Excellency's information, a copy of a note which_I have addressed to Count Pozzo di Borgo, in reply to M. de Catachasi s proposition on the subject of the third instalment of the Greek loan. _ It is to be remarked that this proposition is the only answer which has yet been given to the letter which I addressed to Count Pozzo di Rorgo on the subject of the loan on the 18th of April, and of which I transmitted to your Excellency a copy in my despatcli of that day. _ _ _ His Majesty's Government is unwilling to believe that the Russian Cabinet former than the latter result. E _ E 21.5% For some months past the Russian Ambassador at this Court gave out that his Government would guarantee no more of the loan, until King Otho had renounced his claims to the Crown of Bavaria; we contended that the renunciation was necessary; but that it could not properly be coupled with the loan: That the twelfth Article of the Treaty of 1832 specified the conditions on which the guarantee was to be given, and that the renunciation was not one of those...show more

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