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Frasi con fleet (in inglese)

1. It was not fleet of foot.
2. A star Fleet Officer was.
3. Raid on the Whaling Fleet.
4. Only the most fleet of foot.
5. But so was the British fleet.
6. The fleet departed on schedule.
7. We have six vans in the fleet.

8. They had sent the entire fleet.
9. They even contacted Star Fleet.
10. Inform Star Fleet that Captain.
11. Love is a fleet footed creature.
12. Her parents were Fleet, and had.
13. The Fleet was eventually covered.
14. Pacific Fleet on December 7, 1941.
15. My fleet will be right behind you.
16. Undine, contact Star Fleet Command.
17. That’s two Star Fleet ships.
18. You made it to Star Fleet Academy.
19. The fleet was at the gates of Branga.
20. Sorry, Star Fleet, Torres said.
21. Intel Wing contradicting the Fleet.
22. The size of his fleet now amounted.
23. A fleet of jets waited on his orders.
24. The enemy fleet pulled back even more.
25. Command bomber of the 11th Air Fleet.
26. I took a small fleet to the planet.
27. I do not know how to command a fleet.
28. Neither of the Fleet men was placated.
29. Don't splash out on a fancy car fleet.
30. The entire Orlandian fleet was though.
31. They’re in a band called Star Fleet.
32. In the case of Emma Fleet, Dr George C.
33. He built a fleet upon the Sea of Reeds.
34. Whole fleet of them at the White House.
35. Star Fleet and the Federation President.
36. Maybe even save your Star Fleet career.
37. In another future, he leaves Star Fleet.
38. There is something wrong with the Fleet.
39. The Dedov fleet had transported 60,000.
40. He was the youngest driver in the fleet.
41. We had five boats remaining in our fleet.
42. But the Warrior fleet never got there.
43. In 1625 he destroyed the Dutch fleet off.
44. You're not to wait for the salvage fleet.
45. The Fort Worth fleet manager lost his job.
46. If I’m not mistaken, she’s Star Fleet.
47. It was the Crusader and her support fleet.
48. One day the Houston fleet manager called me.
49. For a moment, Yamamoto feared for his fleet.
50. Was he wearing a Star Fleet uniform?
51. Outside the station, the third fleet arrived.
52. He was fleet, as if with wings upon his feet.
53. President? Star Fleet? Brittany asked him.
54. For that purpose, he assembled a fleet of 17.
55. What is this? A Star Fleet convention?
56. However, the fleet did not return immediately.
57. Now, he was truly dead, at least to Star Fleet.
58. Only, Star Fleet has advised me against it.
59. Behind the car, a fleet of other funeral cars.
60. The Riaz, their invasion fleet is on the way.
61. Star Fleet is about team work, and I had a.
62. Image of a marine fleet appeared on its screen.
63. I guess I still have lots to learn about Fleet.
64. Your fleet was entirely made up of small ships.
65. That will be the new tidings of the black fleet.
66. I'd have a fleet of airships under my command.
67. His clothes were definitely not Star Fleet issue.
68. For, to begin with, Emma Fleet resembled a couch.
69. Allow me to signal Axel and his fleet of fliers.
70. You said they had a decent sized fishing fleet.
71. I can’t be in Star Fleet while in this host.
72. The entire fleet seemed to be aflame and sinking.
73. All came close to have view of Marine Queen Fleet.
74. The fleet was in town, the trains full of sailors.
75. Sometimes they had sources that Fleet over looked.
76. When all parties are satisfied, the fleet departs.
77. If Japan's fleet were destroyed by a pre-emptive U.
78. No one had challenged such a fleet in two decades.
79. But Star Fleet and the Federation doesn’t know.
80. There was not an officer in the fleet to touch him.
81. When he got there, a French fleet was on the coast.
82. A fleet of Spanish ships came sailing to the rescue.
83. Their fleet now only consisted of fifty-four ships.
84. Star Fleet Ops, only to find that they had departed.
85. Continuous fire at maximum power on the Morg fleet.
86. He wanted the fleet to be the centre piece of the.
87. The P A F space fleet had been completely destroyed.
88. If the fleet is in, it could be a few dozen ships.
89. That’s a lot harder to do for a fleet commander.
90. He had then notified Star Fleet that he was going in.
91. We can not allow Star Fleet technology to fall into.
92. In another pile was a pair of Star Fleet issue boots.
93. That one Borg ship nearly decimated the entire fleet.
94. There is a Swordsman fleet headed in this direction.
95. Give us but a respectable fleet, and it is all we ask.
96. The rest of the fleet was waiting motionless in orbit.
97. The remainder of the pirate fleet split into sections.
98. But, if he did, Summers would report that to the Fleet.
99. It seems the Silver Fleet has not crashed after all.
100. Jamil asked his members to have a close up of the fleet.
1. The fleeting memory was gone.
2. It was but a fleeting thought.
3. It's our love that is fleeting.
4. With a fleeting glimpse, Cloud.
5. And in a fleeting moment learned.
6. For a fleeting of all his muscles.
7. That means getting into Fleeting.
8. For a fleeting moment he saw, in.
9. My joy in youth was fleeting e'en.
10. However, the fleeting reminder of.
11. The happiness of the dream is fleeting.
12. And it also felt fleeting and temporary.
13. They only heard it for a fleeting moment.
14. It’s only a fleeting , temporary demise.
15. But Edwin’s sense of relief was fleeting.
16. The date, his fleeting years how long—.
17. They arrived at Fleeting Image about ten.
18. I’d had the same fleeting sensation then.
19. A gleam of sun through fleeting clouds fell.
20. I gave one last fleeting glance at the other.
21. The fleeting moment had passed, beyond recall.
22. But it was real, and escapism is fleeting at best.
23. A fleeting thought shot through his brain…was.
24. It's not a fleeting state of consciousness, it's.
25. He had only closed his eyes for a fleeting moment.
26. Can a subconscious fleeting thought be nurtured as.
27. Suddenly, he saw a fleeting image of her in his mind.
28. Although it would only usually have been a fleeting.
29. Ignorance could only ever be the most fleeting bliss.
30. For a moment, a fleeting instant, a being of absolute.
31. Between those fleeting spaces of time, much had changed.
32. She spared a fleeting wistful thought for the naughty red.
33. There was one fleeting moment after dark, when the forest.
34. In such a scene none had leisure to note the fleeting moments.
35. It will have been a fleeting moment of existence that in the.
36. That was a fleeting moment, but it was real – it did happen.
37. Also, divergence is often a temporary and fleeting condition.
38. I catch a fleeting glimpse of the many magical moments to come.
39. We should plan to move on Fleeting Image in about a week’s.
40. With one fleeting glance at Hope, she threw herself under the.
41. For had I lingered a fleeting while, what of the Road of Years?
42. With that he translated to the sixteenth floor of Fleeting Image.
43. The mission at Fleeting Image was going ahead as planned and a.
44. It was only a fleeting glimmer, but its effect was indescribable.
45. Some try to fill this void solely through fleeting human relations.
46. He tried to see the face of Haakon as a child, the last, fleeting.
47. George C Scott that said battle glory is fleeting? Garcia asked.
48. We believe that Fleeting Image is being used as a cover for some.
49. What now? said Tifa, her large brown eyes showing a fleeting.
50. Hope is fleeting in her sinking heart, but she still waits for him.
51. The image is fleeting, and it could be my imagination, not a memory.
52. I can see the shadow of a smile cross his lips, but it’s fleeting.
53. For a fleeting moment, I feel like I really did something important.
54. For a fleeting moment his anger focused on the words it’s a boy.
55. Otherwise it would turn out to be just another fleeting relationship.
56. She finally caught up with the fleeting Alex and yanked her backwards.
57. Ego-gratification is fleeting: it is an empty reward, a temporary high.
58. So the sense of wonder is usually experienced only as a fleeting thing.
59. As for these: they love the fleeting life, and leave behind a Heavy Day.
60. After the initial fleeting itching, it will disappear without treatment.
61. Scarlett caught a fleeting glimpse and saw that it was a broad gold ring.
62. For a fleeting moment, he wished that it was just Kelly out in the yard.
63. He knew the value of an audience, did Rob, and how fleeting its applause.
64. But these fleeting skirmishes were as nothing compared to what came next.
65. Now that she could catch fleeting glimpses of the sun, her spirits soared.
66. For a fleeting instant a bronze door was in line with Conan's moving body.
67. The image was so fleeting she wondered if it were merely a product of her.
68. For a fleeting moment, he focused on a blue star in the early morning sky.
69. When the lift doors opened at the fourteenth floor of the Fleeting Image Ad.
70. I’m sorry, he mutters and a fleeting troubled look crosses his face.
71. It turned out to be McGregor from Fleeting Image, you know, where I work.
72. Shatov stole a fleeting, momentary glance at her, but dropped his eyes again.
73. Miniscule redemption scratches through the sky, fleeting confirmation of the.
74. These are fleeting ghostly shadows that play on the screen of our perception.
75. They exist as fleeting undertones or overtones of energy inside a 12 totality.
76. He looked at the ground reflectively with a fleeting sadness worn on his face.
77. He wanted to be alive and in her presence rather than simply a fleeting memory.
78. Not a sound came from the thick blubbery lips that flew wide in fleeting agony.
79. She looked at her feather mask for a few fleeting minutes before placing it on.
80. It sounds something too commercial for so fragile and fleeting a thing as love.
81. This can never be, for those things are fleeting and of no ultimate consequence.
82. Fleeting images in her still foggy mind, images that became steadily more clear.
83. He made his way on foot to the building that housed Fleeting Image and took the.
84. His mouth moved down with fleeting kisses to my stomach and lower, and I took a.
85. But the relief would be most fleeting as the line of conversation took a new turn.
86. And then she was on top of him and he was experiencing an array of fleeting, but.
87. Cut off forever, for the worthless enjoyments of a few fleeting carnal pleasures.
88. The scene in the foyer of the office block that housed Fleeting Image was chaotic.
89. Later that evening on the sixteenth floor of Fleeting Image, the Devil’s eldest.
90. The Commodore spotted the fleeting thought and stepped back, her eyes wide in fear.
91. Dark eyes, lightly tanned skin, short, dark hair, and an occasional fleeting smile.
92. Nikko had a fleeting glimpse of himself in his mother’s arms sitting at the table.
93. This one rarely communicates with fleeting beings, but the organized sounds amused.
94. In the use of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) fleeting particles of antimatter i.
95. Ben's relationships with women in the past had always been fleeting and noncommittal.
96. It would seem that Sygoss is somewhat concerned about us fleeting species after all.
97. Expecting further instructions, when nothing happened, fleeting glances queried what.
98. Visitors, especially on chillier and stormier days like this, were rare and fleeting.
99. The sage started, and bent his head aside, as if to catch the fleeting sounds of some.
100. Nothing but the love, pain, misery, torture, fleeting memories of the pale blue Earth.
1. Another day of hiding and a night of journey had fleeted by.
2. The vision of the ejection seat exploding Donny Higgens into crushed oblivion fleeted behind Court's eyes.
3. Lydgate, certain that his patient wished to be alone, soon left him; and the black figure with hands behind and head bent forward continued to pace the walk where the dark yew-trees gave him a mute companionship in melancholy, and the little shadows of bird or leaf that fleeted across the isles of sunlight, stole along in silence as in the presence of a sorrow.
1. We have two more fleets arriving.
2. Long live France, Russia, their fleets, and their armies.
3. They're crack assault troops stationed with Russian fleets.
4. Orion Metals is too cheap to properly protect their fleets.
5. The two fleets finally met off the coast of Jutland in Denmark.
6. One ship versus 108 fleets of war ships is not a very good fight.
7. In the meantime, the rest of our fleets need to be notified of.
8. With all her fleets she is destined soon to lose her independence.
9. The Stygians did not base their glory and power upon ships and fleets.
10. The captain reports that he�s observed both fleets on their way out.
11. Are there any fleets nearby that you can call on for help? I asked.
12. American fleets were always shadowed by these suspicious fishing boats.
13. A few seconds later, the bulk of both fleets were in range of one another.
14. The admiral had left him in command of all three fleets until his return.
15. This I will prove by reference to the distribution of her fleets in 1801.
16. All the space fleets would be heading back to their respective homeworlds.
17. The Swordsman carrier ships deployed their fleets of small ships unhindered.
18. His fleets of purple-sailed war galleys had made Vilayet an Hyrkanian lake.
19. The fleets of Great Britain now sail triumphant over every wave of the deep.
20. He obviously thinks that our great battle fleets will be rendered impotent.
21. We’ll rendezvous with our collected fleets where the current waters start.
22. Saturn provided most of the warships in both the Federation and Swordsman fleets.
23. Back to the fleets of Fralgoth! I screamed, as if leading a charge into battle.
24. Still England will have owed to her fleets her redemption from invasion for ages past.
25. Fleets and armies are maintained, not with gold and silver, but with consumable goods.
26. Why did the Dutch in De Witt's time have admirals of their whaling fleets? Why did Louis XVI.
27. But the kind of folks that are crew members in luxury fleets are not great independent thinkers.
28. The persons employed in the finances, fleets, and magistracy, are instances of this order of men.
29. The captain had moved the fleets so that they completely surrounded the enemy in a sphere of death.
30. They were supported by entire fleets of small and medium class ships as well as convoys of freighters.
31. The carriers were lightly armored and depended on their fleets and their lasers to keep harm well away from them.
32. In comparison, Paccar’s competitors sell to large truck-leasing businesses or customers that operate large fleets.
33. The expense of those fleets has crushed the industry of her subjects, and must soon reduce her to national bankruptcy.
34. There are other security service fleets out there and the future will be determined by who they choose for their allies.
35. The Swordsmen and P A F must have known with enough time to redeploy fleets from their previous missions to intercept you.
36. Then Rex turned his gaze toward the gallant white fleets that nearly blinded him with their reflection of the nearby star.
37. The seven of us stood there floating in the hard vacuum and looked around to see what was left of the three fleets arrayed around us.
38. Even with the containers, entire fleets of interceptors were able to leave their bases and Rachel prepared her group for the attack.
39. Well, two complete fleets, what was left of the first one, and a dozen or so ships forced into service from various dominated worlds.
40. With whole fleets at her fingertips what could possibly be a danger to her? And why did she choose to contact him? He couldn't help her.
41. Two green Martian communities had been wiped off the face of Barsoom by the avenging fleets, but no trace of Dejah Thoris had been found.
42. Recognizing the trouble their allies were in, the two convoy ships entered the fray against the carriers and their fleets of small ships.
43. It seemed to go on for miles, requiring hundreds of high-intensity cables distributing the weight between 79 complete fleets of war-ships.
44. Denmark was at one time the mistress of the ocean; by means of her fleets she often invaded England, and held her in a state of subjection.
45. These fleets consisted mostly of the Legion’s elegant Valorian cruisers, which were usually fitted with SKAR cannons in order to quickly.
46. But after a time these hunters came out of the woods in little, careful groups; then bands formed, and then whole fleets of eight or ten vessels.
47. Her fleets cannot then rendezvous at Halifax as now, and having no place of resort in the North, cannot infest our coast as they have lately done.
48. These events prove that cruisers and privateers, to cut up commerce, and not fleets to fight battles, are the true American means of naval warfare.
49. There have been several accounts of battles where short jumps were successfully used by P I ships to attack and defeat entire fleets of pirate vessels.
50. Thus, they plunder’d the Treasure Fleets of Gold, Damask, Indigo, and Luxuries of ev’ry kind, whilst the Spaniards were helpless to prevent their Raids.
51. It had cut to pieces the Terran fleets sent to both Mars and Callisto, in the Jovian system, then had destroyed the main ISF bases and headquarters on Earth.
52. However, the enemy’s numerical advantage was too great and, despite causing the Morgs huge losses, our fleets were either destroyed one by one or had to withdraw.
53. It is not always necessary to accumulate gold and silver, in order to enable a country to carry on foreign wars, and to maintain fleets and armies in distant countries.
54. Besides these anonymous coins there were others coined in Cilicia bearing the names of satraps, who were the envoys of the great king to raise armies and equip fleets.
55. Soon there would be ships on both sides of the city and that would be a good thing as the energy blasts from the towers would have to be diverted between the two fleets.
56. Their rights neglected, their burdens increased, and their happiness destroyed, while their fleets and external grandeur carried astonishment and terror to distant nations.
57. As I pointed out the window, seconds after Rip made his losing wager, many giant-metal claws were being positioned against the board by an additional 20 fleets of war-ships.
58. Suppose the fleets, both of France and Great Britain, should block up the Narrows, so that to pass them would be physically impossible, in the relative state of our naval force.
59. Indeed, he should consider it as madness in the extreme in this Government to attempt to provide a Navy capable to cope with the fleets of Great Britain, wherever they might be met.
60. Well, within a couple of hours, that teenage girl cooked up an air attack plan and then implemented it, flying herself many missions afterwards against the Japanese invasion fleets.
61. They fear that our fleets will cover the ocean, and seeking victory on all the opposite shores of the Atlantic, involve the nation in oppressive expenses, and in wanton and habitual wars.
62. We are liege subjects of the catholic chivalry of Europe that foundered at Trafalgar and of the empire of the spirit, not an imperium, that went under with the Athenian fleets at Aegospotami.
63. But none of that explained why the Fifth Fleet seemed so bent on being the ones to re-capture Raidan rather than opening up the operation more widely for other fleets and Intel Wing to assist.
64. A short time after Athens had found safety in her wooden walls, one of her statesmen proposed she should burn the fleets of her neighbors, that she might thereby be rendered mistress of Greece.
65. But it is otherwise, they think, with countries which have connections with foreign nations, and which are obliged to carry on foreign wars, and to maintain fleets and armies in distant countries.
66. Fleets of vessels are despatched, at great expense, to collect the dung of petrels and penguins at the South Pole, and the incalculable element of opulence which we have on hand, we send to the sea.
67. To take them by the northern route round Scotland, which had proved a grave for the Bismarck, would subject them to enemy air power operating from land plus the superior Anglo-American battle fleets.
68. If he could believe the reports from the other army air fleets involved with the Philippines campaign and those of the navy air units in Formosa, his fleet had not been the only one to suffer heavily.
69. So it was essential to hurry and empty the galleons before the allied fleets arrived, and there would have been ample time for this unloading, if a wretched question of trade agreements hadn't suddenly come up.
70. Who has not heard of the once formidable fleets of Venice and Genoa? At one time England was indebted to the latter for officers to command her ships of war—alas! these republics are now consigned to oblivion.
71. So they lodged a complaint in Madrid, and they obtained an order from the indecisive King Philip V: without unloading, the convoy would stay in custody at the offshore mooring of Vigo until the enemy fleets had retreated.
72. The reasons which forbid Great Britain, or any other European power, to station large fleets on our seas, will equally forbid us to cross the Atlantic, or go into distant seas, for the purpose of frequent or habitual wars.
73. These fleets of National trading vessels will carry the surplus stocks I have mentioned, to foreign countries, and will there sell or exchange them for some of the products of those countries, things that we do not produce ourselves.
74. They themselves, on the contrary, have hitherto been defended almost entirely at the expense of the mother country ; but the expense of fleets and armies is out of all proportion greater than the necessary expense of civil government.
75. The truth was that the damage to the city was astronomical considering the antiquated technology that they had been attacked with, but the enemy fleets had pressed the attack courageously and the continued shelling was beginning to pay off.
76. In the first place, such a force as would be capable of contending with that which any other nation is able to bring on the ocean—a force that, boldly scouring every sea, would challenge to combat the fleets of other powers, however great.
77. Hundreds of international reporters with notepads and cameras crowded the opposite bank; a short distance away fleets of automobiles stood ready to rush them to the finish line so they could witness both the start and the finish of each heat.
78. You do not have to worry about all of the American fleets around the world upholding their orders to support all the dictators in the world and oppress all the billions of powerless dispossessed poor so you can but gas cheaper than anywhere else on earth.
79. Look at France, separated from her enemy by a narrow channel, without vessels to meet the fleets of England on the water, and still she is unable to burn the seaport towns of France or invade the French territories, or in any way to make an impression upon her.
80. Such are the people who compose a numerous and splendid court, a great ecclesiastical establishment, great fleets and armies, who in time of peace produce nothing, and in time of war acquire nothing which can compensate the expense of maintaining them, even while the war lasts.
81. In great empires, the people who live in the capital, and in the provinces remote from the scene of action, feel, many of them, scarce any inconveniency from the war, but enjoy, at their ease, the amusement of reading in the newspapers the exploits of their own fleets and armies.
82. Socialists say that the community should undertake and organize the business of producing and distributing all these things; that the State should be the only employer of labour and should own all the factories, mills, mines, farms, railways, fishing fleets, sheep farms, poultry farms and cattle ranches.
83. Although it was declared that the Orders in Council were retaliatory on France for her decrees, it was also declared, and in the orders themselves, that, owing to the superiority of the British navy, by which the fleets of France and her allies were confined within their own ports, the French decrees were considered only as empty threats.
84. In a state of hostility, it may enable our enemies to maintain fleets and armies superior to our own; but in a state of peace and commerce it must likewise enable them to exchange with us to a greater value, and to afford a better market, either for the immediate produce of our own industry, or for whatever is purchased with that produce.
85. So, as it is easier for me to imitate him in this than in cleaving giants asunder, cutting off serpents' heads, slaying dragons, routing armies, destroying fleets, and breaking enchantments, and as this place is so well suited for a similar purpose, I must not allow the opportunity to escape which now so conveniently offers me its forelock.
86. But, whilst Venice has lost her independence, after maintaining it for five or six centuries, may I ask my honorable friend whether the States of Italy, which were never oppressed by fleets, had enjoyed a longer term of prosperity and freedom? As to Genoa—her naval power, her independence and glory, rose and sunk with the same man—Doria.
87. Here is a world force which expresses itself on land and sea, and in the heaven above; which has built itself an abode that is the wonder of man; which bids fleets go forth, transports armies, and commands in foreign senates; which restrains kings in their wrath; which feeds the peasant on the banks of the Gloire, and clothes the coolie toiling in the rice fields of Honan.
88. How long, prior to the year of our Lord 1775, this great whaling house was in existence, my numerous fish-documents do not make plain; but in that year (1775) it fitted out the first English ships that ever regularly hunted the Sperm Whale; though for some score of years previous (ever since 1726) our valiant Coffins and Maceys of Nantucket and the Vineyard had in large fleets pursued that Leviathan, but only in the North and South Atlantic: not elsewhere.
89. Nor is it, altogether, the remembrance of her cathedral-toppling earthquakes; nor the stampedoes of her frantic seas; nor the tearlessness of arid skies that never rain; nor the sight of her wide field of leaning spires, wrenched cope-stones, and crosses all adroop (like canted yards of anchored fleets); and her suburban avenues of house-walls lying over upon each other, as a tossed pack of cards;—it is not these things alone which make tearless Lima, the strangest, saddest city thou can'st see.
90. We behold our vessels, freighted with the products of our soil and industry, or returning with the honest proceeds of them, wrested from their lawful destinations, confiscated by prize courts, no longer the organs of public law, but the instruments of arbitrary edicts, and their unfortunate crews dispersed and lost, or forced, or inveigled in British ports into British fleets, whilst arguments are employed in support of these aggressions, which have no foundation but in a principle equally supporting a claim to regulate our external commerce in all cases whatsoever.
91. To come to later times—what number had Bonaparte, when, deserting his companions in arms, he returned a solitary fugitive from Egypt, to overturn that Government, which if it had possessed one particle of energy, if it had been possible for the civil authority to cope with military power, would have cashiered him for having ruined one of the best-appointed fleets and armies that ever sailed from a European port? Well might the father of political wisdom (Lord Chatham) say to the Parliament of England, entrench yourselves in parchment to the teeth, the sword will find a passage to the vitals of the constitution.
92. In the Revolutionary war how did England stand—how her islands? For several years she was at war with America, with Holland, with Spain, with France, whose fleets in the East and West Indies were often equal, sometimes superior to her own, and an armed neutrality in the North—during this period a French fleet blockaded the Chesapeake, and aided the capture of Cornwallis, and threatened the British islands—but how was this conflict with the world sustained? Were the islands starved during these years? did they fall? No, sir; the British nation braved the storm, and was only conquered by her sons—America was victorious and independent; but Europe retired discomfited.
93. Sometimes I rambled to pine groves, standing like temples, or like fleets at sea, full-rigged, with wavy boughs, and rippling with light, so soft and green and shady that the Druids would have forsaken their oaks to worship in them; or to the cedar wood beyond Flint's Pond, where the trees, covered with hoary blue berries, spiring higher and higher, are fit to stand before Valhalla, and the creeping juniper covers the ground with wreaths full of fruit; or to swamps where the usnea lichen hangs in festoons from the white spruce trees, and toadstools, round tables of the swamp gods, cover the ground, and more beautiful fungi adorn the stumps, like butterflies or shells, vegetable winkles; where the swamp-pink and dogwood grow, the red alderberry glows like eyes of imps, the waxwork grooves and crushes the hardest woods in its folds, and the wild holly berries make the beholder forget his home with their beauty, and he is dazzled and tempted by nameless other wild forbidden fruits, too fair for mortal taste.
94. Is there a man within these walls, who does not now believe (as was fully predicted when the law passed) that the conditions held out to the two great belligerents, to induce them to repeal their obnoxious edicts, violating the neutral commerce of the United States, placed the execution of our law in the hands of a foreign Government? Is there a man of ordinary capacity in the United States, having the means of information, who now believes that the Berlin and Milan decrees were repealed on the 1st of November, 1810, according to the proclamation of the President of the United States, solemnly announcing that fact; and that they thenceforward ceased to violate our neutral commerce? Does not candor constrain all to confess that, long after the pretended repeal of the aforesaid decrees, our commerce was harassed in every sea where French cruisers could reach it? Need I point you to the piratical seizures and burning of American property in the Baltic, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic seas, by the privateers and fleets of the French Empire; subsequent to this pretended repeal, and sanctioned expressly by its authority? If all other evidence should be deemed insufficient, I inquire whether the French Emperor himself has not sufficiently humbled this country (if indeed our cup of humiliation had not been full before) by his own formal antedated repeal of his Berlin and Milan decrees, long subsequent to the time imposed on the President by the Duke of Cadore?

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