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In the first place, the expatriation issue wasn't decided until that time.
He trusted the rights of man would not be thus infringed, but that they should allow the right of expatriation unclogged.
I was brought to trial, found guilty of manslaughter, and sentenced to seven years' expatriation.
He is ordered to Homburg, and I know that the expatriation will entail a loss of nearly £50 a week upon him just at present.
It declared any "scheme of expatriation" to be "delusive, cruel, and dangerous."
The Mohammedan slave trade meant the expatriation or forcible migration in Africa of nearly as many more.
Will she herself consent to expatriation and the parting from her sister and yourself?
Other attempts at expatriation were subsequently and successfully made.
Gentlemen advocating these clauses, say they would not allow of expatriation in time of war.
Now, as I have intimated, these expatriation cases have all been decided on their individual merits.
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