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Greece, during the same period, for whose pacification the powers of Europe had laboured so long, was a scene of violence and war.
Nevertheless, by accepting North's resolution parliament showed a desire for pacification.
Others were for an embassy to Scipio to obtain a truce and discuss with him the terms of a pacification and treaty.
At first, all who were present felt very sanguine that the pacification was about to be accomplished.
Any other instruments seemed better adapted for a treaty of pacification.
There are in some of the papers hints of a plan of pacification, which is said to come from the Rockingham party.
The Edict of Pacification had made provision for the worship of the Huguenots in but a small number of places through the kingdom.
"La paix fourre," Soulier, Histoire des dits de pacification, 73.
Until he could accomplish this, nothing was done toward the pacification of the Territory.
The Pacification of Ghent was broken at the opening of 1579 by the secession of the Walloon provinces of the southern border.

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