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  • 'You will apprise his Excellency M.. Abercromby, H.M. M.nister at Turin, of your arrival off Genoa, and the nature of your orders, acquainting his Excellency that it is not desirable you should remain longer than may be absolutely necessary for affording due protection to British subjects.

    Charles Philip Yorke, Fourth Earl of Hardwicke, Vice-Admiral R.N.

  • An Italian secretary was absolutely necessary to him, on account of the answers from the senate; one who could write all his despatches, and conduct his affairs, without his giving himself the least trouble about anything; a person who, to the merit of serving him well, could join the baseness of being the toad-eater of his gentlemen, without honor, merit, or principles.

    The Confessions of J J Rousseau

  • This book, indeed, is absolutely necessary to any person who wishes to explore the Morea advantageously; and we hope that Mr. Gell will continue his Itinerary over that and over every other part of Greece.

    Life of Lord Byron

  • The going forth of hundreds of thousands of men from the farm, the work-shop, the factory, the store -- from every field of employment -- to swell the ranks of the army, made it absolutely necessary for women to step into their places in order that the countless wheels of the world's work should not stop.

    Woman's Half-Century of Evolution

  • “Ill-founded accusations tend not only to destroy the confidence absolutely necessary for the conduct of our affairs, but they weaken the effect of those which may at any time be made with justice and truth.”

    Robert Morris

  • He came up (as they all do who have not been in the country before) with some high-flown notions of the sixth form at Harrow or Eton, &c.; but Col. Napier and I set him to rights on those points, which is absolutely necessary to prevent disgust, or perhaps return; but now we can set our shoulders soberly to the wheel, without quarrelling with the mud which may clog it occasionally.

    Life of Lord Byron

  • It seemed thus absolutely necessary to discover some other point of assault; and, as the Federal right beyond the Chickahominy was the only point left, it was determined to attack, if possible, in that quarter.

    A Life of Gen Robert E Lee

  • The British Minister had also drawn Uruguay's attention to Article XVII of the Hague Convention which said that repairs to belligerent warships must be only those absolutely necessary to make her seaworthy and must not add to her fighting efficiency.

    Graf Spee

  • This threat was my ruin, as it suggested the idea that it was not absolutely necessary that Bacle should depart alone.

    The Confessions of J J Rousseau

  • “We are sorry to say that irregularities of Mr. Thomas Morris render it absolutely necessary that some other person should be immediately appointed in his place.”

    Robert Morris


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