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Edward John Phelps
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Today, I am pleased to address this august General Assembly for the first time as President of the 69th Session. I am deeply humbled and honoured by the trust you have bestowed upon me, and my country Uganda. I am convinced that together we will, as Member States, achieve a lot over the next 12 months in advancing the core values and principles of the United Nations for the betterment of the world and its peoples. Distinguished Colleagues, I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to my predecessor, . John Ashe, who presided over the just concluded 68th session of this Assembly.

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Morley at Edinburgh: Aphorisms: an address delivered before the Edinburgh Philosophical Institution, November 11 1887, p. 3 (Macmillan, 1887). We are told by a Lord of the Admiralty who represents a Sheffield division that it is all over with the old Manchester school, and that we have got into new days. I have nothing to say about the Manchester school except this-that I chanced to write the life of a very important leader of that school. and what did Mr. Cobden say upon this very point? He said:-"I am willing to spend a hundred millions on the fleet if necessary".

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