1837_George Cochrane – ‘Wanderings in Greece’, Pg. 198

The English party, whose interest it is that Greece should
become a great and powerful state, with a free constitution, and
in which capacity she might be employed as a most powerful
weapon against Russian aggrandizement. Should Greece become
a great state, of course it will in some degree assist in preventing
Russia from getting dominion in the Mediterranean; and should
it become a liberal state, with a free press, its papers, spread over
its own territory, will communicate with its neighbours, the
Macedonians, thence to the Bulgarians, thence to the
Wallachians and Moldavians, principalities dependent on and
bordering upon the Russian states.

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