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" To set up the acts of the late Administration as the cause of forfeiture of privileges which would otherwise be extended to the people of the United States, would, under existing circumstances, bo unjust in itself, and could not fail to excite their deepest... "
The life and political opinions of Martin Van Buren - Página 337
de William M. Holland - 1835 - 364 páginas
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Journal of a residence and tour in the United States of North ..., Volume 2

Edward Strutt Abdy - 1835
...with her colonies, and finds nothing, in the extension of it to others, to induce her to apply the same rule to us, she will, we hope, be sensible of...the acts of the late administration as the cause of the forfeiture of privileges which would otherwise be extended to -the people of the United States,...
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Speeches and Forensic Arguments, Volume 2

Daniel Webster - 1835
...follows : — " To set up the acts of the late administration as the cause of forfeiture of privilege, which would otherwise be extended to the people of...could not fail to excite their deepest sensibility." So, then, Mr. President, we are reduced, are we, to the poor condition, that we see a Minister of this...
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The political mirror, or, Review of Jacksonism

1835 - 316 páginas
...trade with her colonies, and finds nothing in the extension of it to others to induce her to apply the same rule to us, she will, we hope, be sensible of the propriety of placing her "If," says the patriotic Secretary, "the omission of this Government to accept of the terms proposed,...
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Register of Debates in Congress, Volume 12;Volume 64

1836
...in the extension of it to others .ii induce her to apply the same rule to us, she will, we Hope, he sensible of the propriety of placing her refusal on...of forfeiture of privileges which would otherwise he extended to the people of the United States would he unjust in itself, and could not fail to excite...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising ..., Volume 1;Volume 12;Volume 64

United States. Congress - 1836
...nothing in the extension of it to others 0 induce her to apply the same rule to us, she will, we lope, be sensible of the propriety of placing her refusal on those grounds. To set up the acts of the late adminstration as the cause of forfeiture of privileges which would otherwise be extended to the people...
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The Life and Political Opinions of Martin Van Buren, Vice President of the ...

William M. Holland - 1836 - 372 páginas
...trade with her colonies, and finds nothing in the extension of it to others to induce her to apply the same rule to us, she will, we hope, be sensible of the propriety of placing her refusal on these grounds. To set up the acts of the late administration as the cause of forfeiture of privileges...
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Political sketches of eight years in Washington: in four parts ..., Parte 1

Robert Mayo - 1839 - 216 páginas
...expressed by the only earthly tribunal to which THE LATE ADMINISTRATION WAS AMENABLE FOR ITS ACTS.'—'To set up the acts of the late administration as the...itself, and could not fail to excite their deepest sensibility.'—'The tone of feeling which a course so unwise and untenable is calculated to produce,...
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The Life and Public Services of Henry Clay

Epes Sargent - 1844 - 80 páginas
...of a forfeiture of privileges which would otherwise be * extended^ the people of the United Stutes, would, * under existing circumstances, be unjust in itself, * and could not fail to excite titeir deepest SEhSiBiL* ITY." The parasitical, anti-American spirit displayed throughout these celebrated...
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The Life and Times of Martin Van Buren: The Correspondence of His Friends ...

William Lyon Mackenzie - 1846 - 308 páginas
...separate the administration of Ihe country Irom the country, for, said he, Mr. Van Buren argues that " to set up the acts of the LATE ADMINISTRATION, as the cause of the FORFEITURE op PRIVILEGES which would otherwise be extended to the people of the US, would be unjust,"...
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Speeches and Forensic Arguments, Volume 2

Daniel Webster - 1848
...trade with her colonies, and finds nothing in the extension of it to others to induce her to apply the same rule to us, she will, we hope, be sensible of...which would otherwise be extended to the people of the Umted States, would, under existing circumstances, be unjust in itself, and could not fail to excite...
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