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lives of american merchants - Page 403
by frerman hunt - 1858
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The Land We Live in: Or, The Story of Our Country

Henry Mann - United States - 1806 - 336 pages
...settlers of Oregon would spread themselves through the whole length of the coast, covering it with free, independent Americans, unconnected with us but by...and enjoying, like us, the rights of selfgovernment. ' ' And yet, for forty years after the treaty which transferred to the United States the possessions...
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Astoria; or, Enterprise beyond the Rocky mountains

Washington Irving - History - 1836 - 780 pages
...government. I considered, as a great public acquisition, the commencement of a settlement on that point of the western coast of America, and looked forward with...and enjoying like us the rights of self-government." The cabinet joined with Mr. Jefferson in warm approbation of the plan, and held out assurance of every...
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The works of Washington Irving, Volume 8

Washington Irving - 1849
...afford. I considered, as a great public acquisition, the commencement of a settlement on that point of the western coast of America, and looked forward with...and enjoying like us the rights of self-government." The cabinet joined with Mr. Jefferson in warm approbation of the plan, and held out assurance of every...
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Works, Volume 8

Washington Irving - 1851
...afford. I considered, as a great public acquisition, the commencement of a settlement on that point of the western coast of America, and looked forward with...and enjoying like us the rights of self-government." The cabinet joined with Mr. Jefferson in warm approbation of the plan, and held out assurance of every...
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The works of Washington Irving, Volume 8

Washington Irving - Biography & Autobiography - 1851
...through the whole length of that coast, covering it with free and independent Americans, uucon. nected with us but by the ties of blood and interest, and enjoying like us the rights of self-government." The cabinet joined with Mr. Jefferson in warm approbation of the plan, and held out assurance of every...
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Astoria, Or, Ancedotes of an Enterprise Beyond the Rocky Mountains

Washington Irving - Astoria (Or.) - 1851 - 519 pages
...through the whole length of that coast, covering it with free and independent Americans, unconI . nected with us but by the ties of blood and interest, and...enjoying < like us the rights of self-government." The cabinet joined with Mr. Jefferson in -warm approbation of the plan, and held out assurance of every...
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Addresses and Speeches on Various Occasions: 1835-1851

Robert Charles Winthrop - United States - 1852
... " I considered as a great public acquisition the commencement of a settlement on that point of the Western coast of America, and looked forward with...and enjoying like us the rights of selfgovernment." These are antiquated opinions, I shall be told, which the young Democracy cannot recognize. Railroads...
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ADDRESSES AND SPEECHES

ROBERT C. WINTHROP - 1852
... " I considered as a great public acquisition the commencement of a settlement on that point of the Western coast of America, and looked forward with...and enjoying like us the rights of selfgovernment." These are antiquated opinions, I shall be told, which the young Democracy cannot recognize. Railroads...
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Addresses and speeches on various occasions, Volume 1

Robert Charles Winthrop - United States - 1852
...through the whole length of that coast, covering it witb free and independent Americans, uncounected with us but by the ties of blood and interest, and enjoying like us the rights of selfgovernment." These are antiquated opinions, I shall be told, which the young Democracy cannot recognize. Railroads...
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Addresses and Speeches on Various Occasions: 1835-1851

Robert Charles Winthrop - United States - 1852
...the whole length of that coast, covering it with frco and independent Americans, unconnected with as but by the ties of blood and interest, and enjoying like us the rights of selfgovernment." These are antiquated opinions, I shall be told, which the young Democracy cannot recognize. Railroads...
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