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" To regulate its conduct so as to promote equally the prosperity of these three cardinal interests is one of the most difficult tasks of Government; and it may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations... "
A History of American Manufactures from 1608 to 1860: Exhibiting the Origin ... - Page 340
by James Leander Bishop, Edwin Troxell Freedley, Edward Young - 1864
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Journal: 1st-13th Congress . Repr. 14th Congress, 1st Session - 50th ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1829
...may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations, could not by common consent be abolished; and commerce...nations; and are therefore compelled to adapt our own to then* regulations, in the manner best calculated to avoid serious injury, and to harmonize the conflicting...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising the Leading Debates and ...

United States. Congress, Joseph Gales, William Winston Seaton - United States - 1830
..."It may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations could not, by common consent, be abolished, .and commerce...are, therefore, compelled to adapt our own to their regula. tions, in the manner best calculated to avoid serious injury, and to harmonize the conflicting...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising the Leading Debates and ...

United States. Congress, Joseph Gales, William Winston Seaton - United States - 1830
..."It may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations ho had an idea of surrendering the navigation of that...said, "they had no idea of absolutely alienating it: regula, tions, in the manner best calculated to avoid serious injury, and to harmonize the conflicting...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 71

History - 1830
...be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations conld not, by common consent, be abolished, and commerce...— always its surest guide — might direct it. But \vc must ever exp«ct selfish legislation in other nations, and are, therefore, compelled to adapt...
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A universal history of the United States of America: embracing the whole ...

C. B. Taylor - History - 1834 - 540 pages
...may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations, could not, by common consent, be abolished, and commerce...enterprise, always its surest guide, might direct. But we must ever expect selfish legislation in other nations, and are therefore compelled to adapt...
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Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising the Leading ..., Volume 8; Volume 53

United States. Congress, Joseph Gales, William Winston Seaton - Law - 1833
...beg to be indulged while I read an extract or two from each of them: Message of Sth December, 1829. " We must ever expect selfish legislation in other nations;...compelled to adapt our own to their regulations, in a manner best calculated to avoid serious injury, and to harmonize the conflicting interests of our...
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Biography of Andrew Jackson: President of the United States, formerly major ...

Philo Ashley Goodwin - 1833 - 456 pages
...may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations, could not by common consent be abolished, and commerce...allowed to flow in those channels to which individual enterprise—always its surest guide—might direct it. But we must ever expect selfish legislation...
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Messages of Gen. Andrew Jackson: With a Short Sketch of His Life

United States. President (1829-1837 : Jackson) - United States - 1837 - 429 pages
...may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations, could not by common consent be abolished ; and commerce...must ever expect selfish legislation in other nations ; ani are therefore compelled to adapt our own to their regmations, in the manner best calculated to...
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Messages of Gen. Andrew Jackson: with a short sketch of his life

Andrew Jackson, John F. Brown, William White - 1837 - 429 pages
...may be regretted that the complicated restrictions which now embarrass the intercourse of nations, could not by common consent be abolished ; and commerce...allowed to flow in those channels to which individual enterprise—always its surest guide—might direct it. But we must ever expect selfish legislation...
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History of the Federal Governemnt, for Fifty Years: from ... 1789, to ... 1839

Alden Bradford - 1840 - 480 pages
...embarrass the intercourse of nations, could not, by common consent, be abolished ; and commerce be allowed to flow in those channels to which individual...our agriculture, our commerce, and our manufactures. With these impressions, the attention of Congress is invited to the existing tariff, in the belief...
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