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" HAMILTON'S blood, the voice of impending judgment, calls for a remedy. At this hour, Heaven's high reproof is sounding from Maine to Georgia, and from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi. "
PRINCIPLES OF SOCIAL SCIENCE - Page 209
by H.C. CAREY - 1858
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1805
...nient calls for a remedy. At this hour heaven's high reproof is sounding from Maine to Georgia, and from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi. If we refuse obedience, every drop of blood spilled in single combat, will lie at our door, and will...
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An Illustration of the Principles of Elocution ...

William Brittingham Lacey - Elocution - 1828 - 300 pages
...judgment, calls for a remedy. At this hour Heaven's high reproof is sounding from Maine to Georgia, and from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi. If we refuse obedience, every drop of blood spilled in single combat, will lie at our door, and will...
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The elocutionist: consisting of declamations and readings in prose and ...

Jonathan Barber - Oratory - 1836 - 392 pages
...judgment, calls for a remedy. At this hour heaven's high reproof is sounding from Maine to Georgia, and from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi. If we refuse obedience, every drop of blood spilled in single combat will lie at our door, and will...
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Report of the Presbyterian church case: The commonwealth of Pennsylvania, at ...

Samuel Miller, Pennsylvania. Supreme Court - Trials - 1839 - 596 pages
...of this land, would call forth from your own State an universal acclamation of joy and thanksgiving. From the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi, would rise one loud and general burst of gladness, mingled with prayers of grateful adoration to Almighty...
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The Bible Christian VOLUME VI.-Third Series

The Bible Christian VOLUME VI.-Third Series - 1844
...accomplishment. And, first, the zeal of the Unitarians of the United States has carried liberal Christianity from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi, while the apatby of British Unitarians has left British America totally destitute. Is not this a humiliating...
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The elocutionary reader; or, Rhetorical class book

Hugh Gawthrop - 1847
...judgment, calls for a remedy. At this hour, heaven's high reproof is sounding from Maine to Georgia, and from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi ! SHYJ.OCK JUSTIFYING HIS MEDITATED REVENGE. IF it will feed nothing else, it will feed my revenge....
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Statistics of the State of Georgia: Including an Account of Its Natural ...

George White - Botany - 1849 - 701 pages
...the mild influence of our laws, the whole will be settled and connected, and the roads will he opened from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi, and -inconvenience of distance will one day be remedied by a line of natural, friendly, and political...
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The complete works of John M. Mason, Volume 4

John Mitchell Mason - Religion - 1849
...judgment, calls for a remedy. At this hour, Heaven's high reproof is sounding from Maine to Georgia, and from the shores of the Atlantic to the banks of the Mississippi. If we refuse obedience, every drop of blood spilled in single combat, will lie at our door, and will...
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Letters to the President: on the foreign and domestic policy of the Union ...

Henry Charles Carey - Currency question - 1858 - 171 pages
...social science. Common sense, common honesty, and sound policy, look always in the same direction. accomplishment of some common object. Combination...would be wholly unattainable by the solitary settler. Combination of effort furnishes Bibles at a price so small, as to place them within the reach of the...
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Letters to the President on the foreign and domestic policy of the Union ...

Henry Charles Carey, United States. President (1857-1861 : Buchanan) - Currency question - 1858 - 171 pages
...social science. Common sense, common honesty, and sound policy, look always in the same direction. accomplishment of some common object. Combination...would be wholly unattainable by the solitary settler. Combination of effort furnishes Bibles at a price so small, as to place them within the reach of the...
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