The Papers of Henry Clay: The Whig Leader, January 1, 1837-December 31,1843 (Google eBook)

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Page 12 - Resolved, That the President, in the late Executive proceedings in relation to the public revenue, has assumed upon himself authority and power not conferred by the Constitution and laws, but in derogation of both.
Page 14 - And when you have perpetrated it, go home to the people. and tell them what glorious honors you have achieved for our common country. Tell them that you have extinguished one of the brightest and purest lights that ever burnt at the altar of civil liberty.
Page 77 - Lastly, pass this bill, and whatever divorce its friends may profess to be its aim, that perilous union of the purse and the sword, so justly dreaded by our British and revolutionary ancestors, becomes absolute and complete.
Page 13 - Republic. By means of principles which he has introduced, and innovations which he has made in our institutions, alas ! but too much countenanced by Congress and a confiding people, he exercises uncontrolled the power of the State. In one hand he holds the purse, and in the other brandishes the sword of the country. Myriads of dependents and...

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