A Testimonial of Gratitude and Affection to Henry Clay: The Proceedings of the Whigs of Philadelphia Assembled in Town Meeting on the 19th Day of December, 1844 (Google eBook)

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Trustees, 1845 - 236 pages
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Page 33 - ... deliberately convinced of the truth and •wisdom of the principles and measures which they have espoused. It seems, therefore, to me that they should persevere in contending for them ; and that, adhering to their separate and distinct organization, they should treat all who have the good of their country in view with respect and sympathy, and invite their co-operation in securing the patriotic objects which it has been their aim and purpose to accomplish.
Page 33 - ... trials and circumstances, confiding in the great Ruler of the Universe for ultimate success. The Whigs are deliberately convinced of the truth and wisdom of the principles and measures which they have espoused. It seems, therefore, to...

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