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" Oregon in articles written in 1818, and to support every measure for her benefit ever since the same spirit still animates me and will continue to do so while I live which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the... "
All Over Oregon and Washington: Observations on the Country, Its Scenery ... - Page 68
by Frances Fuller Victor - 1872 - 368 pages
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The Overland Monthly, Volume 8

Bret Harte - California - 1872
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the Valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon." Extract from Letter of Senator Benton to the people of Oregon, in 1847. But Benton did not understand...
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Illustrated History of Lane County, Oregon

Albert G. Walling - Lane County (Or.) - 1884 - 508 pages
...which, I hope, wiH be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon." Would that the grand old statesman could have lived to see his prophecy fulfilled in the new era upon...
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Atlantis Arisen: Or, Talks of a Tourist about Oregon and Washington

Frances Fuller Victor - Oregon - 1891 - 412 pages
...WHICH I HOPE WILL BE LONG ENOUGH TO SEE AN EMPORIUM OP ASIATIC COMMERCE AT THE MOUTH OP YOUR RIVER, AND A STREAM OF ASIATIC TRADE POURING INTO THE VALLEY...geography of the coast; neither did he know much of the practical working of railroads in recognizing or ignoring any points but their own. Ho did not...
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Brown's Political History of Oregon ..., Volume 1

James Henry Brown - Northwest boundary of the U. S. - 1892 - 462 pages
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporinm of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon. Your friend and fellow-citizen. THOMAS H. BENTON. ^ Hon. Richard M. Young, Commissioner of the General...
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The Story of Oregon: A History, with Portraits and Biographies, Volume 2

Julian Hawthorne - Oregon - 1892
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the Valley of the Mississippi through the channel of the Oregon." This letter suggested to Whitman and to members of the Government the expediency of sending...
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The Resources of the State of Oregon: A Book of Statistical Information ...

Oregon. State Board of Agriculture - Oregon - 1898 - 203 pages
...which 1 hope will be long enough to see an emporinm of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley of the Mississippi through the channel of the Oregon." COLUMBIA COUNTY. By Hon. Judaon Weed, of St. HAwM. in presenting to the public the advantages,...
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History of Oregon: The Growth of an American State, Volume 4

Horace Sumner Lyman, Harvey Whitefield Scott, Charles Byron Bellinger, Frederick George Young - Oregon - 1903
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon." Senator Benton's conviction that the strenuous pro-slavery members from the South were injecting the...
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The Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

Local history - 1905
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon." In the great debate which preceded the passage of the act of August 14, 1848, to establish the territorial...
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The Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 6

Northwest, Pacific - 1905
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon." In the great debate which preceded the passage of the act of August 14, 1848, to establish the territorial...
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The Oregon Historical Quarterly, Volume 6

Northwest, Pacific - 1905
...which I hope will be long enough to see an emporium of Asiatic commerce at the mouth of your river, and a stream of Asiatic trade pouring into the valley...of the Mississippi through the channel of Oregon." In the great debate which preceded the passage of the act of August 14, 1848, to establish the territorial...
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