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" When the insolence or vanity of the Spanish government shall dare to repeat their insults on our flag, or shall dare to violate the sacred obligations of the good faith of our treaties with them ; or should the disorganizing TRAITOR attempt the dismemberment... "
The Advance-guard of Western Civilization - Page 326
by James Roberts Gilmore - 1888 - 343 pages
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - Presidents - 1860
...our country always sufficient to support and defend the constituted authorities of our government. When the insolence or vanity of the Spanish government...violate the sacred obligations of the good faith of our treaties with them ; or should the disorganizing TRAITOR attempt the dismemberment of our country...
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the republic; or, a history of the united states of america in the ...

john robert irelan, m.d. - 1887
...of the United States ; and that an attack would, in the first place, be made on New Orleans. . . . "When the insolence or vanity of the Spanish Government...violate the sacred obligations of the good faith of our treaties with them ; or should the disorganizing TRAITOR attempt the dismemberment of our country...
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The republic, or, A history of the United States of America in the ...

John Robert Irelan - Presidents - 1887
...eastern part of the United States ; and that an attack would, in the first pkce, be made on New Orleans. "When the insolence or vanity of the Spanish Government...violate the sacred obligations of the good faith of our treaties with them ; or should the disorganizing TRAITOR attempt the dismemberment of our country...
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History of Nashville, Tenn. ...

Bp. Elijah Embree Hoss, William B. Reese - Nashville (Tenn.) - 1890 - 656 pages
...greatly touched by the action of these old patriots, and in his answer to their communication said: "When the insolence or vanity of the Spanish Government...of the example given by a tender of service made by sujch men as compose the 'Invincible Grays,' commanded, too, by the father of our infant State, General...
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