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" ... promoting the success of which they, at his request, had rendered their assistance. But this the president did not do. Never, from the moment of my leaving his house on the 18th, did he open his lips to me on the subject. It was only from the newspapers,... "
Cyclopedia of Eminent and Representative Men of the Carolinas of the ... - Page 46
by Samuel A'Court Ashe - 1892
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Hazard's United States Commercial and Statistical Register, Volume 5

Samuel Hazard - Banks and banking - 1841
...to me on the subject. It was only from Ihe newspapers, from rumor, from hearsay, I learned that he had denied the constitutionality of the proposed institution,...been at his own instance introduced into Congress. It was still in the President's power, by a proper statement in the message containing his objections...
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The Monthly Chronicle, Volume 2

Nathan Hale - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1841
...to me on the subject. It was only from the newspapers, from rumor, from hearsay, I learned that he had denied the constitutionality of the proposed institution, and had made the most solemn asseveration that he would never approve a measure which I knew was suggested by himself, and which...
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Hazard's United States Commercial and Statistical Register, Volume 5

Samuel Hazard - Banks and banking - 1841
...constituted (if no other reasons had existed) nmplc ground for a withdrawal from his Cabinet without delay. It is scarcely necessary to say that I have not supposed,...difference merely between the President and his Cabinet, cither as to the constitutionality or the expediency of a bank, necessarily interposes any obstacles...
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Niles' National Register, Volume 61

1841
...to me on the subject. It was only from the newspapers, from rumor, from hearsay, I learned that he had denied the constitutionality of the proposed institution,...at his own instance, introduced into congress. It was still in the as I regretted the veto of the first bill, I did not feel myself at liberty to retire...
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Thirty Years' View: Or, A History of the Working of the American ..., Volume 2

Thomas Hart Benton - Transportation - 1856 - 739 pages
...to me on the subject. It was only from the newspapers, from rumor, from hearsay, I learned that he had denied the constitutionality of the proposed institution,...into Congress. It is scarcely necessary to say that I hare not supposed, and do not now suppose, that a difference merely between the President and his cabinet,...
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Thirty years' view: or, A history of the working of the American ..., Volume 2

Thomas Hart Benton - United States - 1856
...to me on the fubject. It was only from the newspapers, from rumor, from hearsay, I learned that he had denied the constitutionality of the proposed institution, and had made the most solemn assevcrari"n? that he would never approve a measure h:ch 1 knew was suggested by himself, anil which...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volumes 61-62

1842
...to me on the subject. It was only from the newspapers, from rumor, from hearsay, I learned that he had denied the constitutionality of the proposed institution,...at his own instance, introduced into congress. It was still in the president's power, by a proper statement in the message containing his objections...
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