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" Spain existing at the date of these laws are still unrepealed as far as we know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the government appears to have arisen; but of its course or prospects we have no information on which prudence would undertake a hasty change... "
History of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1630-1877: With a Genealogical Register - Page 187
by Lucius Robinson Paige - 1877 - 731 pages
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The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register, Volume 26

British periodicals - 1808
...and the decrees of France and Spain, existing at the date of those laws, arc still unrcpealed, affer as we know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the government...even were the authority of the executive competent to kuch a decision.' " You desire, that in the defect of power, congress may be specially convene'!. It...
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Flower's Political review and monthly register. (monthly miscellany) [afterw ...

Benjamin Flower - 1808
...England, and the decrees of France and Spain, existing at the date of those laws, are still unrepealed, as far as we know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the...competent to such a decision. You desire, that in this defect of power, congress may be specially convened,. It is unnecessary to examine the evidence,...
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The literary panorama

C. taylor - 1809
...and the decrees of Fiance and Spain, existing at the dates of these laws, are still unrepealed, as far as we know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the government appeals to have arisen ; but of itt course, or prospects, we have no information on which prudence...
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The Literary Panorama, Volume 5

Charles Taylor - English literature - 1809
...and the decrees of France and Spain, existing at the dates of these laws, are still uniepealcd, as far as we know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the government appeals to have arisen j but of its course, or prospects, we have no infoimation oa which prudence...
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Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Volume 14

William Cobbett - Great Britain - 1808
...the decrees of France and Spain, eiisttng at the date of these laws, and still unrepa'ed, as far a* we 'know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the government...appears to have arisen ; but of its course or prospects, ere have no information, on which prudence RrouM undertake a hasty change in our poli!y, even were...
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History of the Town of Plymouth: From Its First Settlement in 1620, to the ...

James Thacher - Massachusetts - 1832 - 382 pages
...hostilities, no change of measures affecting neutral commerce, is known to have taken place. In fact, we have no information on which prudence would undertake...authority of the executive competent to such a decision. I should with great willingness have executed the wish of the inhabitants of Plymouth, had peace, or...
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History of the Town of Plymouth, from Its First Settlement in 1620, to the ...

James Thacher - Indians of North America - 1835 - 401 pages
...hostilities, no change of measures affecting neutral commerce, is known to have taken place. In fact, we have no information on which prudence would undertake...authority of the executive competent to such a decision. I should with great willingness have executed the wish of the inhabitants of Plymouth, had peace, or...
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THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

RICHARD HILDRETH - 1852
...revise a conduct as contrary to their inxxi terests as it is to our rights." "In Spain," he added. 1808. "a contest for the government appears to have arisen,...prudence would undertake a hasty change in our policy." The news of the uprising of the Spaniards against Bonaparte, applauded by the Federalists as a generous...
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The History of the United States of America, Volume 6

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1852
...conduct as contrary to their inXXI. terests as it is to our rights." " In Spain," he added. 1808. " a contest for the government appears to have arisen,...prudence would undertake a hasty change in our policy." The news of the uprising of the Spaniards against Bonaparte, applauded by the Federalists as a generous...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Being His Autobiography ..., Volume 7

Thomas Jefferson - United States - 1854
...England, and the decrees of Prance and Spain, existing at the date of these laws, are still unrepealed, as far as we know. In Spain, indeed, a contest for the...competent to such a • decision. You desire that, in this defect of power, Congress may be specially convened. It is unnecessary to examine the evidence...
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