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Page 179 - An Act to apply a sum out of the Consolidated Fund to the service of the year ending on the thirty-first day of March one thousand nine hundred and one, and to appropriate the Supplies granted in this Session of Parliament.
Page 303 - In every regularly documented American merchant- vessel, the crew who navigate it will find their protection in the flag which is over them.
Page 305 - Tehuantepec, under grants of the Mexican Government to a citizen of that Republic. It is understood that a thorough survey of the course of the communication is in preparation, and there is every reason to expect that it will be prosecuted with characteristic energy, especially when that Government...
Page 437 - An Act to apply the Sum of Eight Millions out of the Consolidated Fund to the Service of the Year One thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.
Page 303 - Friendly relations with all, but entangling alliances with none, has long been a maxim with us. Our true mission is. not to propagate our opinions, or impose upon other countries our form of government, by artifice or force: but to teach by example, and show by our success, moderation and justice, the blessings of self-government, and the advantages of free institutions.
Page 266 - In the name of the French People. " The President of the Republic decrees —
Page 311 - It is deeply to be regretted that in several instances officers of the Government, in attempting to execute the law for the return of fugitives from labor, have been openly resisted, and their efforts frustrated and defeated by lawless and violent mobs ; that in one case such resistance resulted in the death of an estimable citizen, and in others, serious injury ensued -to those officers and to individuals who were using their endeavors to sustain...
Page 440 - An Act to consolidate and amend the Acts regulating the Proceedings of Petty Sessions and the Duties of Justices of the Peace out of Quarter Sessions in Ireland, or any Act amending the same.
Page 307 - At first view this condition of our trade with foreign nations would seem to present the most flattering hopes of its future prosperity. An examination of the details of our exports, however, will show that the increased value of our exports for the last fiscal year is to be found in the high price of cotton which prevailed during the first half of that year, which price has since declined about one-half.