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" Lo wndes, it was advocated by Mr. Calhoun, and was incorporated into the law of 1816. To this provision of law, the fruit of the intelligence and influence of Mr. Lowell, New England owes that branch of industry which has made her amends for the diminution... "
A Memoir of Mr. John Lowell, Jun: Delivered as the Introduction to the ... - Page 24
by Edward Everett - 1840 - 74 pages
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Lowell Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - Apologetics - 1843
...into the scale in favor of a protective tariff. The minimum duty on cotton fabrics, the corner-stone of the system, was proposed by Mr. Lowell, and is...connected with the establishment of our liberties, axe of a higher order, or of a more comprehensive scope, — the people of the United States are indebted...
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Lowell Lectures on the Evidences of Christianity, Volume 1

John Gorham Palfrey - Apologetics - 1843
...and is believed to have been an original conception on his part. It was recommended by Mr. Lo wndes, it was advocated by Mr. Calhoun, and was incorporated...people of the United States are indebted to Mr. Francis Cabot Lowell ; and in conferring his name upon the noble city of the arts in our neighbourhood, a monument...
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Lowell, as it Was, and as it is

Henry Adolphus Miles - Lowell (Mass.) - 1845 - 234 pages
...the winter of 1816; and, in confidential intercourse with some of the leading members of Congress, he fixed their attention on the importance, the prospects,...the establishment of our liberties, are of a higher order1, or of a more comprehensive scope — the people of the United States are indebted to Mr. Francis...
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Lowell, as it Was, and as it is

Henry Adolphus Miles - Lowell (Mass.) - 1845 - 234 pages
...by Mr. Calhoun, and was incorporated into the law of 1816. To this provision of law, the APPENDIX. fruit of the intelligence and influence of Mr. Lowell,...people of the United States are indebted to Mr. Francis Cabot Lowell ; and in conferring his name upon the NOBLE CITY of the arts in our neighborhood, a monument...
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Lowell, as it Was, and as it is

Henry Adolphus Miles - Lowell (Mass.) - 1845 - 234 pages
...advocated by Mr. Calhoun, and was incorporated into the law of 1816. To this provision of law, the frnit of the intelligence and influence of Mr. Lowell, New...portion of it. For these public benefits — than j which none, not directly connected with the establishment of our liberties, are of a higher order,...
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Famous Givers and Their Gifts

Sarah Knowles Bolton - Philanthropists - 1896 - 382 pages
...branch of industry which has made her amends for the diminution of her foreign trade ; which has left her prosperous under the exhausting drain of her population...and nothing but good, to every other portion of it." At Mr. Lowell's death he left a large fortune to his four children, three sons and a daughter, of whom...
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