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" ... Washington policy, than a fixed determination was perceived and avowed of changing a system which had already produced these substantial fruits. The consequences of this change, for a few years after its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract... "
An Answer to Certain Parts of a Work Published by Mathew Carey: Entitled ... - Страница 218
по Federalist - 1816 - 231 страници
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The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates: From the States of ...

1815 - 39 страници
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...richest advantages for securing the great objects of the Constitution have been wantonly rejected. While Europe reposes from, the convulsions that had shaken...

Niles Weekly Register, Том 7

1815
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...the new plans of administration, at length developed administration, or of disposition in the enemy, should I their weakness and deformity, but not until...

Public Documents: Containing Proceedings of the Hartford Convention of ...

1815 - 54 страници
...commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious iiripul e towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance in the new plajis of administration at length developed their weakness and deformity, but not until a majority...

History of the Hartford Convention: With the Review of the Policy of the ...

Theodore Dwight - 1833 - 447 страници
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...richest advantages for securing the great objects of the constitution have been wantonly rejected. While Europe reposes from the convulsions that had shaken...

History of the Hartford Convention: With a Review of the Policy of the ...

Theodore Dwight - 1833 - 447 страници
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...majority of the people had been deceived by flattery, an5 inflamed by passion, into blindness to their defects. Under the withering influence of this new...

Documents Relating to New-England Federalism: 1800-1815

Henry Adams - 1877 - 437 страници
...administration established in the hands of a party opposed to the Washington policy, the report says that " a steady perseverance in the new plans of administration...richest advantages for securing the great objects of the Constitution have been wantonly rejected. While Europe reposes from the convulsions that had shaken...

The Library of Original Sources, Том 8

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...flattery, and inflamed by passion, into blindness of their defects. Under the withering influence of this new system, the declension of the nation has...

The Library Of Original Sources: 1800-1833

Oliver J. Thatcher - 2004 - 468 страници
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...flattery, and inflamed by passion, into blindness of their defects. Under the withering influence of this new system, the declension of the nation has...
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Journey to the United States of North America / Viaje a Los Estados Unidos ...

Lorenzo de Zavala - 2005 - 433 страници
...its commencement, were not sufficient to counteract the prodigious impulse towards prosperity, which had been given to the nation. But a steady perseverance...declension of the, nation has been uniform and rapid. (p. 332) The richest advantages for securing the great objects of the constitution have been wantonly...
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Niles Weekly Register, Том 7

1815
...and l.-ingers, should lliey by the blessings of Providence escape fi ora iheir present condition with inflamed by passion, into blindness to their defects....Under the withering influence of this new system, the dicl"iHion of the nation has bet n uniform ,-iml rapid. The richest advantages for si-curing the great...




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