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" In this state of things, could my refusal to accept the trust thus delegated to me, give an immediate opportunity to the people to form and to express with a nearer approach to unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline... "
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The American Monitor, Том 2

1825
...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should 'not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous...of my country, signified through her constitutional organs—oppressed with the magnitude of the task before me, but cheered with the hope of that generous...

Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising ..., Том 1; Том 18; Том 43

United States. Congress - 1825
...to express with a nearer .pproach to unanimity, the object of their preference, should not henitate to decline the acceptance of this ¡minent charge,...Constitution itself, has not so disposed of the contingency •hich would arise in the event of my refusal ; I shall, !)erefore, repair to the post assigned me...

Register of Debates in Congress: Comprising ..., Том 2, Част 2; Том 45

United States. Congress - 1825
...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous...so disposed of the contingency which would arise in event of my refusal. I shall therefore repair to the post assigned me," &c. Who, after this, among...

Niles' National Register, Том 28

1825
...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous...determination. But the constitution itself has not disposed of the contingency which would arise in the event of my refusal." And surely no one acquainted...

The Southern literary messenger

...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge and to submit the decision of this momentous...contingency which would arise in the event of my refusal," &c. Elected without the direct suffrages of the people, it is also to be inferred that his administration...

The American Whig Review, Том 1

1845
...unanimity, the object of their preference, 1 should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous question again to their determination. l!ut the constitution itself has not so disposed of the contingency which would arise in the event...

American Literary Magazine, Томове 1–2

1848
...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous question again to their determination. Bur the constitution itself has not so disposed of the contingency which would arise in the event of...

Life and Public Services of John Quincy Adams, Sixth President of the United ...

William Henry Seward - 1849 - 404 страници
...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous question again to their determination. It argued a noble consciousness of virtue to express, on such an occasion, so ingenuously, the emotions...

The Statesman's Manual: The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents ..., Том 2

United States. President - 1853
...unanimity, the object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent charge, and to submit the decision of this momentous...of the task before me, but cheered with the hope of tha" generous support from my fellow-citizens which, in the vicissitudes of a life devoted to their...

The Works of William H. Seward, Том 3

William Henry Seward - 1853
...object of their preference, I should not hesitate to decline the acceptance of this eminent char^o, and to submit the decision of this momentous question again to their determination." It argued a noble consciousness of virtue to express on such an occasion, so ingenuously, the emotions...




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