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" ... that it is waged, not in violation of the rights of others but in the maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs accumulating without end ; and that it was finally not declared until every hope of averting... "
Niles' National Register - Страница 152
1813
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The Scots Magazine and Edinburgh Literary Miscellany, Том 75

1813
...render Ute revenue of the •nensuingycarmoro productive than could have been anticipated ; that war wss not declared until every hope of averting it was extinguished by the transfer of the British sceptre into new bands, clinging to former counsels. To have shrunk, under such circumstances, from manly resistance,...

Congressional Reporter, Containing the Public Documents, and the ..., Том 2

1812
...is waged, not in violation of the rights of others, but in the maintenance of our own ; that it is preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...finally not declared until every hope of averting it was ixtingniihed, by the transfer of the Britifh fccptre into new hands clinging to former councils ; and...

Cobbett's Weekly Political Register, Том 23

1813
...AMERICAN PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. (Continued from page 830, vol. 11.) maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...it was extinguished by the transfer of the British Sceptres into new hands, clinging to former Councils, and until declarations were reiterated in the...

Cobbett's Political Register, Том 23

William Cobbett - 1813
...AMERICAN PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. ( Continued from page 830, vol. 2Z.) maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...it was extinguished by the transfer of the British Sceptres into new hands, clinging to former Councils, and until declarations were reiterated in the...

The Edinburgh Annual Register, Том 2; Том 5, Част 2

Walter Scott - 1814
...is waged, not in violation of the rights of others, but in the maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...every hope of averting it was extinguished by the British sceptre falling into new hands, clinging to former councils, and until declarations were reiterated...

The Historical Register of the United States, Том 1

Thomas H. Palmer - 1814
...is waged, not in violation of the rights of others, but in the maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...without end ; and that it was finally not declared until ever)' hope of averting it was extinguished, by the transfer of the British sceptre into new hands...

History of the United States: From Their First Settlement as English ..., Том 3

David Ramsay - 1817
...maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs acin. 28 cumulating without end; and that it was finally not declared,...declarations were reiterated to the last hour, through the British envoy here, that the hostile edicts, against our commercial rights, and our maritime independence,...

History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the ..., Том 2

C. H. Gifford - 1817
...is waged, not in violation of the rights of others, but in the maintenance of our own ; that it was the British Commanders. THE operation of the British armaments on the eoast sceptres into new hands, clinging to former councils, and until declarations were reiterated, in the...

State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

1817
...is waged, not in violation of the rights of others, but in the maintenance of our own ; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...declarations were reiterated to the last hour, through the British envoy here, that the hostile edicts against our commercial rights and our maritime independence,...

The Writings of James Madison: 1808-1819

James Madison - 1819
...it is waged not in violation of the rights of others, but in the maintenance of our own; that it was preceded by a patience without example under wrongs...it was extinguished by the transfer of the British scepter into new hands clinging to former councils, and until declarations were reiterated to the last...




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