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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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Annual Register, Том 54

Edmund Burke - 1821
...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...

History of the Late War Between Great Britain and the United States of ...

David Thompson (of Niagara, Ont.) - 1832 - 300 страници
...rights of others, but in the maintainance of their own ; that it was preceded (says the president,) by a patience without example, under wrongs accumulating...declarations were reiterated to the last hour, through the British envoy here, that the hostile edicts against the commercial rights of the nation, and against...

Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States from ...

United States. President - 1842 - 754 страници
...it is waged, not in violation of the rights of others but in the maintenance of onr own; that it was preceded by a patience without example, under wrongs...without end ; and that it was finally not declared until erery hope of averting it was extinguished by the transfer of the British sceptre into new hands clinging...

The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents of the United States ..., Том 1

United States. President - 1846
...is waged, not in violation of the rights of others but in the maintenance of our own ; 'hat 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...

Annals of the Congress of the United States

United States. Congress - 1853
...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 is was finally not declared until every hope of averting it was extinguished, by the transfer of the...

The Statesman's Manual: The Addresses and Messages of the Presidents ..., Том 1

United States. President - 1854
...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 Congressional Globe

United States. Congress - 1853
...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 is was finally not declared until every hope of averting it was extinguished, by -the transfer of the...

The Republic, Or, A History of the United States of America in the ..., Том 4

John Robert Irelan - 1886
...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...

A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897, Том 1

United States. President, James Daniel Richardson - 1896
...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...

A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897: 1789-1817

United States. President - 1896
...not declared until every hope of averting 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 hour, through the British envoy here, that the hostile edicts against our commercial rights and our maritime independence...




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