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" ... humanity, and national policy. These objections I wish to explain and enforce, and thus avail myself of an opportunity of discussing some of the most interesting topics which grow out of the alarming state of the nation. I fear that all I can do will... "
Speech of the Honourable Artemas Ward: Delivered in the House of ... - Σελίδα 29
των Artemas Ward - 1814 - 59 σελίδες
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...state of the nation. 1 fear that all I can do will avail nothing ; but, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people who are suffering with...-who, with me, believe no good is to grow out of it, :md who apprehend, from its continaance, evils, compared with which all we have yet suffered are but...

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1814 - 195 σελίδες
...do will avail nothing ; but, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people who arc suffering with peculiar severity from the pressure...who, with me, believe no good is to grow out of it, und who apprehend, from its continuance, evils, compared with which all we have yet suffered are but...

Eloquence of the United States, Τόμος 3

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...state of the nation. I fear that all I can do will avail nothing. But, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people who are suffering with...suffered are but trifles light as air, I should be unVOL. in. 25 faithful to them and myself, if I did not interpose my best efforts to arrest the downhill...

Eloquence of the United States, Τόμος 3

1827
...state of the nation. I fear that all I can do will avail nothing. But, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people who are suffering with...evils, compared with which, all they have yet suffered arc but trifles light as air, I should be unVOL. m. 25 faithful to them and myself, if I did not interpose...

American Oratory: Or Selections from the Speeches of Eminent Americans

1836 - 531 σελίδες
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American Oratory: Or Selections from the Speeches of Eminent Americans

1836 - 531 σελίδες
...can do will avail nothing. But, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people, wbo are suffering with peculiar severity from the pressure...out of it, and who apprehend, from its continuance, evil*, compared with which, all they have yet suffered are but trifles light as air, I should be unfaithful...

American Oratory, Or, Selections from the Speeches of Eminent Americans

1840 - 531 σελίδες
...state of the nation. I fear that all I can do will avail nothing. But, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people, who are suffering...to them and myself, if I did not interpose my best efforts to arrest the downhill career of ruin. In performing this duty, I shall certainly say the things...

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1845
...state of the nation. I fear that all I can do will avail nothing. But, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people, who are suffering...to them and myself, if I did not interpose my best efforts to arrest the downhill career of ruin. In performing this duty, 1 shall certainly say the things...

Annals of the Congress of the United States, Τόμος 2;Τόμος 27

United States. Congress - 1854
...state of the nation. I fear that all I can do will avail nothing; but, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people, who are suffering...to them and myself if I did not interpose my best efforts to arrest the downhill career of ruin. In performing this duty, I shall certainly say the things...

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Joseph Gales - 1854
...I can do will avail nothing; but, sir, representing a respectable portion of the American people1, who are suffering with peculiar severity from the...to them and myself if I did not interpose my best efforts to arrest the downhill career of ruin. In performing this duty, I shall certainly say the things...




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