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" I confess, then, I think it important, in the present case, to set an example against broad construction, by appealing for new power to the people. If, however, our friends shall think differently, certainly I shall acquiesce with satisfaction ; confiding,... "
Speech of John Quincy Adams, of Massachusetts, Upon the Right of the People ... - Σελίδα 90
των John Quincy Adams - 1838 - 131 σελίδες
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Thomas Jefferson - 1829
...construction the treaty power would be reduced to nothing. I had occasion once to examine its effect on the French treaty, made by the old Congress, and...of construction when it shall produce ill effects. No apologies for writing or speaking to me freely are necessary. On the contrary, nothing my friends...

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Thomas Jefferson - 1829
...think differently, certainly I shall acquiesce with satisfaction ; confiding, that the good sense 11 2 of our country will correct the evil of construction when it shall produce ill effects. No apologies for writing or speaking to me freely are necessary. On the contrary, nothing my friends...

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Joseph Story - 1833 - 776 σελίδες
...as lilt/i debate as potsible, and particularly so far as respects the constitutional difficulty." " I confess, then, I think it. important in the present...construction, when it shall produce ill effects." What a latitude of interpretation is this ! The constitution maybe over§ 1282. As an incidental power,...

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Timothy Pitkin - 1835 - 600 σελίδες
...England, Ireland, Holland, &c.; which would be the case, on your construction." Mr. Jefferson adds, " If, however, our friends shall think differently,...construction, when it shall produce ill effects." When the Treaty was submitted to the House of Representatives, for the purpose of having it carried...

The Debates in the Several State Conventions on the Adoption of the ..., Τόμος 4

Jonathan Elliot - 1836
...little debate as possible, and particularly so far as respects the constitutional difficulty ; " " 1 confess, then, I think it important, in the present...construction, when it shall produce ill effects." His letter to Dr. Sibley, (in June, 1803,) recently published, is decisive that he thought an amendment...

The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Third President of the United States ..., Τόμος 2

George Tucker - 1837
...urging strong arguments against the dangers of a broad construction of the constitution, he adds, " If, however, our friends shall think differently,...of construction when it shall produce ill effects." This letter was written from Monticello in September, where he had been recently visited by Mr. Madison...

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Joseph Story - 1851
...however, our friends shall think differently, certainly I shall acqniesce with satisfaction ; conf1ding, that the good sense of our country will correct the...of construction when it shall produce ill effects." What a latitude of interpretation is this! The constitution may be overleaped, and a broad construction...

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Thomas Jefferson - 1854
...construction the treaty power would be reduced to nothing. I had occasion once to examine its effect on the French treaty, made by the old Congress, and...of construction when it shall produce ill effects. No apologies for writing or speaking to me freely are necessary. On the contrary, nothing my friends...

Papers on Slavery, Rebellion, Etc

Joel Parker - 1856
...permitted to the federal government, and gives all the powers necessary to carry these into execution I confess, then, I think it important, in the present...of construction when it shall produce ill effects." Other letters written by him are to the same effect. The treaty was ratified by the Senate, at a special...

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JOEL PARKER - 1856
...permitted to the federal government, and gives all the powers necessary to carry these into execution I confess, then, I think it important, in the present...of construction when it shall produce ill effects." Other letters written by him are to the same effect. The treaty was ratified by the Senate, at a special...




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