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" In a republic, where fortunes are not affluent, and pensions not expedient, the dismission of men from stations in which they have served their country long and usefully, and on which they depend for subsistence, and from which it will be too late to... "
Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Court of Chancery of New-York: Containing ... - Σελίδα 347
των William Johnson - 1824
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