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" It is the true policy of Government to suffer the different pursuits of society to take their own course, and not to give excessive bounties or encouragements to one over another. This, also, is the true spirit of the Constitution. It has not, in my opinion,... "
Life of Daniel Webster - Página 129
por George Ticknor Curtis - 1872
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The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States: With an ...

Joseph Gales - 1854
...infant establishments for " more than their nature or their state can bear." It is the true policy of Government to suffer the different pursuits of...forcing them into other employments. It cannot prohibit commerce any more than agriculture; nor manufactures any more than commerce. It owes protection to...
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Life of Daniel Webster, Volumen1

George Ticknor Curtis - 1870 - 1318 páginas
...infant establishments for ' more than their nature or their state can bear.' It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...forcing them into other employments. It cannot prohibit commerce any more than agriculture, nor manufactures any more than commerce. It owes protection to...
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Daniel Webster

Henry Cabot Lodge - 1883 - 372 páginas
...infant establishments for ' more than their nature or their state can bear.' " It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...forcing them into other employments. It cannot prohibit commerce any more than agriculture, nor manufactures any more than commerce. It owes protection to...
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Daniel Webster

Henry Cabot Lodge - 1883 - 372 páginas
...infant establishments for ' more than their nature or their state can bear.' " It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...This, also, is the true spirit of the Constitution. Ii has not, in my opinion, conferred on the government the power of changing the occupations of the...
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Daniel Webster

Henry Cabot Lodge - 1888 - 372 páginas
...infant establishments for ' more than their nature or their state can bear.' " It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...over another. This, also, is the true spirit of the Constitiirtion. It has not, in my opinion, conferred on the government the power of changing the occupations...
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Daniel Webster

John Bach McMaster - 1902 - 343 páginas
...the perpetual whirl of spools and spindles, and the grating of rasps and saws. "It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...has not, in my opinion, conferred on the government this power of changing the occupations of the people." Opposition to the policy of the administration...
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Daniel Webster

John Bach McMaster - 1902 - 343 páginas
...the perpetual whirl of spools and spindles, and the grating of rasps and saws. "It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...encouragements to one over another. This also is the time spirit of the Constitution. It has not, in my opinion, conferred on the government this power...
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Financial History of the United States

Davis Rich Dewey - 1902 - 550 páginas
...population propels it. I am not in haste to see Sheffields and Birminghams in America. It is the true policy of government to suffer the different pursuits of...excessive bounties or encouragements to one over another." And in 1824 his speech in Congress in favor of freedom of trade was exhaustive, and proved to be a...
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The History of Political Theory and Party Organization in the United States

Simeon Davidson Fess - 1910 - 451 páginas
...take their own course, and not to give excessive bounties or encouragements to one over the other. This, also, is the true spirit of the Constitution....different States and sections, and of forcing them into employments." Like Jefferson, with whom he seldom agreed, he deplored the drift from the pursuits of...
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The History of Political Theory and Party Organization in the United States

Simeon Davidson Fess - 1910 - 451 páginas
...whose argument was cast upon a high constitutional plane. He maintained, "It is the true policy of the government to suffer the different pursuits of society...give excessive bounties or encouragements to one over the other. This, also, is the true spirit of the Constitution. It has not, in my opinion, conferred...
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