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" Finally, if the Union be destined to dissolution, by reason of the multiplied abuses of bad administrations, it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent. Some new form of confederacy should be substituted among those... "
The Proceedings of a Convention of Delegates: From the States of ... - Página 5
1815 - 39 páginas
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Nullification and Secession in the United States: A History of the Six ...

Edward Payson Powell - 1897 - 461 páginas
...decisions, probably avert the evil, or at least insure consolation and success in the last resort. . Finally, if the Union be destined to dissolution,...possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent. Some new form of confederacy should be substituted among those states which shall intend to...
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The Student's American History

David Henry Montgomery - 1897 - 523 páginas
...had been strongly urged to advocate secession, but declined to do so.7* They declared, however, that "if the Union be destined to dissolution by reason of the multiplied abuses of bad administration, it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent." 7a...
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A Compilation of the Messages and Papers of the Presidents, 1789-1897, Volumen10

United States. President - 1897
..."if a dissolution should become necessary by reason of the multiplied abuses of bad administration it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent." It laid down the general principle that "it is as much the duty of the State anthorities...
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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volúmenes27-28

Southern Historical Society - 1899
...address, in which it said, among other things: ' ' If the Union be destined to dissolution :;: * * it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent. * * * Whenever it shall appear that the causes are radical and permanent, a separation by...
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The Case of the South Against the North: Or Historical Evidence Justifying ...

Benjamin Franklin Grady - 1899 - 345 páginas
...withdrawing their States from the Union) in which they said : "If the Union be destined to dissolution * * * it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent. Some new form of confederacy should be substituted among those States which shall intend to...
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Harper's Encyclopædia of United States History: From 458 A.D. to 1902, Volumen8

Benson John Lossing, John Fiske, Woodrow Wilson - 1901
...Convention assembled in December. 1814. From their published report the following extract is made: "If the Union be destined to dissolution by reason of the multiplied abuses of bad administration, it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent. . ....
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Political History of the United States: With Special Reference to ..., Volumen2

John Pancoast Gordy - 1902
...indications that the South was beginning to realize the errors of the restrictive system and of the war; "finally, if the Union be destined to dissolution by reason of the multiplied abuses of bad administration, it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent. Some...
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American Political History, 1763-1876, Volumen2

Alexander Johnston - 1905
...desired by its members ; but a few of the opening sentences of its report are at least suggestive. " If the Union be destined to dissolution, by reason...possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent. Some new form of confederacy should be substituted among those States which shall intend to...
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American Political History, 1763-1876, Volumen1

Alexander Johnston - 1905
...any present intention to dissolve the Union, and admitted that, if a dissolution should be necessary, "by reason of the multiplied abuses of bad administrations,...possible, be the work of peaceable times and deliberate consent." It enumerated the New England grievances above mentioned, with the addition of "the easy...
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The Civil War: The National View

Francis Newton Thorpe - 1906 - 535 páginas
...sat behind closed doors and expressed its convictions in a report, in the course of which it said: "If the Union be destined to dissolution, by reason...possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent. Some new form of Confederacy should be substituted among those States which shall intend to...
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