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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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The Life and Letters of Harrison Gray Otis, Federalist, 1765-1848, Volumen2

Samuel Eliot Morison - 1913
...commerce has burnt itself out. In this respect the author of the Report proved an excellent prophet. Finally, if the Union be destined to dissolution,...possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent. . . . Events may prove that the causes of our calamities are deep and permanent. . . they...
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Beginnings of the American People, Volumen2

Carl Lotus Becker - 1915 - 279 páginas
...severance of the Union, " especially in a time of war." " If the Union be destined to dissolution, ... it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent." But these philosophical considerations did not deter the author of the report from a vicious...
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Union and Democracy, Volumen2

Allen Johnson - 1915 - 346 páginas
...severance of the Union, " especially in a time of war." " If the Union be destined to dissolution, ... it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent" Bnt these philosophical considerations did not deter the author of the report from a vicious...
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Papers of the New Haven Colony Historical Society, Volumen9

1918
...United States, 1750-1835, 265 ; Hildreth, History of the United States, III, NS, 546. t Pages 14, 21. "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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Secession and Constitutional Liberty: In which is Shown the Right ..., Volumen1

Bunford Samuel - 1920
..."Finally, if the Union be destined to dissolution, by reason * Madison, Message to Congress, March 9, 1912. of the multiplied abuses of bad administrations; it...possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent. — Some new form of confederacy should be substituted among those States, which shall intend...
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The Catchings and Holliday Families: And Various Related Families, in ...

Thomas Clendenin Catchings - 1921 - 190 páginas
...cleary indicated their opinion to be that the right to withdraw existed in the States. They said : "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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New Viewpoints in American History

Arthur Meier Schlesinger - 1922 - 299 páginas
...grievances. "If the Union be destined to dissolution," the convention announced to the world, "... it should, if possible, be the work of peaceable times, and deliberate consent." The geographical center of the state rights agitation shifted once more with the renewal...
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The Irresistible Movement of Democracy

John Simpson Penman - 1923 - 729 páginas
...Constitution would be to perpetuate the evils of revolution." At the same time, the report went on to say, "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 Clendinen, Myers and Mills Families: And Various Related Families in the ...

Nannie Clendinen Catchings Baird ("Mrs. J. R. Baird, "), Thomas Clendenin Catchings - 1923 - 188 páginas
...clearly indicated their opinion to be that the right to withdraw existed in the States. They said : "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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Webster's Guide to American History: A Chronological, Geographical, and ...

Charles Van Doren, Charles Lincoln Van Doren, Robert McHenry - 1971 - 1428 páginas
...shall wave, O'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave! Hartford Convention Resolutions, 1815 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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