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" Act administration. All before are calculated to regulate trade and preserve or promote a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent parts of the Empire ; and though many of them imposed duties on trade, yet those duties were always... "
Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, to the Inhabitants of the British ... - Página lviii
de John Dickinson - 1903 - 146 páginas
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The Political Writings of John Dickinson, Esquire: The speech of John ...

John Dickinson - 1801
...the stamp-act administration.* All before, are calculated to regulate trade, and preserve or promote a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent parts of the empire ; and though many of them imposed duties on trade, yet those duties were always imposed iv ith design...
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A Short Tariff History of the United States, from the Earliest to ..., Parte 1

David Hastings Mason - 1884 - 167 páginas
...an authority expressly claimed and exerted to impose duties on the colonies without their consent; not for the regulation of trade; not for the preservation...intercourse between the several constituent parts of the British empire, theretofore the sole objects of parliamentary limitations of commerce; but for the...
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Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Volumen 14

Historical Society of Pennsylvania - 1895
...COMMONS OF GREAT-BRITAIN, &c. GIVE and GRANT," &c. as before. Here we may observe an authority expressly claimed and exerted to impose duties on these colonies ; not for the regulation of trade; not [10] for the preservation or promotion of a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent...
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The Administration of Dependencies: A Study of the Evolution of the Federal ...

Alpheus Henry Snow - 1902 - 619 páginas
...the Stamp Act administration : All before, are calculated to regulate trade, and preserve or promote a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent parts of the Empire; and though many of them imposed duties on trade, yet those duties were always imposed with design to...
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The Library of Original Sources, Volumen 10

Oliver Joseph Thatcher - 1907
...COMMONS OF GREAT-BRITAIN, &c. GIVE and GRANT," &c. as before. Here we may observe an authority expressly claimed and exerted to impose duties on these colonies; not for the regulation of trade; not [10] for the preservation or promotion of a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent...
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America's Nation-time, 1607-1789

Benjamin Woods Labaree - 1976 - 260 páginas
...Pennsylvania. In looking over the Townshend Act, Dickinson wrote, "we observe an authority expressly claimed and exerted to impose duties on these colonies; not for the regulation of trade . . . , but, for the single purpose of levying money upon us. This I call an innovation." Thousands...
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Constitutional History of the American Revolution: The authority ..., Volumen 3

John Phillip Reid - 1986 - 495 páginas
...the Stamp-Act administration. All before, are calculated to regulate trade, and preserve or promote a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent parts of the empire." 70 That was the "mainstream" American whig perspective of the legislative precedents: to neutralize...
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Document-based Assessment Activities for U.S. History Classes

Kenneth Hilton - 1999 - 126 páginas
...imposing duties in America for the purpose of raising a revenue. [The Townshend Acts claim the authority] to impose duties on these colonies, not for the regulation of trade . . . but for the single purpose of levying money upon us. According to Dickinson, what taxes was Parliament...
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Constitutional History of the American Revolution: The Authority ..., Volumen 2

John Phillip Reid - 2003 - 430 páginas
...purpose for which they were imposed. Here [in the Tbwnshend duties] we may observe an authority expressly claimed and exerted to impose duties on these colonies;...but for the single purpose of levying money upon us. To make his constitutional objection, Dickinson employed familiar constitutional language: "This I...
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Tracts of the American Revolution, 1763-1776

Merrill Jensen - 2003 - 498 páginas
...the Stamp-Act administration. All before, are calculated to regulate trade, and preserve or promote a mutually beneficial intercourse between the several constituent parts of the empire; and though many of them imposed duties on trade, yet those duties were always imposed with design to...
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