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" The United States have not certainly the right, and ought never to feel the inclination, to dictate to others who may differ with them upon this subject; nor do the committee see the expediency of insulting other states with whom we are maintaining relations... "
The United States and Foreign Powers - Página 52
de William Eleroy Curtis - 1892 - 305 páginas
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The Executive Proceedings of the Senate of the United States, on the Subject ...

United States. Congress Senate - 1826 - 160 páginas
...right, and ought never to feel the inclination, to dictate to others, who may differ with them upon this subject, nor do the Committee see the expediency...nation enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself. The Minister of Colombia states, as another subject of discussion, at the contempfated Congress, "...
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American Annual Register, Volumen 1

Joseph Blunt - 1827
...did not " see the propriety of insulting other states by ascending the moral chair, and proclaiming mere abstract principles, of the rectitude of which,...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." Objections were also made, to any consideration of the basis, upon which the relations of Hayti should...
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The American Annual Register for the Years ..., Or, the ... Year of American ...

Joseph Blunt - 1827
...did not " see the propriety of insulting other states by ascending the moral chair, and proclaiming mere abstract principles, of the rectitude of which,...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." Objections were also made, to any consideration of the basis, upon which the relations of Hayti should...
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Journal of the Executive Proceedings of the Senate of the United States of ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1828
...right, and ought never to feel the inclination, to dictate to others, who may differ with them upon this subject; nor do the Committee see the expediency of insulting other States, with whom we arc maintaining relations of perfect amity, by ascending the moral chair, and proclaiming from thence...
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The American Jurist and Law Magazine, Volumen 9;Volumen 27

1843
...this subject" (the slave trade) "nor do the committee see the expediency of insulting other states, by ascending the moral chair and proclaiming from...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." The following is an extract from the instructions of Mr. Livingston, secretary of state, to our minister...
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A View of the Action of the Federal Government, in Behalf of Slavery

William Jay - 1839 - 217 páginas
...this subject," (the slave trade,) " nor do the committee see the expediency of insulting other States by ascending the moral chair, and proclaiming from...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." The remarks made on this occasion by Mr. White, a Senator from Tennessee, are worthy of observation....
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Miscellaneous Writings on Slavery

William Jay - 1853 - 670 páginas
...this subject," (the slave-trade,) " nor do the committee see the expediency of insulting other States by ascending the moral chair, and proclaiming from...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." The remarks made on this occasion by Mr. 'WTiite, a Senator from Tennessee, are worthy of observation....
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Papers Relating to the Foreign Relations of the United States

United States. Department of State - 1870
...right, and ought never to feel the inclination, to dictate to others who may differ with them upon this subject, nor do the committee see the expediency...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." The same committee also alluded to the possibility that the condition of the islands of Cuba and Porto...
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Report from the Deparment of State in Relation to the Condition of the ...

1870
...right, and ought never to feel the inclination, to dictate to others w^ho may differ with them upon this subject, nor do the committee see the expediency...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." The same committee also alluded to the possibility that the condition of the islands of Cuba and Porto...
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Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and ..., Volumen 3

United States. Congress. Senate - 1870
...dictate to others who may differ with them upon this subject, nor do the committee see theexpedieney of insulting other states with whom we are maintaining...enjoys the perfect right of deciding for itself." The same committee also alluded to the possibility that the condition of the islands of (Juba and Porto...
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