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" The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them to a foreign Power, that in three weeks all will be settled. "
Reports of the Trials of Colonel Aaron Burr: (late Vice President of the ... - Página 26
de Aaron Burr - 1808
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The Aaron Burr Conspiracy: A History Largely from Original and Hitherto ...

Walter Flavius McCaleb - 1903 - 377 páginas
...that Baton Rouge should remain unmolested, they would pass on — and to no other place than Mexico. "The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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The constitutional decisions of John Marshall, Volumen 1

John Marshall - 1905
...on, or pass by, Baton Rouge ; on receipt of this, send an answer ; draw on Burr for all expenses, &c. The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us ; their agents now with Burr say, that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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The Ohio River: a course of empire

Archer Butler Hulbert - 1906 - 378 páginas
...Baton Rouge ... on receipt of this, send Burr an answer, . . . draw on Burr for all expenses, etc.^The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us ; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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Mississippi: Comprising Sketches of Counties, Towns, Events, Institutions ...

Dunbar Rowland - 1907
...between the 5th and 15th of December, to determine whether they should seize on or pass by Baton Rouge. "The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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Encyclopedia of Mississippi History: Comprising Sketches of ..., Volumen 1

Dunbar Rowland - 1907
...between the 5th and 15th of December, to determine whether they should seize on or pass by Baton Rouge. "The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us ; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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Lewis Rand

Mary Johnston - 1908 - 510 páginas
...determine whether it will be expedient in the first instance to seize on, or pass by, Baton Rouge. The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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Kentucky in the Nations's History

Robert McNutt McElroy - 1909 - 590 páginas
...Baton Rouge, ... on receipt of this, send Burr an answer . . . draw on Burr for all expenses, etc. The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us; their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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The Tragedy of the Deserted Isle: A Chronicle of the Burr and Blennerhassett ...

Warren Wood - 1909 - 393 páginas
...or pass by Baton Rouge. On receipt of this, send Burr an answer. Draw on Burr for all expenses, etc. The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us; their agents, now with Burr, say if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them to a...
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Lectures on the Growth and Development of the United States, Volumen 5

Edwin Wiley, Irving Everett Rines - 1915
...on or pass by Baton Rouge. On receipt of this, send an answer. Draw on Burr for all expenses, etc. The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us. Their agents, now with Burr, say, that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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The American Plan of Government: The Constitution of the United States as ...

Charles William Bacon, Franklyn Stanley Morse - 1916 - 474 páginas
...determine whether it will be expedient, in the first instance, to seize on, or pass by Baton Rouge. The people of the country to which we are going are prepared to receive us. Their agents, now with Burr, say that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them...
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