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|Being almost iinperishable. when properly secured up preserved, their |
accumulation occasions no actual loss, as the time ... as there may be defects in
the piece not easily discoverable. owing to the necessity of mixing together iron
of different ...
|And why not? ' Because the National Banking Law is not in accord with□ the |
views of a large portion of the men who do the business of the country, ... The
Constitution gives to Congress the right to coin money and regulate the value
thereof, and to borrow money on the credit of the United States. ... a piece of
green paper on. which is printed a promise to give another piece just like it, or
gold, for it, at no.
|In mid-19th century, the U.S. population was still overwhelmingly rural, not so |
much by choice as by necessity. ... to the United States looking for a piece of land
to call their own, and nearing the end of the nation's first century, many
|Being almost imperishable, when properly secured una preserve d, their |
accumulation occasions no actual loss, as (he time must, m all ... and great
losses consequently occasioned, and also the necessity of large deposites in .
different sections of such an extensive country, ... and, with the exception of the
six-pounders, amounting to 344, and a few of the heavier pieces, are considered
|February, 1778, that between the' United States and England could not be |
construed to impair it. Nor is the prohibition a departure from the neutrality of the
United States. A nation, to violate its neutrality, must manisest a partiality for one
of the belligerent powers, must accord favours not ... essential in the prosecution
of the war, if granted by a neutral to one belligerent power, and of necessity
resused to ...
|It is admitted, that the interests of the several states may not coincide, in every |
particular instance ; neither do those of the different ... of making general
regulations, for the benefit of the commerce, or other common concerns of- the
united states. ... Those who contemplate our national policy, at a distance, free
from the bias of local prejudice, party, and private ... L E T T E R I, GREAT stress
has been laid by several political writers, on the necessity the united states will
be under, for a ...
|The United States rejected and defeated this draft stating thatitcould not adopt |
arule banning imports simply because ... Mexican artifacts were being looted
from sitesand illegally exported to the United States, emphasized the necessity of
... pieces involved were not known or registered with theMexican government,
andso the courtruledthat while itwas ... the United States unlike most
othercountries, does not havea formalgovernment body establishing a national
cultural property policy.
|consisting of prose, poetry, and dialogue: drawn chiefly from the most approved |
writers of Great Britain and America: including a variety of pieces suitable for very
young ... NECESSITY OF A PURE NATIONAL MORALITY. ... Be not deceived.
|The claim of the primacy of the invoking State's factual assessment of the |
emergency situation, however, is hardly new. ... this entirely depends the
question whether a gross insult has or has not been offered to the Government
and people of the United States. ... at least with no public hinderance until the
29th of the same month, when several hundred men were collected, and twelve
pieces of ordnance, ...
|"It is fervently hoped that the United States will not fail to use its overwhelming |
power in this ... He also saw naval policy as a way to support national policies
and interests that "comprehended" the character, number, and ... As he stated
earlier, the defeat of the Axis did not mean that the United States was relieved of
the necessity of maintaining the Navy. ... that this revised naval policy did not
become "a piece of paper" on the walls, Alford saw the need for a "definite"
program of national ...