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Page 513 - Nous, GUILLAUME, par la grâce de Dieu, roi des Pays-Bas, prince d'OrangeNassau, grand-duc de Luxembourg, etc., etc., etc.
Page 42 - Adoptée et consacrée par les Plénipotentiaires de l'Autriche, de la France, de la Grande-Bretagne, de la Prusse, de la Russie, de la Sardaigne et de la Turquie...
Page 477 - Léon, d'Aragon, des Deux-Siciles, de Jérusalem, de Navarre, de Grenade, de Tolède, de Valence, de Galice...
Page 646 - You are free members of a flourishing and happy Union. ' There is no settled design to oppress you. You have indeed felt the unequal operation of laws which may have been unwisely, not unconstitutionally passed ; but that inequality must necessarily be removed. At the very moment when you were madly urged on to the unfortunate course you have begun, a change in public opinion had commenced.
Page 648 - I adjure you, as you honor their memory ; as you love the cause of freedom, to which they dedicated their lives, as you prize the peace of your country, the lives of its best citizens, and your own fair fame, to retrace your steps.
Page 640 - ... the designated or implied penalty. A league between independent nations, generally, has no sanction other than a moral one ; or if it should contain a penalty, as there is no common superior, it cannot be enforced. A Government, on the contrary, always has a sanction, express or implied ; and, in our case, it is both necessarily implied and expressly given.
Page 677 - Any parent, guardian, or other person, who shall upbraid, insult, or abuse any teacher in the presence of the school, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and be liable to a fine of not less than ten nor exceeding one hundred dollars.
Page 657 - the die has been at last cast, and South Carolina has at length appealed to her ulterior sovereignty as a member of this Confederacy and has planted herself on her reserved rights. The rightful exercise of this power is not a question which we shall any longer argue. It is sufficient that she has willed it, and that the act is done; nor is its strict compatibility with our constitutional...
Page 839 - Puissances voisines s'étaient renouvelées, et lorsque, le 22 juin 1836, le Directoire, reconnaissant enfin l'insuffisance des mesures prises jusqu'à ce moment, invita les cantons à en adopter de plus efficaces, et dénonça à la France les coupables menées de quelques-uns des étrangers dont le territoire helvétique était devenu l'asile, le gouvernement du roi...
Page 836 - ... en 1834 contre la Savoie par les réfugiés admis en Suisse ; la fâcheuse influence que cette entreprise, hautement condamnée par le Directoire, mais qu'il ne s'était pas trouvé en mesure de prévenir, exerça sur les relations extérieures de la Confédération; les nombreuses et graves complications dont elle fut la source. Il suffirait également de rappeler les machinations bien plus récemment ourdies contre la tranquillité de certains États de l'Allemagne, machinations découvertes...

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