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" Union by the secession of one of its members. When the first was proposed, it was known that it could not be listened to for a moment. It was known, if force was applied to oppose the execution of the laws that it must be repelled by force ; that Congress... "
Messages of Gen. Andrew Jackson: With a Short Sketch of His Life - Page 207
by United States. President (1829-1837 : Jackson) - 1837 - 429 pages
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumes 78-79

1832
...dissolution of our Union by the recession of one of its member*. When the first was proposed, it wai known that it could not be listened to for a moment....to oppose the execution of the laws, that it must he repelled by force — that Congress could nut, without involving itself in disgrace and the country...
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Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York, Volume 56, Issues 1-2

New York (State). Legislature. Assembly - 1833
...leaving the government without the means of support ; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of our Union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet if this is not done in a given day, or if any attempt is made to execute the laws, the State is, by the ordinance,...
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Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volume 1

New York (State). Legislature. Senate - 1833
...leaving the government without the means of support; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of our Union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet if this is not done in a given day, or if any attempt is made to execute the laws, the State is, by the ordinance,...
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Biography of Andrew Jackson: President of the United States, Formerly Major ...

Philo Ashley Goodwin - 1833 - 456 pages
...leaving the Government without the means of support . or an acquiescence in the dissolution of our Union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...ruin, accede to the proposition : and yet if this is not done in a given day, or if any attempt is made to execute the laws, the State is, by the Ordinance,...
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Documents of the Senate of the State of New York, Volume 1

New York (State). Legislature. Senate - 1833
...; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of our Union by the secession of one of its members. Wrhen the first was proposed, it was known that it could...known if force was applied to oppose the execution of (he laws, that it must be repelled by force — that Congress could not, without involving itself in...
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The Glory of America: Comprising Memoirs of the Lives and Glorious Exploits ...

R. Thomas (A.M.) - 1834 - 574 pages
...leaving the Government without the means of support ; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of our Union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...involving itself in disgrace, and the country in. I ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet, if this is not done in a given day, or if any attempt...
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The American Annual Register

1835
...leaving the government without the means of support ; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of the union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet, if this. is not done in a given day, or if any attempt is made to execute the laws, the state is, by the ordinance,...
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The American Annual Register for the Years ..., Or, the ... Year of American ...

1835
...leaving the government without the means of support ; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of the union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...that congress could not, without involving itself in uisgrace, and the country in ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet, if this is not done in a given...
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American Annual Register, Volume 8

Joseph Blunt - 1835
...leaving the government without the means of support ; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of the union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...force ; that congress could not, without involving itselfin disgrace, and the country in ruin, accede to the proposition ; and yet, if this is not done...
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The American Annual Register for the Years ..., Or, the ... Year of American ...

Joseph Blunt - 1835
...leaving the government without the means of support ; or an acquiescence in the dissolution of the union by the secession of one of its members. When the first...to for a moment. It was known if force was applied \o oppose the execution of the laws, that it must be repelled by force; that congress could not, without...
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