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" An enlarged philanthropy and an enlightened forecast concur in imposing on the national councils an obligation to take a deep interest in their destinies, to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good will, to regard the progress of events, and not to be unprepared... "
The Edinburgh annual register - Page 330
1813
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The Congressional Reporter

1811
...interest in their destinies ; to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good will; to regard the progress of events, and not to be unprepared for whatever order...of our commercial laws. The practice of smuggling, \vhich is odious every where, and particularly criminal in free governments, where, the laws being...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volume 20

William Cobbett - 1811
...interest in their destinies; to cherish ' reciprocal sentiments of good will ; toregard ' l/ie progress of events ; and not to be unprepared for whatever order of things may ' be ultimately established." -Let any one look at the map of America, and he will be at once convinced, that there must exist a...
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Niles' National Register, Volume 1

1812
...interest in their desti nies ; to ehcris^ reciprocal sentiments of good will ; to regard the progress of events ; and not to be unprepared for whatever...of our situation, the early attention of congress wii! be due to the expediency of further guards against evasions and infractions of our commercial...
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The Edinburgh Annual Register, Volume 4, Part 2

Walter Scott - 1813
...for whatever order of things may1 be ultimately established. Under another aspect of our "MtW ation, the early attention of congress will be due to the expediency of further guards against evasions and infraction** of our commercial laws. " of smuggling, which is odioua e where, and particularly criminal...
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The History of the War, Between the United States and Great-Britain, which ...

John Russell - 1815 - 402 pages
...interest in their destinies : to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good will ; to regard the progress of events ; and not to be unprepared for whatever...commercial laws. The practice of smuggling, which is odious fevery where, and particularly criminal in free governments, where the laws being made by all, for...
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the Accession ...

1815
...interest in their destinies; to eherish reeiproeal sentiments of good will; to regard the progress of events ; and not to be unprepared for whatever order of things may be ultimately established. Tinder another aspeet of our situation, the early attention of Congress will be due t<> the expedieney...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 1

1816
...interest in their destinies ; to cherish rtciproc.il sentiments of pood will ; to regard the progress ot events ; and not to be unprepared for whatever order...commercial laws. The practice of smuggling, which is od.ous every where, and particularly criminal in free governments, where the laws being made by all...
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

1817
...interest in their destinies ; to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good will : to regard the progress of events ; and not to be unprepared for whatever...against evasions and infractions of our commercial lawa. The practice of smuggling, which is odious everv where, and particularly criminal in free governments,...
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History of the Wars Occasioned by the French Revolution, from the ..., Volume 2

C. H. Gifford - 1817
...interest in their destinies ; to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good-will ; to regard the progress farther guards against evasions and infractions of our commercial laws. The practice of smuggling,...
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The Writings of James Madison: 1808-1819

James Madison - 1819
...interest in their destinies, to cherish reciprocal sentiments of good will, to regard the progress of events, and not to be unprepared for whatever order...commercial laws. The practice of smuggling, which is odious everywhere, and particularly criminal in free governments, where, the laws being made by all for the...
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