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" The voluntary outpouring of the public feeling, made to-day, from the North to the South, and from the East to the West, proves this sentiment to be both just and natural. "
Speeches and Forensic Arguments - Page 37
by Daniel Webster - 1848
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History of Russia from the foundation of the empire by Rourick to ..., Volume 1

Alphonse Rabbe - 1854
...Russian was one, and perhaps the most powerful of Sclavonic hordes which, at an early period, migrated from the north to the south, and from the east to the west, after the fall of the Roman empire. It does not belong to our subject to inquire whether the Sclavonians...
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The World Encompassed, Volume 16

Sir Francis Drake, Francis Fletcher, William Sandys Wright Vaux - 1854 - 295 pages
...been sayd) it is distinated ilands with the sea, between and among them, from one end to the other, from the North to the South, and from the East to the West, containing many as large passages as that wherof they affirme these things. Besides this, if they imagine...
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The United States Speaker: a Copious Selection of Exercises in Elocution ...

John Epy Lovell - 1855
...itself, loves its finest exhibitions. A irue friend of his country loves her friends and benefactors, snd thinks it no degradation to commend and commemorate...from the east to the west, proves this sentiment to bo both just and natural. In the cities and in the villages, in the public temples and in the family...
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The American Speaker: Containing Numerous Rules, Observations, and Exercises ...

John Frost - 1855 - 444 pages
...Angelo with coldness or contempt. We may be assured, gentlemen, that he who really loves the thing itself, loves its finest exhibitions. A true friend...and commemorate them. The voluntary out-pouring of public feeling made to-day, from the north to the south, and from the east to the west, proves this...
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De Bow's Review, Volume 22

1857
...rapidity that borders on the marvellous. Melbourne bay is studded with ships and steamers of every clime. From the North to the South, and from the East to the West, Christians, Jews, Turks, and infidels alike swarm to this wonderful quarter of the British possessions....
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A History of Indiana, from Its Earliest Exploration by Europeans to the ...

John Brown Dillon - 1859 - 637 pages
...brothers had the happiness to own, and through which all the good words of our chiefs had to pass, from the north to the south, and from the east to the west. Brothers, these people never told us they wished to purchase our lands from us. " Elder brother : I...
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The Union Text Book: Containing Selections from the Writings of Daniel ...

Daniel Webster - 1860 - 504 pages
...Angelo with coldness or contempt. We may be assured, Gentlemen, that he who really loves the thing itself, loves its finest exhibitions. A true friend...proves this sentiment to be both just and natural. la the cities and in the villages, in the public temples and in the family circles, among all ages...
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The Patriotic Preachers of the American Revolution

Frank Moore - 1862 - 368 pages
...expected, she brought forth her children, more numerous than the tribes of Jacob, to possess the land from the north to the south, and from the east to the yet unexplored, far distant west; that with great propriety may we hail every friend of liberty on...
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Freedom and War: Discourses on Topics Suggested by the Times

Henry Ward Beecher - 1863 - 445 pages
...for the well-being of the whole ; not to aggrandize itself, but to enrich every State in the Union, from the North to the South, and from the East to the West. The South are prodigal sous ; they are wasters ; they are destroyers. The North has conservative forces...
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Freedom and War: Discourses on Topics Suggested by the Times

Henry Ward Beecher - 1863 - 445 pages
...for the well-being of the whole ; not to aggrandize itself, but to enrich every State in the Union, from the North to the South, and from the East to the West. The South are prodigal sons ; they are wasters ; they are destroyers. The North has conservative forces...
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