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But it seemed to them that a reprint in America of the views of an author so well
entitled to regard and confidence, without any correction of the few errors or
mistakes that might be found, would be in effect to give authenticity to the whole
If the State is in need of money, a town can neither give nor withhold the supplies.
If the Stale projects a road, the township cannot refuse to let it cross its territory; if
a police regulation is made by the State, it must be enforced by the town.
In democratic States organized on the principles of the American re. publics, this
is more especially the case, where the authority of the majority is so absolute and
so irresistible, that a man must give up his rights as a citizen, and almost abjure ...
Utility of discriminating the natural propensities of the members of the legal
profession.—These men called upon to act a prominent part in future society—In
what manner the peculiar pursuits of lawyers give an aristocratic turn to their
Not only have these wild tribes receded, but they are destroyed✻; and as they
give way or perish, an immense and increasing people fills their place. There is
no instance upon record of so prodigious a growth, or so rapid a destruction ; the
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The social state of these tribes differed also in many respects from all that was seen in the Old World. They seemed to have multiplied freely in the midst of their deserts, without coming in contact with other races more civilized than their own.