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" I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union; no advantages to be derived from it; and objections to it of a strong, and, in my judgment, decisive character. "
American Slavery and Colour - Página 55
por William Chambers - 1857 - 216 páginas
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"Liberty."

Julius Rubens Ames - 1839 - 141 páginas
...might follow. I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union ; no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections...a strong, and in my judgment, decisive character. — Address in Niblo't Garden, 1337. WILLIAM JAY. Fellow citizens, a crisis has arrived in which we...
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Speeches and Forensic Arguments, Volumen3

Daniel Webster - 1843
...might follow. I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union ; no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections...as it is, without diminution and without addition. Gentlemen, I pass to other subjects. The rapid advancement of the Executive authority is a topic which...
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The Legion of Liberty!: And Force of Truth, Containing the Thoughts, Words ...

Julius Rubens Ames, Benjamin Lundy - 1843 - 308 páginas
...might follow. I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union ; no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections...a strong, and in my judgment, decisive character. — Jiddressin JVtMo's Garden, 1S37. • WILLIAM JAY. Fellow eitizens, a erisis has arrived in which...
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The Anti-Texass [!] Legion: Protest of Some Free Men, States and Presses ...

Julius Rubens Ames, Benjamin Lundy - 1845 - 72 páginas
...might follow. I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union ; no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections...a strong, and in my judgment, decisive character. — Jlddressin Jfiblo'i Garden, 1S37. WILLIAM JAY. Fellow citizens, a crisis has arrived in which we...
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Niles' National Register, Volumen66

1844
...might follow. "I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the union, no advantages to be derived from it; and objections to it, of a strong, and n my judgment, decisive character. dent on the metropolitan governments, renders those transactions...
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Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster: On the Subject of Slavery. Delivered in ...

Daniel Webster - 1850 - 39 páginas
...different. * * * " I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union — no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections to it of a strong, and, in my judgment, of a decisive character." 21 Mr. WEBSTER. I have nothing, sir, to add to, nor to take hack from those...
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SPEECH OF HON. DANIEL WEBSTER

1850
...I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union — no advantage to be derived from it; and objections to it of a strong, and, in my judgment, of a decisive character." Mr. WEBSTER. I have nothing, sir, to add to, nor to take from, those sentiments....
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The Works of Daniel Webster ...: Speeches in Congress, and legal arguments ...

Daniel Webster - 1851
...different " I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union ; no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections...strong, and, in my judgment, decisive character." I have nothing, Sir, to add to, or to take from, those sentiments. That speech, the Senate will perceive,...
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The Works of Daniel Webster

Daniel Webster - 1853
...might follow. I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union; no advantages to be derived from it; and objections to...as it is, without diminution and without addition. Gentleman, I pass to other subjects. The rapid advancement of the executive authority is a topic which...
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THE WORKS

DANIEL WEBSTER - 1853
...might follow. I see, therefore, no political necessity for the annexation of Texas to the Union ; no advantages to be derived from it ; and objections...to remain as it is, without diminution and without ad-% dition. Gentleman, I pass to other subjects. The rapid advancement of the executive authority...
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