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State of the Union 1855 - Franklin Pierce

... and vast commercial interests of the United States. In view of this fact and of the acknowledged wisdom of the policy of a gradual and systematic increase of the Navy an appropriation is recommended for the construction of six steam sloops ...

State of the Union 1893 - Grover Cleveland

... number has been reduced to 1,850 persons. In view of a depleted public Treasury and the imperative demand of the people for economy in the administration of their Government, the Secretary has entered upon the task of rationally reducing expenditures by ...

Le Roy v. Tatham - The Supreme Court of the United States

... continuation said: " "That it was not essential, under the section of the statue referred to, that the patentees should take active means for the purpose of putting their invention in market and forcing a sale, but that they should at all ...

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State of the Union 1836 (written) - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... himself, or were already withdrawn in consequence of the impressive warnings their commanding officer had received from the Department of War. It is hoped and believed that his Government will take a more dispassionate and just view of this subject, and ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 5.2) - Thucydides

... that in the first days of the summer following the Boeotians occupied the place and sent away the Lacedaemonian Agesippidas for misgovernment, fearing that the town might be taken by the Athenians while the Lacedaemonians were distracted with the affairs ...

The History of Herodotus, Vol I (Chap. 4) - Herodotus

... of Dareios himself 1 against the Scythians took place: for now that Asia was flourishing in respect of population, and large sums were being gathered in as revenue, Dareios formed the desire to take vengeance upon the Scythians, because they had ...

State of the Union 1837 - Martin Van Buren

... deposit act, has always been allowed, even during the existence of a national bank, to make a temporary use of the State banks in particular places for the safe-keeping of portions of the revenue. This discretionary power might be continued if ...

Cape Cod: Chapter 9 (The Sea and the Desert) - Henry David Thoreau

... shiftlessness and a grovelling taste take refuge in a merely ant-like industry. Better go without your dinner, I thought, than be thus everlastingly fishing for it like a cormorant. Of course, viewed from the shore, our pursuits in the country appear not a whit ...

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Rasul v. Bush - The Supreme Court of the United States

... Court have placed a gloss on the phrase "within their respective jurisdictions" in 2241 which allows jurisdiction in these cases. That is not so. In fact, the only case in point holds just the opposite (and just what the statute plainly ...

State of the Union 1877 - Rutherford B. Hayes

... deemed just.    The report of the Commissioners shows that the affairs of the District are in a condition as satisfactory as could be expected in view of the heavy burden of debt resting upon it and its very limited means for ...

State of the Union 1847 - James K. Polk

... his own convictions of the propriety of issuing it, in a proclamation of the 11th of May, 1847. In this spirit of liberality and conciliation, and with a view to prevent the body of the Mexican population from taking up arms against ...

State of the Union 1895 - Grover Cleveland

... and still continues.    In view of the growth of our interests in foreign countries and the encouraging prospects for a general expansion of our commerce, the question of an improvement in the consular service has increased in importance and urgency. Though ...

King Arthur: Book 12 of 12 - Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... corpse of Caradoc?Before dawn, the burial takes place?The Prophet by the grave of the Bard?Merlin?s address to the Cymrians, whom he dismisses to the walls, in announcing the renewed assault of the Saxons?Merlin then demands a sacrifice ...

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The Piazza Tales (Benito Cereno) - Herman Melville

... Benito?" asked Captain Delano; "if it was not something very serious, take a fool's advice, and, in view of his general docility, as well as in some natural respect for his spirit, remit him his penalty." "No, no, master never will ...

State of the Union 1897 - William McKinley

... , feasibility, and cost of construction of the Nicaragua Canal, with a view of making complete plans for the entire work of construction of such canal," is now employed in the undertaking. In the future I shall take occasion to transmit to Congress ...

State of the Union 1900 - William McKinley

... by taking measures to promote the waterway.   Overtures for a convention to effect the building of a canal under the auspices of the United States are under consideration. In the meantime, the views of the Congress upon the general subject, in the ...

Chapter 21: Carter-Reagan-Bush: The Bipartisan Consensus - Howard Zinn

... $14.3 billion in profits. It was the classical imperial situation, where the places with natural wealth became victims of more powerful nations whose power came from that seized wealth. American corporations depended on the poorer countries for 100 percent of ...

Compromise of 1850 - United States Congress

... of said Territory, and assign the judges who maybe appointed for said Territory to the several districts, and also ap- point the times and places for holding courts in the several counties or subdivisions in each of said judicial districts ...

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State of the Union 1835 (written) - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... gold and silver will take their place and become the principal circulating medium in the common business of the farmers and mechanics of the country. The attainment of such a result will form an era in the history of our country ...

The Power Of Images - Paul Zanker

... in place for establishing lines of communication, in form of the ruler cult. There, people had long felt the lack of a genuine ruler and of an empire with which they could identify.      It was inevitable that the West would take ...

Burning Bright - Ray Bradbury

... , not without its strange pleasure. That's all for me, you thought, that's all taking place just for me, by God. If he wished, he could linger here, in comfort, and follow the entire hunt on through its swift. phases, down ...

State of the Union 1910 - William Howard Taft

... American citizens who had regularly enlisted in the ranks of the revolutionists. This and other offenses made it the duty of the American Government to take measures with a view to ultimate reparation and for the safeguarding of its interests. This ...

State of the Union 1857 - James Buchanan

... any opportunities which may offer to effect changes in the existing treaty favorable to American commerce. He left the United States for the place of his destination in July last in the war steamer Minnesota. Special ministers to China have ...

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Herman Melville's “Benito Cereno” - Dr. Katy Evans

... Benito?" asked Captain Delano; "if it was not something very serious, take a fool's advice, and, in view of his general docility, as well as in some natural respect for his spirit, remit him his penalty." "No, no, master never will ...

The Ecnomic Consequences of the Peace, Chapter 4 - J. M. Keynes

... States concerned should be represented more or less in proportion to their interests. The Treaty, however, has made the international character of these rivers a pretext for taking the river system of Germany out of German control. After certain Articles which ...

Chapter 5: A Kind of Revolution - Howard Zinn

... the end of the process believe in it. Here, in the war for liberty, was conscription, as usual, cognizant of wealth. With the impressment riots against the British still remembered, impressment of seamen by the American navy was taking place ...

Civil Rights Cases - The Supreme Court of the United States

... them and providing for their vindication. That would be to establish a code of municipal law regulative of all private rights between man and man in society. It would be to make Congress take the place of the State legislatures and ...

The History of the Peloponnesian War (Chap. 8.1) - Thucydides

... to treat of their revolting from Athens. Agis accepted their proposals, and sent for Alcamenes, son of Sthenelaidas, and Melanthus from Lacedaemon, to take the command in Euboea. These accordingly arrived with some three hundred Neodamodes, and Agis began to ...

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The Condition of the Working-Class in England (Chap. 8) - Friedrich Engels

... should wish to put a proletarian law in the place of the legal fabric of the bourgeoisie. This proposed law is the People?s Charter, which in form is purely political, and demands a democratic basis for the House of Commons. Chartism is ...

State of the Union 1833 - Andrew Jackson (US President)

... before you his reasons for this direction. I concur with him entirely in the view he has taken on the subject, and some months before the removal I urged upon the Department the propriety of taking that step. The near approach of ...

State of the Union 1898 - William McKinley

... session. I cordially urge that the recommendation receive at your hands the consideration which its importance and timeliness merit.    Meanwhile there may be just ground for disquietude in view of the unrest and revival of the old sentiment of opposition and ...

State of the Union 1856 - Franklin Pierce

... Isthmus and satisfactory security for the general interests of the United States.    In addressing to you my last annual message the occasion seems to me an appropriate one to express my congratulations, in view of the peace, greatness, and felicity ...

State of the Union 1886 - Grover Cleveland

... absolutely necessary and well adapted for the management of our Indian affairs and for the ends in view when it was adopted, is in the present stage of Indian management inadequate, standing alone, for the accomplishment of an object which ...

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State of the Union 1868 - President Andrew Johnson

... securities. A system that produces such results is justly regarded as favoring a few at the expense of the many, and has led to the further inquiry whether our bondholders, in view of the large profits which they have enjoyed, would themselves ...

State of the Union 1839 - Martin Van Buren

... held in each of the courts composing the ninth circuit, the distances between the places at which they sit and from thence to the seat of Government, are represented to be such as to render it impossible for the judge ...

State of the Union 1878 - Rutherford B. Hayes

... May 1, 1878, and continued in session until June 4 of the same year, was composed of delegates from nearly all the civilized countries of the world. It adopted a new convention (to take the place of the treaty concluded at Berne October ...

The Six Enneads - 4 - Plotinus

... things as they fall under the Intellectual or the sensible, and we placed the soul in the former class; now, taking its membership of the Intellectual for granted, we must investigate by another path the more specific characteristics of its ...

Frank v. Mangum - The Supreme Court of the United States

... an impartial verdict. But to consider this as standing alone is to take a wholly superficial view. The narrative has no proper place in a petition addressed to a court of the United States except as it may tend to throw light upon ...

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Gibbons v. Ogden - The Supreme Court of the United States

... , and being exercised by, different authorities at the same time. We are accustomed to see it placed, for different purposes, in different hands. Taxation is the simple operation of taking small portions from a perpetually accumulating mass, susceptible of almost infinite ...

Hanson v. Denckla - The Supreme Court of the United States

... in judgment for the trustee so far as the disposition of the property under the power of appointment and the will is concerned. The question in cases of this kind is whether the procedure is fair and just, considering the ...

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