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" No other single operation, within the power of government, can more effectually tend to strengthen and perpetuate that union which secures external independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty. "
Senate Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Public Documents and Executive ... - Page 6
by United States. Congress. Senate - 1815
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The Monthly Magazine, Or, British Register, Volume 26

British periodicals - 1808 - 704 pages
...power of government, can more effectually tend to strengtlien and perpetuate that union, which secure* external independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty. With that view of the subject, the fact! respecting canals, which have been collected in pursuance of the resolution of the senate, have...
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The Literary panorama, Volume 5, Issue 1809

1809 - 672 pages
...within the power of government, can more effectually tend to strength7771 [,-50 en and perpetuare tV.ít union, which secures external independence, domestic...facts respecting canals, which have been collected in pursuanceof the resolution of thesenate.havebeen arranged undei the followinghearis: 1. Great caral*,...
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The Historical Register of the United States, Volume 3

Thomas H. Palmer - United States - 1814 - 602 pages
...the federal government is recommended by still more important considerations. The inccn. veniencies, complaints, and perhaps dangers, which may result...With that view of the subject, the facts respecting canab, which have been collected in pursuance of the resolution of the senate, have been arranged under...
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The American Monthly Magazine and Critical Review, Volume 3

H. Biglow, Orville Luther Holley - American literature - 1818 - 500 pages
...personal intercourse, and unite, by a still more intimate community of interests, the remote sections of the United States. No other single operation within...independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty,'* The next great man we shall emote is Joel Barlow. He observes, that ' public improvements, such as...
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The Necessity of a Ship-canal Between the East and the West

Chicago (Ill.). Committee on Statistics - Canals - 1863 - 50 pages
...people by a still more intimate community of interests. In that report he states, " No other single power of government can more effectually tend to strengthen...independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty." There has, from the adoption of the Constitution, existed a class of men who viewed with extreme distrust...
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Proceedings of the National Ship-Canal Convention, Held at the City of ...

Canada - 1863 - 256 pages
...people by a still more intimate community of interests. In that report he states, — "No other single power of government can more effectually tend to strengthen...independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty." There has, from the adoption of the Constitution, existed a class of men who viewed with extreme distrust...
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The Necessity of a Ship-canal Between the East and the West: Report of the ...

Canals - 1863 - 46 pages
...people by a still more intimate community of interests. In that report he states, "No other single power of government can more effectually tend to strengthen...independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty." There has, from the adoption of the Constitution, existed a class of men who viewed with extreme distrust...
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Drainage Channel and Waterway: A History of the Effort to Secure an ...

George P. Brown (Engineer) - Chicago Drainage Canal - 1894 - 536 pages
...said, "can no otherwise be radically removed or prevented than by opening speedy and easy communication through all its parts. Good roads and canals will...independence, domestic peace and internal liberty." Referring to the natural communication between Lake Michigan and the Mississippi he said of the Illinois...
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Studies in American History: A Survey of American History Source Extracts

Howard Walter Caldwell - United States - 1898 - 268 pages
...ruinous loss of interest on a dormant capital, and reducing the real expense to its lowest rate. . . . The inconveniences, complaints, and perhaps dangers,...independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty. . . . [The improvements he therefore suggests as] most important to facilitate the communication between...
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A Survey of American History: Source Extracts, Volume 1

Howard Walter Caldwell - United States - 1900 - 654 pages
...ruinous loss of interest on a dormant capital, and reducing the real expense to its lowest rate. . . . The inconveniences, complaints, and perhaps dangers,...independence, domestic peace, and internal liberty. . . . [The improvements he therefore suggests as] most important to facilitate the communication between...
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