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" Such a prohibition would be idle, as it respects any effect it would have upon the territory ; and I would not take pains uselessly to reaffirm an ordinance of nature, nor to reenact the will of God. "
The Principles of Argumentation - Halaman 31
oleh George Pierce Baker, Henry Barrett Huntington - 1905 - 677 halaman
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 92

1850
...Rome. 365 would be idle, as respects any effect it would have upon the territory ; and I would not take pains to reaffirm an ordinance of Nature, nor to re-enact the will of God.' Now though Mr. Webster thinks that New Mexico will be slowly peopled, yet the rush of adventurers upon...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 73

1853
...slavery, so that he would not take the trouble of prohibiting it. " I would not take pains uselessly to re-affirm an ordinance of nature, nor to re-enact the will of God." Yet all experience, ancient and modern, in Europe and America, is opposed to Webster's doctrine. Taking...
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The New Englander

1850
...be idle ;" and this great statesman, confiding in the relations of geography to slavery, " would not take pains to re-affirm an ordinance of nature, nor to re-enact the will of God." The prohibition of slavery in Oregon, for which Mr. Webster himself voted, was, in his opinion, "entirely...
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New Englander and Yale Review, Volume 8

Edward Royall Tyler, William Lathrop Kingsley, George Park Fisher, Timothy Dwight - 1850
...and this great statesman, confiding in the relations of geography to slavery, " would not take paina to re-affirm an ordinance of nature, nor to re-enact the will of God." The prohibition of slavery in Oregon, for which Mr. Webster himself voted, was, in his opinion, " entirely...
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SPEECH OF HON. DANIEL WEBSTER

1850
...prohibition would be idle, as it respects any effect it would have upon the Territory ; and I would not take pains to re-affirm an ordinance of Nature, nor to re-enact the will of God. And I would put in no Wilmot proviso for the mere purpose of a taunt or a reproach. I would put into...
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Speech of the Hon. Daniel Webster: On the Subject of Slavery. Delivered in ...

Daniel Webster - 1850 - 39 halaman
...prohibition would be idle, as it respects any effect it would have upon the Territory; and I would not take pains to reaffirm an ordinance of Nature, nor to reenact the will of God. And I would put in no Wilmot Proviso, for the purpose of a taunt or a reproach. I would put into it...
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Slavery: Letters and Speeches

Horace Mann - 1851 - 564 halaman
...then condemns me for making it. The original passage in his speech read as follows : " I would not take pains to reaffirm an ordinance of Nature, nor to reenact the will of God." This was the sentiment I criticized. It appears in these words in the National Intelligencer, in the...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volume 22

John Holmes Agnew, Walter Hilliard Bidwell - 1851
...prohibition would bo idle, as respects any effect it would have upon the territory ; and I would not take pains to reaffirm an ordinance of Nature, nor to re-enact the will of God." Now, though Mr. Webster thinks that New Mexico will be slowly peopled, yet che rush of adventurers...
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Slavery: Letters and Speeches

Horace Mann - 1851 - 564 halaman
...then condemns me for making it. The original passage in his speech read as follows : " I would not take pains to reaffirm an ordinance of Nature, nor to reenact the will of God." This was the sentiment I criticized. It appears in these words in the National Intelligencer, in the...
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Notes on North America, Agricultural, Economical, and Social, Volume 2

James Finlay Weir Johnston - 1851
...idle as respects any effect it would have upon the territory ; and I would not take pains uselessly to re-affirm an ordinance of nature, nor to re-enact the will of God." To the first of these reasons of Mr Webster, it was answered, that the treaty with Texas was unconstitutional,...
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