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" ought to be no object with us. On the contrary, until we have a little time allowed to open and make easy the ways between the Atlantic States and the western territory, the obstructions had better remain." He was right in describing himself as " singular... "
George Washington - Seite 16
von Henry Cabot Lodge - 1889
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Transactions, Band 7

1905
...navigation of the Mississippi, at this time, ought to be no object with us ; on the contrary, till we have a little time allowed to open and make easy...western territory, the obstructions had better remain. There is nothing which binds one country, or one state, to another, but interest; without this cement,...
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Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Band 7

1905
...navigation of the Mississippi, at this time, ought to be no object with us ; on the contrary, till we have a little time allowed to open and make easy...western territory, the obstructions had better remain. There is nothing which binds one country, or one state, to another, but interest; without this cement,...
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George Washington

Woodrow Wilson - 1905 - 333 Seiten
...against the commerce offered him, and hoped that things might stand so until there should have been " a little time allowed to open and make easy the ways...Atlantic States and the western territory." , The opening of the upper reaches of the Potomac to navigation had long been a favorite object with Washington;now...
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The Confederation and the Constitution, 1783-1789, Band 10

Andrew C. McLaughlin - 1905 - 348 Seiten
...there was no haste, and the wisest of them all said frankly, more than once, that until there was time to open and make easy the ways between the Atlantic states and the western country the obstruction of the Mississippi would not be harmful. "There is nothing," wrote Washington'to*...
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Writings of George Washington

George Washington - 1908 - 567 Seiten
...opinion may be, I cannot divest myself of it, that the navigation of the Mississippi, at this time, ought to be no object with us. On the contrary, until...the Atlantic States and the western territory, the obstruction had better remain. There is nothing that binds one county or one State to another, but...
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The Story-life of Washington: A Life-history in Five Hundred True ..., Band 2

Wayne Whipple - 1911
...may be, I cannot divest myself of it, that the navigation of the Mississippi, at this time [1785], ought to be no object with us. On the contrary, until...himself as "singular" in his views on this matter, which was just then exciting much attention. George Washington, Henry Cabot Lodge, Vol. II, p. 13. The Long-expected...
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Biennial report of the Louisiana State Board of Health. 1884/85 excerpta

1885
...cannot divest •"myself of it, that the navigation of the Mississippi at this time, -"ought to In; no object with us. On the contrary, until we have..."the Atlantic States and the Western territory, the obstruction •' had better remain. ****#*** " the whole voyage together, than it can be carried to...
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Harper's Magazine, Band 93

Henry Mills Alden, Frederick Lewis Allen, Lee Foster Hartman, Thomas Bucklin Wells - 1896
...against the commerce offered him, and hoped that things might stand so until there should have been "a little time allowed to open and make easy the ways...the Atlantic States and the western territory." The opening of the upper reaches of the Potomac to navigation had long been a favorite object with Washington...
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The Whiskey Rebellion: Frontier Epilogue to the American Revolution

Thomas P. Slaughter - 1988 - 291 Seiten
...goal of negotiations with Spain. “The navigation of the Mis. sissippi,” he wrote, “at this time ought to be no object with us. On the contrary, until...the Atlantic states and the western territory, the obstruc' tion had better remain. There is nothing which binds one country or one state to another but...
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Steamboats Come True: American Inventors in Action

James Thomas Flexner - 1992 - 406 Seiten
...the opinion may be, I cannot divest myself of it, that the navigation of the Mississippi at this time ought to be no object with us. On the contrary, until we have a little time to open and make easy the ways between the Atlantic states and the western territory, the obstruction...
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