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" And, although the General has so frequently given it as his opinion in the most public and explicit manner, that, unless the principles of the Federal Government were properly supported, and the powers of the Union increased, the honor, dignity, and justice... "
George Washington - Seite 17
von Henry Cabot Lodge - 1917 - 776 Seiten
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The Nation's Birthday: Chicago's Centennial Celebration of Washington's ...

Chicago (Ill.). Committee on Centennial Celebration of Washington's Inauguration, 1789, Union League Club of Chicago. Committee on Centennial Celebration - 1889 - 325 Seiten
...about to disband the army he had led to victory, he addressed these words of farewell to his comrades: "Although the General has so frequently given it as...the nation would be lost forever, yet he cannot help leaving it as his last injunction to every officer and every soldier who may view the subject in the...
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The Writings of George Washington, Band 10

George Washington - 1891
...conduct, which shall be adopted by them when they are mingled with the great body of the community. And, although the General has so frequently given it as...would be lost forever ; yet he cannot help repeating, or this occasion, so interesting a sentiment, and leaving it as his last injunction to every officer...
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Maxims of Washington: Compiled for Use in Schools, Libraries, and All ...

George Washington - 1894 - 423 Seiten
...which is, in many cases, to do nothing at all. Unless the principles of the Federal Government are properly supported, and the powers of the Union increased, the honor, dignity, and justice of the nation will be lost for ever. To me it is a solecism in politics, indeed it is one of the most extraordinary...
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History of the United States of America: From the Discovery of the ..., Band 6

George Bancroft - 1896
...but one patriotic band of brothers. " Although the general," these are the words of his last order, " has so frequently given it as his opinion in the most...the nation would be lost forever, yet he cannot help leaving it as his last injunction to every officer and every soldier to add • John Murray's thanksgiving...
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Public Papers of Governor, Band 7

New York (State). Governor - 1904
...conduct, which shall be adopted by them when they are mingled with the great body of the community. And, although the General has so frequently given it as...; yet he cannot help repeating, on this occasion, sointeresting a sentiment, and leaving it as his last injunction to every officer and every soldier,...
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History of the United States from the Earliest Discovery of America ..., Band 6

Elisha Benjamin Andrews - 1909
...for the welfare of the nation as a whole. In an appeal to the army, he again expressed his opinion that "unless the principles of the federal government...dignity, and justice of the nation would be lost." From Mount Vernon, he continued to urge his views in letters to prominent men throughout the country....
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A History of the United States and Its People: From Their Earliest ..., Band 6

Elroy McKendree Avery - 1909
...for the welfare of the nation as a whole. In an appeal to the army, he again expressed his opinion that "unless the principles of the federal government...dignity, and justice of the nation would be lost." From Mount Vernon, he continued to urge his views in letters to prominent men throughout the country....
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A Short History of the American People ..., Band 1

1922
...question, whether the American people would be equal to their great task. Independence was won but " unless the principles of the federal government were...and justice of the nation would be lost forever." Nor was the possibility of failure overlooked by friends and enemies abroad. The same Turgot who greeted...
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Special News Releases Relating to the Life and Time of George Washington, Band 1

United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission - 1932 - 612 Seiten
...the community." The same appeal went forth again in his last address to the army when he said: "And, although the General has so frequently given it as...justice of the nation would be lost forever; yet he can not help repeating, on this occasion, so interesting a sentiment, and leaving it as a last injunction...
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Presidents Above Party: The First American Presidency, 1789-1829

Ralph Ketcham - 1987 - 269 Seiten
..."want of energy in the Federal Constitution" (meaning the Articles of Confederation), and he warned that "unless the principles of the federal government...supported and the powers of the union increased, the honour, dignity, and justice of the nation would be lost forever." He often declared that government...
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