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" When to these are added, — that a site at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation for its reception ; — that the inland navigation of the... "
The Monthly magazine - Page 525
by Monthly literary register - 1805
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 22

1806
...river is chofeu for ilie permanent feat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation fr its reception ; that the inland navigation of the...above-mentioned ; and that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement, at a fmall expence, through the moll fertile parts of Virginia in a ibufherly...
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The Correspondence of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart: With ...

Sir John Sinclair - Agriculturists - 1831
...site at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation...river is nearly completed to the extent abovementioned ; — that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement at a small expense, through the most...
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The correspondence of ... sir John Sinclair, Volume 2

sir John Sinclair (1st bart.) - 1831
...site at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation...river is nearly completed to the extent abovementioned ; — that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement at a small expense, through the most...
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The Correspondence of the Right Honourable Sir John Sinclair, Bart: With ...

Sir John Sinclair - Agriculturists - 1831
...the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation for its reception;—thai the inland navigation of the river is nearly completed to the extent abovementioned;—that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement at a small expense, through...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. V. Speeches and messages to Congress ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - Presidents - 1837
...site, at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation for its reception ; that the inland navigation is nearly completed, to the extent above mentioned; that its lateral branches are capable of great...
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THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON, Volume 12

George Washington - United States - 1837
...site, at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation for its reception ; that the inland navigation is nearly completed, to the extent above mentioned; that its lateral branches are capable of great...
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Geographical and statistical

John Macgregor - America - 1847
...site at the junction of the inland and tide navigation of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation...above-mentioned ; and that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement, at a small expense, through the most fertile parts of Virginia in a southerly...
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The Life of General Washington, First President of the United States, Volume 2

Charles Wentworth Upham - 1856
...at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river, is chosen for the permanent seat of the General Government, and is in rapid preparation for its reception ; that the inland navigation is nearly completed, to the extent above mentioned; that its lateral branches are capable of great...
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The Beginnings of Agriculture in America

Lyman Carrier - Agriculture - 1923 - 323 pages
...site at the junction of the inland and tide navigations of that river is chosen for the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation...is nearly completed to the extent above-mentioned; — that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement at a small expense, through the most...
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The Beginnings of Agriculture in America

Lyman Carrier - Agriculture - 1923 - 323 pages
...the permanent seat of the general government, and is in rapid preparation for its reception;—that the inland navigation of the river is nearly completed to the extent above-mentioned;— that its lateral branches are capable of great improvement at a small expense, through the most fertile...
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