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" States ; that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the supreme power, from a partial compliance with the requisitions of Congress in some of the States, and from a failure of punctuality in others... "
Railway Locomotives and Cars - Page 153
1832
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American Patriotism: Speeches, Letters, and Other Papers which Illustrate ...

Orators - 1880 - 674 pages
...inefficacy of the measures, arising from the want of an adequate authority in the supreme power, from partial compliance with the requisitions of Congress,...and from a failure of punctuality in others, while they tended to damp the zeal of those who were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate...
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The Old South Leaflets: Annual ser

United States - 1886
...means in the particular States ; that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the supreme power, from a partial compliance...punctuality in others, while it tended to damp the zeal of those who were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate the expenses of the war,...
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The Words of Washington: Being Selections from the Most Celebrated of His Papers

George Washington - 1886 - 56 pages
...adequate authority in the supreme power, from partial compliance with the requisitions of Congress, iu some of the states, and from a failure of punctuality in others, while they tended to damp the zeal of those who were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate...
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american prose

george rice carpenter - 1898
...means in the particular States; that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the supreme power, from a partial compliance...punctuality in others, while it tended to damp the zeal of those, which were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate the expenses of the...
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American Prose

George Rice Carpenter - American prose literature - 1898 - 465 pages
...means in the particular States ; that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the supreme power, from a partial compliance...punctuality in others, while it tended to damp the zeal of those, which were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate the expenses of the...
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The North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 2

James Robert Bent Hathaway - Genealogy - 1901
...measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the Supreme power from a partial complyance with the requisitions of Congress in some of the States and from the failure of punctuality on others, while it tended to dampen the Zeal of those who were willing...
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Life and times of Washington, Volume 3

John Frederick Schroeder, Benson John Lossing, Edward Cornelius Towne - 1903
...the particular States ; that the inefficiency of the measures, arising from the want of an adequate authority in the supreme power, from a partial compliance...and from a failure of punctuality in others, while they tended to damp the zeal of those who were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate...
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COLLECTIONS OF THE MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY SECOND SERIES

James Phinney Baxter - 1914
...means in the particular States, that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the Supreme Power, from a partial compliance...punctuality in others, while it tended to damp the zeal of those which were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate the expences of the...
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The Baxter Manuscripts, Volumes 9-24

James Phinney Baxter - Maine - 1914 - 497 pages
...means in the particular States, that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the Supreme Power, from a partial compliance...punctuality in others, while it tended to damp the zeal of those which were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate the expences of the...
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COLLECTIONS OF THE MAINE HISTORICAL SOCIETY SECOND SERIES

James Phinney Baxter - 1914
...means in the particular States, that the inefficacy of measures arising from the want of an adequate authority in the Supreme Power, from a partial compliance...punctuality in others, while it tended to damp the zeal of those which were more willing to exert themselves, served also to accumulate the expences of the...
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