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" There is not a slaveholder," says Judge Warner of Georgia (and, in saying this, he only expressed the general sentiment), "in this house or out of it, but who knows perfectly well, that, whenever slavery is confined within certain specified limits, its... "
THE AMERICAN WAR - Página 25
por NEWMAN HALL, LL.D. - 1863
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Democratic Speeches on Kansas: Pamphlet Vol.], Volumen1

1856
...it, but Who knows perfectly welj that whenever itavcry ii confined wiUtin certain special limits, tit future existence is doomed ; it is only a question of time as to iu final destruction. ± <\n . ctSHOT BE COXFIIKD within certain rpccificd :Uimiu WITHOUT PRODCCINO...
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The Living Age ..., Volumen75

1862
...slaveholder," says Judge Warner, of Georgia, and in saying this he only expressed the general sentiment, " in this house or out of it, but who knows perfectly...to its final destruction. You may take any single slavehulding county in the Southern States, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated...
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The Slave Power: Its Character, Career, and Probable Designs: Being an ...

John Elliott Cairnes - 1862 - 171 páginas
...slavery. " There is not a slaveholder," says Judge Warner of Georgia, " in this 94 SLA VER Y MIGEA TOR Y. house or out of it, but who knows perfectly well that,...to its final destruction. You may take any single slaveholdiug county, in the Southern States, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated...
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The Popular lecturer [afterw.] Pitman's Popular lecturer (and ..., Volúmenes7-9

Henry Pitman - 1863
...exists, but only resolved to prevent its extension :— "There is not a slaveholder (said the judge) in this house, or out of it, but who knows perfectly...destruction. You may take any single slaveholding country in the Southern States, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated to any...
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Dissertations and Discussions: Political, Philosophical, and ..., Volumen3

John Stuart Mill - 1873
...knows perfectly well, that, whenever slavery is confined within certain specified limits, its fntnre existence is doomed : it is only a ' question of time...to its final destruction. You may take any single slavcholding county in the Southern States, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated...
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Dissertations and Discussions: Political, Philosophical, and ..., Volumen3

John Stuart Mill - 1874 - 408 páginas
...it, but who knows perfectlv well, that, whenever slavery is confined within certain specified limit*, its future existence is doomed : it is only a question...to its final destruction. You may take any single elaveholding county in the Southern States, in which t]\c great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated...
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Practical Treatise on the Construction of Iron Highway Bridges, for the Use ...

Alfred Pancoast Boller - 1876 - 144 páginas
...does not imply that it requires no further care after it is once finished. When iron is neglected, it is only a question of time as to its final destruction. A large bar will rust out only less rapidly than a small one, or a thick plate than a thin one, and...
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The Constitutional and Political History of the United States, Volumen5

Hermann Von Holst - 1885
...Georgia said in the house of representatives on the 1st of April, 1856 : " There is not a slaveholder in this house or out of it, but who knows perfectly...to its final destruction. You may take any single slaveholdiug county in the southern states, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated...
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Dissertations and Discussions: Political, Philosophical, and ..., Volumen3

John Stuart Mill - 1882
...slaveholder," says Judge Warner of Georgia (and, in saying this, he only expressed the general sentiment), "in this house or out of it, but who knows perfectly...to its final destruction. You may take any single elaveholding county in the Southern States, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated...
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Pitman's Popular Lecturer and Reader, Volumen8

1863
...exists, but only resolved to prevent its extension : — "There is not a slaveholder (said the judge) in this house, or out of it, but who knows perfectly...destruction. You may take any single slaveholding country in the Southern States, in which the great staples of cotton and sugar are cultivated to any...
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