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American Opinions on the "Alabama," and Other Political Questions (Classic ...
John W. Dwinelle
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American Opinions on the Alabama,: And Other Political Questions
John Whipple Dwinelle
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Page 60 - Treaty; and all claims, with the like exception, on the part of Corporations, Companies, or private individuals, subjects of Her Britannic Majesty , upon the Government of the United States...
Page 31 - I would rather be handed down to posterity as the builder of a dozen AlaIm-inas than as the man who applies himself deliberately to set class against class, and to cry up the institutions of another country which, when they come to be tested, are of no value whatever, and which reduce the very name of liberty to an utter absurdity.
Page 59 - Government as well as by its citizens. The injuries resulting to the United States by reason of the course adopted by Great Britain .during our late civil war...