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" If we compare the present condition of our Union with its actual state at the close of our Revolution, the history of the world furnishes no example of a progress. in improvement in all the important circumstances which constitute the happiness of a nation,... "
The New Monthly Magazine - Page 53
edited by - 1824
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Annual Register

History - 1824
...hope that other powers will pursue the same course. If we compare the present condition of our union with its actual state at the close of our revolution,...At the first epoch, our population did not exceed 3,000,000. By the last census it amounted to about 10,000,000, and, what is more extraordinary, it...
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Journal: 1st-13th Congress . Repr. 14th Congress, 1st Session - 50th ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1823
...hope that other powers will pursue the same course. If we compare the present condition of our Union with its actual state at the close of our Revolution,...At the first epoch, our population did not exceed three millions. By the last census. it amounted to about ten millions, and, what is more extraordinary,...
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The Monthly magazine

Monthly literary register - 1823
...will pursue the same course. If we compare the present condition of on г union with its actual st.tte at the close of our revolution, the history of the world furnishes no example ot a progress in improvement in all the important circumstances which constitute the happiness of a...
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Annual Register, Volume 65

Edmund Burke - History - 1824
...hope that other powers will pursue the same course. If we compare the present condition of our union with its actual state at the close of our revolution,...At the first epoch, our population did not exceed 3,000,000. By the last census it amounted to about 10,000,000, and, what is more extraordinary, it...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 65

Edmund Burke - History - 1824
...hope that other powers will pursue the same course. If we compare the present condition of our union with its actual state at the close of our revolution,...At the first epoch, our population did not exceed 3,000,000. By the last census it amounted to about 10,000,000, and, what is more extraordinary, it...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and ..., Volume 65

Edmund Burke - History - 1824
...hope that other powers will pursue the same course. If we compare the present condition of our union with its actual state at the close of our revolution,...At the first epoch, our population did not exceed 3,000,000. By the last census it amounted to about 10,000,000, and, what is more extraordinary, it...
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A National Calendar ..., Volume 5

Peter Force - United States - 1824
...course. If we compare the present condition of our Union, with its actual state at the close of out revolution, the history of the world furnishes no...it. At the first epoch our population did not exceed three millions. By the i.ist census it amounted to about ten millions, and what is more extraordinary,...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

English poetry - 1825
...dollars. The message concludes as follows : — " If we compare the present condition of our union with its actual state at the close of our revolution,...At the first epoch, our population did not exceed three million. By the last census it amounted to about ten million, and, what is more extraordinary,...
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A history of the United States of America: from the first discovery to the ...

Charles Augustus Goodrich - History - 1825 - 421 pages
...held the following strong and eloquent language : " If we compare the present condition of our union with its actual state at the close of our revolution,...circumstances which constitute the happiness of a nation, whicli bears any resemblance to it. At the first epoch our population did not exceed three millions....
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1825
...we shall record statements like the following. " If we compare the present condition of our Union, with its actual state at the close of our Revolution, the history of the world furnishes uo example of a progress in improvement in alt the important circumstances which constitute the happiness...
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