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" In other words, that when the Constitution of the United States vests in Congress the power to lay and collect taxes... "
University of the United States: April 1, 1902 - Page 72
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee to Establish the University of the United States - 1902 - 192 pages
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The Speeches of Henry Clay: Delivered in the Congress of the United States ...

Henry Clay - 1827 - 452 pages
...resolutions, submitted some days ago by Mr. Clay (the speaker) being under consideration: 1. Resolved, that the Constitution of the United States vests in congress the power to dispose of the territory belonging to them, and that no treaty, purporting to alienate any portion...
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A Familiar Exposition of the Constitution of the United States: Containing a ...

Joseph Story - 1840 - 394 pages
...powers could scarcely have been granted, without jeoparding the existence of the whole system. Without the power to lay and collect taxes, to provide for the common defence, and promote the general welfare, the whole system would have been vain and illusory. Without...
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An Inquiry Into the History of Slavery: Its Introduction Into the United ...

Thomas C. Thornton - 1841 - 358 pages
...laws, to regulate commerce among the several states, by enacting and enforcing such a prohibition ? The constitution of the United States vests in congress the power 'to regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states, and with the Indian tribes.'...
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The Life and Speeches of the Hon. Henry Clay ...

Henry Clay - 1843 - 624 pages
...submitted some days ago by Mr. Clay (the speaker) being under consideration : First, resolved, that the constitution of the United States vests in congress the power to dispose of the territory belonging to them ; and that no treaty, purporting to alienate any portion...
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The Congressional Globe, Volume 14

United States. Congress - 1844 - 440 pages
...cede that country to Spain. Mr. Clay, in 1820, introduced the following resolution: "Resolred, That the constitution of the United States vests in Congress the power to dispose of the territory belonging to them; and mat no treaty purporting to alienate any portion thereof...
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Political

Levi Woodbury - 1852 - 646 pages
...the legality of the cession, as well as its expediency. I will read the first one : " Resolved, That the constitution of the United States vests in Congress the power to dispose of the territory belonging to them ; and that no treaty purporting to alienate any part thereof...
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Writings of Levi Woodbury, LL. D.: Political

Levi Woodbury - 1852 - 656 pages
...the legality of the cession, as well as its expediency. I will read the first one : " Resolved, That the constitution of the United States vests in Congress the power to dispose of the territory belonging to them ; and that no treaty purporting to alienate any part thereof...
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Transactions of the Rhode Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic ...

Rhode Island Society for the Encouragement of Domestic Industry - 1859 - 622 pages
...the Committee, ER POTTER, President. WR STAPLES, Secretary. PATENTS AND PATENTEES IN RHODE ISLAND. The constitution of the United States vests in Congress the power to " promote the progress of science and the useful arts, by securing, for limited times, to authors and...
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Speeches

Henry Clay - 1863 - 830 pages
...submitted some days ago by Mr. Clay (the speaker) being under consideration : First, resolved, that the constitution of the United States vests in congress the power to dispose of the territory belonging to them ; and that no treaty, purporting to alienate any portion...
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A Familiar Exposition of the Constitution of the United States: Containing a ...

Joseph Story - 1865 - 382 pages
...powers could scarcely have been granted, without jeoparding the existence of the whole system. Without the power to lay and collect taxes, to provide for the common defence, and promote the general welfare, the whole system would have been vain and illusory. Without...
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