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" On Impressment, as to the right of The United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing new to add. The sentiments of the President have undergone no change on that important subject. This degrading practice must cease; our Flag must protect the Crew,... "
Cobbett's Political Register - Page 691
edited by - 1814
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Niles' National Register, Volume 7

1815
...negotiation i;i which you are about to engage. On impressment, as to the right of the United Stiles to be exempted from it, I have nothing new to add....This degrading practice must cease; our flag must proltct the crew, or the United Stales cannot consider thenselves an independent nation. To settle...
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The Parliamentary Debates from the Year 1803 to the Present Time

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1815
...negociation which was still pending ; and, therefore, it certainly was not the intenthe United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing new to add. The sentiments nt' the president have undergone no change on that important subject. This degrading practice must...
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The Examiner: Containing Political Essays on the Most Important ..., Volume 2

United States - 1814
...about to engage. On impressment, as to the right of the United States to be exempted from it, I hre nothing new to add. The sentiments of the president have undergone no change on that This degrading practice In many instances known to, and sanctioned by the British government. No. IV.—...
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State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States, from the Accession ...

United States - 1817
...negotiation in which you are about to engage. On impressment, as to the right of the United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing new to add....cease ; our flag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation. To settle this difference amicably, the President...
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History of the Hartford Convention: With a Review of the Policy of the ...

Theodore Dwight - Hartford Convention - 1833 - 447 pages
...take place ; the following passage occurs — " On impressment, as to the right of the United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing new to add....cease; our flag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation." On the Ilih of February, 1814, additional...
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History of the Hartford Convention: With a Review of the Policy of the ...

Theodore Dwight - 1833
...to take place; the following passage occurs—" On impressment, as to the right of the United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing new to add....important subject. This degrading practice must cease; our Jlag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation."...
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History of the Hartford Convention: With a Review of the Policy of the ...

Theodore Dwight - Hartford Convention - 1833 - 447 pages
...Secretary of State informed the plenipotentiaries at Gottenburg that " The sentiments of the President had undergone no change on that important subject. This...cease; our flag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation." In January, 1813, the committee of foreign...
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Annals of North America: Being a Concise Account of the Important Events in ...

Edward Howland - North America - 1877 - 810 pages
...February. Their instructions were similar to those given before. Concerning impressment they said, " This degrading practice must cease. Our flag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation." 1814, JANUARY. — Congress passed acts making...
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History of the United States of America During the Second ..., Volume 9

Henry Adams - United States - 1890
...right of the United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing to add," said the secretary ; 1 " the sentiments of the President have undergone no...cease ; our flag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation." The President would consent to exclude all...
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History of the United States of America During the Second ..., Volume 9

Henry Adams - United States - 1890
...right of the United States to be exempted from it, I have nothing to add," said the secretary ; l " the sentiments of the President have undergone no...subject. This degrading practice must cease ; our nag must protect the crew, or the United States cannot consider themselves an independent nation."...
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