State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States from the Accession of Thomas Jefferson to the Presidency: Exhibiting a Complete View of Our Foreign Relations Since that Time ...
T. B. Wait & sons. David Hale, agent for the States of Vermont, New Hampshire and Rhode Island, 1815 - Public law
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Page 405 - But if not sent back within three months from the day of their arrest, they shall be set at liberty, and shall not be again arrested for the same cause.
Page 161 - The present consideration of a national establishment, for education particularly, is rendered proper by this circumstance; also that, if Congress, approving the proposition, shall yet think it more eligible to found it on a donation of lands, they have it now in their power to endow it with those which will be among the earliest to produce the necessary income.
Page 186 - Whether our movable force on the water, so material in aid of the defensive works on the land, should be augmented in this or any other form, is left to the wisdom of the legislature.
Page 160 - By these operations new channels of communication will be opened between the states ; the lines of separation will disappear, their interests will be identified, and their union cemented by new and indissoluble ties.
Page 161 - The subject is now proposed for the consideration of Congress, because, if approved by the time the State legislatures shall have deliberated on this extension of the federal trusts, and the laws shall be passed, and other arrangements made for their execution, the necessary funds will be on hand and without employment. I suppose an amendment to the constitution, by consent of the States, necessary, because the objects now recommended are not among those enumerated in the constitution, and to which...
Page 251 - States shall afford any aid to any such vessel contrary to the prohibition contained in this proclamation, either in repairing any such vessel or in furnishing her, her officers or crew, with supplies of any kind or in any manner whatsoever; or if any pilot shall assist in navigating any of the said armed vessels, unless it be for the purpose of carrying them in the first instance beyond the limits and jurisdiction of the United States...
Page 227 - ... night unlawfully, but in all things as a faithful apprentice he shall behave himself towards his said master and all his during the said term...
Page 259 - I deem it my duty to recommend the subject to the consideration of Congress, who will doubtless perceive all the advantages which may be expected from an inhibition of the departure of our vessels from the ports of the United States.
Page 265 - ... majesty's enemies as shall be carried on directly with the ports of his majesty's dominions, or of his allies, .in the manner hereinafter mentioned: — His majesty is therefore pleased further to order, and it is hereby ordered, that nothing herein contained shall extend to subject to capture or condemnation any vessel, or the cargo of any vessel, belonging to any country not declared by this order to be subjected to the restrictions incident to a...
Page 283 - ... the communications, official or verbal, from the French government, respecting the general relations between the two countries which have been transmitted through our minister there, or through any other accredited channel, since the last session of Congress, to which time all information of the same kind had from time to time been given them. Some of these papers have already been submitted to Congress; but it is thought better to offer them again, in order that the chain of communications,...