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29. lappuse - These are not, however, the days of miracles, and I suppose it will be granted that I am not to expect a direct revelation. I must study the plain physical facts of the case, ascertain what is possible, and learn what appears to be wise and right.
69. lappuse - Have the elder races halted ? Do they droop and end their lesson, wearied over there beyond the seas? We take up the task eternal, and the burden and the lesson, Pioneers! O pioneers!
96. lappuse - I hold the resolution to be a direct violation of the constitution of the United States, the rules of this house, and the rights of my constituents.
77. lappuse - ... strong. I do not expect them to capture this city; but I know they would if I were to send the men and arms from here to defend Louisville, of which there is not a single hostile armed soldier within forty miles, nor any force known to be moving upon it from any distance. It is true the army in our front may make...
69. lappuse - We detachments steady throwing, Down the edges, through the passes, up the mountains steep. Conquering, holding, daring, venturing as we go the unknown ways, Pioneers! O pioneers! We primeval forests felling, We the rivers stemming, vexing we and piercing deep the mines within, We the surface broad surveying, we the virgin soil upheaving, Pioneers!
69. lappuse - All the past we leave behind, We debouch upon a newer mightier world, varied world, Fresh and strong the world we seize, world of labor and the march, Pioneers! O pioneers!
23. lappuse - With this cavalcade, we proceeded, and arrived before 3 o'clock at Portsmouth where we were received with every token of respect and appearance of cordiality, under a discharge of artillery. The streets, doors and windows were crowded here, as at all the other Places ; and alighting at the Town House, odes were sung and played in honor of the President. The same happened yesterday at my entrance into Newburyport being stopped at my entrance to hear it. From the Town House I went to Colonel Brewster's...
99. lappuse - House, deriving their political character and powers from the same, are sworn to support it; and the dissolution of the Union necessarily implies the destruction of that instrument, the overthrow of the American republic, and the extinction of our national existence ; a proposition, therefore, to the representatives of the people, to dissolve the organic...