| Virginia - 1822
...would draw into her treasury vast sums of money, and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales **would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...sink of course. A claim so injurious to more than** one half, if not to the whole of the United Slates, ought to be supported by the clearest evidence... | |
| United States. Continental Congress - 1821
...draw into her treasury vast sums of money ; and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales, **Would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...inhabitants ; its wealth and its consequence in the** scale1 of the confederated states would sink of course. Jl claim so injurious to more than one half,... | |
| William Waller Hening - 1822
...vast sums of money, and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales would be enabled • • **lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively cheap and taxes comparatively low with the lands and taxes of** in adjacent state, would quickly drain the stale thus disadvantageously circumstanced of its most useful... | |
| Virginia, William Waller Hening - 1822
...would draw into her treasury vast snms of money, and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales **would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...and taxes comparatively low with the lands and taxes** or' an adjacent state, would quickly drain the state thus <]-.-,advantageously circumstanced of its... | |
| Joseph Blunt - 1827
...draw into her treasury vast sums of money ; and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales, **would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...adjacent state, would quickly drain the state thus** disadvantageous^ circumstanced of its most useful inhabitants ; its wealth and its consequence in the... | |
| Timothy Pitkin - 1828
...draw into her treasury vast sums of money ; and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales, **would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...sink of course. A claim so injurious to more than** one half, if not to the whole of the United States, ought to be supported by the clearest evidence... | |
| James Handasyd Perkins - 1846 - 591 pagina’s
...would draw into her treasury vast sums of money; and in proportion to the sums arising from such sales, **would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...adjacent State, would quickly drain the State thus** disadvantageous^ circumstanced of its most useful inhabitants : its wealth and its consequence in the... | |
| James Handasyd Perkins - 1846 - 591 pagina’s
...arising from such sales, would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively cheap, and (axes **comparatively low, with the lands and taxes of an adjacent State, would quickly drain the State thus** disadvantageous^ circumstanced of ks most useful inhabitants : its wealth and its consequence in the... | |
| William Hickey - 1853 - 521 pagina’s
...possession? They cannot escape the least discerning. and, in proportion to the sums arising from such sales, **would be enabled to lessen her taxes. Lands comparatively...comparatively low, with the lands and taxes of an adjacent** Stale, would quickly drain the State thus disadvantageous^ circumstanced of its most useful inhabitants:... | |
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