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" I bid vou welcome to every section and to every State of the Union. You come in response to an invitation extended by the President on the special authorization of Congress. Your presence here is no ordinary event. It signifies much to the people of all... "
Prelimnary reports Weights and measures. Inter-continental railway ... - Página 39
1890
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James G. Blaine: A Study of His Life and Career, from the Standpoint of a ...

Theron Clark Crawford - 1893 - 628 páginas
...States, I bid you welcome to this Capital. Speaking for the people of the United States, I bid you welcome to every section and to every State of the...extended by the President on the special authorization Pan-American Conference. 611 of Congress. Your presence here is no ordinary event. It signifies much...
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Ohio Educational Monthly, Volumen50

1901
...each will find advantage and profit from an enlarged intercourse with the others." And again he said : "Your presence here is no ordinary event. It signifies...to-day. It may signify far more in the days to come." In his annual message to Congress, December, 1899, President McKinlcy said: "The Act to encourage the...
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The Pan American Union: peace, friendship, commerce

John Barrett - 1911 - 253 páginas
...States, I bid you welcome to this capital. Speaking for the people of the United States, I bid you welcome to every section and to every State of the...consider the welfare of territorial possessions so Director General Barrett Introducing Speakers, Corner-stone Laying, May II. 1908 vast and to contemplate...
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The Worcester Magazine: Devoted to Good Citizenship and Municipal ..., Volumen14

1911
...delivering the following gem-like speech : Address of Senor Calderon Mr. President and Gentlemen: " Your presence here is no ordinary event. It signifies much to the people of all America. It may signify much more in days to come." Such were the prophetic words that the far-seeing statesman,...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volumen77

Pan American Union - 1943
...the agenda included not only arbitration but also various topics of a financial and economic nature. "Your presence here is no ordinary event. It signifies...today. It may signify far more in the days to come." These sentences were among the first words of welcome spoken by Elaine to the delegates to the First...
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The Arbitrator, Temas203-214

1889
...United States, I bid you welcome to every section ;md to every State of the Union. You come miresponse to an invitation extended by the President, on the...all America to-day. It may signify far more in the day* to come. Ne conference of nations has ever assembled to consider the welfare of territorial possessions...
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Bulletin of the Pan American Union, Volumen32

Pan American Union - 1911
...IGNACIO CALDERON, Minister of Bolivia, was then introduced and said : Mr. PRESIDENT — GENTLEMEN: "Your presence here is no ordinary event. It signifies much to the people of all America. It may signify much more in days to come." Such were the prophetic words that the far-seeing statesman....
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