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" I cannot forbear to recommend a repeal of the tax on the transportation of public prints. There is no resource so firm for the government of the United States, as the affections of the people, guided by an enlightened policy; and to this primary good,... "
A Collection of State Papers Relative to the War Against France Now Carrying ... - Página 315
editado por - 1794 - 555 páginas
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The United States Post Office (1774-1817)

Park Gresh Lantz - 1913 - 140 páginas
...no resource so firm for the Government of the United States as the affection of the people, quieted by an enlightened Policy; and to this primary good, nothing can conduce more than a faithful representation of public proceedings, diffused with4 out restraint throughout the Union." The advice...
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Spreading the News: The American Postal System from Franklin to Morse

Richard R. JOHN - 1998 - 369 páginas
...outright repeal of postage on newspapers sent through the mail, as "the affections of the people governed by an enlightened policy; and to this primary good, nothing can conduce more, than a faithful representation of public proceedings, diffused without restraint throughout the United States." 144...
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The Quotable George Washington: The Wisdom of an American Patriot

George Washington - 1999 - 110 páginas
...end of all government. To Comte de Moustier, Mount Vernon, November 1, 1790 There is no resource so firm for the government of the United States as the...affections of the people guided by an enlightened policy. Fifth Annual Address to Congress, Philadelphia, December 3, 1793 Government of as much vigor as is...
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The Daily Newspaper in America, Volumen1

Alfred McClung Lee - 2000 - 407 páginas
...of public prints," typified early governmental opinion. He assured Congress that no resource is "so firm for the Government of the United States as the...primary good nothing can conduce more than a faithful representation of public proceedings, diffused without restraint throughout the United States." In...
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George Washington and the Origins of the American Presidency

Mark J. Rozell, William D. Pederson, Frank J. Williams - 2000 - 210 páginas
...his Fifth Annual Address, Washington advised Congress of the duty of papers: There is no resource so firm for the Government of the United States, as the...enlightened policy; and to this primary good, nothing can produce more, than a faithful representation of public proceedings, diffused, wrthout restraint, throughout...
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To the People of the United States

The Publisher - 1858
...forbear to recommend a repeal of the tax on the transportation of public prints. There is no resource so firm for the government of the United States as the...primary good, nothing can conduce more than a faithful representation of public proceedings, diffused without restraint throughout the United States. An estimate...
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