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" I like much the general idea of framing a government which should go on of itself, peaceably, without needing continual recurrence to the State legislatures. I like the organization of the government into legislative, judiciary, and executive. I like... "
The Monist - Page 8
edited by - 1895
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson: Author of the Declaration of Independence, and ...

William Linn - 1834 - 267 pages
...legislatures. I like the organization of the government into legislative, judiciary, and executive. I like the power given the legislature to levy taxes, and for...though I think a house, so chosen, will be very far inferiour to the pre«ent Congress, it will be very illy qualified to legislate for the Union, for...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson: Author of the Declaration of Independence, and ...

William Linn - 1834 - 267 pages
...directly. For though I think a house, so chosen, will be very far inferiour to the present Congress, it will be very illy qualified to legislate for the Union, for foreign nations, &c. ; yet this evil does not weigh against the good of preserving inviolate the fundamental principle,...
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Life of Thomas Jefferson: With Selections from the Most Valuable Portions of ...

B. L. Rayner - 1834 - 431 pages
...legislatures. I like the organization of the government into legislative, judiciary, and executive. 1 like the power given the legislature to levy taxes, and for that reason solely, 1 approve of the greater house being chosen by the people directly. For though I think a house, so...
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America: From the ...

United States. Department of State - 1837
...Legislatures. I like the organization of the Government into legislative, judiciary, and executive. I like the power given the Legislature to levy taxes, and for...very illy qualified to legislate for the Union, for fpreign nations, &ic., yet this evil does not. weigh against the good of preserving inviolate the fundamental...
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The Diplomatic Correspondence of the United States of America ..., Volume 3

1837
...legislatures. I like the organization of the Government into legislative, judiciary, and executive. I like the power given the legislature to levy taxes; and for...far inferior to the present Congress, will be very ill qualified to legislate for the Union, for foreign nations, &c. ; yet, this evil does not weigh...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, cont

Thomas Jefferson - 1853
...legislatures. I like the organization of the government into legislative, judiciary and executive. I like the power given the legislature to levy taxes, and for...qualified to legislate for the Union, for foreign nations, &c., yet this evil does not weigh against the good, of preserving inviolate the fundamental principle,...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Volume 4

John Church Hamilton - 1879
...Jefferson coldly assented to this principle. " I like," he writes, § "the power given to the Legislatnre to levy taxes ; and for that reason, solely, I approve...etc. ; yet, this evil does not weigh against the good of preserving invio* Jefferson's Works, ii. 382 ; Nov. 18, 1788. t Ibid., ii. 438 ; March 13, 1789—...
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American Dis-union: Constitutional Or Unconstitutional?: A Reply to Mr ...

Charles Edward Rawlins - 1862 - 228 pages
...organization of the Government into Legislative, Judiciary, and Executive. I 1 Idem, ii. 43. like the power given the Legislature to levy taxes, and for...approve of the greater House being chosen by the people directly."1 Congress then having the power to provide the force, the question arises with whom rests...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Volume 4

John Church Hamilton - 1864
...people," Jefferson coldly assented to this principle. " I like," he writes, § " the power given to the Legislature to levy taxes ; and for that reason,...etc. ; yet, this evil does not weigh against the good of preserving invio• Jefferson's Works, ii. 382 ; Nov. 18, 1788. t Ibid., ii. 438 ; March 13, 1789—...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Volume 4

John Church Hamilton - 1864
...people," Jefferson coldly assented to this principle. " I like," he writes, § " the power given to the Legislature to levy taxes ; and for that reason,...House being chosen by the people directly. For, though I^hink a House, so chosen, will be very far inferior to the present Congress, will be very illy qualified...
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