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" Those temporary differences have passed away—the motives to union remain. They are not, like other controversies, marked with a fugitive and transitory character; every one of them is profoundly rooted in the circumstances of the two countries, and... "
Proceedings at the Banquet Given by Mr. Cyrus W. Field: At the Palace Hotel ... - Page 42
by Cyrus West Field - 1872 - 45 pages
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The African Repository, Volume 13

African Americans - 1837
...also, that what may be practicable with England, might be madness with us. There is a wide difference in the circumstances of the two countries, and in the character of their respective governments. The liberty of the republicans of the United States is very different...
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Advocate of Peace, Volumes 4-5

Arbitration (International law) - 1873
...consummation which has happily been acct.mplished. [Loud cheers.] " Those differences have passed away ; the motives to union remain. They are not like other controversies,...character of the people b,y which they are inhabited. Although there has been in other times a strong and unconquerable sentiment tending toward fraternal...
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