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" I hope we may find some means in future of shielding ourselves from foreign influence, political, commercial, or in whatever form it may be attempted. I can scarcely withhold myself from joining in the wish of Silas Deane — that there were an ocean... "
A Synopsis of Popery, as it was and as it is - Página 109
por William Hogan - 1845 - 219 páginas
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Supplement to the Courant, Volúmenes20-23

1855 - 676 páginas
...time, by our present policy ,*we shall become paupers ourselves.' — Jackson. 'Foreign Influence is a Grecian horse to the Republic ; we cannot be too careful to exclude its entranc*.' — Madison. 'There is an imperative necessity for reforming the Naturalization Laws of...
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The North American Review, Volumen52

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1841 - 740 páginas
...government,''! says Washington, most truly, in his memorable " Farewell Address." " Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the republic. We cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance," exclaims Madison. " I hope we may find some means in future of shielding ourselves from foreign influence,...
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The Two Tariffs Compared and Both Found Wanting: In the Element of ...

Jesse Mann - 1846 - 48 páginas
...wish of Silas Deane, that there were an ocean of fire between- this and the old world. — Jefferson. Foreign influence is truly a Grecian horse to the...We cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance. — Madison. Americans can do their own voting, and their own fighting. — - Gen. Harrison. Foreigners...
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Popery! As it was and as it is: Also, Auricular Confession ..., Volúmenes1-3

William Hogan - 1853 - 670 páginas
...scarcely withhold myself from joining in the wish of Silas Deane — that there were an ocean of fire between this and the old world." And Madison said,...We cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance." 9 The cruelty of Papists, the intrigue and craft of Popes, the hypocrisy of Jesuits, the dynasties...
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Popery! as it was and as it is: Also, Auricular Confession; and Popish Nunneries

William Hogan - 1854 - 686 páginas
...scarcely withhold myself from joining in the wish of Silas Deane — that there were an ocean of fire between this and the old world." And Madison said,...forefathers. They dreaded similar occurrences in this acter of his New England audience, that their minds were warped by fanaticism, darkened by bigotry,...
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A Voice to America; Or, the Model Republic, Its Glory, Or Its Fall: With A ...

Thomas Bangs Thorpe - 1855 - 412 páginas
...there were an ocean of fire between this and the Old World." And Madison added : " Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the republic ; we cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance.'' Warnings like these are not to be passed lightly by. Events have abundantly shown the far-seeing sagacity...
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The Congressional Globe, Volumen31

United States. Congress - 1855 - 466 páginas
...of our citizens.11 And Mr, Madison, animated with the same spirit, thus said: " Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the Republic — we cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance." Mr. Webster, too, the great defender of the Constitution, beholding with the sagacity n( a statesman,...
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Americanism Contrasted with Foreignism, Romanism, and Bogus Democracy, in ...

William Gannaway Brownlow - 1856 - 222 páginas
...wish there were an ocean of fire between this and the old world."—JEFFERSON. "Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the republic: we cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance/ 7 —MADISON. " There is an imperative necessity for reforming the Naturalization Laws of the United...
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Civilized America, Volumen2

Thomas Colley Grattan - 1859 - 550 páginas
...government," says Washington, most truly, in his memorable " Farewell Address." " Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the Republic. We cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance," exclaims Madison. " I hope we may find some means in future of shielding ourselves from foreign influence,...
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The North American Review, Volumen52

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - 1841 - 592 páginas
...government," says Washington, most truly, in his memorable " Farewell Address." " Foreign influence is a Grecian horse to the republic. We cannot be too careful to exclude its entrance," exclaims Madison. " I hope we may find some means in future of shielding ourselves from foreign influence,...
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