Statistics for occurrence #1 of “State of New York” in chapter 20 of George Ticknor, Life, letters and journals of George Ticknor:

...ot think that in Massachusetts you have any such clause, but I am not sure.) This will be a notable example of the difficulty caused by the absence of any living sovereign body, for the people of the State of New York can only speak when called into life for the purpose. Until they have so spoken, one of two things must be the case,—either the banks must openly and professedly violate the law, or the Legis...
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