Statistics for occurrence #1 of “United States” in chapter 1.19, section c.1.19.124 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 20.:
...t to interfere with their slaves had any greater right to do so than they had in the case of Cuba and Brazil, with whom they had no such compact.
The supreme issue was whether the government of the United States was one of such unlimited authority that it could do what it pleased by giving fine names to usurpation, as when the guest at a hotel complains that the brand he wants has not been brought, the waite...
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