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2 ‘Addresses and Speeches,’ vol. i. pp. 526, 527, 529, 565, 568, 574, 580, 596.
4 ‘Addresses and Speeches,’ vol. i. pp. 565, 566. He quoted, as stating the principle of his course. a letter of John Jay, Nov. 1, 1814; and this drew a paper in reply from William Jay, printed in the New York Tribune, Feb. 1, 1847. J. Q. Adams, as well as Sumner, did not admit the pertinency of the distinction made by Winthrop. Delano of Ohio, in a reply to Winthrop, Feb. 2.1847, maintained that the difference between the English and American systems did not at all affect the right and duty of Congress to withhold supplies from the Executive in the prosecution of an unjust war. J. R. Giddings's ‘Life,’ by G. W. Julian, pp. 202-204, where Sumner's letters to Giddings, Jan. 15 and 16, 1847, are printed.
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