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" First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary to perform the functions of a good government, and consequently, that no objection ought to be made against the quantity of power delegated to it. "
The Writings of George Washington: pt. III. Private letters from the time ... - Page 300
by George Washington - 1847
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The Writings of George Washington: pt.III. Private letters from the time ...

George Washington - United States - 1835
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers, than are indispensably necessary...consequently, that no objection ought to be made against tin.' quantity of power delegated to it. Secondly, that these powers, as the appointment of all rulers...
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Life of George Washington, Volume 4

Washington Irving - Presidents - 1857
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...and at short, stated intervals recur to, the free suffrages of the people, are so distributed among ilie legislative, executive, and judicial branches...
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Life of George Washington, Volume 4

Washington Irving - Presidents - 1857
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...and at short, stated intervals recur to, the free suffrages of the people, are so distributed among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches...
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life of george washington

washington irving - 1857
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...and at short, stated intervals recur to, the free suffrages of the people, are so distributed among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches...
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Chronicle of the conquest of Granada

Washington Irving - 1859
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...from, and at short stated intervals recur to, the free suffrages of the people, are so distributed among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches...
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Works, Volume 39

Washington Irving - American literature - 1857
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...and at short, stated intervals recur to, the free Che IHcw Constitution 101 suffrages of the people, are so distributed among the legislative^xecutive,...
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Manual of the Constitution of the United States of America

Timothy Farrar - 1867 - 532 pages
...government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary to perform the functions of good government ; and, consequently, that no objection...and at short, stated intervals recur to, the free suffrages of the people, are so distributed among the legislative, executive, and judicial branches...
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Manual of the Constitution of the United States of America

Timothy Farrar - Constitutional law - 1867 - 532 pages
...whole machine must move, my creed is simply, — First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary to perform the functions of good government; and, consequently, that no objection ought to be made against the quantity of power...
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Words of Washington

George Washington - Presidents - 1871 - 196 pages
...which the whole must move, my creed is simply, — First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...these powers, as the appointment of all rulers will forever arise from, and at some stated intervals recur to, the free suffrage of the people, are so...
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Life of Washington, v.3-4

Washington Irving - 1881
...the whole machine must move, my creed is simply, First, that the general government is not invested with more powers than are indispensably necessary...appointment of all rulers will for ever arise from, and at ghort, stated intervals recur to, the free suffrages of the people, are so distributed among the legislative,...
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