Public Papers of Governor, Volum 7
State Printers, 1904
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Side 626 - ... to sue and be sued, plead and be impleaded, answer and be answered unto, defend and be defended, in all courts of record, or any other place whatsoever...
Side 530 - That it be recommended to the legislatures of the several states to pass laws making it expressly the duty of the keepers of their jails to receive and safe keep therein all prisoners committed under the authority of the United States...
Side xix - The singular interpositions of providence in our feeble condition, were such as could scarcely escape the attention of the most unobserving — while the unparalleled perseverance of the armies of the United States, through almost every possible suffering and discouragement, for the space of eight long years, was little short of a standing miracle.
Side 514 - That it be and hereby is most earnestly recommended to the States of New Hampshire, Massachusetts Bay and New York, forthwith to pass Laws expressly authorizing Congress to hear and determine all differences between them relative to their respective boundaries...
Side xix - Chief takes his final leave of those he holds most dear, he wishes to indulge himself a few moments in calling to mind a slight review of the past. He will then take the liberty of exploring, with his military friends, their future prospects, of advising the general line of conduct, which in his opinion, ought to be pursued, and he will conclude the Address by expressing the obligations he feels himself under for the spirited and able assistance he has experienced from them in the performance of...
Side 408 - George Clinton Esquire, Governor of our said State, General and Commander in Chief of all the Militia and Admiral of the Navy...
Side xx - Union increased, the honor, dignity, and justice of the nation would be lost forever; yet he cannot help repeating, on this occasion, so interesting a sentiment, and leaving it as his last injunction to every officer and every soldier, who may view the subject in the same serious point of light, to add his best endeavors to those of his worthy fellow citizens toward effecting these great and valuable purposes, on which our very existence as a nation so materially depends.
Side xxi - And being now to conclude these his last public orders, to take his ultimate leave in a short time of the military character, and to bid a final adieu to the armies he has so long had the honor to command, he can only again offer in their behalf his recommendations to their grateful country, and his prayers to the God of armies.
Side 391 - I have the honor to be With the highest respect Your Excellency's Most obedient Servant ANSON JONES WALKER TO RUNNELS.
Side xviii - But before the Commander-in-chief takes his final leave of those he holds most dear, he wishes to indulge himself a few moments in calling to mind a slight review of the past. He will then take the liberty of...