Minutes, 13 May 1844

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such conduct after all that was said to before his departure. To throw away that one item, is to throw away the whole Memorial. And the delegation from at are instructed by the Council to push the Memorials through Congress Unaltered, or die in the attempt.
If is so ignorant as to suppose that Congress has not the power to grant such a memorial.— He has no need to suppose for a moment that we are such fools that we do not know better. We know that Congress has the right and the power and they shall grant it unaltered or refuse, and they can act their [p. [250]]
such conduct after all that was said to before his departure. To throw away that one item, is to throw away the whole Memorial. And the delegation from at are instructed by the Council to push the Memorials through Congress Unaltered, or die in the attempt.
If is so ignorant as to suppose that Congress has not the power to grant such a memorial.— He has no need to suppose for a moment that we are such fools that we do not know better. We know that Congress has the right and the power and they shall grant it unaltered or refuse, and they can act their [p. [250]]
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