Then one Sunday evening, Jurgis sat puffing his pipe by the kitchen stove, and talking with an old fellow whom Jonas had introduced, and who worked in the canning rooms at Durham's; and so Jurgis learned a few things about the great and only Durham canned goods, which had become a national
By this rule the national
government's expenses were $90,000 a year, or about $250 a day.
I have an impression that they were to be contributed eventually towards the liquidation of the National
Debt, but I know I had no hope of any personal participation in the treasure.
Shelley was once a private person whose name had no more universal meaning than my own, and so were Byron and Cromwell and Shakespeare; yet now their names are facts as stubborn as the Rocky Mountains, or the National
Gallery, or the circulation of the blood.
Meanwhile they in thir earthly CANAAN plac't Long time shall dwell and prosper, but when sins National
interrupt thir public peace, Provoking God to raise them enemies: From whom as oft he saves them penitent By Judges first, then under Kings; of whom The second, both for pietie renownd And puissant deeds, a promise shall receive Irrevocable, that his Regal Throne For ever shall endure; the like shall sing All Prophecie, That of the Royal Stock Of DAVID (so I name this King) shall rise A Son, the Womans Seed to thee foretold, Foretold to ABRAHAM, as in whom shall trust All Nations, and to Kings foretold, of Kings The last, for of his Reign shall be no end.
in that kingdom, and that much is expected from his skill and zeal in delineating those specimens of national
antiquity, which are either mouldering under the slow touch of time, or swept away by modern taste, with the same besom of destruction which John Knox used at the Reformation.
We have three times the railways, banks, libraries, newspapers, exports, farm values, and national
There is some difference of opinion whether this clause should be enforced by national
or by State authority; but surely that difference is not a very material one.
Men of this class, whether the favorites of a king or of a people, have in too many instances abused the confidence they possessed; and assuming the pretext of some public motive, have not scrupled to sacrifice the national
tranquillity to personal advantage or personal gratification.
It is well worthy of consideration therefore, whether it would conduce more to the interest of the people of America that they should, to all general purposes, be one nation, under one federal government, or that they should divide themselves into separate confederacies, and give to the head of each the same kind of powers which they are advised to place in one national
They ought, with equal care, to have preserved the FEDERAL form, which regards the Union as a CONFEDERACY of sovereign states; instead of which, they have framed a NATIONAL
government, which regards the Union as a CONSOLIDATION of the States.
To the great chagrin of Reactionists, it has drawn from under the feet of industry the national
ground on which it stood.