As the necessities of the State, nevertheless, must be satisfied in some mode or other, the defect of other resources
must throw the principal weight of public burdens on the possessors of land.
It can apply the resources
and power of the whole to the defense of any particular part, and that more easily and expeditiously than State governments or separate confederacies can possibly do, for want of concert and unity of system.
In the present condition of America, the States more immediately exposed to these calamities have nothing to hope from the phantom of a general government which now exists; and if their single resources
were equal to the task of fortifying themselves against the danger, the object to be protected would be almost consumed by the means of protecting them.
The bills were renewed, the old ones destroyed, and the poor ship-owner found himself with three months before him to collect his resources
All the resources
of Captain Bonneville had been tasked to fit out this favorite expedition.
The poor girl had not entered into any calculation of the expense of lodgings, of fuel, of clothes, of health impaired, and as for any resources
for illness or accidents, she was totally without them.
His capital and resources
had by this time greatly augmented, and he had risen from small beginnings to take his place among the first merchants and financiers of the country.
of imagination, construction, analysis and absolute art
It will be time enough then to begin to muster our resources
to meet it.
The Ox took under his patronage the next term of life, and therefore man in his middle age is fond of work, devoted to labor, and resolute to amass wealth and to husband his resources
THE Head Rifler of an insolvent bank, learning that it was about to be visited by the official Noser into Things, placed his own personal note for a large amount among its resources
, and, gaily touching his guitar, awaited the inspection.
The United States is a capitalist country that has developed its resources