from The Century Dictionary.

  • To lay to one's charge falsely or feignedly.


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  • Ua questiob of this kind came up, there could be BO impropriety in looking into it {not with an idea of having any concern m makiog the Treaty, but because such alterations bad taken place in the stale of affain, as to make il necessary to discuss tbe propriety of going to war.

    The Debates and proceedings in the Congress of the United States


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