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This impending drift of national policy now received a powerful impetus by an act of the third cooerdinate branch, the judicial department of the government.
But though he patiently answered the many questions addressed him by the commissioners, as to what would probably be done on various important subjects that must arise at once if the Confederate States consented, carefully discriminating in his answers between what he was authorized under the Constitution to do as Executive, and what would devolve upon cooerdinate branches of the government, the interview came to nothing.
The Historical Drama, then, grew up simultaneously with Comedy and Tragedy, and established itself as a cooerdinate branch of the Gothic Drama in England.
This and the following verses are not subordinate to the 13th, as though the sense were, ` we are to reach perfection in order to grow, '-- but they are cooerdinate -- all relating to the design of the ministry mentioned in v. 12.