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The courts will order them to be executed according to the true intent and will let no trust lapse for want of a trustee (2 N. H.,
View his whole life; — ’tis nothing but a cunning contexture of dark arts and unequitable subterfuges, basely to defeat the true intent of all laws, — plain dealing and the safe enjoyment of our several properties. —
The Madison papers were analyzed and dissected by paragraph in order to give the true intent of the 'Framers,' and so the 'Resolution' of '97 and' 98, the Missouri Compromise and its legitimate offspring in base born bastardy, fitly dubbed the 'Omnibus Bill,' were torn into tatters and scattered to the four winds.