But he will not do it, as the Constitution only provides for impressments for the public use.
Our government blundered in sanctioning the schedule of prices fixed by the commissioners on impressments for the next two months.
Finally, provided we can obtain security with respect to impressments, peace will give us everything we want.
On the contrary, the question of impressments is made the basis of continuing the war.
In 1793 the subject of impressments did not form the only complaint against Great Britain.
For some years back, the information about French impressments has been general and vague, or altogether withheld.
The legislature appropriated $250,000 to pay for impressments under this law.
Mr. Harper had yesterday said that the impressments were few; but how were we to be certain of that?
The reader will scan it in vain for any allusion to impressments, blockades, and neutral rights.
It was found necessary to resort to impressments to raise the required quota of men.