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This abridgment of its power to pass upon the reasonableness of tariffs as a whole was effected in the Senate.
Literary criticism, armaments, tariffs, manners—there was no end to it.
The tariffs of 1846 struck at the small traders and artisans, and the merchants looked on with indifference.
Being one thousand miles nearer San Francisco, it demanded recognition of that fact in its tariffs.
But we cannot recognise in his tariffs any thing of a consistent plan.
It leaves the weaker nations to be "conquered" and "annexed" just as they used to be; with tariffs instead of tribute.
It is indeed a sign of little faith to even look for a new bond of empire in an arrangement of tariffs.
So far the other companies have not made any alteration in their tariffs.
Of course this growth is to be accounted for very largely by the natural protection of cost of transport aided by tariffs.
Equally remarkable were Mr. Webster's speeches on tariffs and protective industries.
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