A soldier -- New England's most distinguished soldier -- he stood firmly on the pedestal of his gallant services; and, himself secure in the wise liberality of the successive administrations
through which he had held office, he had been the safety of his subordinates in many an hour of danger and heart-quake General Miller was radically conservative; a man over whose kindly nature habit had no slight influence; attaching himself strongly to familiar faces, and with difficulty moved to change, even when change might have brought unquestionable improvement.
My object in taking this step is to cause a search to be instituted for the Trust -- in the very probable event of the executors not having met with it yet -before the usual measures are adopted for the administration
of the admiral's estate.
This illustrious person had very usefully employed his studies, in finding out effectual remedies for all diseases and corruptions to which the several kinds of public administration
are subject, by the vices or infirmities of those who govern, as well as by the licentiousness of those who are to obey.
I do not consider it necessary, at present, for me to discuss those matters of administration
about which there is no special anxiety, or excitement.
It is contended that the national council ought to have no concern with any object of internal administration
These must be chiefly, if not wholly, effects of the unsteadiness and injustice with which a factious spirit has tainted our public administrations
Priests and deacons were ordained, and missionaries provided, to keep alive the expiring flame of devotion in such members as were deprived of the ordinary administrations
by dwelling in new and unorganized districts.
have taken over the administration
of Crete on normal lines; and tourists must go elsewhere to witness the"debates," "resolutions," and "popular movements" of the old days.
And although he had the confidence, to deny the administration
, he had not the power, to deny the nature.
Further, the constitution within the framework of which the ordinary process of administration
and passing of decrees went on, was always regarded as the work of a special man or body of men, the lawgivers.
With a minimum of effort and insignificant losses, despite the greatest confusion, the most important results of the whole campaign were attained: the transition from retreat to advance, an exposure of the weakness of the French, and the administration
of that shock which Napoleon's army had only awaited to begin its flight.
Prince, I want you to remember that however effete you may find us as a nation from your somewhat romantic point of view, we have at least realized the highest ideals any nation has ever conceived in the administration
of the law.