"General," said the president, "we acknowledge no King Louis XVIII., or an ex-emperor, but his majesty the emperor and king, driven from France, which is his kingdom, by violence and treason."
"`"Sir," said the president, rising with gravity, "be careful what you say; your words clearly show us that they are deceived concerning you in the Island of Elba, and have deceived us!
In November, 1897, I made the first move in this direction, and that was in securing a visit from a member of President
McKinley's Cabinet, the Hon.
The ordinary power of appointment is confined to the President
and Senate JOINTLY, and can therefore only be exercised during the session of the Senate; but as it would have been improper to oblige this body to be continually in session for the appointment of officers and as vacancies might happen IN THEIR RECESS, which it might be necessary for the public service to fill without delay, the succeeding clause is evidently intended to authorize the President
, SINGLY, to make temporary appointments "during the recess of the Senate, by granting commissions which shall expire at the end of their next session." Second.
Those apprehensions will operate on those persons whether they are actuated by mercenary or friendly motives; and there doubtless are many of both descriptions, who would rely on the secrecy of the President
, but who would not confide in that of the Senate, and still less in that of a large popular Assembly.
The populace cried enthusiastically, "No!" and the President
rang his bell to quiet them.
The meeting felt that the president
was now approaching the critical point, and redoubled their attention accordingly.
, -- The black tulip is about to open, perhaps in ten minutes.
Thus, some time after the return of the travelers, the public received with marked favor the announcement of a company, limited, with a capital of a hundred million of dollars, divided into a hundred thousand shares of a thousand dollars each, under the name of the "National Company of Interstellary Communication." President
, Barbicane; vice-president, Captain Nicholl; secretary, J.
bent down to a man at his feet, who wore a gold cap and a black gown, a chain on his neck and a wand in his hand.
Every Bill which shall have passed the House of Representatives and the Senate, shall, before it become a Law, be presented to the President
of the United States; If he approve he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it, with his Objections to that House in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the Objections at large on their Journal, and proceed to reconsider it.
"Are you going to tell us who the murderer was?" asked the President
, somewhat convinced though still sceptical.