On March 3, 1877, the declaration was established in a cabinet on the eastern side of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs library, where it was to be exhibited for 17 years. It should be noted that not only was smoking permitted in the library, but the room contained an open fireplace. Nevertheless, this site proved to be safer than the premises that have just been evacuated; Much of the Patent Office was emptied in a fire that occurred a few months later. God is omnipotent. An almighty being can do anything. Those who can do anything can do what is not contradictory. That is why God can do what is not contradictory. (14) What characterizes Jefferson`s “happy talent of composition” in this case is the coupling of “our honor” with “our life” and “our fortunes” to create the eloquent trilogy that concludes the explanation. The concept of honor (and its spouses of glory and glory) exerted a powerful influence on the spirit of the eighteenth century. Writers of all kinds – philosophers, preachers, politicians, playwrights, poets – have constantly speculated about the sources of honour and how to achieve it.
Virtually all educated men in England or America were trained in the classic maxim “What is left if honour is lost?” Or as Joseph Addison wrote in his cato, whose feelings were widely admired on both sides of the Atlantic during the EIGHTEENth century: “Better 10,000 dead/Then hurt my honor.” The cult of honour was so strong that in the English trial, a peer did not respond to invoices at the registry or rendered a verdict “according to Eid, as an ordinary juror, but according to his honour.” 28 In July 1848, the first Convention on Women`s Rights was held in Seneca Falls, New York. It was organized by Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lucretia Mott, Mary Ann McClintock and Jane Hunt. They modelled their “Declaration of Feelings” on the Declaration of Independence, in which they called for women`s social and political equality. Their motto was: “All men and women are created in the same way,” and they asked for the right to vote.   When Herbert Putnam retired on April 5, 1939, Archibald MacLeish was appointed to succeed him.