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" Jay, Adams, and Hamilton ; the only three who can be supposed to have stood in that relation to him. That he has too much reason to believe that, in regard to Mr. Hamilton, there has been no reciprocity. For several years his name has been lent to the... "
Public Characters - Pągina 379
1806
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 ..., Volum 8

1806
...feels greater delicacy in such ftses, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival but in terms wealth, and a man proscribed for murder united in...years his name has been lent to the support of base slander?, he has never had the generosity, the magnanimity, or the candour, to contradict or disavow,...
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Memoirs of Aaron Burr: With Miscellaneous Selections from His ..., Volum 2

Aaron Burr, Matthew Livingston Davis - 1837
...feels greater delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival but in terms of respect ; to do justice to his merits ; to be silent...he has too much reason to believe that, in regard to Mr. Hamilton, there has been no reciprocity. For several years his name has been lent to the support...
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Memoirs of Aaron Burr: With Miscellaneous Selections from His ..., Volum 2

Aaron Burr, Matthew Livingston Davis - 1837
...feels greater delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival but in terms of respect ; to do justice to his merits ; to be silent...he has too much reason to believe that, in regard to Mr. Hamilton, there has been no reciprocity. For several years his name has been lent to the support...
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The Conspiracy of Col. Aaron Burr: A Historical Romance

Aaron BURR (Vice-President of the United State of America.) - 1854 - 311 pągines
...it meanness to speak of a rival but in terms of respect, to do justice to his merits to be silent to his foibles* Such has invariably been his conduct...be supposed to have stood in that relation to him/ He held it meanness to speak disparagingly of a political opponent however base he might know him to...
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A General History of the Burr Family in America: With a Genealogical Record ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1878 - 436 pągines
...always feels great delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival, but in terms of respect ; to do justice to his merits, to be silent...his foibles. Such has invariably been his conduct toward Jay, Adams, and Hamilton, the only three who can be supposed to have stood in that relation...
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Life of Colonel Aaron Burr: Vice-president of the United States. Also ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1879 - 147 pągines
...always feels great delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival, but in terms of respect ; to do justice to his merits, to be silent...his foibles. Such has invariably been his conduct toward Jay, Adams, and Hamilton, the only three who can be supposed to have stood in that relation...
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A General History of the Burr Family: With a Genealogical Record from 1193 ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1878 - 535 pągines
...always feels great delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival, but in terms of respect ; to do justice to his merits, to be silent...That he has too much reason to believe that in regard to Mr. Hamilton there has been no such reciprocity. For several years his name has been lent to the...
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The Life and Times of Aaron Burr, Volum 1

James Parton - 1893
...do justice to his merits; to be rilent of his foibles. Such bus invariably been his conduct toward Jay, Adams, and Hamilton ; the only three who can...him. " That he has too much reason to believe that, iu regard to Mr. Hamilton, there has been no reciprocity. For several years his name has been lent...
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Aaron Burr

Henry Childs Merwin - 1899 - 150 pągines
...feels greater delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival but in terms of respect, to do justice to his merits, to be silent...his foibles. Such has invariably been his conduct toward Jay, Adams, and Hamilton, the only three who can be supposed to have stood in that relation...
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Classic Memoirs, Volum 1

Edward Hyde Earl of Clarendon - 1901 - 437 pągines
...feels greater delicacy in such cases, and would think it meanness to speak of a rival but in terms of respect; to do justice to his merits; to be silent...his foibles. Such has invariably been his conduct toward Jay, Adams, and Hamilton ; the only three who can be supposed to have stood in that relation...
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