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perhaps , because of his inability to persuade Sally Fairfax to be as madly rash
as he was ready to be . When Washington first met Martha he must have been
startled , for she was the absolute image of Mary Cary , Sally ' s younger sister ...
Sally ' s sister , Elizabeth Cary , married Bryan Fairfax the following year . And he
signs himself " most unalterably , ” which is a good phrase , since lovers have
degrees of unalterableness , plain unalterably , more unalterably and most ...
180 . 7 . S . M . Hamilton , Letters to Washington , III . , 51 . 8 . Wilson Miles Cary ,
Sally Cary , p . 37 note : “ Mrs . Spotswood was probably Mary Dandridge , widow
of John Spotswood , who was son of the Governor of that ilk . She became Mrs ...
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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