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" ... party disputes and personal quarrels are the great business of the day; whilst the momentous concerns of an empire, a great and accumulating debt, ruined finances, depreciated money, and want of credit, which in its consequences is the want of everything,... "
George Washington - Seite 252
von Henry Cabot Lodge - 1889
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington - 1834
...finances, depreciated money, and want of credit, which in its consequences is the want of every thing, are but secondary considerations, and postponed from...as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect. After drawing this picture, which from my soul I believe to be a true one, I need not repeat to you,...
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The Religious Opinions and Character of Washington

Edward Charles M'Guire - 1836 - 414 Seiten
...consequences is the want of every thing, are but secondary considerations, and postponed from clay to day, from week to week, as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect. ******** " I again repeat to you, that this is not an exaggerated account. That it is an alarming one...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1836
...is the want of every thing, " are but secondary considerations, and postponed " from day to day, and from week to week, as if " our affairs wore the most promising aspect. . . . " Our money is now sinking fifty per cent a day " in this city ; and I shall not be surprised...
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History of England from the Peace of Utrecht to the Peace of Aix-la-Chaoelle ...

Philip Henry Stanhope (5th earl.) - 1853
...is the want of every thing, are " but secondary considerations, and postponed from day " to day, and from week to week, as if our affairs wore " the most promising aspect. . . . Our money is now " sinking fifty per cent, a day in this city ; and I shall not " be surprised...
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HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE PEACE OF UTRECHT TO THE PEACE OF VERSAILLES

LORD MAHON - 1853
...is the want of every thing, are ' but secondary considerations, and postponed from day to day, and from week to week, as if our affairs wore * the most promising aspect. . . . Our money is now; < sinking fifty per cent, a day in this city ; and I shall not ' be surprised...
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The lives and times of the chief justices of the supreme court of the United ...

Henry Flanders - 1855 - 645 Seiten
...finances, depreciated money, and want of credit, which, in its consequences, is the want of every thing, are but secondary considerations, and postponed from...as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect. After drawing this picture, which from my soul I believe to be a true one, I need not repeat to you...
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Life of George Washington, Band 3

Washington Irving - 1856
...finances, depreciated money, and want of credit, which in its consequences is the want of every thing, are but secondary considerations, and postponed from...as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect. ***** In the present situation of things, I cannot help asking where are Mason, Wythe, Jefferson, Nicholas,...
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Life of George Washington: The American war during the years, 1777, 1778 ...

Washington Irving - 1856
...every order of men; that party disputes and personal quarrels are the great business of the day; while the momentous concerns of an empire, a great and accumulating...week, as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect In the present situation of things, I cannot help asking where are Mason, Wythe, Jefferson, Nicholas,...
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LIFE OF GEORGE WASHINGTON

WASHINGTON IRVING - 1857
...finances, depreciated money and want of credit, which in its consequences is the want of every thing, are but secondary considerations, and postponed from...as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect. * * * *" * In the present situation of things, I cannot help asking where are Mason, Wythe, Jefferson,...
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Works, Band 37

Washington Irving - 1857
...consequences is the want of everything, are but secondary considerations, and postV0L. V. — 16 poned from day to day, from week to week, as if our affairs wore the most promising aspect. ... In the present situation of things, I cannot help asking where are Mason, Wythe, Jefferson, Nicholas,...
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