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" For the result, as it respects myself I care not ; for I have a consolation within, that no earthly efforts can deprive me of, and that is, that neither ambitious nor interested motives have influenced my conduct. The arrows of malevolence, therefore,... "
Presidential Courage: Brave Leaders and How They Changed America 1789-1989 - Page 31
by Michael R. Beschloss - 2007 - 400 pages
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George Washington, Volume 2

Henry Cabot Lodge - 1889
...point. "But in what will this abuse terminate? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not; for I have a consolation within that no earthly efforts can deprive me of, and that is, that neither ambition nor interested motives have influenced my conduct. The arrows of malevolence, therefore, however...
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The Constitutional and Political History of the United States: 1750-1883 ...

Hermann Von Holst - 1889
...terminate ? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not. . . The arrows of malevolence . . . however barbed and well pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me, though while I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed. The publications in Its wit degenerated...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 20

1896
...Lee, " But in what will this abuse terminate ? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not ; for I have a consolation within, that no earthly efforts...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed. The publications in Freneau's and...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 20

1896
...Lee, " But in what will this abuse terminate? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not ; for I have a consolation within, that no earthly efforts...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed. The publications in Freneau's and...
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The True George Washington

Paul Leicester Ford - 1896 - 319 pages
...asked "in what will this abuse terminate? The result, as it respects myself, I care not ; for I have consolation within, that no earthly efforts can deprive...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me ; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed." On another occasion he said, "...
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Annual Report of the Pennsylvania Society of the Sons of the Revolution ...

Sons of the Revolution. Pennsylvania Society - 1896
...meekness, because, as applause could not elate neither could abuse depress him. He wrote to Henry Lee, " I have a consolation within that no earthly efforts can deprive me of, and that is that neither ambition nor interested motives have influenced my conduct. The arrows of malevolence therefore, however,...
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Washington After the Revolution: 1784-1799

William Spohn Baker - 1897 - 366 pages
...Lee, " But in what will this abuse terminate ? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not ; for I have a consolation within, that no earthly efforts...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed. The publications in Freneau's and...
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The True George Washington

Paul Leicester Ford - 1896 - 319 pages
...asked "in what will this abuse terminate? The result, as it respects myself, I care not ; for I have consolation within, that no earthly efforts can deprive...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me ; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed." On another occasion he said, "I...
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Washington After the Revolution: MDCCLXXXIV-MDCCXCIX

William Spohn Baker - 1898 - 416 pages
...Lee, " But in what will this abuse terminate? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not; for I have a consolation within, that no earthly efforts...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed. The publications in Freneau's and...
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Washington After the Revolution: MDCCLXXXIV-MDCCXCIX

William Spohn Baker - 1898 - 416 pages
...Lee, "But in what will this abuse terminate? For the result, as it respects myself, I care not ; for I have a consolation within, that no earthly efforts...pointed, never can reach the most vulnerable part of me ; though, whilst I am up as a mark, they will be continually aimed. The publications in Freneau's and...
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