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" I have tried to persuade her that her fears are ill founded ; but she will not be convinced. She received us in bed, with every circumstance that would interest our sympathy, and her sufferings were so eloquent, that I wished myself her brother, to have... "
The Life of Alexander Hamilton - Seite 273
von John Church Hamilton - 1834
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Correspondence. 1769-1789

Alexander Hamilton - 1850
...is not easily to be consoled. Added to her other distresses, she is very apprehensive the resentment of her country will fall upon her (who is only unfortunate)...friendship. Could I forgive Arnold for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, I could not forgive him for acting a part that must have forfeited the...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Correspondence

Alexander Hamilton - 1851
...is not easily to be consoled. Added to her other distresses, she is very apprehensive the resentment of her country will fall upon her (who is only unfortunate)...friendship. Could I forgive Arnold for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, I could not forgive him for acting a part that must have forfeited the...
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Godey's Magazine, Band 45

Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - 1852
...for the guilt of her husband. I have tried to persuade her that her fears are ill-founded, but ehe will not be convinced. She received us in bed, with...friendship. Could I forgive Arnold for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, I could not forgive him for acting a part that must have forfeited the...
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Letters and Papers

Thomas Balch - 1855
...not be convinced. She re' ceived us in bed, with every .circum stance that interests our sym1 pathy ; and her sufferings were so eloquent that I wished...brother, to have a right to become her defender.' — See Life and Writings, I, p. 268, 275, 276. Ixvii vince, in which office he succeeded the Rev....
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Letters and Papers Relating Chiefly to the Provincial History of ..., Band 1

Thomas Balch, Edward Shippen - 1855 - 312 Seiten
...not be convinced. She re' ceived us in bed, with every circumstance that interests our sym' pathy ; and her sufferings were so eloquent that I wished...brother, to have a right to become her defender.' — See Life and Writings, \, p. 208, 275, 276. * Her portrait, by Sir Thomas Lawrence, now in the...
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Letters and Papers Relating Chiefly to the Provincial History of Pennsylvania

Thomas Balch, Edward Shippen - 1855 - 312 Seiten
...not be convinced. She re' ceived us in bed, with every circumstance that interests our sym' pathy; and her sufferings were so eloquent that I wished...myself ' her brother, to have a right to become her defender.'—See Life and Writings, I, p. 268, 275, 276. vinee, in which office he succeeded the Rev....
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Band 2

John Church Hamilton - 1858
...left her in that situation. " This morning she is more composed. I paid her a visit, and endeavored to soothe her by every method in my power ; though...friendship. Could I forgive Arnold for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, I could not forgive him for acting a part that must have forfeited the...
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History of the republic of the United States of America: as traced in the ...

John Church Hamilton - 1858
...left her in that situation. " This morning she is more composed. I paid her a visit, and endeavored to soothe her by every method in my power ; though...friendship. Could I forgive Arnold for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, I could not forgive him for acting a part that must have forfeited the...
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The Life of Alexander Hamilton: By John T. Morse, Jr, Band 1

John Torrey Morse - 1876
...the deserted wife ; " though," he wrote, " you may imagine she is not easily to be consoled. . . . Her sufferings were so eloquent that I wished myself...enable me to give her proofs of my friendship." Could he forgive Arnold, he adds, for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, he at least could never...
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The Life of Alexander Hamilton: By John T. Morse, Jr, Band 1

John Torrey Morse - 1876
...of the deserted wife ; "though," he wrote, "you may imagine she is not easily to be consoled. . . . Her sufferings were so eloquent that I wished myself...enable me to give her proofs of my friendship." Could he forgive Arnold, he adds, for sacrificing his honor, reputation, and duty, he at least could never...
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