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" I don't think the devil will ever make a higher bid for me than that. "
Th. Nast: His Period and His Pictures - Page 170
by Albert Bigelow Paine - 1904 - 583 pages
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The Secret of Achievement: A Book Designed to Teach that the Highest ...

Orison Swett Marden - Character - 1898 - 372 pages
...Illinois, but also in all the other States. The credit and prosperity of the whole nation rose at once. " I don't think the devil will ever make a higher bid for me than that," replied George Jones, when offered five million dollars to simply keep silent on Tammany frauds, and...
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History of the United States from the Compromise of 1850 ...

James Ford Rhodes - United States - 1906
...was confronted by Controller Connolly. Jones turned to go, saying, " I don't want to see this man." " For God's sake," exclaimed Connolly, "let me say one word to you " ; and he then offered Jones five million dollars to forego the publication of the accounts. " I don't...
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The American Commonwealth, Volume 2

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - Constitutional law - 1908
...in crime. " 'I don't want to see this man/ said Mr. Jones, and he turned to go out of the place, " 'For God's sake!' exclaimed Connolly, let me say one...documents he had in his possession, and offered him an enormous sum of money to do this. The amount of this offer was $5,000,000. As Connolly waited for...
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The American Commonwealth, Volume 2

James Bryce Bryce (Viscount) - Constitutional law - 1908
...in crime. " 'I don't want to see this man,' said Mr. Jones, and he turned to go out of the place. " 'For God's sake!' exclaimed Connolly, let me say one word to you.' Ait this appeal Mr. Jones stopped. Connolly then made him a proposition to forego the publication of...
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Recollections

Washington Gladden - New York (N.Y.) - 1909 - 445 pages
...room, Jones was confronted by Connolly. Jones turned to go, saying, "I don't want to see this man." "For God's sake," exclaimed Connolly, " let me say one word to you," and he then offered Jones five million dollars to forego the publication of the accounts. " I don't...
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"Boss" Tweed: The Story of a Grim Generation

Denis Tilden Lynch - Biography & Autobiography - 1931 - 433 pages
...went to the lawyer's office, and, being ushered into a private room, was confronted by Comptroller Connolly. " 'I don't want to see this man,' said Mr...." 'I don't think the devil will ever make a higher hid for me than that.' "Connolly began to plead, and drew a graphic picture of what one could do with...
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