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" Having considered it attentively, I regret to find in it nothing of that sincerity and delicacy which you profess to value. Political opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the necessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour and the rules of... "
A General History of the Burr Family in America: With a Genealogical Record ... - Page 101
by Charles Burr Todd - 1878 - 436 pages
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Public Characters, Volume 8

Alexander Stephens - Biography - 1806
...find in it nothing of that sincerity and delicacy which you profess to value. Political opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the necessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour, and the rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege, nor indulge it in others. B b 4 The...
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Public characters [Formerly British public characters] of 1798-9 - 1809-10

1806
...opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the nei cessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour, and the rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege, nor indulge it in ing till the March following, he appeared, and took his seat as usual, at the head of the Senate. In...
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The Balance, and Columbian Repository, Volume 3

Ezra Sampson, George Chittenden, Harry Croswell - Hudson (N.Y.) - 1804
...delicacy which you profefs to value. Political oppofuion ran never abfolve gentlemen from the nec'-flity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honor, and the rules of decorum. I neither claim fuch privilege nor indulge it in others. • The common fenfe of mankind affixes to the. •epithet...
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American Political and Military Biography: In Two Parts. Part I. The ...

Presidents - 1825 - 424 pages
...never absolve gentlemen from the icessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honor, and the eiles of decorum. I neither claim such privilege nor indulge...The common sense of mankind affixes to the epithet •ii"ipted by Dr. Cooper, the idea of dishonor. It has been ;iiilicly applied to me under the sanction...
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Familiar Letters on Public Characters, and Public Events: From the Peace of ...

William Sullivan - United States - 1834 - 468 pages
...among other things said, " Political opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the " necessity of rigid adherence to the laws of honor, and the " rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege, nor in" dulge it in others. The common sense of mankind affixes " to the epithet adopted by Dr. Cooper,...
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Familiar Letters on Public Characters, and Public Events, from the Peace of ...

William Sullivan - United States - 1834 - 345 pages
...among other things said, " Political opjwsition can never absolve gentlemen from the " necessity of rigid adherence to the laws of honor and the " rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege, nor in" dulge it in others. The common sense of mankind affixes " to the epithet adopted by Dr. Cooper,...
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The Life of Aaron Burr, Volume 4

Samuel Lorenzo Knapp - United States - 1835 - 290 pages
...find in it nothing of that sincerity and delicacy which you profess to value. Political opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the necessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour, and the rules of decorum, I neither claim. such privilege nor indulge it in others. The common...
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Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Volume 2

Aaron Burr, Matthew Livingston Davis - New York (State) - 1837
...find in it nothing of that sincerity and delicacy which you profess to value. Political opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the necessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour and the rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege nor indulge it in others. The common...
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Memoirs of Aaron Burr: With Miscellaneous Selections from His ..., Volume 1

Aaron Burr, Matthew Livingston Davis - New York (State) - 1837
...find in it nothing of that sincerity and delicacy which you profess to value. * Political opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the necessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour and the rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege nor indulge it in others. The common...
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Memoirs of Aaron Burr: With Miscellaneous Selections from His ..., Volume 2

Aaron Burr, Matthew Livingston Davis - New York (State) - 1837
...opposition can never absolve gentlemen from the necessity of a rigid adherence to the laws of honour and the rules of decorum. I neither claim such privilege nor indulge it in others. adopted by Doctor Cooper the idea of dishonour. It has been publicly applied to me under the sanction...
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