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" I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify neither myself nor my friends. "
Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of ... - Page 559
edited by - 1908 - 2067 pages
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The Illustrated Magazine of Art, Volume 1

Art - 1853
...the full extent of his own resources. " I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases," said he, " if clients continue to trust me, and if I fail, just as I have to-day, I will try the thousandth." He did not, however, at this time persevere in the pursuit of legal distinction. His father was so...
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Portraits of Eminent Americans Now Living: Including President Pierce and ...

John Livingston - United States - 1854 - 542 pages
...who wished to console him on the loss of a case : " I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, and if I fail, just as I have to-day, I will try the thousandth." He felt the strength within him he knew that time would bring it out. In 1829 he was elected a...
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New Hampshire as it is ...

Edwin Azro Charlton - New Hampshire - 1857 - 592 pages
..."I do not need that," he answered ; " I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify...
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The new American cyclopaedia: a popular dictionary of general ..., Volume 13

George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1861
...to a friend who condoled with him: "I will try -nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify...
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The Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine Devoted to History ..., Volume 4

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - New Hampshire - 1881
...to a friend who condoled with him : " I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court-house in a manner that will neither...
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New Hampshire State Magazine, Volume 4

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - New Hampshire - 1881
...to a friend who condoled with him : " I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court-house in a manner that will neither...
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History of Bowdoin College: With Biographical Sketches of Its Graduates ...

Nehemiah Cleaveland - 1882 - 905 pages
...have drawn out) , ' I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me ; and if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court-house in a manner that will mortify...
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History of Bowdoin College: With Biographical Sketches of Its Graduates ...

Nehemiah Cleaveland - 1882 - 905 pages
...have drawn out), 'I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me ; and if I fail just as I have to-daj', will try the thousandth. 1 shall live to argue cases in this court-house in a manner that...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, George Parsons Lathrop, Julian Hawthorne - 1883
...drawn out, " I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortifv...
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Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers

Nathaniel Hawthorne - New England - 1883
...drawn out, " I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify...
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