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" I hold it to be one of the distinguishing excellences of elective over hereditary successions, that the talents, which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government of their affairs, rather than that... "
A Few of Hamilton's Letters: Including His Description of the Great West ... - Page 172
by Alexander Hamilton - 1903 - 277 pages
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. IV. Letters official and private ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - United States - 1847
...over hereditary successions, that the talents, which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...Colonel Hamilton, alias " Plain Facts" says, that Freneau,s salary began before he resided in Philadelphia. I do not know what quibble he may have in...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Comprising His Correspondence ..., Volume 4

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1851
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion should be selected by the society for the government...from the debauchees of the table to those of the bed. Col. Hamilton, alias " Plain Facts," says that Freneau's salary began before he resided in Philadelphia....
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The works of Alexander Hamilton: containing his correspondence ..., Volume 3

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1851
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion should be selected by the society for the government...from the debauchees of the table to those of the bed. Col. Hamilton, alias " Plain Facts," says that Freneau's salary began before he resided in Philadelphia....
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence, contin

Thomas Jefferson, Henry Augustine Washington - United States - 1853
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...through the loins of knaves and fools, passing from the debauches of the table to those of the bed. Colonel Hamilton, alias " Plain Facts," says, that Freneau's...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Being His Autobiography ..., Volume 2

Thomas Jefferson - United States - 1853
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...through the loins of knaves and fools, passing from the debauches of the table to those of the bed. Colonel Hamilton, alias " Plain Facts," says, that Freneau's...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 31

Current events - 1873
...elective over hereditary succession, that the talents, which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...the debauchees of the table to those of the bed." In conclusion, he said that, as the time of his retirement from office was so near (only six months...
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The life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...through the loins of knaves and fools, passing from the debauches of the table to those of the bed. Colonel Hamilton, alias ' Plain Facts,' says, that Freneau's...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 2

Henry Stephens Randall - United States - 1858
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...through the loins of knaves and fools, passing from the debauches of the table to those of the bed. Colonel Hamilton, alias ' Plain Facts,' says, that Freneau's...
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The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Correspondence

Thomas Jefferson, Henry Augustine Washington - United States - 1859
...elective over hereditary successions, that the talents which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...through the loins of knaves and fools, passing from the debauches of the table to those of the bed. Colonel Hamilton, alias "Plain Facts," says, that Freneau's...
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The writings of Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association of the United States - Biography & Autobiography - 1895
...elective over hereditary succesions, that the talents, which nature has provided in sufficient proportion, should be selected by the society for the government...should be transmitted through the loins of knaves & fools passing from the debauches of the table to those of the bed. Colo Hamilton, alias "Plain facts,"...
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