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" I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I have enjoyed in this life. You have completely satisfied all that my heart and affections had hoped or even wished. "
The True Aaron Burr: A Biographical Sketch - Page 29
by Charles Burr Todd - 1902 - 77 pages
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Memoirs of Aaron Burr, Volume 2

Aaron Burr, Matthew Livingston Davis - New York (State) - 1837
...letters, filed and marked, sometimes " Clara," sometimes " L." I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...ambition or vanity had fondly imagined. Let your son have Qccasion to be proud that he had a mother. Adieu. Adieu. A. BURR. I have directed that the flat writing-case...
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The American Quarterly Review, Volume 22

Robert Walsh - 1837
...dearca Theodosia, for a very great portion 1837. ] Memoirs of Aaron Burr. 375 of the happiness which 1 have enjoyed in this life. You have completely satisfied all that my heart aud atfections had hoped or even wished. With a little more perseverance, determination, and industry,...
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The Friendships of Women

William Rounseville Alger - Friendship - 1879 - 416 pages
...wrote to his daughter a long letter, in which he said, " I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...my heart and affections had hoped, or even wished." Unhappily he slew his antagonist, and himself survived to carry a load of deadly and universal obloquy...
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The Life and Times of Aaron Burr ...

James Parton - New York (State) - 1888
...her own. His letter concludes with these touching words: "I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...fondly imagined. Let your son have occasion to be proud ihat he had a mother. Adieu. Adieu." In a postscript, he tells her, upon her arrival in New York, to...
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The life and times of Aaron Burr, Volume 1

James Parton - New York (State) - 1893
...own. His letter concludes with these touching words : " I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...completely satisfied all that my heart and affections had hopeJ or even wished. With a little more perseverance, determination, and industry, you will obtain...
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Nullification and Secession in the United States: A History of the Six ...

Edward Payson Powell - Great Britain - 1897 - 461 pages
...letters, filed and marked, sometimes " Clara," sometimes " L." I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...affections had hoped or even wished. With a little more perseverence, determination, and industry, you will obtain all that my ambition or vanity had fondly...
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Famous American belles of the nineteenth century

Virginia Tatnall Peacock - Women - 1900 - 287 pages
...On the eve of his duel with Hamilton he wrote to her, " I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...satisfied all that my heart and affections had hoped for or ever wished." Theodosia was the only child of Burr's marriage with the widow of a British army...
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Famous American belles of the nineteenth century

Virginia Tatnall Peacock - Women - 1901 - 287 pages
...On the eve of his duel with Hamilton he wrote to her, " I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...satisfied all that my heart and affections had hoped for or ever wished." Theodosia was the only child of Burr's marriage with the widow of a British army...
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Dames and Daughters of the Young Republic ...: Illustrated

Geraldine Brooks - Women - 1901 - 287 pages
...and my daughter ; " and to Theodosia herself he said, " I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...life. You have completely satisfied all that my heart had hoped." Not many hours later the world was mourning the death of Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr...
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Aaron Burr: His Personal and Political Relations with Thomas Jefferson and ...

Isaac Jenkinson - 1902 - 381 pages
...adoration." He closes his letter to his daughter as follows : " I am indebted to you, my dearest Theodosia, for a very great portion of the happiness which I...son have occasion to be proud that he had a mother." Calmly and with almost his usual pleasantry he thus writes, possibly for the last time, to those who...
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