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" The people of the country to which we are going, are prepared to receive us. Their agents, now with Burr, say, that if we will protect their religion, and will not subject them to a foreign power, that in three weeks all will be settled. The gods invite... "
The Life of Harman Blennerhassett: Comprising an Authentic Narrative of the ... - Page 97
by William Harrison Safford - 1850 - 239 pages
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Lectures on the Growth and Development of the United States, Volume 5

Edwin Wiley, Irving Everett Rines - United States - 1915
...foreign Power, that in three weeks all will be settled. The gods invite [us] to glory and fortune : it remains to be seen whether we deserve the boon. The bearer of this goes express to you. He is a man of inviolable honor and perfect discretion; formed to execute rather than project: capable...
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The Life of John Marshall, Volume 3

Albert Jeremiah Beveridge - Judges - 1919 - 666 pages
...foreign Power, that in three weeks all will be settled. The gods invite us to glory and fortune ; it remains to be seen whether we deserve the boon.. The bearer of this goes express to you. He is a man of inviolable honor and perfect discretion, formed to execute rather than project, capable...
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The life of John Marshall, Volume 3

Albert Jeremiah Beveridge - Judges - 1919
...Power, that in three weeks all will be settled. The gods invite us to glory and fortune ; it remain s to be seen whether we deserve the boon. The bearer of this goes express to you. He is a man of inviolable honor and perfect discretion, formed to execute rather than project, capable...
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The Life of John Marshall, Volume 3

Albert Jeremiah Beveridge - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 700 pages
...foreign Power, that in three weeks all will be settled. The gods invite us to glory and fortune; it remains to be seen whether we deserve the boon. The bearer of this goes express to you. He is a man of inviolable honor and perfect discretion, formed to execute rather than project, capable...
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The Literary and Scientific Repository, and Critical Review, Volume 1

Charles Kitchell Gardner - Literary Criticism - 1820
...foreign power, that in three weeks all will be set" tled. The gods invite us to glory and fortune ; it remains to be " seen whether we deserve the boon. The bearer of this goes ex" press to you, he will hand a formal letter of introduction from me. " He is a man of inviolable...
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