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" With respect to General Knox, I can say with truth, there is no man in the United States with whom I have been in habits of greater intimacy, no one whom I have loved more sincerely, nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship. "
Collections of the Maine Historical Society. [1st Ser.̈ - Page 20
by Maine Historical Society - 1890
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Irving's Works: Life of George Washington

Washington Irving, Pierre Munroe Irving - 1882
...to the President (25th September), he writes : " With respect to General Knox, I can say with truth there is no man in the United States with whom I have...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship. But esteem, love, and friendship can have no influence on my mind, when I conceive that the subjugation...
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Collections and Proceedings of the Maine Historical Society

Maine Historical Society - Local history - 1890
...unfading glories and honors in the achievements of Trenton. There, sir, went the fishermen of Marblehoad, alike at home upon land or water; alike ardent, patriotic...laurels may fade and wither, monumental marble may moldor and crumble, but the man of whom it may be said that for nearly a generation he enjoyed the...
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The True George Washington

Paul Leicester Ford - Presidents - 1897 - 319 pages
...major-general, and at this time asserted that, " with respect to General Knox I can say with truth there is no man in the United States with whom I have...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship." Greene was perhaps the closest to Washington of all the generals, and their relations might be dwelt...
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The true George Washington

Paul Leicester Ford - 1896 - 319 pages
...major-general, and at this time asserted that, " with respect to General Knox I can say with truth there is no man in the United States with whom I have...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship." Greene was perhaps the closest to Washington of all the generals, and their relations might be dwelt...
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Life of Washington, Volume 5

Washington Irving - 1905
...to the President (25th September), he writes : " With respect to General Knox, I can say with truth there is no man in the United States with whom I have...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship. But esteem, love, and friendship can have no influence on my mind, when I conceive that the subjugation...
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Letters and Addresses,

George Washington - 1908 - 489 pages
...therefore I repeat, that his loss will be irreparable. With respect to General Knox, I can say with truth, there is no man in the United States with whom I have...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship. But esteem, love, and friendship can have no influence on my mind, when I conceive that the subjugation...
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George Washington. A biography. [Mit Portr.] (2. print.)

John Richard Alden - 1984 - 326 pages
...change the arrangement he had made. "I can say with truth," he wrote to the president regarding Knox, "there is no man in the United States with whom I...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship." But it was necessary to make the best possible appointments "when, possibly, our all is at stake."...
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WASHINGTON AND THE AMERICAN REPUBLIC

BENSON J. LOSSING - 1879
...friendship. "There is no man in the United States/' he wrote to President Adams a few weeks later, " with whom I have been in habits of greater intimacy,...nor any for whom I have had a greater friendship. But esteem, love, and friendship, can have no influence on my mind, when I conceive that the subjugation...
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