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" Federal views ; it is a vain hope ... to accomplish his end. he must lean upon unprincipled men, and will continue to adhere to the myrmidons who have hitherto surrounded him. To these he will no doubt add able rogues of the Federal party but he will... "
The True Aaron Burr: A Biographical Sketch - Page 25
by Charles Burr Todd - 1902 - 77 pages
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Life of Colonel Aaron Burr: Vice-president of the United States. Also ...

Charles Burr Todd - 1879 - 147 pages
...will continue to adhere to the myrmidons who have hitherto surrounded him. To these he will no doubt add able rogues of the Federal party but he will employ...disapprove. These things are to be inferred with moral * Washington, Hamilton, and Pinckney. certainty from the character of the man. Every step in his career...
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The History of the United States of America: John Adams and Jefferson

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1879
...but he will employ the rogues of all parties to overrule the good men of all parties, and to promote projects which wise men of every description will...of the man. Every step in his career proves that he hat, formed himself on the model of Catiline, and he is too cold-blooded and de termined a conspirator...
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The history of the united states of america

Richard Hildreth - 1879
...continue to adhere to the 1801. myrmidons who have hitherto surrounded him. To these he will no doubt add able rogues of the Federal party ; but he will...parties to overrule the good men of all parties, and to promote projects which wise men of every description will disapprove. These things are to be inferred...
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The history of the united states of america

Richard Hildreth - 1879
...continue to adhere to the 1801. myrmidons who have hitherto surrounded him. To these he will no doubt add able rogues of the Federal party ; but he will...parties to overrule the good men of all parties, and to promote projects which wise men of every description will disapprove. These things are to be inferred...
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The History of the United States of America, Volume 5

Richard Hildreth - United States - 1879
...but he will employ the rogues of all parties to overrule the good men of all parties, and to promote projects which wise men of every description will...certainty from the character of the man. Every step m his career proves that he has formed himself on the model of Catiline, and he is too cold-blooded...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton, Volume 8

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1886
...will continue to adhere to the myrmidons who have hitherto seconded him. To these he will, no doubt, add able rogues of the federal party, but he will...which wise men of every description will disapprove. line, and he is too cold-blooded and too determined a conspirator ever to change his plan. What would...
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A General History of the Burr Family: With a Genealogical Record from 1193 ...

Charles Burr Todd - New England - 1878 - 535 pages
...will continue to adhere to the myrmidons who have hitherto surrounded him. To these he will no doubt add able rogues of the Federal party, but he will...projects which wise men of every description will * Washington, Hamilton, and Pinckney. disapprove. These things are to be inferred with moral certainty...
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Alexander Hamilton and the Growth of the New Nation

John Chester Miller - Biography & Autobiography - 1964 - 659 pages
...nature and, having "the boldness and daring necessary to give success to the Jacobin system," he would "employ the rogues of all parties to overrule the...which wise men of every description will disapprove." A Francophile at heart, he would precipitate war with Great Britain within six months of taking office....
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Presidential Campaigns : From George Washington to George W. Bush: From ...

Paul F. Boller Jr. Professor of History Texas Christian University (Emeritus) - Political Science - 2004 - 496 pages
...the New Yorker as the "Catiline of America," utterly without principle, public or private, who would employ "the rogues of all parties to overrule the good men of all parties." Jefferson, by contrast, though a "contemptible hypocrite" and "tinctured with fanaticism," at least...
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Mudslingers: The Top 25 Negative Political Campaigns of All Time ..., Issue 1

Kerwin C. Swint - History - 2006 - 254 pages
...made him absolutely ill. He believed Burr to be an unprincipled scoundrel, and said that Burr would "employ the rogues of all parties to overrule the good men of all parties. ... I trust the Federalists will not finally be so mad as to vote for Burr." Hamilton insisted he got...
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