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" I know not what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know, that I 'was never mean enough to despise any man because he was ignorant, or because he was poor, or because he was black. "
The Fifth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in Its Three Tours of ... - Page 120
by Alfred Seelye Roe - 1911 - 510 pages
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Memoir of Governor Andrew: With Personal Reminiscences

Peleg Whitman Chandler - Governors - 1880 - 298 pages
...occurs his remark, since so often quoted : " ' I know not what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know, that I was never mean enough...or because he was poor, or because he was black.' " Referring to slavery, he said : " ' I have never believed it to be possible that this controversy...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 18

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1881
...occurs his remark, since so often quoted : " ' I know not what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know, that I 'was never mean enough...or because he was poor, or because he was black.' " Referring to slavery, he said : "' I haVe never believed it to be possible that this controversy...
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Prof.J.L.Diman,D.D.: A Memorial Tribute.]

Edward James Young - 1881
...quoted : "'1 know not what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know, that I-was never mean enough to despise any man because he was...or because he was poor, or because he was black.' "' I have never believed it to be possible that this controversy should end, and peace resume her sway,...
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Sermons on the International Sunday-school Lessons for 1876-19 ..., Volume 9

Monday Club (Boston). - Sermons, American - 1883
...neighbors when he came to greatness and power; which led Governor Andrew to say, " I never despised a man because he was ignorant or because he was poor or because he was black." No one illustrates it as Christ himself does, in whom dwells all the fulness of the Godhead. This narrative...
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The Bay State Monthly, Volume 3

Fiction - 1885
...occurs his remark since so often quoted : " ' I know not what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know, that I was never mean enough to despise any man because he was black.' "Referring to slavery, he said: '45 our government turned its hack on the proclamation...
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Essex Institute Historical Collections, Volume 27

Essex County (Mass.) - 1890
...not,' said he, ' what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know, that I never was mean enough to despise any man because he was ignorant,...or because he was poor, or because he was black.' He had a fine poetic sense, and was in the habit, when travelling, of committing poetry to memory,...
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Biographical Sketches of Preeminent Americans, Volume 4

Frederick G. Harrison - United States - 1893
...country. Future statesmen may well propose to themselves as a model, John Albion Andrew, who " never was mean enough to despise any man because he was ignorant,...or because he was poor, or because he was black." AC . **,' . /' BENJAMIN F. BUTLER. By Darius Cobb The property of Hon. NA I'lympton, of Welleslev....
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Souvenir of the Visit of President McKinley and Members of the Cabinet to ...

Biography & Autobiography - 1899 - 113 pages
...portrait was the following quotation from one of his speeches : "I was never mean enough to despise a man because he was ignorant, or because he was poor, or because he was black." Under Governor Wolcott's picture was a quotation from a recent message relating to Massachusetts in...
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Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts, Volume 3

Massachusetts - 1900
...record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know that I was never mean enough to despise a man because he was ignorant, or because he was poor, or because he was black." He opposed the Chinese Exclusion Act, voting against the majority of his own party, and he was one...
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Transactions, Volume 3

Massachusetts - 1900
...races of men. He could well say with his father, " I know not what record of sin awaits me in the other world, but this I know that I was never mean enough to despise a man because he was ignorant, or because he was poor, or because he was black." He opposed the Chinese...
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