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" Jefferson; but if such should be the result, every man who knows me ought to know that I would utterly disclaim all competition. Be assured that the Federal party can entertain no wish for such an exchange. As to my friends, they would dishonor my views... "
A General History of the Burr Family: With a Genealogical Record from 1193 ... - Page 79
by Charles Burr Todd - 1878 - 535 pages
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The Life of John Marshall: Politician, Diplomatist Statesman 1789-1801

Albert J. Beveridge - Biography & Autobiography - 2000 - 648 pages
...competition. Be assured that the Federalist party can entertain no wish for such a change. . . . My friends would dishonor my views and insult my feelings by a suspicion that I would submit to be instrumenta.1 in counteracting the wishes and expectations of the United States. And I now constitute...
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The Life of John Marshall, Volume 2

Albert Jeremiah Beveridge - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 636 pages
...competition. Be assured that the Federalist party can entertain no wish for such a change. . . . My friends would dishonor my views and insult my feelings by...the wishes and expectations of the United States. And I now constitute you my proxy to declare these sentiments if the occasion shall require." (Burr...
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To the People of the United States

The Publisher - 1858
...representatives, in which he disclaimed all competition with Mr. Jefferson. " As to my friends," he says, " they would dishonor my views, and insult my feelings,...to be instrumental in counteracting the wishes and the expectations of the people of the United States. And I now constitute you my proxy to declare these...
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History of the plots and crimes of the great conspiracy to overthrow liberty ...

...Representatives, in which he disclaimed all competition with Jefferson : " As to my friends," he says, " they would dishonor my views and insult my feelings...would submit to be instrumental in counteracting the rules and expectations of the United States." Statesman's Manual, page 313. It was Jefferson's...
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