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" OURS. Over the river we are shown the dwelling-house of Arnold — that BASE and HEARTLESS traitor to his country and his God. I do love the PLACE — it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too. You might search the... "
St. Nicholas - Page 898
by Mary Mapes Dodge - 1909
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Life of Ulysses Simpson Grant

Emma Elizabeth Brown - 1885 - 384 pages
...dwelling-house of Arnold, that base and heartless traitor to his country and his God. I do love the place; it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too. You might search the wide world over, and then not find a better. Now, all this sounds nice, very nice;...
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McClure's Magazine ..., Volume 8

1897
...dwelling-house of Arnold — that BASE and HEABTLESS traitor to his country and his God. I do love the PLACE — it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too. You might search the wide world over and then not find a better. Now all this sounds nice, very nice...
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Ulysses S. Grant: His Life and Character

Hamlin Garland - 1898 - 524 pages
...dwelling-house of Arnold — that BASE and HEARTLESS traitor to his country and his God. I do love the PLACE — it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too. You might search the wide world over and then not find a better. Now all this sounds nice, very nice;...
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Ulysses S. Grant: His Life and Character

Hamlin Garland - 1898 - 524 pages
...dwelling-house of Arnold— that BASE and HEARTLESS traitor to his country and his God. I do love the PLACE— it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too. You might search the wide world over and then not find a better. Now all this sounds nice, very nice...
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The Friendly Craft: A Collection of American Letters

Elizabeth Deering Hanscom - American letters - 1908 - 364 pages
...dwelling-house of Arnold — that BASE and HEARTLESS traitor to his country and his God. I do love the PLACE — it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too. You might search the wide world over and then not find a better. Now all this sounds nice, very nice...
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Ulysses S. Grant

Franklin Spencer Edmonds - 1915 - 376 pages
...worthy the patriotic instructions yon have given." "I do love the place," he wrote to his cousin ; "it seems as though I could live here forever, if my friends would only come too." In writing his " Memoirs," when the shadow of the grave was close, Grant then remembered that he had...
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Grant and Twain: The Story of a Friendship That Changed America

Mark Perry - Biography & Autobiography - 2004 - 336 pages
...Hudson Valley, whose river shone from his room. "I do love the place," he wrote in one letter home. "It seems as though I could live here forever if my friends would only come too." Ulysses S. Grant was not his father; he was lonely, but he wasn't shunned. Rather, his natural shyness...
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