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" I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify neither myself nor my friends. "
Genealogical and Family History of the State of New Hampshire: A Record of ... - Page 559
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Hawthorne's Works, Volume 24

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1899
...drawn out, — " I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have today, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify...
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The Complete Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Julian Hawthorne - 1883
...drawn out, — " I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify...
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Tales, Sketches, and Other Papers

Nathaniel Hawthorne - Historical fiction, American - 1883 - 569 pages
...and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify neither myself nor my friends." It is in such moments of...
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APPLETON'S CYCLOPAEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY

JAMES GRANT WILSON - 1888
...despondent. He replied to the sympathetic expressions of a friend : " I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients continue to trust me, and if I fail...that will mortify neither myself nor my friends." With his popular qualities it was inevitable that he should take a prominent part in the sharp political...
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the republic; or a history of the united states of america in the ...

john robert irelan - 1888
...hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail, as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases...that will mortify neither myself nor my friends." This was his second display of one of the leading elements of great success. In college he had failed...
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Appleton's Encyclopaedia of American Biography, Volume 5

James Grant Wilson, John Fiske - America - 1888
...despondent. He replied to the sympathetic expressions of a friend: "I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients continue to trust me, and if I fail just as I have to-day, I will try the I thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this I court-house in a manner that will mortify neither...
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Works, Volume 12

Nathaniel Hawthorne, Julian Hawthorne - 1888
...drawn out, — " I do not need that. I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients will continue to trust me, and, if I fail just as I have to-day, will try the thousandth. I shall live to argue cases in this court house in a manner that will mortify...
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Our presidents: or, The lives of twenty-three presidents of the United States

Virginia Frances Townsend - Presidents - 1888 - 378 pages
...the ring of assured future success : " I will try nine hundred and ninetynine cases if clients will continue to trust me ; and if I fail, just as I have to-day, I will try the thousandth." But the man who said that and meant it, would not fail "a thousand times." Hillsborough soon sent young...
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The presidents of the United States 1789-1894

James Grant Wilson - Presidents - 1894 - 526 pages
...despondent. He replied to the sympathetic expressions of a friend: "I will try nine hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients continue to trust me, and if I fail...that will mortify neither myself nor my friends." With his popular qualities it was inevitable that he should take a prominent part in the sharp political...
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The Story of the Great Republic

Hélène Adeline Guerber - Readers - 1899 - 349 pages
...hundred and ninety-nine cases, if clients continue to trust me ; and if I fail just as I have failed to-day, I will try the thousandth. I shall live to...that will mortify neither myself nor my friends." As the young man proved as good as his word, it will not surprise you to hear that he did succeed....
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