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" The next observed that the word makes might as well be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats; if good and to their mind they would buy, by whomsoever made. He struck it out. A third said he thought the words for ready money were... "
The Writings of Thomas Jefferson: Inaugural addresses and messages. Replies ... - Page 501
by Thomas Jefferson - 1854
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The Hill Readers: Book [one-five], Book 5

Daniel Harvey Hill - Readers - 1906
...hats,' which showed 10 he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word ' makes ' might as well be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats. He struck it out. A third said that he thought the words ' for ready money ' were 15 useless, as it...
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Guide Books to English, Book 1

Ada Van Stone Harris, Charles Benajah Gilbert - English language - 1907
..." might be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats, if only they were good. He struck it out. A third said he thought the words...was not the custom of the place to sell on credit. They were parted with. The inscription now read : "John Thompson sells hats." "Sells hats?" said his...
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The Wit and Humor of Colonial Days (1607-1800)

Carl Holliday - American literature - 1912 - 315 pages
...makes hats,' which showed he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word ' makes ' might as well be omitted, because his customers would...was not the custom of the place to sell on credit. . . . They were parted with, and the inscription now stood, 'John Thompson sells hats.' 'Sells hats!'...
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English Lessons, Book 1

Ada Van Stone Harris - English language - 1912 - 333 pages
..." might be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats, if only they were good. He struck it out. A third said he thought the words...was not the custom of the place to sell on credit. They were parted with. The inscription now read : "John Thompson sells hats." "Sells hats?" said his...
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Readings from American Literature: A Textbook for Schools and Colleges

Mary Edwards Calhoun, Emma Leonora MacAlarney - American literature - 1915 - 635 pages
...well be omitted, because his cus tomers would not care who made the hats. If good and to thei minds, they would buy, by whomsoever made. He struck it out...was not the custom of the place to sell on credit Everyom who purchased expected to pay. They were parted with, and thj inscription now stood, 'John...
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Benjamin Franklin, Self-revealed: A Biographical and Critical ..., Volume 1

William Cabell Bruce - 1917
...'makes hats' which showed he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word ' makes ' might as well be omitted, because his customers would...was not the custom of the place to sell on credit; everyone who purchased expected to pay. They were parted with, and the inscription now stood, 'John...
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Jefferson Himself: The Personal Narrative of a Many-Sided American

Thomas Jefferson - Biography & Autobiography - 1970 - 384 pages
..."makes hats" which show he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word "makes" might as well be omitted, because his customers would...was not the custom of the place to sell on credit. Everyone who purchased expected to pay. They were parted with, and the inscription now stood, "John...
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The Cambridge History of American Literature, Volume 1

Cyrus R. K. Patell - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 829 pages
..."makes hats," which show he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word "makes" might as well be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats. . . . He struck it out. A third said he thought the words "for ready money" were useless, as it was...
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Benjamin Franklin: An American Life

Walter Isaacson - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 608 pages
..."makes hats," which showed he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word "makes" might as well be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats . . . He struck it out. A third said he thought the words "for ready money" were useless, as it was...
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The Political Philosophy of Benjamin Franklin

Lorraine Smith Pangle - History - 2007 - 277 pages
..."makes hats," which showed he was a hatter. It was struck out. The next observed that the word "makes" might as well be omitted, because his customers would not care who made the hats ... He struck it out. A third said he thought the words "for ready money" were useless, as it was not...
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