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" It is enough that I do not feel myself bound, at all times and under any circumstances, to accept from any man, who shall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort; although I shall be always prepared to repel in a suitable manner the aggression... "
FAMOUS AMERICANS OF RECENT TIMES. - Сторінка 90
автори: JAMES PARTON - 1867
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The Private Correspondence of Daniel Webster, Том 1

Daniel Webster - 1857
...from any man, who shall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort ; although I shall be always prepared to repel in a suitable manner the...aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal. Your obedient servant, DANIEL WEBSTER. MR. WEBSTER TO REV. F. BROWN. Portsmouth, June 4, 1816. MY DEAR...
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Famous Americans of Recent Times

James Parton - 1877 - 473 стор.
...offensive words. Explanation was refused by the member from Massachusetts ; whereupon Mr. Randolph demanded " the satisfaction which his insulted feelings...other men of his time, to the people of New England. Keinoving to Boston in 1816, and remaining out of Congress for some years, he won the first place at...
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Life of Daniel Webster, Том 1

George Ticknor Curtis - 1870
...from any man, who shall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort ; although I shall be always prepared to repel in a suitable manner the...aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal. " Your obedient servant, " DANIEL "WEBSTKB." After this note had been delivered to Mr. Randolph, and...
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LIFE OF DANIEL WEBSTER

GEORGE TICKNOR CURTIS - 1870
...accept from any man, who shall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort; although I shall be always prepared to repel in a suitable manner the...aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal. " Your obedient servant, " DANIEL WEBSTER." After this note had been delivered to Mr. Randolph, and...
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Life of Daniel Webster, Том 1

George Ticknor Curtis - 1872
...-hall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort ; although 1 shall be always prvpanKl to repel in a suitable manner the aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal. " Your obedient servant, . W After this note had been delivered to Mr. Randolph, and the whole affair...
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Daniel Webster: His Life and Public Services

Joseph Banvard - 1875 - 397 стор.
...POLITICAL SLANDER. who shall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort, although I shall be always prepared to repel in a suitable manner the...aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal." A SUBJECT OF POLITICAL SLANDKK. Mr. Webster was always a conspicuous mark for political slander. He...
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Daniel Webster, Том 21

Henry Cabot Lodge - 1883 - 372 стор.
...by saying that he did not feel bound to risk his life at any one's bidding, but should " always be prepared to repel, in a suitable manner, the aggression of any man who may presume on this refusal." One cannot help smiling over this last clause, with its suggestion of personal violence,...
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A Library of American Literature...

Stedman, Edmund C. and Hutchinson Ellen M. - 1888
...accept from any man, who shall choose to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort; although I shall be always prepared to repel in a suitable manner the...aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal. Your obedient servant, DANIEL WEBSTER. WASHINGTON, early in 1816. TO GEORGE TICKNOR, AFTER READING...
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Proceedings in Congress Upon the Acceptance of the Statues of John Stark and ...

United States. Congress - 1895 - 263 стор.
...up by saying that he did not feel bound to risk his life at anyone's bidding, but should always be prepared to repel in a suitable manner the aggression of any man who might presume on his refusal." The period of nine years which have been mentioned, covering his law...
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The American Hall of Fame: Famous Americans, Their Portraits, Biographies ...

Marshall Everett - 1901 - 394 стор.
...from any man who chooses to risk his own life, an invitation of this sort, although I shall always be prepared to repel in a suitable manner the aggression of any man who may presume upon such a refusal. "Your obedient servant, "DANIEL WEBSTER." In 1816 Mr. Webster removed from Portsmouth to Boston, and...
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