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  • they that never saw the court, Nor ever knew great men but by report! John Webster, The White Devil; or, Vittoria Corombona, Act V, scene VI. Great let
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  • called what it may. Daniel Webster, at a reception in Bangor, Maine, August 25, 1835. The Writings and Speeches of Daniel Webster, vol. 2, p. 165 (1903).
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  • executive power. Daniel Webster, speech in the Senate (27 May 1834), on President Andrew Jackson's protest, The Works of Daniel Webster, 10th edition (1857)
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  • up deficits, then it is on the road to bankruptcy. Franklin Roosevelt, governor of New York, campaign address on the federal budget, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
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  • man's stamp; we are not current till we pass from one man to another. John Webster, Northward Hoe, I, 186. Hazlitt's ed I am an acme of things accomplished
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  • (c. 29 BC), IV. 496. I saw him even now going the way of all flesh. John Webster, Westward Ho, Act II, scene 2. "Ah me! what boots us all our boasted
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  • Virginia governor John Letcher (28 August 1865), as quoted in Personal Reminiscences, Anecdotes, and Letters of Gen. Robert E. Lee (1875) by John William
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  • Patrick Henry (category State governors of the United States)
    1770s. A Founding Father, he served as the first and sixth post-colonial Governor of Virginia, from 1776 to 1779 and from 1784 to 1786. Henry led the opposition
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  • more abhors, than that black and detestable one, ingratitude. Letter to Governor Dinwiddie (29 May 1754) There is a Destiny which has the control of our
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  • Bill Clinton (category State governors of the United States)
    two questions for me. One, who killed JFK? And two, are there UFOs? To Webster Hubbell during his interview for Attorney General, 1992, according to Hubbell's
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  • What cannot a neat knave with a smooth tale Make a woman believe? John Webster, Duchess of Malfi (1623), I, II. Interviewer: So, why do you write these
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  • the firmament. Life and power are scattered with all its beams. Daniel Webster, address delivered at the laying of the Corner-Stone of Bunker Hill Monument
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  • Smiles, Character: The True Gentleman, Self-Help (1856), Ch 13. Daniel Webster struck me much like a steam engine in trousers. Sydney Smith, Lady Holland's
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  • "Anarchism" Merriam-Webster Dictionary One who rebels against any authority, established order, or ruling power. "Anarchist" Merriam-Webster Dictionary I
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  • have established. Grover Cleveland, Letter of Acceptance as Candidate for Governor (Oct. 7, 1882). See W. O. Stoddard's Life of Cleveland, Chapter IX. Your
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  • better fathers, and better husbands. Attributed to Jefferson by Daniel Webster in a letter of 15 June 1852 addressed to Professor Pease, recalling a Sunday
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  • de Tarascon (Paris: E. Flammarion, 1887), p. 204; translation from the Webster's French Thesaurus edition (San Diego: Icon, 2008), p. 80. Death
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  • against a preamble, they fought seven years against a declaration. Daniel Webster, speech on the Presidential Protest. May 17, 1834. Up Guards and at 'em
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  • Whatever makes men good Christians, makes them good citizens. Daniel Webster, speech at Plymouth (December 22, 1820), Volume I, p. 44. A Christian
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  • have heard Mr. Edward Everett, succeeding brave John Hancock and grand old Samuel Adams as governor of the freest State in history, say in his inaugural
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