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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. J of the house required, that every motion should be reduced to writing, before it could be put from the chair. The speaker of the house, who was the head of the opposite party..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... the present question. Farewell, my dear friend, may you be as happy as you deserve, then the cause of humanity will have nothing to fear for you. RICHARDHENRYLEE.* While Mr. Lee was in Virginia, he received..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE; 243 and brothers, were to fall, perhaps, by each others hands. The deep gloom, the awful anxieties of such a crisis, can be, in some degree, felt by the reader. The dignity..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... question. Farewell, my dear friend, may you be as happy as you deserve, then the cause of humanity will have nothing to fear for you. RICHARDHENRYLEE.* While Mr. Lee was in Virginia, he received a letter..."
Date:1825
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. \Y( and Declaration of Independence, has not, unfrequently, been placed in competition with that of Mr. Jefferson The true history of this celebrated period, furnishes no ground..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. and brothers, were to fall, perhaps, by each others hands. The deep gloom, the awful anxieties of such a crisis, can be, in some degree, felt by the reader. The dignity..."
Date:1825
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...THE LETTERS OF RICHARDHENRYLEE late you upon it most sincerely. On April 4th, to the same: I trust he (Mons. Gerard) will conduct his negociation agreeable to what appears to me..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. J77 and Declaration of Independence, has not, unfrequently, been placed in competition with that of Mr. Jefferson. The true history of this celebrated period, furnishes..."
Date:1825
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. 29 leges, to which they are entitled by the constitution and laws, there must have been some great and palpable injury offered by them to the society of which they are a part..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...THE LETTERS OF RICHARDHENRYLEE France that he might preserve his Aldermanship by inactivity, when remaining in London would have preserved it more effectually with much less trouble ! Yours..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1914
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...THE LETTERS OF RICHARDHENRYLEE France that he might preserve his Aldermanship by inactivity, when remaining in London would have preserved it more effectually with much less trouble ! Yours..."
Date:1911
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... and joy upon the freedom and glory of the United States, in his warmest accents, he will call on the name of RichardHenryLee, and bid one of the fathers of his country, hail!* Authentic anecdotes show..."
Date:1825
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. J 7 7 and Declaration of Independence, has not, unfrequently, been placed in competition with that of Mr. Jefferson, The true history of this celebrated period, furnishes..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. £18 On the thirteenth, he acted on a committee, to which were referred, a letter from the Marquis La Fayette, and one from General Washington, both of which were written..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. 14$ and brothers, were to fall, perhaps, by each others hands. The deep gloom, the awful anxieties of such a crisis, can be, in some degree, felt by the reader. The dignity ot..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"... and joy upon the freedom and glory of the United States, in his warmest accents, he will call on the name of RichardHenryLee, and bid one of the fathers of his country, hail!* Authentic anecdotes show..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. 97 a copy of the resolutions which Mr. Lee intended to have ottered to the House. The correspondence of these two great men, and eminent patriots, will be read with increasing..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...OP RICHARDHENRYLEE. 213 On the thirteenth, he acted on a committee, to which were referred, a letter from the Marquis La Fayette, and one from General Washington, both of which were written..."
Date:1825
Place:Virginia, USA
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Text:"...OF RICHARDHENRYLEE. 143 and brothers, were to fall, perhaps, by each others hands. The deep gloom, the awful anxieties of such a crisis, can be, in some degree, felt by the reader. The dignity..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"... one who is, Most truly and affectionately yours, Charles Lee. To RichardHenry or Fraxcis Lee, Esq. [Reply of R. H. Lee.] PHILADELPHIA, February 11, 1777. My dear Friend - My feelings..."
Date:Between 1732 and 1794
Place:Virginia, USA