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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 301 for a verbal communication, of which the following notes, No. VII., handed me by Mr. Burr, were to be the basis. The substance of which, though in terms as much softened..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 311 emanated from the friend of General Hamilton. None were given previous to document No. III. Immediately after that letter, dated 21st June, are the following remarks..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 69 of March. Accept my respectful and affectionate salutations." The letter is, in a great measure, incomprehensible. It indicates nothing but Mr. Jeffersons extreme terror..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 75 the House of Representatives were present. Of this number fifty-one, on the first ballot, voted for Mr. Jefferson ; and on no subsequent vote was that number increased..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
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Text:"...114 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. ifestly increasing. The vote which the representation of a state enables me to give would decide the question in favour of Mr. Jefferson. At present I am by no means..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. You must perceive, sir, the necessity of a prompt and unqualified acknowledgment or denial of the use of any expressions which would warrant the assertions of Mr. Cooper. I..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 423 opinion, Mr. Burr is ready to satisfy him that no circumstances exist which can, by any construction, in the slightest degree impair his rights as a citizen..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 93 JSoufh Carolina. I had no occasion to intercede for the election of Colonel Burr : all the fear I had while there was lest a compromise should take place, as the political..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...296 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. eral Hamilton and Judge Kent have declared, in substance, that they looked upon Mr. Burr to be a dangerous man, and one who ought not to be trusted with the reins..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 259 CHAPTER XV. An amendment to the Constitution of the United States having been proposed by Congress, and doubts existing as to the manner in which it should be authenticated..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
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Text:"...378 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. On the same day (October 19th) General Miranda wrote General Knox as follows : - I cannot express to you, ray dear general, with what pleasure I heard of your nomination..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...376 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. any other views than such as relate to land speculations Commodore Truxton, on the trial at Richmond, swore thaf Colonel Burr, in the latter end of July, 1806, informed him..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...56 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. cure inviolable the attachment of his friends. They were of the most ardent and devoted kind. Confiding in his patriotism and judgment, and feeling that he was incapable..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MEMOIRS GF AARONBURR. 421 ** Presuming that a proceeding so distressing and unmerited - so contrary to the laws of hospitality, to the fame of your majestys magnanimity and justice..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 87 a wish to get a clew to the names of the person or persons who suppressed the work. On the 31st of May, 1802, the Aurora states that the American Citizen and the Evening..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...74 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. consequently they would not have had, in the language of the Constitution, a majority of the whole number of electors appointed, and the candidates out of which a choice..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
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Text:"...MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. 125 out any application from me. But Mr. Ogden or any other person never did make any communication to me from Mr. Burr, nor do I remember having any conversation with him..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1855
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...298 MEMOIRS OF AARONBURR. adopted by Doctor Cooper the idea of dishonour. It has been publicly applied to me under the sanction of your name. The question is not whether he has understood..."
Date:Between 1756 and 1837
Publication place:New York, USA
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