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" All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of innocence, all the tenderness of a wife and all the fondness of a mother showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. "
The Women of the American Revolution - Page 219
by Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1848
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The Life of Alexander Hamilton, Volume 1

John Church Hamilton - 1834
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe, that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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The Life and Treason of Benedict Arnold

Jared Sparks - American loyalists - 1835 - 335 pages
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe, that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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The Official and Other Papers of the Late Major-General Alexander Hamilton ...

Alexander Hamilton - United States - 1842 - 496 pages
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe, that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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The Library of American Biography, Volume 3

Jared Sparks - United States - 1835
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe, that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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Lights and Shadows of American History

Samuel Griswold Goodrich - America - 1844 - 320 pages
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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The North American Review, Volume 68

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1849
...being in a plot to murder her child, raved, shed tears, and lamented the fate of the infant All {he sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of innocence,...to her that he must banish himself from his country forever. The opinion of other persons qualified to judge without prejudice, acquitted her of the charge...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Correspondence. 1769-1789

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1850
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe, that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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The Works of Alexander Hamilton: Correspondence

Alexander Hamilton - Finance - 1851
...occasioned by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of...mother, showed themselves in her appearance and conduct. We have every reason to believe, that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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Godey's Magazine, Volume 45

Louis Antoine Godey, Sarah Josepha Buell Hale - Costume - 1852
...sioncd by the imprudence of its father, in a manner that would have pierced insensibility itself. All the ! sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness...and all the fondness of a mother, showed themselves ш her appearance and conduct. "We have every reason to believe that she wee entirely unacquainted...
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THE PICTORIAL FIELD-BOOK OF THE REVOLUTION

BENSON J. LOSSING - 1852
...All the sweetness of beauty, all the loveliness of innocence, all the tenderness of a wife, and al] died on the seventeenth of August, 1820, in the seventy-sixth year of his We have every reason to believe that she was entirely unacquainted with the plan, and that the first...
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