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" O'Donnell's. He wished me to call on him again, the first opportunity ; which I did, and spent part of a day 77 with him. He then surprised me more than ever, by opening a fresh scene of distress to me, which I felt sorry for. From the many civilities... "
The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries - Page 74
1912
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A Tour in America in 1798,1799, and 1800: Exhibiting Sketches of ..., Volume 1

Richard Parkinson, George Washington - Agriculture - 1805
...then surprised me more than ever, by opening a fresh scene of distress to me, which I felt sorry for. From the many civilities I had received in the town...part goes to Baltimore — such as navigable cuts, turnpikeroads, Sec. — I had made up my mind to settle near to Baltimore ; thinking that as I was...
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Greenleaf and Law in the Federal City

Allen Culling Clark - Washington (D.C.) - 1901 - 355 pages
...unfounded prejudices against America, and then writes two volumes of abuse. Mr. Parkinson further says : General Washington having in a most friendly manner...risingest town in America, except the federal city. Mr. Parkinson having computed an insufficiency of consumers for a brewery in the federal city, procured...
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Baltimore: Its History and Its People, Volume 1

Lewis Historical Publishing Co - Baltimore (Md.) - 1912
...farmer," who visited him at Mount Vernon at this time, while looking about for an American farm, that "Baltimore was and would be the risingest town in America, except the Federal City." IB Washington had great hopes for the national capital. The observant Englishman, however, could not...
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A Tour In America, in 1798, 1799, and 1800

Richard Parkinson - 1805
...then surprised me more than ever, by opening a fresh scene of distress to me, which I felt sorry for. From the many civilities I had received in the town...part goes to Baltimore — such as navigable cuts, turnpikeroads, &cc. — I had made up my mind to settle near to Baltimore ; thinking that as I 'was...
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