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" Ladies and gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, wishing you all possible happiness. "
Chambers's papers for the people - Page 289
by Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1850
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Martha Washington

Anne Hollingsworth Wharton - Presidents - 1897 - 306 pages
...gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, and wishing you all possible happiness.' There was an end of all pleasantry. He who gives this relation accidentally directed his eye to the lady of the British minister (Mrs....
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The True George Washington

Paul Leicester Ford - 1896 - 319 pages
...gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health, as a public man. I do it with sincerity, and wishing you all possible happiness.' There was an end of all pleasantry." A glance at Mrs. Washington's receptions has been given, but the levees of the President remain to...
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Washington After the Revolution: MDCCLXXXIV-MDCCXCIX

William Spohn Baker - 1898 - 416 pages
...gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, and wishing you all possible happiness!' There was an end of all pleasantry. He who gives this relation accidentally directed his eye to the lady of the British minister (Mrs....
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Washington After the Revolution: MDCCLXXXIV-MDCCXCIX

William Spohn Baker - 1898 - 416 pages
...gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, and wishing you all possible happiness!' There was an end of all pleasantry. He who gives this relation accidentally directed his eye to the lady of the British minister (Mrs....
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Washington's life and military career

Washington Irving - 1902 - 563 pages
...filled his glass. "Ladies and gentlemen," said he," this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man; I do it with sincerity, wishing you all possible happiness." The gayety of the company was checked in an instant; all felt the importance of this leave-taking;...
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Life and times of Washington, Volume 4

John Frederick Schroeder, Benson John Lossing, Edward Cornelius Towne - 1903
...recollected, in the following words : ' Ladies and gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, wishing you...possible happiness.' There was an end of all pleasantry. He who gives this relation accidentally directed his eye to the lady of the British minister, Mrs....
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The History of North America, Volume 7

United States - 1904
...official friends and said: " Ladies and gentlemen, this is the last time that I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, wishing you all possible happiness." At the inauguration on the following day, he was the most conspicuous figure. At a banquet tendered...
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The Formation and Development of the Constitution, Volume 7

Thomas Francis Moran - Constitutional history - 1904 - 500 pages
...official friends and said : " Ladies and gentlemen, this is the last time that I shall drink your health as a public man. I do it with sincerity, wishing you all possible happiness." At the inauguration on the following day, he was the most conspicuous figure. At a banquet tendered...
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Historical Papers and Addresses of the Lancaster County ..., Volume 11

Frank Ried Diffenderffer - Lancaster County (Pa.) - 1907
...host tilled his glass and said: "Ladies and Gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man; I do it with sincerity, wishing you all possible happiness" — BishopWhite says a silent pause came over the hilarity; "all gayety was checked and there were...
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History of the United States of America Under the Constitution, Volume 1

James Schouler - United States - 1882
...be filled his glass and said: "Ladies and gentlemen, this is the last time I shall drink your health as a public man ; I do it with sincerity, wishing you all possible happiness."* During their long sojourn at Philadelphia — a city of solid comfort, however unpretentious in appearance...
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