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" ... excursions all round, and to return to his house at night One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee must oblige me therein: that thou make up that drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not appear to disgrace thyself or me; for... "
The North American Review - Page 213
edited by - 1850
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Sketches of the Life, Writings, and Opinions of Thomas Jefferson: With ...

B. L. Rayner - Presidents - 1832 - 556 pages
...settlement at, for to take several days' excursions all round, and to return to his house at night One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee must oblige me therein : that thou make up that drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not appear...
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Memorials of John Bartram and Humphry Marshall

William Darlington - Botanists - 1849 - 585 pages
...at, — for to take several days' excursions all round, and to return to his house at night. * * * * One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee obb'ge me therein : that thou make up that drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not appear to...
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The Horticulturist and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste, Volume 4

Country life - 1850
...thing I mast desire of thee, and do in. Ģist that thee oblige me therein ; that thou make up drusiset clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not appear to disgrace...esteem thee the less, to come to me in what dress thou wilt, yet these Virginians are a very gentle, well-dressed people, and look perhaps more at a man's...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 29

American literature - 1872
...also of Quaker family, with a piece of advice, that gives us some information. "One thing," he says, " I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblige...me therein : that thou make up that drugget clothes " (a present from Collinson to Bartram) "to go to Virginia in, and not appear to disgrace thyself or...
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The life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 1

Henry Stephens Randall - 1858
...portion of them in more important particulars, are thus hit off by this quaint old writer : " One thing 1 must desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblige me therein : that thoa make up that drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not appear to disgrace thyself or me ;...
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The Life of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 1

Henry Stephens Randall - United States - 1871
...a portion of them in more important particulars, are thus hit off by this quaint old writer : '• One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that...though I should not esteem thee the less to come to ine in what dress thou will, yet these Virginians are a very gentle, well dressed people, and look,...
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The Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson

Presidents - 1871 - 432 pages
...round, and to return to his house at night One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee must oblige me therein: that thou make up that drugget...esteem thee the less to come to me in what dress thou wilt, yet these Virginians are a very gentle, well-dressed people, and look, perhaps, more at a man's...
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The Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson

1871 - 432 pages
...One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee must oblige me therein : that thou make tip that drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not...esteem thee the less to come to me in what dress thou wilt, yet these Virginians are a very gentle, well-dressed people, and look, perhaps, more at a man's...
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The Domestic Life of Thomas Jefferson

Presidents - 1871 - 432 pages
...settlement at, for to take several days' excursions all round, and to return to his house at night One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee must oblige me therein : that thou make up that drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in, and not appear...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 29

Current events - 1872
...also of Quaker family, with a piece of advice, that gives us some information. "One thing," he says, " I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblige...me therein : that thou make up that drugget clothes " (a present from Collinsou to Bartram) "to go to Virginia in, and not appear to disgrace thyself or...
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