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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
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Life of Thomas Jefferson: Third President of the United States

James Parton - 1878 - 764 pages
...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...
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Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the ..., Volume 30

Missouri Bar Association - Bar associations - 1913
...was a dealer in woolen cloths, and had sent Bartram as a gift stuff for a suit, writes as follows : "One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblige me therein ; that thee make up that drugget clothes to go to Virginia in and not appear to disgrace thyself or me. For...
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Proceedings of the Annual Session of the Bar Association of Tennessee, Volume 32

Tennessee Bar Association - Bar associations - 1913
...was a dealer in woolen cloths, and had sent Bartram as a gift stuff for a suit, writes as follows : "One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblidge me therein; that thee make up that drugget clothes to go to Virginia in and not appear to disgrace...
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A Passing World

Bessie Rayner Belloc - American literature - 1897 - 304 pages
...that thou make up the drugget clothes " (a present from London) " to go to Virginia in, and not to appear to disgrace thyself or me ; for though I should not esteem thee the less to come to me in what thou will, yet these Virginians " (having in his mind's eye his old acquaintance, Isham Randolph and...
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The True Thomas Jefferson

William Eleroy Curtis - Electronic books - 1901 - 395 pages
...flora: " When thee proceeds home, I know no person who will make thee more welcome than Isham Randolph. 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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Life of Thomas Jefferson: Third President of the United States

James Parton - Presidents - 1902 - 764 pages
...Quaker family, with a piece of advice, that gives us some information. "One thing," he says, "I most desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblige me therein : that thoo make up that drugget clothes " (a present from Collinson to Bartram), " to go to Virginia in,...
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The Mother of Washington and Her Times

Sara Agnes Rice Pryor ("Mrs. R.A. Pryor, ") - Virginia - 1903 - 367 pages
...1737 to his friend Bartram when he was about taking Virginia in his field of botanical explorations : "One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that...to Virginia in, and not appear to disgrace thyself and me ; for these Virginians are a very gentle, well-dressed people, and look, perhaps, more at a...
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Four Great American Presidents: No. 1. Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln

Frances Melville Perry, Henry William Elson - 1905 - 362 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 oblige me therein: that thou make up thy drugget clothes, to go to Virginia in and not appear to disgrace thyself or me ; for though I should...
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the Virginia State Bar ..., Volume 22

Law - 1909
...was a dealer ii woolen cloths, and had sent Bartram as a gift stuff for a suit, writes as follows: "One thing I must desire of thee, and do insist that thee oblige me therein; that thee make up that drugget clothes to go to Virginia in and not appear to disgrace thyself or me. For...
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Forget Not Mee and My Garden

Peter Collinson - Philosophy - 2002 - 300 pages
...House at Night. I think William Manduet [not identified] Lives in the upper Settlements of Maryland. One thing I must Desire of thee and do Insist that thee oblige Mee therein that thou make up that Druggett Clothes, to go to Virginia In and not appear to Disgrace...
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