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" Neither this nor the liberal donations by which he disfurnished himself to relieve the suffering soldier, deserves to be ascribed to ostentation or design : the one flowed from benevolence, the other from necessity, and a desire to place before his men... "
Life of Andrew Jackson: Embracing Anecdotes Illustrative of His Character - Σελίδα 65
των John Frost - 1845 - 183 σελίδες
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Life of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States of America

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...during which time the general seemed entirely satisfied with his fare. Neither this, nor the iiberal donations by which he disfurnished himself to relieve...power, was ever more deservedly free. Charity in him is a warm and active propensity of the heart, urging him, by an instantaneous impulse, to relieve the...

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...fare. Neither this, nor the liberal donations which he made to relieve the suffering soldier, deserve to be ascribed to ostentation or design : the one...might be necessary, and hoped might be serviceable. Charity in him was a warm and active propensity of the heart, urging him, by an instantaneous impulse,...

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...flowed from benevolence. the c-.her :Y.xa nrcessi:y. and a desire to place before his men an example or patience and suffering, which he felt might be necessary, and hoped might be serriceable. Chanty in him was a warm and active propensity of the heart, urging him, by an instantaneous...




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