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A Porter Pedigree: Being an Account of the Ancestry and Descendants of ... - Halaman 19
1907 - 161 halaman
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A Memoir of Miss Hannah Adams

Hannah Adams - 1832 - 110 halaman
...in humble obscurity," yet I presume neither of us have any cause to regret that circumstance. If I could ever suppose that family pride was in any case...England farmers, for one hundred and sixty years, was a better foundation for it, than a descent through royal or titled scoundrels ever since the flood.'...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture

United States. Dept. of Agriculture - 1867
...President of the United States once said : " If I could ever suppose that family pride were in any way excusable, I should think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England farmers for a hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal or noble scoundrels...
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th ..., Volume 15

United States. Congress. House - 1867
...President of the United States "nee said : " If I could ever suppose that family pride were in any way excusable, I should think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England '.aniKTs for Ħi hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a 'ii-xTiit through royal...
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Report of the Commissioner of Agriculture for the Year ...

United States. Department of Agriculture - 1867
...President of the United States once said : " If I could ever suppose that family pride were in any wav excusable, I should think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England fanners for a hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal or...
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Historical Sketches of Brookline, Mass

Harriet F. Woods - 1874 - 430 halaman
...born in obscurity, yet I presume neither of us have any occasion to regret that circumstance. If I could ever suppose that family pride was in any case...from a line of virtuous, independent, New England fanners, for one hundred and sixty years, was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 10;Volume 16

1894
...her dedications to him), "yet I presume neither of us has any cause to regret that circumstance. If I could ever suppose that family pride was in any case...New England farmers for one hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal or titled scoundrels ever since the flood."...
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History of Norfolk County, Massachusetts: With Biographical ..., Volume 1

Duane Hamilton Hurd - 1884 - 1001 halaman
...to energetically remark that, could he " ever suppose that family pride were any way excusable, [he] should think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England farmers for a hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal or noble scoundrels...
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John Adams

John Torrey Morse - 1884 - 337 halaman
...respect ; he wrote in 1791 that, if he could ever suppose family pride to be any way excusable, he should " think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England farmers for a hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent from regal or noble scoundrels...
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Three Episodes of Massachusetts History: The Settlement of Boston ..., Volume 2

Charles Francis Adams - 1892
...energetically to remark that, could he "ever suppose that family pride were any way excusable, [he] should think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England farmers for a hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal or noble scoundrels...
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Three Episodes of Massachusetts History: The Settlement of Boston ..., Volume 2

Charles Francis Adams - 1892
...energetically to remark that, could he "ever suppose that family pride were any way excusable, [he] shoidd think a descent from a line of virtuous, independent New England farmers for a hundred and sixty years was a better foundation for it than a descent through royal or noble scoundrels...
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