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" It is owing to the kindness of our numerous friends in all quarters, that my new and unwished-for situation is not indeed a burden to me. When I was much younger, I should probably have enjoyed the innocent gayeties of life as much as most persons of... "
Godey's Magazine - الصفحة 223
المحررون: - 1852
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The Ladies of the White House

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...numerous friends in all quarters that my new and unwished-for situation is not a burden to me. When I was much younger, I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...persons of my age ; but I had long since placed all prospects of my future worldly happiness in the still enjoyment of the fireside at Mount Vernon. I...

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1871
...she had little taste. " When I was much younger, I should probably have enjoyed the innocent gaieties of life as much as most persons of my age ; but I...had long since placed all the prospects of my future happiness in the still enjoyments of the fireside at Mount Vernon. I sometimes think the arrangement...

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Soldier and patriot, the story of G. Washington

Frances Mary Owen - 1873 - عدد الصفحات: 255
...spoke of the position to which she had been raised as " a new and unwished-for situation," and added, " I little thought, when the war was finished, that any circumstances could possibly happen which would call the General into public life again. I had anticipated that from that moment we should be...

The Ladies of the White House

Laura Carter Holloway - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 736
...numerous friends in all quarters that my new and unwished-for situation is not a burden to me. When I was much younger, I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...persons of my age; but I had long since placed all prospects of my future worldly happiness in the still enjoyment of the fireside at Mount Vernon. I...

Irving's Works: Life of George Washington

Washington Irving - 1882
...friends in all quarters that my new and unwished for situation is not indeed a burden to me. When I was much younger, I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...that any circumstances could possibly happen, which would call the general into public life again. I had anticipated that from that moment we should be...

Mary and Martha, the Mother and the Wife of George Washington

Benson John Lossing - 1886 - عدد الصفحات: 348
...in all quarters, that my new and unwished-for situation is not, indeed, a burden to me. When I was much younger I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...that any circumstances could possibly happen which would call the the character of various public men of the time. It was to prevent this correspondence...

Martha Washington

Anne Hollingsworth Wharton - 1897 - عدد الصفحات: 306
...all quarters, that my new and unwished for situation is not, indeed, a burden to me. When I was 183 much younger I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...still enjoyments of the fireside at Mount Vernon." Mrs. Washington did not accompany her husband upon his journey to the capital, which was really a triumphal...

Martha Washington

Anne Hollingsworth Wharton - 1897 - عدد الصفحات: 306
...all quarters, that my new and unwished for situation is not, indeed, a burden to me. When I was 183 much younger I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...life as much as most persons of my age; but I had lung since placed all the prospects of my future worldly happiness in the still enjoyments of the fireside...

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Geraldine Brooks - 1900 - عدد الصفحات: 284
...friends in all quarters that my new and unwished-for situation is not indeed a burden to me. When I was much younger I should probably have enjoyed the innocent...still enjoyments of the fireside at Mount Vernon." There is some sadness in the thought of this man and woman, so simple in their tastes, in disposition...




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