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" I have drawn my sword in the present generous struggle for the rights of men, yet I am not in arms as an American, nor am I in pursuit of riches. My fortune is liberal enough, having no wife nor family, and having lived long enough to know that riches... "
The Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany - 第16页
1817
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Scribner's Magazine ..., 第 24 卷

1898
...wrote Paul Jones to the Countess of Selkirk, in May, 1778, " yet I am not in arms as an American. 1 profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds to philanthropy." " I have drawn my sword...
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Scribner's Magazine, 第 24 卷

Robert Bridges, Alfred Sheppard Dashiell, Harlan Logan - 1898
...men," wrote Paul Jones to the Countess of Selkirk, in May, 1778, " yet I am not in arms as an American. I profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds to philanthropy." " I have drawn my sword...
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Paul Jones, Founder of the American Navy: A History, 第 2 卷

Augustus C. Buell - 1900
...American, nor am 1 in pursuit of riches. My fortune is liberal enough, I having no wife nor family. . . . I profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little, the mean distinctions of climate and country, which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds...
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Commodore Paul Jones

Cyrus Townsend Brady - 1900 - 482 页
...the present generous struggle for the rights of men, yet I am not in arms as an American, nor am I in pursuit of riches. My fortune is liberal enough, having no wife and family, and having lived long enough to know that riches can not secure happiness. I profess myself...
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Appleton's Magazine, 第 6 卷

1905
...decided to be correct by his letter to Lady Selkirk in which he said: "I am not in arms as an American. I profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions of climate or country which diminish the RECEIVING HIS COMMISSION FROM WASHINGTON benevolence of the heart and set...
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John Paul Jones Commemoration at Annapolis, April 24, 1906

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Printing - 1907 - 210 页
...the present generous Struggle for the rights of Men, yet I am not in Arms as an American, nor am I in pursuit of Riches. My Fortune is liberal enough,...having lived long enough to Know that Riches cannot insure Happiness. I profess myself a Citizen of the World, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions...
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John Paul Jones Commemoration at Annapolis, April 24, 1906

United States. Congress. Joint Committee on Printing - 1907 - 210 页
...the present generous Struggle for the rights of Men, yet I am not in Arms as an American, nor am I in pursuit of Riches. My Fortune is liberal enough,...having lived long enough to Know that Riches cannot insure Happiness. I profess myself a Citizen of the World, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions...
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Catholics and the American Revolution, 第 1 卷

Martin Ignatius Joseph Griffin - 1907
...decided to be correct by his letter to Lady Selkirk, in which he said: "I am not in arms as an American. I profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions of climate or country which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds to philanthropy." Jones fought valiantly...
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Nelson and Other Naval Studies

James Richard Thursfield - 1909 - 384 页
...generous struggle for the rights of men," he wrote to Lady Selkirk, " yet I am not in arms as an American. I profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds to philanthropy." He subsequently used the...
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Nelson and Other Naval Studies

James Richard Thursfield - 1920 - 373 页
...generous struggle for the rights of men," he wrote to Lady Selkirk, " yet I am not in arms as an American. I profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions which diminish the benevolence of the heart and set bounds to philanthropy." He subsequently used the...
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