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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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Melville's Later Novels

William B. Dillingham - 1986 - 430 页
...Correspondence, p. 91. 61. "Nor am I in pursuit of riches," Jones wrote to the countess of Selkirk. "My fortune is liberal enough, having no wife nor...enough to know that riches cannot ensure happiness." Life and Correspondence, p. 91bors none but lofty conceptions" (p. 97). Though in hot pursuit of an...
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John Paul Jones and the American Navy

James C. Bradford - 2001 - 112 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 or Family, and having lived long enough to know that Riches cannot ensure Happiness. I profess myself...
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John Paul Jones: Sailor, Hero, Father of the American Navy

Evan Thomas - 2010 - 400 页
...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 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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The United Service Magazine, 第 41 卷,第 1 页

1843
...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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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, 第 37 卷

1850
...of men, yet l am not in arms as an American, nor am I in pursuit of riches. My fortune is liberal, having no wife nor family, and having lived long enough to know that ric es caanot seeure happiness. l profess myself a citizen of the world, totally unfettered by the...
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Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication, 第 259 期;第 265 期

1919
...announced himself as the impartial defender of the insulted rights of human nature, declaring himself 'totally unfettered by the little mean distinctions of climate or of country.'" His attitude of confirmed suspicion toward the United States and its officials was of the same type....
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