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That I have foibles, and perhaps many of them, I shall not deny. I should esteem myself, as the world would, vain and empty, were I to arrogate perfection.
Speak of me as I am; nothing extenuate, nor set down aught in malice.
THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED TO WILLIAM F. HAVEMEYER, IN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF THE INDEBTEDNESS OF THE AUTHOR TO HIS COLLECTION OF WASHINGTONIANA.
- Family Relations
- Relations with the Fair Sex
- Farmer and Proprietor
- Master and Employer
- Social Life
- Tastes and Amusements
- Citizen and Office-Holder