Statistics for occurrence #1 of “George Washington” in chapter 1.5, section c.1.5.5, page 59 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25.:
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But Mr. Petigru was not perfect.
He too had his faults.
He was fond of joking, and his jokes were sometimes too coarse and broad in their character.
And then too, like George Washington , he would occasionally swear, both to his own hurt and that of his reputation.
These were blemishes upon his character.
A great man cannot be too careful in his conduct.
Others will observe him...
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