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lph's pamphlet? I have, said Washington, and by the eternal God he is the damnedest liar on the face of the earth; and as he spoke he brought his fist down upon the table with all his strength, and with a violence which made the cups and plates start from their places. Ross said he felt infinitely relieved; for he feared that something in his own conduct had occasioned the blackness of the President's countenance. The Republican Court; or, American Society in the Days of Washington, by Griswold; page 304. I did my very best to persuade Colonel Lefferts to go with me and make our march from Havre de Grace, or go with me to Annapolis. He was not to be persuaded, and in violation of the Articles of War, refused to be commanded. He was going to take a steamer and go up the Potomac to Washington, and I left him. He never suggested that he had any orders or instructions to go to Annapolis. His orders were to go through Baltimore, and if he could not go through Baltimore, he was t