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" I shall accept the nomination without pledge, other than to do my duty according to my conscience. If elected, it will be my ambition to give the state a sane, efficient and honorable administration, free from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private... "
William Randolph Hearst: The Early Years, 1863-1910 - 第 221 頁
Ben Procter 著 - 1998 - 384 頁
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The Cornell Era, 第 39 卷

1906
...honor of the state and to represent the common sense of the people and the cause of decent government. I shall accept the nomination without pledge, other...from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private interest. A united party making an appeal to good citizenship must win. CHARLES E. HUGHES." PRINCETON....
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Hearst's International, 第 14 卷

1908
...honor of the state and to represent the common sense of the people and the cause of decent government. I shall accept the nomination without pledge other...honorable administration, free from taint of bossism or servitude to any private interest." That very night he mapped out a campaign strenuous enough to satisfy...
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Addresses and Papers of Charles Evans Hughes, Governor of New York, 1906-1908

Charles Evans Hughes - 1908 - 289 頁
...stand for the honor of the State. In my message to the Convention I stated that if elected it would be my ambition to give the State a "sane, efficient,...from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private interest" This is my position in a nut-shell. It will be an unbossed administration. I believe in party...
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Addresses and Papers of CHarles Evans Hughes

Jacob Gould Schurman - 1908
...stand for the honor of the State. In my message to the Convention I stated that if elected it would be my ambition to give the State a " sane, efficient,...from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private interest." This is my position in a nut-shell. It will be an unbossed administration. I believe in...
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The World's Work, 第 15 卷

1908
...Convention nominated him for Governor, he again felt the call of public duty and accepted, with this pledge: "To do my duty according to my conscience. If elected, it will be my ambition to give the state efficient and honorable administration, free from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private interest."...
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Composition and Rhetoric

Charles Swain Thomas, Will David Howe - 1908 - 536 頁
...above the din and confusion, as the agonized inmates rushed to and fro in an effort to escape. 41. If elected, it will be my ambition to give the state a sane, efficient, and honorable administration. 42. The platform denounces the protective tariff and states that the Democratic party in New York does...
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The National Cyclopaedia of American Biography: Being the History of the ...

1910
...pledge other than to do his duty according to his conscience, saying that if elected it would be his ambition to give the state a sane, efficient and honorable...from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private interest. The campaign was a memorable one in the history of the state, and he was elected Nov. 6,...
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The Americana: A Universal Reference Library ...

Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines - 1911 - 153 頁
...pledge other than to do his duty according to his conscience, saying that if elected it would be his ambition to give the state a sane, efficient and honorable...from taint of bossism or of servitude to any private interest. The campaign was a memorable one in the history of the state, and he was elected November...
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The Gravest 366 Days: Editorials Reprinted from the Evening Mail, of New ...

1916 - 632 頁
...nomination of Mr. Hughes. During the convention Hughes wired to Senator Page, in reply to an inquiry : I shall accept the nomination without pledge other...state a sane, efficient and honorable administration. When he accepted the nomination he sounded the keynote of his service as governor: No interest, however,...
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Official Report of the Proceedings of the Sixteenth Republican National ...

George Luzerne Hart - 1916 - 308 頁
...the Convention held in Saratoga. He immediately sent a telegram to the Convention in which he said : "I shall accept the nomination without pledge other...elected, it will be my ambition to give the State the same efficient and honorable administration, free from taint of bossism or of servitude to any...
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