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" Of let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can, the Boers now proceeded to possess themselves of as much territory as they wanted. "
Hearing Before a Subcommittee...: Consisting of Senators Crane, Dolliver and ... - Page 16
by United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate Commerce - 1909
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A Tale of Two Oceans: A New Story by an Old Californian : an Account of a ...

Ezekiel I. Barra - Electronic book - 1893 - 198 pages
...practice that which the Barons of old knew so well how to do: ;' The good old way, the simple plan, Let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can." I consoled him all I could, and volunteered to go to the American Consul with him, who, no doubt, would...
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Addresses Spoken to Working Men from Pulpit and Platform

Samuel Reynolds Hole - Labor - 1894 - 327 pages
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The Last Boer War

Henry Rider Haggard - Transvaal - 1899 - 244 pages
...abandoned, was at that time a British possession. Acting upon " The good old rule, the simple plan, Of let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can," the Boers now proceeded to possess themselves of as much territory as they wanted. 2?or was this a...
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The Smart Set: A Magazine of Cleverness, Volume 37

1912
...no answer to this Sphinx's riddle. I loved you, and if to you all this spelled friendship — well, "let him take who has the power and let him keep who can!" Now you will again drop out of my life, as you've done before, but this time it is the end. Is it a...
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Mind, Volume 6

New Thought - 1900
...founded upon injustice. Once there was a time when physical might was legitimate. Rob Roy's motto was: "Let him take who has the power and let him keep who can." In this aee the takine of forced it from some one entitled to it presumably as the fruit of his own...
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Haud Immemor: Reminiscences of Legal and Social Life in Edinburgh and London ...

Charles Stewart - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1901 - 158 pages
...Stewarts and the Campbells obtained the territory and the title mainly by following the good old plan of "Let him take who has the power, and let him keep who can." At least, so I believe, but be it remembered that I make no claim to the accuracy of the historian....
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Haud Immemor: Reminiscences of Legal and Social Life in Edinburgh and London ...

Charles Stewart - Edinburgh (Scotland) - 1901 - 158 pages
...Stewarts and the Campbells obtained the territory and the title mainly by following the good old plan of "Let him take who has the power, and let him keep who can." At least, so I believe, but be it remembered that I make no claim to the accuracy of the historian....
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The Journal of Geography, Volume 9

Geography - 1911
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Old-French Titles of Respect in Direct Address

William Averill Stowell - Forms of address - 1903 - 237 pages
...of courtesy toward women. Society seems to have been founded on " The simple way, the good old plan, Let him take who has the power, And let him keep who can." Thus, women are disputed and ravished as the legitimate prey of the most valiant, and if a chevaliers...
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Race Life of the Aryan Peoples, Volume 2

Joseph Pomeroy Widney - Indo-Europeans - 1907
...old, the formula of the tenure of the lands is summed up in the forceful words of the pithy couplet, "Let him take who has the power; And let him keep, who can." And the practical verdict of history in view of the higher needs of man in his evolution upward is,...
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