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" The morning of the sixteenth rose beautifully serene. The storm of the preceding day having expended itself, not a cloud was left to darken the face of the heavens, whilst the very leaves hung motionless, and the long grass waved not, under the influence... "
Sketches of Historic Bennington - Page 22
by John Van Der Spiegel Merrill, Caroline R. Merrill - 1898 - 99 pages
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The Chelsea Pensioners, Volume 2

George Robert Gleig - History - 1829
...eastern sky denoted that it was fast approaching. The morning of the 16th rose beautifully serene. The storm of the preceding day having expended itself, not a cloud was left to darken the face of the heavens ; whilst the very leaves hung motionless, and the long grass waved not, under the...
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Tales of Military Life: Second Series

George Robert Gleig - Soldiers - 1833 - 267 pages
...eastern sky denoted that it was fast approaching. The morning of the 16th rose beautifully serene. The storm of the preceding day having expended itself, not a cloud was left to darken the face of the heavens ; whilst the very leaves hung motionless, and the long grass waved not, under the...
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The Life of Jane McCrea: With an Account of Burgoyne's Expedition in 1777

David Wilson - Burgoyne's Invasion, 1777 - 1853 - 155 pages
...the morning of the engagement, he proceeds : "The morning of the 16th rose beautifully serene. The storm of the preceding day having expended itself, not a cloud was left to darken the face of the heavens ; whilst the very leaves hung motionless, and the long grass waved not, under the...
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The Centennial History of the Battle of Bennington: Compiled from the Most ...

Frank Warren Coburn, Seth Warner - Bennington, Battle of, N.Y., 1777 - 1877 - 72 pages
...the heavens, and, to use the words of Glich, who was present, " the very leaves hung mo" tionless, and the long grass waved not under the " influence of a perfect calm. Every object around, "too, appeared to peculiar advantage; for the " fields looked green and refreshed,...
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Vermont: The Green Mountain State, Volume 2

Walter Hill Crockett - Vermont - 1921
...found in Glich's narrative, in which he says: "The morning of the sixteenth rose beautifully serene. The storm of the preceding day having expended itself, not a cloud was left to darken the face of the heavens, whilst the very leaves hung motionless, and the long grass waved not, under the...
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The Hoosac Valley: Its Legends and Its History

Grace Greylock Niles - Hoosic River Valley (Mass.-N.Y.) - 1997 - 584 pages
...reinforcements. Saturday, August 16, 1777, dawned very warm, although Click, the German officer, recorded that: The storm of the preceding day having expended itself,...and the long grass waved not, under the influence of perfect calm. Every object around appeared, too, to peculiar advantage; for the fields looked green...
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