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Andrew Jackson and Early Tennessee History - Page 596
by Samuel Gordon Heiskell - 1918 - 687 pages
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Memoirs of General Andrew Jackson ... to which is added the eulogy of Hon ...

George Bancroft - 1845 - 270 pages
...a humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us that we might live, and by whose atonement I hope for a blessed immortality. I am, with great respect, your friend and fellow-citizen, ANDREW JACKSON....
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Report of the Committee of arrangements of the Common council of the city of ...

New York (N.Y.). Common Council - 1845 - 303 pages
...a humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...when we, I hope, shall rise together, clothed with (hat heavenly body promised to all who believe in our glorious Redeemer, who died for us that we might...
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Monument to the memory of General Andrew Jackson: containing twenty-five ...

1846 - 410 pages
...humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife ; where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us that we might live, and by whose atonement I hope for a blessed immortality." This was the answer of Christian meekness, of republican simplicity,...
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The life of General Andrew Jackson ...

John Stilwell Jenkins - 1847 - 288 pages
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us that we might live, and by whose atonement I hope for a "blessed immortality. I am, with great respect, your friend and fellow-citizen, ANDREW JACKSON....
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The Life of Gen. Andrew Jackson ...: With an Appendix: Containing the Most ...

John Stilwell Jenkins - 1847 - 288 pages
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us that we might live, and by whose atonement I hope for a blessed immortality. I am, with great respect, your friend and fellow-citizen, ANDREW JACKSON....
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Pictorial life of Andrew Jackson

John Frost - 1847 - 560 pages
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...laid ; for both of us there to remain until the last trump sounds to call the dead to judgment, when we, I hope, shall rise together, clothed with that...
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THE WESTERN SKETCH-BOOK

REV. JAMES GALLAHER - 1850
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us, that we might live, and by whose atonement I hope for a blessed immortality. "'I am, with great respect, " Your friend and fellow-citizen, "ANDKEW...
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the western sketch-book

james gallaher - 1850
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us, that we might live, and by whose atonement I hope for a blessed immortality. " I am, with great respect, " Your friend and fellow-citizen, "ANDREW...
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Life and Public Services of Gen. Andrew Jackson: Seventh President of the ...

George Bancroft - 1851 - 397 pages
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls me to sleep with my fathers, to b&. laid ; for both of us there to remain until the last trumpet sounds to call the dead to judgment,...
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A Popular Catalogue of the Extraordinary Curiosities in the National ...

National Institute for the Promotion of Science, Alfred Hunter - Science - 1857 - 71 pages
...an humble depository for my mortal body beside that wherein lies my beloved wife, where, without any pomp or parade, I have requested, when my God calls...for us that we might live« and by whose atonement I hope for a blessed immortality. I am, with reat reepect, your friend and fellow citizen, ANDKEW JACKSQX....
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