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" Sevier, my editor, whose sharp eye and unflagging encouragement helped to improve the novel be / have always thought Hudson's River the most proper part of the whole continent for opening vigorous operations. "
Benedict Arnold's Navy: The Ragtag Fleet That Lost the Battle of Lake ... - Page 13
by James Nelson - 2006 - 416 pages
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The War for America: 1775-1783

Piers Mackesy - History - 1993 - 565 pages
...views of Burgoyne, who was to be so intimately connected with the execution of the plan, ran thus : 1 have always thought Hudson's River the most proper...the route that an army ought to take for the great purposes of cutting the communications between the Southern and Northern Provinces, giving confidence...
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Adventure Guide to the Champlain and Hudson River Valleys

Patricia Foulke, Robert Foulke - Travel - 2003 - 360 pages
...Army was headed for the Americans and an initial battle took place at Freeman Farm. MILITARY STRATEGY "I have always thought Hudson's River the most proper...the route that an army ought to take for the great purposes of cutting the communications between the Southern and Northern Provinces, giving confidence...
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Freedom: A History of US

Joy Hakim - History - 2003 - 406 pages
...Johnny. He was a wild character, a drinker, gambler, actor, playwright and a pretty good general. "I have always thought Hudson's River the most proper...whole continent for opening vigorous operations," he wrote. "Because the river, so beneficial for conveying all the bulky necessaries of an army, is...
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Saratoga: A Novel of the American Revolution

David Garland - Fiction - 2005 - 308 pages
...improve the novel beyond all recognition; and for Judith, who kept me fed and watered throughout the I have always thought Hudson's River the most proper...the river, so beneficial for conveying all the bulky necessities of an army, is precisely the route that an army ought to take for the great purpose of...
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Colonial America and the American Revolution: The 25 Best Sites

Clint Johnson - Travel - 2006 - 264 pages
...General John Burgoyne, nicknamed "Gentleman Johnny," had the right tactical idea when he wrote in 1775, "I have always thought Hudson's River the most proper...the route that an army ought to take for the great purposes of cutting the communications between the Southern and Northern provinces, giving confidence...
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Saratoga: A Novel of the American Revolution

David Garland - Fiction - 2006 - 320 pages
...sharp eye and unflagging encouragement helped to improve the novel be I have always thought Hudson 's River the most proper part of the whole continent...the river, so beneficial for conveying all the bulky necessities of an army, is precisely the route that an army ought to take for the great purpose of...
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Saratoga: A Novel of the American Revolution

David Garland - Fiction - 2006 - 320 pages
...sharp eye and unflagging encouragement helped to improve the novel be I have always thought Hudson 's River the most proper part of the whole continent...the river, so beneficial for conveying all the bulky necessities of an army, is precisely the route that an army ought to take for the great purpose of...
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