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" As he spoke, his giant frame was agitated — the tears rolled down his cheeks, and in the assembly of several hundred men, but few eyes were dry. "I'll go! I'll go!" — was at length heard from every part of the crowd. They betook themselves to the... "
1637-1887. The Munson Record: A Genealogical and Biographical Account of ... - Page 1079
by Myron Andrews Munson - 1896
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Catalogue of the Principal Officers of Vermont: As Connected with Its ...

Leonard Deming - Vermont - 1851 - 216 pages
...those parents their own, and then say whether they would go contentedly home, and not make one more effort to save those dear little ones, who were, probably, now alive, but fast perishing with hunger, and will soon spend their last breath in crying to have lather and mother...
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The Mountain Hero [Ethan Allen] and His Associates

Henry Walter De Puy - Vermont - 1855 - 428 pages
...his own, and then say whether they could go contentedly to their homes without one further «ffort to save those dear little ones, who were, probably,...to eat. As he spoke, his giant frame was agitated — the tears rolled down his cheeks, and in the assembly of several hundred men, but few eyes were...
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A History and Description of New England, General and Local

Austin Jacobs Coolidge, John Brainard Mansfield - Maine - 1859 - 1024 pages
...to make the case of these parents his own, and then say whether he could go contentedly to his home without making one further effort to save those dear...father and mother to give them something to eat As he spake his giant frame was agitated, and the tears rolled down his cheeks, and in the assembly of several...
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History and description of New England: Vermont

Austin Jacobs Coolidge, John Brainard Mansfield - Vermont - 1860 - 281 pages
...to make the case of these parents his own, and then say whether he could go contentedly to his home without making one further effort to save those dear...father and mother to give them something to eat. As he spake his giant frame was agitated, and the tears rolled down his cheeks, and in the assembly of several...
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ETHAN A;;EM AMD TJE GREEN-MOUNTAIN HEROES OF '76

HENRY W. DE PUY - 1861
...case of these parents his own, and then say. whether they could go contentedly to their homes without one further effort to save those dear little ones,...to eat. As he spoke, his giant frame was agitated — the tears rolled down his cheeks, and in the assembly of several hundred men, but few eyes were...
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The capture of Ticonderoga: Annual address before the Vermont historical ...

Lucius Eugene Chittenden - Ticonderoga (N.Y.) - 1872
...say whether they could go contentedly to their homes, without making one further effort to save these dear little ones, who were probably now alive, but...give them something to eat. As he spoke, his giant form was agitated, and the tears rolled down his cheeks, and, in the assembly of several hundred men,...
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Proceedings. Oct./Nov., 1870; 1872

Vermont historical society - History - 1872
...their homes, without making one further effort to save these dear little ones, who were probably 96 now alive, but perishing with hunger, and spending...give them something to eat. As he spoke, his giant form was agitated, and the tears rolled down his cheeks, and, in the assembly of several hundred men,...
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Heroes of Three Wars: Comprising a Series of Biographical Sketches of the ...

Willard W. Glaziér - 1880 - 439 pages
...they could go contentedly to their homes without one effort further to save those dear little one; who were probably now alive but perishing with hunger,...to eat. As he spoke his giant frame was agitated, the tears rolled down his cheeks, and in the assembly of several hundred men but few eyes were dry....
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Heroes of Three Wars: Comprising a Series of Biographical Sketches of the ...

Willard W. Glaziér - 1880 - 439 pages
...their own, and then say whether they could go contentedly to their homes without one effort further to save those dear little ones who were probably now...hunger, and spending their last strength in crying to lather and mother to give them something to eat. As he spoke his giant frame was agitated, the tears...
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Ethan Allen: Of Green Mountain Fame, a Hero of the Revolution

Charles Walter Brown - 1902 - 273 pages
...his own, and then say whether they could go contentedly home without one further effort to save those little ones who were probably now alive but perishing with hunger and spending their last strength crying for father and mother to give them something to eat. As he spoke, his giant frame was agitated...
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