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Life of Andrew Jackson - Page 578
by James Parton - 1879
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The National Register, Volume 7

Political science - 1819
...Indian put his foot on the threshhold thereof, under penalty of; death from his own countrymen. Not even an enemy will an Indian put to death, except resisting...possible, make the Americans blush for their more than inhuman conduct lately, on the Escaniuia, and within a neutral territory. Inhabitants of Kentucky,...
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States ...

John Brannan - United States - 1823 - 510 pages
...Indian put his foot on the threshhold thereof, under penalty of death from his own countrymen ; not even an enemy will an Indian put to death, except resisting...Escambia, and within a neutral territory. INHABITANTS or KENTUCKY, you have too long borne with grievous impositions ; the whole brunt of the war has fallen...
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States

John Brannan - 1823
...put his foot on the threshhold thereof, under penalty of "death from his own countrymen ; not even an enemy will an Indian put to death, except resisting...treatment to them, will (if it be possible) make the American! blush for their more inhuman conduct, lately on the Escambia, and within a neutral territory....
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Official letters of the military and naval officers of the United States ...

United States - 1823 - 510 pages
...the threshhold thereof, under penalty of death from his own countrymen ; not even an enemy will ai Indian put to death, except resisting in arms: and...treatment to them, will (if it be possible) make the American* blush for their more inhuman conduct, lately on the Escambia, and within a neutral territory....
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States ...

John Brannan - United States - 1823 - 510 pages
...the threshhold thereof, under penalty of death from his own countrymen ; not even an enemy will au Indian put to death, except resisting in arms: and...and treatment to them, will (if it be possible) make tne Americans blush for their more inhuman conduct, lately on the Escambia, and within a neutral territory....
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Chronological history of the West Indies, Volume 3

Thomas Southey, Schomburg Collection of Negro Literature and History - West Indies - 1827
...treatment to them, they will, if it be possible, make the Americans blush for their more than inhunun conduct, lately on the Escambia, and within a neutral...Inhabitants of Kentucky, you have too long borne with grievoiB impositions; the whole brunt of the war has fallen on your brave sons. Be imposed on no more,...
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Chronological History of the West Indies, Volume 3

Thomas Southey - West Indies - 1827
...injuring helpless women and children, and old men, by their good conduct and treatment to them, they will, if it be possible, make the Americans blush for their more than inhuman conduct, lately on the Escambia, and within a neutral territory. Inhabitants of Kentucky,...
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Some account of General Jackson: drawn up from the Hon. Mr. Eaton's very ...

John Henry Eaton - Generals - 1828 - 272 pages
...Indian put his foot on the threshold thereof, under penalty of death from his own countrymen; not even an enemy will an Indian put to death, except resisting...their good conduct, and treatment to them, will (if it 16 175 diameter which he represented himself to bear. His pains were less be possible,) make the Americans...
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Biography of Andrew Jackson: President of the United States, formerly major ...

Philo Ashley Goodwin - 1833 - 456 pages
...Indian put his foot on the threshold thereof, under penalty of death from his own countrymen ; not even an enemy will an Indian put to death, except resisting...children, the red men, by their good conduct and treatment lo them, will (if it be possible) make the Americans blush for their more inhuman conduct lately on...
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Life of Andrew Jackson: President of the United States of America

John Henry Eaton - Generals - 1834 - 142 pages
...Indian put his foot on the threshold thereof, under penalty of death from his own countrymen ; not even an enemy will an Indian put to death, except resisting...territory. Inhabitants of Kentucky, you have too long horne with grievous impositions the whole brunt of the war has fallen on your brave sons ; be imposed...
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