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" Our army love their General very much, but they have one thing against him; which is the little care he takes of himself in any action. His personal bravery, and the desire he has of animating his troops by example, make him fearless of danger. This occasions... "
Saint Nicholas - Page 408
by Mary Mapes Dodge - 1911
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington - Presidents - 1834
...your An officer, who was in these engagements, wrote from Morristown on the 7th of January ; " Our army love their General very much, but they have...Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, I hope will still continue to guard so valuable a life." strength to be twice as great as it is. Forward on all...
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The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence ..., Volume 4

George Washington, Jared Sparks - United States - 1839
...thing against him; which is the little care he takes of himself in any action. His personal hravery, and the desire he has of animating his troops by example,...Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, I hope will etill continue to guard so valuable a life." strength to be twice as great as it is. Forward on all...
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pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous papers relating to the American ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - United States - 1847
...your An officer, who was in these engagements, wrote from Morristown on the 7th of January ; " Our army love their General very much, but they have...Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, I hope wil rtill continue to guard so valuable a life." strength to be twice as great as it is. Forward on...
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An Inquiry Into the Views, Services, Principles, and Influences of ..., Volume 1

Thaddeus Allen - United States - 1847
...one of the officers who were in the actions at Trenton and Princeton, wrote to an acquaintance, ' Our army love their General very much, but they have...much uneasiness. But Heaven, which has hitherto been hii shield, I hope will still continue to guard so valuable a life.' open air without blankets. We...
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The life of General Washington: first president of the United States

Charles Wentworth Upham - Biography & Autobiography - 1856
...friend, a day or two after the battle of Princeton, speaks in the following terms on this subject : " Our army love their General very much, but they have...Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, I hope will still continue to guard so valuable a life." In a weekly newspaper, printed in Georgia, (the ' Brunswick...
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The life of George Washington

Joel Tyler Headley - 1856 - 477 pages
...himself in any action. His personal bravery and the desire he has of animating his troops by his ex ample make him fearless of danger. This occasions us much...uneasiness. But Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, will, I hope, still continue to guard his valuable life."* As one traces Washington through this campaign,...
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Life of George Washington: Written for Children

E. Cecil - 1859 - 258 pages
...and despondency. An officer, who had been in the two recent battles, wrote on the 7th of January : " Our army love their General very much; but they have...I hope will continue to guard so valuable a life." During this winter at Morristown, Gen. Washington was incessantly occupied. In the new army which was...
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The illustrated life of Washington ...: With vivid pen-paintings of battles ...

Joel Tyler Headley, Benson John Lossing - 1859 - 508 pages
...himself in any action. His personal bravery and the desire he has of animating his troops by his ex ample make him fearless of danger. This occasions us much...uneasiness. But Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, will, I hope, still continue to guard his valuable life."* As one traces Washington through this campaign,...
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The illustrated life of Washington: Giving an account of his early ...

Joel Tyler Headley, Benson John Lossing - Biography & Autobiography - 1860 - 528 pages
...himself in any action. His personal bravery and the desire he has of animating his troops by his ex ample make him fearless of danger. This occasions us much...uneasiness. But Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, will, I hope, still continue to guard his valuable life."* As one traces Washington through this campaign,...
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THE ILLUSTRATED LIFE OF WASHINGTON.

HON. J. Y. HEADLEY - 1860
...himself in any action. His personal bravery and the desire he has of animating his troops by his ex ample make him fearless of danger. This occasions us much...uneasiness. But Heaven, which has hitherto been his shield, will, I hope, still continue to guard his valuable life."* As one traces Washington through this campaign,...
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