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" CINCINNATI. 49 dress like any other gentleman, consulting his. own taste and appearance. The same is true of the VicePresident, of the Speaker of the House of Representatives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood... "
Ancestry of Col. John Harvey, of Northwood, New Hampsire: an officer of the ... - Page 28
by John Harvey Treat - 1907 - 47 pages
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Notions of the Americans: Picked Up by a Travelling Bachelor, Volume 2

James Fenimore Cooper - United States - 1828
...representatives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood in the country. At the close of the war of the revolution, the officers of the army formed themselves into a society called the Society of Cincinnati. They adopted a little enamelled...
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notion of the americans

travelling bachelor - 1835
...Representatives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood in the country. At the close of the war of the revolution, the officers of the army formed themselves into a society called the society of Cincinnati. They adopted a little enamelled...
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notions f the americans

carey lea - 1838
...Representatives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood in the country. At the close of the war of the revolution, the officers of the army formed themselves into a society called the society of Cincinnati. They adopted a little enamelled...
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Notions of the Americans picked up by a travelling bachelor, Volume 2

James Fenimore [Cooper - 1848
...Represent•atives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood in the country. At the close of the war of the revolution, the officers of the army formed themselves into a society called •the society of Cincinnati. They adopted a little •enamelled...
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Cooper's novels, Volume 23

James Fenimore Cooper, William Cullen Bryant - History - 1852
...Representatives, and of all other officers and members. You know there is no order of knighthood in the country. At the close of the war of the revolution, the officers of the army formed themselves into a society called the society of Cincinnati. They adopted a little enamelled...
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