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" In his person, Colonel De Peyster was tall, soldier-like, and commanding; in his manners easy, affable, and open; in his affections, warm, generous, and sincere ; in his principles, and particularly his political principles, firm even to inflexibility.... "
THE HISTORY OF DETROIT AND MICHIGAN - Page 1085
by SILAS FARMER - 1889
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The Life and Works of Robert Burns, Volume 4

Robert Burns - Literary Criticism - 1854
...carried his body to the grave, supported by the staff of the Dumfriesshire militia. ' In his person, Colonel De Peyster was tall, soldier-like, and commanding ; in his manners, easy, affable, and open ; in bis affections, warm, generous, and sincere ; in his principles, and particularly his political principles,...
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The life and works of Robert Burns, ed. by R. Chambers. Libr. ed

Robert Burns - 1856
...carried his body to the grave, inpported by the staff of the Dumfriesshire Militia. ' In his person, Colonel De Peyster was tall, soldierlike, and commanding; in his manners, easy, aflable, and open; in his affections, warm, generous, and sincere j in his principles, and particularly...
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History of the Burgh of Dumfries

William M'Dowall - Dumfries (Scotland) - 1867 - 916 pages
...and training the 1st Regiment of Dumfries Volunteers, of which Burns was a member. " In his person he was tall, soldier-like, and commanding; in his manners...open; in his affections warm, generous, and sincere."* He died in 1822, at the advanced age of ninety-six years or more, regretted by the entire community....
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History of the burgh of Dumfries, with notices of Nithsdale, Annandale, and ...

William McDowall - 1867
...and training the 1st Regiment of Dumfries Volunteers, of which Burns was a member. " In his person he was tall, soldier-like, and commanding; in his manners...open; in his affections warm, generous, and Sincere."* He died in 1822, at the advanced age of ninety-six years or more, regretted by the entire community....
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Burns in Dumfriesshire: a sketch of the last eight years of the poet's life

William McDowall - 1870
...pistols as a memorial of their friendship. teera, of •which Burns was a member. " In his person he was tall, soldier-like, and commanding ; in his manners...open; in his affections warm, generous, and sincere."* He died in 1822, at the advanced age of ninety-six years or more, regretted by the entire community....
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BURNS IN DUMFRIESSHIRE

WILLIAM McDOWALL - 1870
...of their friendship. teers, of which Burns was a member. " In his person he was tall, soldier. like, and commanding ; in his manners easy, affable, and...open; in his affections warm, generous, and sincere."* He died in 1822, at the advanced age of ninety-six years or more, regretted by the entire community....
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The American Historical Record, Volume 1

Benson John Lossing - United States - 1872
...carried his body to the grave, supported by the staff of the Dumfriesshire militia. " In his person, Colonel De Peyster was tall, soldier-like, and commanding;...and sincere ; in his principles, and particularly his political principles, firm even to inflexibility. No man we believe, ever possessed more of the...
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The American Historical Record, and Repertory of Notes and Queries ..., Volume 1

Benson John Lossing - United States - 1872
...grave, supported by the staff of the Dumfriesshire militia. " In his person, Colonel De Peysterwas tall, soldier-like, and commanding; in his manners...generous, and sincere; in his principles, and particularly his political principles, firm even to inflexibility. No man we believe, ever possessed more of the...
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The Life and Works of Robert Burns, Volume 4

Robert Burns - Literary Criticism - 1896
...carried his body to the grave, supported by the staff of the Dumfriesshire Militia. ' In his person, Colonel De Peyster was tall, soldierlike, and commanding...in his affections, warm, generous, and sincere ; in bis principles, and particularly his political principles, firm even to Inflexibility. No man, we believe,...
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Historical Collections, Volume 20

Michigan - 1912
...than the altered, and, as we suspect, not improved manners of the present times." " 'In his person Colonel De Peyster was tall, soldier-like, and commanding;...generous, and sincere; in his principles, and particularly his political principles, firm even to inflexibility. No man, we believe, ever possessed more of the...
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