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The history and antiquities of New England, New York, New Jersey, and ... - Page 418
by John Warner Barber - 1856 - 624 pages
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An Abridgment of the History of New-England: For the Use of Young Persons

Hannah Adams - New England - 1806 - 151 pages
...extraordinary reason given by the provost marshal! : " That the rebels should not know that they had a man rn their army who could die with so much firmness." "...worthy a young man as America could boast, with this his dying observation, " That he only lamented that he had but one life to lose fur his country." ...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volume 2

United States - 1812
...and this very extraordinary reason given by the provost marshal, " that the rebels should not know they had a man in their army who could die with so...single friend to offer him the least consolation, thus !cll as amiable and as worthy a young man as America could boast, with this, as his dying observation...
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A Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode-Island: Written with Care ...

John Chauncey Pease, John Milton Niles - Connecticut - 1819 - 389 pages
...the feelings of humanity could only be equalled by the reason which was assigned for it; which was, " that the rebels should not know that they had a man in their array who could die with so much firmness." It is difficult to conceive of a situation more awful,...
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History of the United States of America: with a brief account of some of the ...

Charles Prentiss, William Sullivan - United States - 1821 - 276 pages
...mother and other relations were destroyed ; the provost Marshall declaring "the rebels should not know they had a man in their army who could die with so much firmness." Arnold was made a Brigadier General in the British service. January, 1781. A mutiny, the consequences...
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A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War, from 1775 to 1783

James Thacher - United States - 1823 - 603 pages
...other friends, were destroyed ; and this very extraordinary reason given by the proToct marshal, ' that the rebels should not know that they had a man...their army, who could die with so much firmness.' 'L Unknown to all around him, without a single friend to offer him the least consolation, thus fell...
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A New American Biographical Dictionary: Or, Remembrancer of the Departed ...

United States - 1824 - 504 pages
...extraordinary reason given by the provost marshal, '-that the rebels should not know they had a mail in their army who could die with so much firmness."...the least consolation, thus fell as amiable and as wortby a young man as America could boast, with this, as his dying observation ; that "he only lamented...
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American Political and Military Biography: In Two Parts. Part I. The ...

Presidents - 1825 - 424 pages
...rea"a given by the provost marshal, " THAT THE UEBEI* SHOULD NOT KNOW THEY HAD A MAN IS THEIR ARMY COULD DIE WITH SO MUCH FIRMNESS." Unknown to all around...worthy a young man as America could boast, with this, a> his dying observation : that " HE ONLY LAMENTED THAT UK HAD BUT ONF LIFE TO LOSE FOR HIS COUNTRY."...
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A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War: From 1775 to 1783

James Thacher - Canada - 1827 - 487 pages
...other friends, were destroyed ; and this very extraordinary reason given by the provost marshal, * that the rebels should not know that they had a man...amiable and as worthy a young man as America could boost, with this as his dying observation, * that he only lamented he had but one life to lose for...
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A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War: From 1775 to 1783

James Thacher - Canada - 1827 - 487 pages
...very extraordinary reason given by the provost marshal,' that the rebels should not know that they bad a man in their army who could die with so much firmness.' " Sir William Howe at once gave an order to the provost marshal to execute him the next morning. "...
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Interesting Events in the History of the United States: Being a Selection of ...

John Warner Barber - United States - 1828 - 220 pages
...other friends, wvre destroyed ; and this very extraordinary reason was given by the provost marshal, " that the rebels should not know that they had a man...thus fell as amiable and as worthy a young man as Amcricacoukl boast, with this as his dying observation, "that he only lamented he had but one life...
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