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Memoirs, Correspondence and Manuscripts of General Lafayette - Page 331
by Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier marquis de Lafayette - 1837 - 551 pages
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington - Presidents - 1835
...the French discipline is sach, that chickens and pigs walk between the lines without bek| dbturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, of which not one leaf has been touched. The Tories know not what to say to it. I am with the highest respect, and the most tender friendship, &c. " LAFAYETTE."...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington - Presidents - 1835
...them to observe the good examples, which were given to the French soldiers by the American troops. On the other hand the French discipline is such, that chickens and pigs walk between the lines without being disturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, of which not one leaf has...
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Memoirs, Correspondence and Manuscripts of General Lafayette

Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier marquis de Lafayette - France - 1837 - 555 pages
...fill up all the streets (*f Newport. On the other hand, the French discipline is such-,, that chiken and pigs walk between the tents without being; disturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, from which not one leaf has been touched. The Tories-don'6 know what to say to it. Your moet obedient...
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The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence ..., Volume 7

George Washington, Jared Sparks - United States - 1839
...them to observe the good examples, which were given to the French soldiers by the American troops. On the other hand the French discipline is such, that chickens and pigs walk between the lines without being disturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, of which not one leaf has...
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The Life of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette: A Marquis of France; a General in ...

Ebenezer Mack, Jules Cloquet - History - 1841 - 371 pages
...were given to the French soldiers by the American troops. So far are they gone in their admirations that they find a great deal to say in favour of General...disturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, from which not one leaf has been touched. The Tories don't know what to say to it." But, more positive...
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The Life of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette ...: From Numerous and Authentic Sources

Ebenezer Mack - France - 1843 - 375 pages
...American troops. So far are they gone in their admirations that they find a great deal to say in favor of General Varnum, and his escort of militia dragoons,...between the tents without being disturbed, and that the re is in the camp a cornfield, from which not one leaf has been touched. The Tories don't know...
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The life of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette ...: from numerous and authentic sources

Ebenezer Mack - 1843 - 375 pages
...American troops. So far are they gone in their admirations that they find a great deal to say in favor of General Varnum, and his escort of. militia dragoons,...such, that chickens and pigs walk between the tents with. out being disturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, from which not one leaf has>een...
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The Life of General Lafayette, Marquis of France, General in the U.S. Army ...

Phineas Camp Headley - 1855 - 375 pages
...American troops. So far are they gone in their admirations, that they find a great deal to say in favor of General Varnum, and his escort of militia dragoons,...without being disturbed, and that there is in the camp a corn field, from which not one leaf has been touched. The Tories do n't know what to say to it." Rochambeau...
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THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON; BEING THE ADDRESSES, MESSAGES, AND OTHER ...

JARED SPARKS - 1855
...them to observe the good examples, which were given to the French soldiers by the American troops. On the other hand the French discipline is such, that chickens and pigs walk between the lines without being disturbed, and that there is in the camp a cornfield, of which not one leaf has...
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The Life of the General Lafayette: Marquis of France, General in the United ...

Phineas Camp Headley - 1856 - 377 pages
...American troops. So far are they gone in their admirations, that they find a great deal to say in favor of General Varnum, and his escort of militia dragoons,...without being disturbed, and that there is in the camp a corn field, from which not one leaf has been touched. The Tories don't know what to say to it." Rochambeau...
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