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" Crockett," he had been ungenerous enough to stop, and drive them all away. This raised a universal shout among the people for me, and the general seemed mighty bad plagued. "
LIFE OF COLONEL DAVIDCROCKETT - Page 166
by DAVID CROCKETT - 1860
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A narrative of the life of David Crockett, written by himself

David Crockett - 1834
...confused the general, that he made a stop, and requested that they might be driven away. I let him finish his speech, and then walking up to him, said...little friends, the guinea'fowls, had come up and begun to holler " Crockett, Crockett, Crockett," he had been ungenerous enough to stop, and drive them...
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David Crockett: His Life and Adventures

John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1874 - 350 pages
...Arnold, but really addressing the crowd, said, in a loud voice, but very jocosely : " Well, General, you are the first man I ever saw that understood the language of fowls. You had not the politeness even to allude to me in your speech. But when my little friends the guineahens...
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Literature of the revolutionary period, 1765-1787

Ellen Mackay (Hutchinson) Cortissoz, Arthur Stedman - American literature - 1894
...confused the general, that he made a stop, and requested that they might be driven away. I let him finish his speech, and then walking up to him, said aloud, '' Well, general, you are the first man I over saw that understood the language of fowls." I told him that he...
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The story of the filibusters

James Jeffrey Roche, Davy Crockett - Filibusters - 1891 - 373 pages
...confused the general, that he made a stop, and requested that they might be driven away. I let him finish his speech, and then walking up to him, said...and began to holler " Crockett, Crockett, Crockett," ho had been ungenerous enough to stop, and drive tin: in all away. This raised a universal shout among...
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The Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1902 - 415 pages
...so confused the general that he made a stop, and requested that they might be driven away. I let him finish his speech, and then walking up to him, said...began to holler, " Crockett, Crockett, Crockett," be had been nngenerous enough to stop, and drive them all away. This raised a universal shont among...
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The Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible ...

Davy Crockett - Legislators - 1903
...so confused the general that he made a stop, and requested that they might be driven away. I let him finish his speech, and then walking up to him, said aloud, " Well, colonel, j'ou are the first man I ever saw that understood the language of fowls." I told him that he had not...
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Classic American Hero Stories: Twelve Inspirational Tales of American Heroism

Stephen Vincent Brennan - History - 2005 - 312 pages
...Arnold, [98] but really addressing the crowd, said, in a loud voice, but very jocosely: "Well, General, you are the first man I ever saw that understood the language of fowls. You had not the politeness even to allude to me in your speech. But when my little friends the guinea-hens...
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