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" I will keep you at arm's length. I lay this down as a trial for both, to see which will have the greatest regard to it, and that side we will stand by, and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers, the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell... "
Early History of Western Pennsylvania: And of the West, and of Western ... - Page 40
by Israel Daniel Rupp - 1846 - 2 pages
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Putnam's Magazine: Original Papers on Literature, Science, Art and ..., Volume 3

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1854
...we will stand byj and make equal sharers with us_ Our brothers the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell it to you ; for I am not afraid to discharge you off this land." The French commandant seems to hare replied in a very truculent spirit, as reported by the Indian chief:...
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Putnam's Monthly, Volume 3

1854
...spirit, as reported by the Indian chief: "Now, my child, I have heard your speech ; you spoke first, but it is my time to speak now. Where is my wampum, that you took away with the marks of towns upon it ? This wampum I do not know, which you have discharged me off the land with...
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THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON; BEING HIS CORRESPONDENCE, ADDRESSES ...

JARED SPARKS - 1855
...we will stand by, and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers, the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell it to you ; for I am not afraid to discharge you off this land.55 These are the sentiments of a patriot and a hero, but the high-minded savage was not aware,...
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Memoirs of Washington

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1857 - 516 pages
...we will stand by, and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers, the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell it to you, for I am not afraid to discharge you off this land." The French superintendent seems to have replied in a very truculent spirit, as reported by the Indian...
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The Diary of George Washington, from 1789 to 1791: Embracing the Opening of ...

George Washington - United States - 1860 - 248 pages
...we will stand by, and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers, the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell it to you ; for I am not afraid to...child, I have heard your speech ; you spoke first, but it is my time to speak now. Where is my wampum that you took away with the marks of towns on it?...
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The diary of George Washington, from 1789 to 1791: embracing the ..., Volume 4

George Washington - United States - 1860 - 248 pages
...the general, who made this reply : " Now, my child, I have heard your speech; you spoke first, but it is my time to speak now. Where is my wampum that you took away with the ma1'ks of towns on it ? This wampum I do not know, which you have discharged me off the land with...
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The Olden Time, Volume 1

Local history - 1876
...we will stand by, and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell it to you ; for I am not afraid to...speak now. Where is my wampum that you took away, with the marks of towns on it? This wampum I do not know, which you have discharged me off the land with...
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The Discovery and Conquests of the Northwest: Including the Early History of ...

Rufus Blanchard, Elijah Middlebroook Haines - Chicago (Ill.) - 1880 - 514 pages
...side we will stand by and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers the English have heard this. and I come now to tell it to you, for I am not afraid to...child, I have heard your speech. You spoke first,, but it is my time to speak now. Where is my wampum that you took away with the marks of towns on it?...
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...From farm house to the White House: the life of George Washington

William Makepeace Thayer - 1890 - 503 pages
...we will stand by, and make equal sharers with us. Our brothers, the English, have heard this, and I come now to tell it to you, for I am not afraid to...child, I have heard your speech ; you spoke first, but it is my time to speak now. Where is my wampum that you took away with the marks of towns on it...
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