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" At the opening of a campaign, when under marching orders for an important service, their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves, and a regard to military propriety, will not suffer them to persist in a measure which would be a violation of them... "
Selections from the Correspondence of the Executive of New Jersey, from 1776 ... - Page 163
by New Jersey. Governor (1776-1790 : Livingston) - 1848 - 368 pages
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Life of Washington, Volume 3

Washington Irving - 1905
...marching orders for an important service, their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves, and a regard to military propriety, will not suffer them...have hazarded a step which has an air of dictating to their country, by taking advantage of the necessity of the moment ; for the declaration they have...
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Letters and Addresses,

George Washington - 1908 - 489 pages
...marching orders for an important service,—their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves,—a regard to military propriety, will not suffer them...step which has an air of dictating terms to their country,—by taking advantage of the necessity of the moment. The declaration they have made to the...
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The Life of George Washington, Volume 3

Washington Irving - Biography & Autobiography - 2005 - 412 pages
...marchmg orders for an important service, their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves, and a regard to military propriety will not suffer them...a measure which would be a violation of them all. t will even wound their delicacy, coolly to reflect that they have hazarded a step which has an air...
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Works, Volume 9

Washington Irving - 1857
...marching orders for an important service, their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves, and a regard to military propriety, •will not suffer...have hazarded a step which has an air of dictating to their country, by taking advantage of the necessity of the moment ; for the declaration they have...
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Works of Washington Irving: Washington

Washington Irving - 1871
...marching orders for an important service, their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves, and a regard to military propriety, will not suffer them...to reflect that they have hazarded a step which has nn air of dictating to their country, by taking advantage of the necessity of the moment ; for the...
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history of the republic of the unied states of america

john c. hamillton - 1857
...campaign ; when under marching orders for an important service, their own honor, duty to the public and to themselves, a regard to military propriety, will not...a measure which would be a violation of them all. The declaration they have made to the State at so critical a time, that unless they obtain relief in...
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