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" To perpetuate, therefore, as well the remembrance of this vast event, as the mutual friendships which have been formed under the pressure of common danger, and in many instances cemented by the blood of the parties, the officers of the American army do... "
Side-lights on Maryland History: With Sketches of Early Maryland Families ... - Page 388
by Hester Dorsey Richardson - 1913
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History of the Tammany Society: Or Columbian Order

Euphemia Vale Blake - 1901
...established the Colonies as free, independent and sovereign States, as the mutual friendships which had been formed under the pressure of common danger, and...many instances cemented by the blood of the parties. They accordingly met at the Ver Planck Mansion, the Headquarters of Major-General Baron de Steuben,...
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The American Almanac, Year-book, Cyclopedia and Atlas

Yearbooks - 1902
...object of the association that It was "to perpetuate as well the remembrance of this vast event SB the mutual friendships which have been formed under...many instances cemented by the blood of the parties." To this end, the declaration adds, "the officers of the American Army do hereby. In the most solemn...
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The American Almanac, Year-book, Cyclopaedia and Atlas, Volume 1

Almanacs, American - 1903
...They declared as the object of the association thut It was "to perpetuate as well the •emembranee of this vast event as the mutual friendships which have been formed under the pressure of runtaon danger, and. In many Instances cemented by the blood of the parties." To this end, the declaration...
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The Connecticut Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly, Volume 6

William Farrand Felch, George C. Atwell, H. Phelps Arms, Francis Trevelyan Miller - Local history - 1900
...of the Society were elected. advantages with some of the greatest princes and powers of the earth ; To PERPETUATE, THEREFORE, as well the remembrance of this vast event, as the mutual friendships that have been formed under the pressure of common danger, and in many instances cemented by the blood...
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Major David Ziegler

George Anthony Katzenberger - Cincinnati (Ohio) - 1912 - 50 pages
...by Alliances founded on reciprocal Advantage with some of the Great Princes and Powers of the Enrth. To perpetuate, therefore, as well the Remembrance...Parties, the Officers of the American Army do hereby in the most Solemn Manner associate, constitute, and combine themselves into one Society of Friends, to...
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The American Statesmen's Yearbook: From Official Reports of the United ...

Joseph Walker McSpadden - Periodicals - 1912
...Object: To perpetuate as well the remembrance of the War of the Revolution for American independence as the mutual friendships which have been formed under the pressure of common danger. All Continental officers who had served with honor and resigned after three years' service as officers,...
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Year Book

Sons of the Revolution. Kentucky Society - 1913
...alliances founded on reciprocal advantages, with some of the greatest princes and powers of the earth. To perpetuate, therefore, as well the remembrance...parties, the officers of the American army do hereby, in the most solemn manner, associate, constitute, and combine themselves into one SOCIETY OF FRIENDS,...
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Frederick William Von Steuben and the American Revolution: Aide to ...

Joseph Beatty Doyle - United States - 1913 - 399 pages
...alliances founded on reciprocal advantages with some of the greatest princes and powers of the earth ; "To perpetuate, therefore, as well the remembrance of this vast event as well as the mutual friendships which have been formed under the pressure of common danger, and in many...
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American Orders & Societies and Their Decorations: The Objects of the ...

Jennings Hood, Charles James Young - Military decorations - 1917 - 107 pages
...the Revolution for American Independence, May 10, 1783. In forming the society it was declared that, "To perpetuate, therefore, as well the remembrance...parties, the officers of the American Army do, hereby, in the most solemn manner, associate, constitute, and combine themselves into one Society of Friends,...
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The Records of the Original Proceedings of the Ohio Company ...

Ohio Company (1786-1796) - Land grants - 1917
...this vast event [independence] as the mutual friend-ships which have been formed under the present common danger, and in many instances cemented by the blood of the parties."" A comparison of names shows that ninety per cent of the two hundred and eighty-eight officers who signed...
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