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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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Marietta College Historical Collections, Volume 1

Ohio - 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."25 A comparison of names shows that ninety per cent of the two hundred and eighty-eight officers...
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The World Almanac & Book of Facts

Almanacs, American - 1892
...society It was declared that, "To perpetuate, therefore, as well the remembrance of this vast event, aa the mutual friendships which ^have been formed under...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 World Almanac & Book of Facts

Almanacs, American - 1898
...Independence In May. 1783. In forming the society it was declared that, "To perpetuate, therefore, ae well the remembrance of this vast event as the mutual...under the pressure of common danger, and, In many instance«, cemented by the blood of the partie«, the officers of the American armv do hereby, in...
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Munsey's Magazine for ..., Volume 14

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1896
...formed j • .. under the presence of com'••^'/ mon danger, and in many instances cemented by the tf blood of the 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 Cyclopaedia of Fraternities: A Compilation of Existing Authentic ...

Albert Clark Stevens - Secret societies - 1907 - 444 pages
...of the Revolutionary Army. Its records state : To perpetuate as well the remembrance of this great event as the mutual friendships which have been formed under the pressure of common dangers, and in numerous instances cemented by the blood of the parties, the officers of the American...
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The World Almanac & Book of Facts

Almanacs, American - 1906
...this vast event as the mutual friendships which have been formed under the pressure of common dancer, and, in many Instances, cemented by the blood of the...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 World Almanac and Book of Facts

Almanacs, American - 1902
...the Revolution for American Independence in May, 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 them. selves into one Society of Friends,...
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History of Fredericksburg, Virginia ...

Alvin T. Embrey - Reference - 1937 - 202 pages
...Earth." To perpetuate as well the remembrance of this "Vast Event" as the mutual Friendship which had been formed under the pressure of common danger, and,...instances, cemented by "the Blood of the Parties" — some officer, whose identity is not disclosed in history, so far as we know, suggested the establishment...
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The Society of the Cincinnati: Conspiracy and Distrust in Early America

Markus Hünemörder - History - 2006 - 212 pages
...the Society of the Cincinnati was a fraternal association, formed to commemorate the Revolution, and "perpetuate, therefore, as well the remembrance of...been formed under the pressure of common danger." It was also to be a charitable brotherhood, instituted in order to extend the "most substantial acts...
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Henry Knox: A Soldier of the Revolution, Major-General in the Continental ...

Noah Brooks - Biography & Autobiography - 2007 - 300 pages
...have been formed under the pressure of common danger, and in numerous instances cemented by the Mood of the 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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