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" After our rapid successes, we held the yankees in great contempt ; but it was not a little mortifying to hear them play this tune, when their army marched down to our surrender. "
Travels through the interior parts of America: in a series of letters - Page 51
by Thomas Anburey - 1789
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Ohio History, Volume 24

Ohio - 1915
...the grenadier's march it is the lover's spell, the nurse's lullaby. After our rapid successes, we held the yankees in great contempt; but it was...play this tune, when their army marched down to our surrender." But Mr. Heckewelder thinks that the Indians, in endeavoring to pronounce the name, English,...
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