The Life Of George Washington Commander In Chief Of The American Army Through The Revolutionary War And The First President Of The United States

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 504 pages
1882. The author's wish was to produce a portrait of the character of Washington in a simplified manner to be understood by the unlettered portion of the community. Partial Contents: His Birth; Colonel Washington's Marriage; General Washington marches the army to New York; General Washington disposes his small force for the protection of New Jersey; Progress and Issue of the Northern Campaign; Plan formed by Congress and the French minister for the invasion of Canada and Nova Scotia; Amount of Paper Emission; Arnold is appointed a Brigadier in the British service and invades Virginia; Preparations for another campaign; General Washington in Retirement; Inauguration of the President; General Washington reelected President; and The President calumniate.

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