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" They were knit together in a strict and sacred bond, to take care of the good of each other and of the whole. It was not with them as with other men, whom small things could discourage, or small discontents cause to wish themselves again at home. "
The Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the American Forces ... - Page 75
by John Marshall, Bushrod Washington - 1804
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The History of America, Volume 4

William Robertson - America - 1803
...virtue of which ' they held themselves obliged to take care of the good of each other, and of the whole. It was not with them, as with other men, whom small...discontents cause to wish themselves at home again. "* The jg^ first object of their solicitude was to secure the free exercise of their religion. For this purpose...
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The History of America: In which is Included, The History of ..., Volume 2

William Robertson - 1811
...the good of each other, and of the whole. It was uot with them as with other men, whom; - ; 1 1 ail things could discourage, or small discontents, cause to wish themselves at home again." The first object of their solicitude was to secure the free exercise of their religion. For this purpose...
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The Geographical and Historical Dictionary of America and the West ..., Volume 2

Antonio de Alcedo, Aaron Arrowsmith - America - 1812
...strict and sacred bond, by virtue of which they held themselves bound to take care of the good of ouch other, and of the whole. That it was not with, them...discontents cause to wish themselves at home again." The Virginia company were very much pleased with the applica-] [tion, and some of the chief of them addressed...
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The History of America, Issue 2

William Robertson - America - 1812
...virtue of whieh they held themselves obliged to take eare of the good of eaeh other, and of the whole. It was not with them, as with other men, whom small things eould diseourage, or small diseontents eause to wish themselves at home again.* The first objeet of...
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The historical works of William Robertson: with an account of his ..., Volume 4

William Robertson, George Gleig (Bishop of Brechin) - America - 1813
...virtue of which they held themselves obliged to take care of the good of each other, and of the whole. It was not with them, as with other men, whom small...discontents cause to wish themselves at home again -.' The first object of their solicitude was to secure the free exercise of their religion. For this purpose...
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The History of America, Volume 4

William Robertson - America - 1817
...virtue of which they held themselves obliged to take care of the good of each other, and of the whole. It was not with them, as with other men, whom small...discontents cause to wish themselves at home again." g The first object of their solicitude was to secure the free exercise of their religion. For this...
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The works of William Robertson, D.D. To which is prefixed, an account of his ...

William Robertson, Dugald Stewart - 1817
...virtue of which they held themselves obliged to take care of the good of each other, and of the whole. It was not with them, as with other men, whom small...things could discourage, or small discontents cause lets, to wish themselves at home again."8 The first object of their solicitude was to secure the free...
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An Appeal from the Judgments of Great Britain Respecting the United States ...

Robert Walsh - Public opinion - 1819 - 512 pages
...tue of which they held themselves hound to take care of the " good of each other, and of the whole: It was not with them " as with other men, whom small...discontents cause to wish themselves at home again," &c. &c. It is accurately stated by Ramsay ,t that the first settlers of New England in general, had...
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History of North America

John Talbot - North America - 1820 - 4 pages
...they were knit together in a strict and sacred bond, by virtue of which they held themselves bound to take care of the good of each other, and of the whole....The only privilege on which they insisted, was. a licence under the great seal to practise and profess religion in that mode which, under the impulse...
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The Eclectic Review, Volume 13; Volume 31

William Hendry Stowell - 1820
...held themselves bound to take '• care of the good of each other, and of the whole: it was aotviib " them as with other men, whom small things could discourage,...discontents cause to wish themselves at home again."' PP- 27, 8 It has been tauntingly said, and a hundred times repealed, that, ' (he Americans arc a nice...
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