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" ... at the bare insinuation that our troops were about. " Well, they got off in high spirits, every man stepping high and light. And I slept soundly and quietly that night, and worked hard all the next day; but I kept thinking where they had got to —... "
The personal and family history of Charles Hooks and Margaret Monk Harris - Page 89
by James Coffee Harris - 1911 - 116 pages
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Women of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1819
...hard all the next day; but I kept thinking where they had got to — how far; where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet ; and I could...not — I had a dream ; yet it was not all a dream. (She used the words, unconsciously, of the poet who was not then in being.) I saw distinctly a body...
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The London and Paris ladies' magazine of fashion, ed. by mrs. Edward Thomas

Jane Thomas (ne Pinhorn) - 1850
...hard all the next day; hut I kept thinking where they had got to— how far; where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet, and I could not keep myself from the study. I went to hed at the usual time, hut still continued to study. As I lay — whether waking or sleeping I knew...
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Noble Deeds of American Women: With Biographical Sketches of Some of the ...

Jesse Clement - Women - 1851 - 480 pages
...hard all the next day; but I kept thinking where they had got to — how far ; where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet; and I could...not — I had a dream ; yet it was not all a dream. (She used the words, unconsciously, of the poet who was not then in being.) I saw distinctly a body...
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Historical Sketches of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1851, Compiled from ...

John Hill Wheeler - North Carolina - 1851
...worked hard all the next day; but I kept thinking where they had got to, how far, where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet ; and I could not keep myself from that study. I went to bed at the usual time, but could not sleep. As I lay — whether waking or sleeping...
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Autumn Hours and Fireside Reading

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - American literature - 1854 - 311 pages
...porcupinishness induced by the unnatural circumstances of the time. We must let her tell her own story. " I lay — whether waking or sleeping I know not — I had a dream ; yet it was not all a dream. (She used the words unconsciously, of the poet who was not then in being.) I saw distinctly a body...
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - Presidents - 1860
...worked hard all the next day ; but I kept thinking where they had got to, how fur, where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet ; and I could not keep myself from that study. I went to bed at the usual time, but could not sleep. As I lay — whether waking or sleeping,...
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THE FEMALE PROSE WRITERS OF AMERICA.

JOHN S. HART - 1866
...hard all the next day; but I kept thinking where they had got to —how far; where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet; and I could...study. As I lay— whether waking or sleeping I know not—-I had a dream ; yet it was not all a dream. (She used the words, unconsciously, of the poet...
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NOBILE DEEDS OF AMERICAN WOMEN

L.G. SIGOURNEY - 1869
...hard all the next day; but I kept thinking where they had got to— how far; where and how many of the regulars and tories they would meet; and I could not keep myself from the study. I went to l^ed at the usual time, but still continued to study. As I lay — whether waking or sleeping I know...
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History of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1783

Samuel A'Court Ashe - North Carolina - 1908
...the next day ; but I kept thinking where they had got to — how far, where, and how many Regulators and Tories they would meet ; and I could not keep myself from the study. I went to bed at the usual *The name of the writer of this letter is not stated, but from internal evidence the author attributes...
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Revolutionary Women in the War for American Independence: A One-volume ...

Elizabeth Fries Ellet, Lincoln Diamant - History - 1998 - 226 pages
...many of the Regulars and Royalists they would meet. I could not keep myself from thinking about them. I went to bed at the usual time, but still continued to think. "As I lay, whether waking or sleeping I know not, I had a dream, yet it was not all a dream....
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