Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Alabama

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Page 553 - President of the United States of America, "To ALL WHO SHALL SEE THESE PRESENTS, Greeting: "Know Ye; That reposing special trust and confidence in the...
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Page 555 - Spirit of that early day, So pure and strong and true, Be with us in the narrow way Our faithful fathers knew. Give strength the evil to forsake, The cross of Truth to bear, And love and reverent fear to make Our daily lives a prayer ! THE REFORMER.
Page 537 - I know that my Redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon earth, and though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh I shall see God, whom I shall see for myself, and my eyes shall behold, and not another.
Page 552 - Reports of Cases Adjudged in the Superior Court of the State of Connecticut, from the year 1785, to May, 1788," which has the unique distinction of being the first volume of law reports published in America.
Page 554 - We care not whence they came, Dear is their lifeless clay! Whether unknown, or known to fame, Their cause and country still the same; They died — and wore the Gray.
Page 559 - Few, few were they whose swords of old Won the fair land in which we dwell ; But we are many, we who hold The grim resolve to guard it well. Strike for that broad and goodly land, Blow after blow, till men shall see That Might and Right move hand in hand, And glorious must their triumph be.
Page 539 - Rep. Kentuckiensis Eundem honorem tulit. On the south face : Qui De Religione, de Patria Optime meritus: Maximo suorum et bonorum omnium Desiderio Mortem obiit, Die Jul. XI : Anno Domini : MDCCCXXXIX: Aetatis suae LXXX. On the north face : Uxor dilectissima Hoc monumentum ponendum Curavit. The facts concerning the life of this distinguished man are mostly taken from Saunders' Early Settlers of Alabama, p.
Page 537 - And who were they our fathers ? In their veins Ran the best blood of England's gentlemen, Her bravest in the strife on battle plains, Her wisest in the strife of voice and pen.

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