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" The Indians shall see that there is malice enough in our Hearts to destroy every thing that contributes to their support. "
Iroquois Uses of Maize and Other Food Plants - Page 18
by Arthur Caswell Parker - 1910 - 119 pages
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THE HISTORY OF THE RISE, PROGRESS, AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE INDEPENDENCE OF ...

William Gordon - 1801
...continent at least many thousand hard dollars. He continued relentless, and said — " The Indians shall see, that there is malice enough: in- our hearts- to destroy eVery thing that contributes toward their support." Some of the officers, however, who wire-sent out...
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Biography and history of the Indians of North America: comprising ..., Volume 3

Samuel Gardner Drake - Indians of North America - 1834 - 541 pages
...destroying fruit-trees, and remonstrated to Gen. Sullivan against the order. He replied, " The Indians shall see that there is malice enough in our Hearts to destroy every thing that contributes to their support." Gordon, Amer, Rev. iii. 21. fore taken from the Americans....
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: Comprising a General ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1837
...destroying fruit-trees, and remonstrated to Gen. Sidlircm against the order. He replied, "The Indians shall see that there is malice enough in our hearts to destroy every thing that contributes to their support." Gordon, Amer. Rev. iii. 21. t Gordon, Amer. Rev....
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The New-York Review, Volume 3

1838
...were adopted to drive them back to the condition of utter savages. " The Indians," said Sullivan, " shall see that there is malice enough in our hearts to destroy every thing that contributes to their support." And well did he fulfil his threat. The work of destruction...
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The Book of the Indians, Or, Biography and History of the Indians of North ...

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1845 - 708 pages
...destroying fruit-trees, and remonstrated to Gen. 8u//mm against the order. He replied, " The Indians shall see that there is malice enough in our hearts to destroy every thing that contributes to meir support." Gordon, Amer. Rev. Hi. 21. Fivo Nutious chastised fur...
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Biography and History of the Indians of North America: From Its First Discovery

Samuel G. Drake - Indians of North America - 1851 - 720 pages
...destroying fruit-trees, and remonstrated to Gen. Kuliiran against the order. He replied, " The Indians shall see that there is malice enough in our hearts to destroy every thing that contributes to uieir support." Gordon, Amer. Rev. iii. 21. Five Nations chastised...
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History of the Indian Tribes of Hudson's River: Their Origin, Manners and ...

Edward Manning Ruttenber - Indians of North America - 1872 - 415 pages
...Indian villages and blackened harvest fields. " The Indians shall see," said Sullivan, " that we have malice enough in our hearts to destroy everything that contributes to their support," and faithfully was that determination executed. Catharine Montour received in part the punishment she...
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Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against ...

New York (State). Secretary's Office, Frederick Cook - Indians of North America - 1887 - 579 pages
...sprung forth armed men. " The Indians shall see." said General Sullivan in his report to Congress, " That there is malice enough in our hearts to destroy everything that contributes to their support." And this, in one sentence, tells the whole story of the campaign. This day, and the occasion of it,...
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The Empire State: A Compendious History of the Commonwealth of New York

Benson John Lossing - History - 1888 - 618 pages
...charged with the forces of destruction, had now fairly begun. " The Indians shall see," said Sullivan, " that there is malice enough in our hearts to destroy everything that contributes to their support." His men, burning with indignation, eagerly sought to avenge the cruelties of the barbarians and Tories...
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Annual Transactions

United Empire Loyalists' Association of Ontario - 1897
...as discreditable to American soldiers, but in vain. Sullivan is reported to have said, " The Indians shall see that there is malice enough in our hearts...destroy everything that contributes to their support." On the 4th the army destroyed a small scattered settlement of eight houses. Two days after they reached...
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