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" Washington made no scruple to say publicly that the remains of the Eastern regiments were the strength of his army, though their numbers were, comparatively speaking, but small. He calls them in front when the enemy are there. He sends them to the rear... "
Provincial and State Papers - Page 524
by New Hampshire (Colony) Probate Court - 1885
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Historic Fields and Mansions of Middlesex

Samuel Adams Drake - Historic buildings - 1874 - 442 pages
...to be a composition of boasting and conceit. General Washington made no scruple to say publicly that the remains of the Eastern regiments were the strength of his army, though their numbers were, comparatively speaking, but small. He calls them in front when the enemy are there....
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Old Landmarks and Historic Fields of Middlesex

Samuel Adams Drake - Middlesex County (Mass.) - 1876 - 442 pages
...be a composition of IxKwting and conceit. General Washington made no scruple to say publicly lint, the remains of the Eastern regiments were the strength of his army, though their numbers were, comparatively speaking, but small. He calls them in front when the enemy are there....
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The Granite Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, History and State ..., Volume 12

Henry Harrison Metcalf, John Norris McClintock - Local history - 1889
...wrote to the governor of New Hampshire, — " No men fight better or write worse than our Yankees. General Washington made no scruple to say publicly, the remains of the eastern regiment were the strength of his army ; — he calls them to the front when the enemy are there ;...
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Granite Monthly: A New Hampshire Magazine, Volume 12

1889
...wrote to the governor of New Hampshire, — " No men fight better or write worse than our Yankees. General Washington made no scruple to say publicly, the remains of the eastern regiment were the strength of his army ; — he calls them to the/front when the enemy are there ;...
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Historic Mansions and Highways Around Boston: Being a New and Revised ...

Samuel Adams Drake - Historic buildings - 1904 - 440 pages
...to be a composition of boasting and conceit. General Washington made no scruple to say publicly that the remains of the Eastern regiments were the strength of his army, though their numbers were, comparatively speaking, but small. He calls them in front when the enemy are there....
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