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" it is very common to hear the inquiry made, ' What did he do that made him leave home ? ' or, ' What have you come to Texas for ? ' intimating almost an assurance of one's being a criminal. Notwithstanding this state of things, however, the good of the... "
A Visit to Texas: Being the Journal of a Traveller Through Those Parts Most ... - Page 217
by Fiske - 1834 - 264 pages
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A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1834 - 211 pages
...and generally obtain early and circumstantial information concerning strangers. "Indeed," said he, " it is very common to hear the inquiry made, 'What...the public, and of each individual, is so evidently dependent on the public morals, that all appear ready to discountenance and punish crime. Even men...
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Col. Crockett's exploits and adventures in Texas: wherein is contained, a ...

Richard Penn Smith, Davy Crockett - Texas - 1845 - 204 pages
...and generally obtain early and circumstantial information concerning strangers. "Indeed," said he, " it is very common to hear the inquiry made, ' What...the public, and of each individual, is so evidently dependent on the public morals, that all appear ready to discountenance and punish crime. Even men...
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LIFE OF COLONEL DAVIDCROCKETT

DAVID CROCKETT - 1860
...he, "it is very common to hear the inquiry made, 1 What did he do that made him leave home ?' or, 4 What have you come to Texas for ?' intimating almost...the public, and of each individual, is so evidently dependent on the public morals, that all appear ready to discountenance and punish crime. EVen men...
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The story of the filibusters

James Jeffrey Roche, Davy Crockett - Filibusters - 1891 - 373 pages
...and generally obtain early and circumbtaniial information concerning strangers. " Indeed," said he, " it is very common to hear the inquiry made, ' What...the public, and of each individual, is so evidently dependent on the public morals, that all appear ready to discountenance and punish crime. Even men...
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Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible Backwoodsman ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1902 - 415 pages
...and generally obtain early and circumstantial information concerning strangers. " Indeed," said he, " it is very common to hear the inquiry made, ' What...the public, and of each individual, is so evidently dependent on the public morals, that all appear ready to discountenance and punish crime. Even men...
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Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible Backwoodsman ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1902 - 415 pages
...and generally obtain early aud circumstantial information concerning strangers. " Indeed," said he, " it is very common to hear the inquiry made, ' What...intimating almost an assurance of one's being a criminal. Notwithstand. ing this state of things, however, the good of the public, and of each individual, is...
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The Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1903 - 405 pages
...and generally obtain early and circumstantial information concerning strangers. " Indeed," said he, " it is very common to hear the inquiry made, ' What...the public, and of each individual, is so evidently dependent on the public morals, that all appear ready to discountenance and punish crime. Even men...
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On to the Alamo: Col. Crockett's Exploits and Adventures in Texas

Richard Penn Smith - Biography & Autobiography - 2003 - 149 pages
...and generally obtain early and circumstantial information concerning strangers. "Indeed," said he, "it is very common to hear the inquiry made, 'What did he do that made him leave home?''5 or, 'What have you come to Texas for?' intimating almost an assurance of one's being a criminal....
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