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" The unfortunate soldiers were in want of everything ; they had neither coats, hats, shirts nor shoes ; their feet and legs froze till they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. "
The Life of Gilbert Motier de Lafayette: A Marquis of France; a General in ... - Pagina 55
di Ebenezer Mack - 1841 - 371 pagine
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 10

1837
...they fiad no means of retiring. The unfonunale soldiers were in want of every thing ; ihey had ncilher coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes; their feet and legs...provisions nor any means of transport; the colonels were oficn reduced to two rations, and sometimes even to one. The army frequently remained whole days without...
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The Knickerbocker: Or, New-York Monthly Magazine, Volume 10

Charles Fenno Hoffman, Lewis Gaylord Clark, Timothy Flint, Kinahan Cornwallis, John Holmes Agnew - 1837
...which, however, they had no means of retiring. The unfortunate soldiers were in want of every thing ; they had neither coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes ; their feet and legs froze till ihey became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. From want of money, they could neither...
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The Pictorial History of England During the Reign of George the ..., Volume 1

George Lillie Craik - 1841
...The unfortunate soldiers," says Lafayette, " were in want of every thing ; they had neither coats nor hats, shirts nor shoes ; their feet and legs froze...often necessary to amputate them. From want of money the officers could obtain neither provisions nor any means of transport; the colonels were often reduced...
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The Aristocracy of England: A History for the People

William Howitt - 1846 - 336 pagine
...enough : the officers were as ragged and as famished as the men. Lafayette, who saw them, says — " The unfortunate soldiers were in want of everything ; they had neither coats nor hats, shirts nor shoes. Their legs and feet froze till they became black, and it was often necessary...
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The Life of General Lafayette, Marquis of France, General in the U.S. Army ...

Phineas Camp Headley - 1855 - 375 pagine
...after it had taken up its winter quarters: " The unfortunate soldiers were in want of every thing; — they had neither coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes; — their feet and legs froze until they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. From want of money they could...
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The Life of the General Lafayette: Marquis of France, General in the United ...

Phineas Camp Headley - 1856 - 377 pagine
...after it had taken up its winter quarters: " The unfortunate soldiers were in want of every thing; — they had neither coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes; — their feet and legs froze until they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. From want of money they could...
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THE LIFE OF THE GENERAL LAFAYETTE

P.C. HEADLEY - 1859
...it had taken up its winter quarters: " The unfortunate soldiers were in want of every thing;—they had neither coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes;— their feet and legs froze until they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. From want of money -they could...
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Narrative and Critical History of America: The United States of North ...

Justin Winsor - 1887
...their quarters with fearful rapidity. " The unfortunate soldiers," wrote Lafayette, in after - years, " were in want of everything; they had neither coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes; their feet and their legs froze till they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. . . . The army...
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The Life of La Fayette: The Knight of Liberty in Two Worlds and Two Centuries

Lydia Hoyt Farmer - 1888 - 472 pagine
...quarters at Valley Forge. La Fayette thus describes the condition of their troops at this time : — " The unfortunate soldiers were in want of everything...hats, shirts, nor shoes; their feet and legs froze until they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. From want of money they could...
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Narrative and Critical History of America: London: 1886-1889, Volume 6

Justin Winsor - 1888 - 640 pagine
...in want of everything ; they had neither coats, hats, shirts, nor shoes ; their feet and their lugs froze till they became black, and it was often necessary to amputate them. . . . The army frequently remained whole days without provisions, and the patient endurance of both...
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