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" The general hopes," said he in his orders, " that this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and soldier to act with fidelity and courage, as knowing that now the peace and safety of his country depend, under God, solely on... "
Reminiscences of Gen'l Samuel B. Webb of the Revolutionary Army - Pagina 42
di James Watson Webb - 1880 - 402 pagine
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The Memorial History of the City of New-York: From Its First ..., Volume 2

James Grant Wilson - 1892
...accordance with a general order which concluded with these words : " The General hopes this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...knowing that now the peace and safety of his country depends (under God) solely on the success of our arms, and that he is now in the service of a l " I...
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The American Nation: Its Executive, Legislative, Political, Financial ...

1894
...expression from him, of which the following is a portion: "The General hopes that this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...solely on the success of our arms, and that he is now in the service of a state possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit, and advance him to...
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The Presidents of the United States 1789-1894

James Grant Wilson - 1894 - 526 pagine
...head of the army. " The General hopes," said he in the orders of the day, " that this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...depend, under God, solely on the success of our arms." He hailed the Declaration with delight, and had written to his brother, from Philadelphia, that he...
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The American Metropolis: From Knickerbocker Days to the Present ..., Volume 2

Frank Moss - 1897
...reasons of this measure, is to be read with au audible voice. The general hopes that this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every .officer...solely on the success of our arms; and that he is now in the service of a State possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit, and advance him to...
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Leslie's History of the Greater New York: New York to the consolidation

Daniel Van Pelt - 1898
...Washington said in the general order calling the assembly together: " The General hopes this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...solely on the success of our arms, and that he is now in the service of a State possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit and advance him to...
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George Washington, Volume 1

Worthington Chauncey Ford - 1900
...the British constitution." To his army he was more direct. " The General hopes this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...knowing that now the peace and safety of his Country depends (under God) solely on the success of our arms : and that he is now in the service of a State...
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George Washington, Volume 1

Worthington Chauncey Ford - 1900
...soldier, to act with Fidelity and Courage, as knowing that now the peace and safety of his Country depends (under God) solely on the success of our arms : and that he is now in the service of a State possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit, and advance him to...
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A Larger History of the United States of America: To the Close of President ...

Thomas Wentworth Higginson - 1901 - 470 pagine
...9, 1776, with the following announcement: " The general hopes this important event will serve as an incentive to every officer and soldier to act with...solely on the success of our arms ; and that he is now in the service of a State possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit and advance him to...
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Irving's Works: The life and letters of Washington Irving, by his nephew, P ...

Washington Irving - 1908
...of each brigade of the army. "The general hopes," said he in his orders, "that this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...solely on the success of our arms ; and that he is now in the service of a state, possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit, and advance him to...
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Life and Times of Washington, Volume 2

John Frederick Schroeder - 1903
...acclamations. In the general order of the day he said: "The General hopes that this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and...solely on the success of our arms; and that he is now in the service of a State possessed of sufficient power to reward his merit, and advance him to...
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