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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 Writings of George Washington from the Original Manuscript Sources, 1745 ...

George Washington - 1932
...reasons of this measure, is to be read with an audible voice. The General hopes this important Event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer,...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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Special News Releases Relating to the Life and Time of George ..., Volume 1

United States George Washington Bicentennial Commission - 1932 - 612 pagine
...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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Honor to George Washington and Reading about George Washington: Pamphlets 1 ...

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1932 - 198 pagine
...orders, of the Declaration of Independence, the Commander-in-chief hoped that "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." Here again we have the phrase "under God" which...
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If You Were There in 1776

Barbara Brenner - 1994 - 136 pagine
...talk, in which he is reported to have said, "The General hopes that this important event will serve as fresh incentive to every officer and soldier to act with fidelity and courage . . . knowing that now the peace and safety of his country depends solely on the success of our arms."32...
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Setting the World Ablaze: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and the American ...

John E. Ferling - 2002 - 392 pagine
...brigade in the Continental army in New York on July 10. He prayed now that this ringing declaration would "serve as a fresh incentive to every officer, and soldier, to act with Fidelity and Courage." In one sense, at least, it did. That night some of his soldiers joined civilians in tearing down and...
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Washington and the American Republic, Volume 2

Benson John Lossing - 1870
...reasons of this measure, will be read with an audible voice. 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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1776

David McCullough - 2005 - 400 pagine
...and other parade grounds to hear the Declaration read aloud. The general hopes this important event will serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and soldier to act with fidelity and courage, [the orders read] as knowing that now the peace and safety of his country depends (under God) solely...
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Washington's General: Nathanael Greene and the Triumph of the American ...

Terry Golway - 2005 - 355 pagine
...the words drafted in Philadelphia and approved on July 4. Washington said he hoped those words would "serve as a fresh incentive to every officer and soldier to act with Fidelity and Courage." The men cheered, and later that evening, the local Sons of Liberty made quick work of a fine lead statue...
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The Life of George Washington, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 2005 - 416 pagine
...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 soldier, to act with iidelity and courage, as knowing that now the peace and safety of his country depend, under God, solely...
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American Government: Balancing Democracy and Rights

Marc Karnis Landy, Marc Landy, Sidney M. Milkis - 2008 - 825 pagine
...parades," where they heard the Declaration read. The event, Washington hoped, would "serve as a free incentive to every officer, and soldier, to act with Fidelity and Courage, . . . knowing that now the peace and safety of his Country depends (under God) solely on the success...
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