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" ... are exceedingly avaricious ; the genius of the people is commercial, from their long intercourse with trade. The sentiment of honor, the true characteristic of a soldier, has not yet got the better of interest. His Excellency has been taught to believe... "
The Life of Nathanael Greene: Major-general in the Army of the Revolution - Halaman 126
oleh George Washington Greene - 1900
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Life of George Washington, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1855
...of interest. His Excellency has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals ; and finding them of the same temper and dispositions,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem." * • Greene to Dep. Gov. Ward. Am. Arch., Fourth Series, iii., 1145. CHAPTER...
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The Works of Washington Irving

Washington Irving - 1859
...of interest. His Excellency ha? been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals; and finding them of the same temper and dispositions,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem."' 1 Greene to Dep. Gov. Ward. Am. Arch., Fourth Series, Ui. 1145. CHAPTER L. Affairs...
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Life of George Washington, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1869
...has been tnuglit to believe the people here a superior race of mortals; and finding them of the -.KIT temper and dispositions, passions and prejudices,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem." 1 1 Greene to Dep. Gov. Ward. Am. Archita, 4th Series, ill. 1145. • CHAPTER...
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Soldier and patriot, the story of G. Washington

Frances Mary Owen - 1873 - 255 halaman
...of interest. His excellency has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals ; and finding them of the same temper and dispositions,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem." CHAPTER XI. t MEANWHILE affairs in Canada had not prospered. The expedition was...
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The Works of Washington Irving in Twelve Volumes, Volume 10

Washington Irving - 1881
...has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals ; and finding them of the Fame temper and dispositions, passions and prejudices,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem." * * Greene to Dep. GOv. Ward. Am. Arch. 4th Series, Hi. 1146. CHAPTER VIII. AFFAIRS...
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The Writings of George Washington: 1775-1776

George Washington - 1889
...of other governments, they sink in his esteem. The country round here set no bounds to their demand for hay, wood and teaming. It has given his Excellency...the necessities of the army such enormous prices." — Generu.' Greene to Henry Ward, 18 December, 1775. I think I informed you in my letter of yesterday...
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Irving's Works: The life and letters of Washington Irving, by his nephew, P ...

Washington Irving - 1908
...of interest. His Excellency has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals ; and finding them of the same temper and dispositions,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem." * * Greene to Dep. U o v. Ward. Am. Archives, 4th Series, iii. 1145. CHAPTEE YITL...
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Life of Washington, Volume 2

Washington Irving - 1905
...of interest. His Excellency has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals ; and finding them of the same temper and dispositions,...vices of the common people of other governments, they sank in his esteem." * * Greene to Dep. Gov. Ward. Am. Archives, 4th Series, iii. 114B. CHAPTER VTEL...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 37

1876
...of interest. His Excellency has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals ; and finding them of the same temper and dispositions,...the necessities of the army such enormous prices." And also in another place, when considering the chances of an attack on the British army, he says,...
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Forgotten Patriot: The Life and Times of Major-General Nathanael Greene

Lee P. Anderson - 2002 - 372 halaman
...of interest. His Excellency has been taught to believe the people here a superior race of mortals. The country round here set no bounds to their demands...the necessities of the army such enormous prices." But his relationship with Washington was becoming closer and one who was so reserved and cautious as...
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