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" ... for the enemy ? They would derive great conveniences from it, on the one hand, and much property would be destroyed on the other. It is an important question, but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present, I dare say the enemy mean... "
History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced in the ... - Seite 128
von John Church Hamilton - 1857
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Works, Band 8

Washington Irving - 1857
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...resolution should be a profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans." Colonel Reed, writing on the same day to his wife, says,...
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The New quarterly review, and digest of current literature, Band 5

1856
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...resolution should be a profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans." The town spoken of in the foregoing passage is New York....
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Life of George Washington, Band 2

Washington Irving - 1855
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...resolution should be a profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans." Colonel Reed, writing on the same day to his wife, says,...
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Life of George Washington, Band 3

Washington Irving - 1857
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...resolution should be a profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans." Colonel Reed, writing on the same day to his wife, says,...
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Life of Washington: A Biography, Personal, Military, and Political, Band 2

Benson John Lossing - 1860
...much property would be destroyed, on the other... At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it, if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...of it will make a capital change in their plans." It was indeed an important, yet not a novel question. It had been mooted more than a month before ;||...
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Works of Washington Irving: Washington

1870
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve upon the destruction of it, the ressolution should be a profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans."...
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History of the American Revolution: The Student's Life of Washington ...

Washington Irving - 1876 - 714 Seiten
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present I daresay the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...upon the destruction of it, the resolution should be л profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans." On the night of Monday...
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History of New York During the Revolutionary War: And of the Leading ..., Band 1

Thomas Jones - 1879
...therefore, should resolve on the destruction of it, the resolution should be a profound secret, or the knowledge of it will make a capital change in their plans. "* The very next day, September 3d, President Hancock wrote him, that Congress, on considering his...
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A History of England in the Eighteenth Century, Band 4

William Edward Hartpole Lecky - 1882
...much property would be destroyed on the other. ... At present I daresay the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...knowledge of it will make a capital change in their plans.'1 Such a suggestion, emanating from such a man, furnishes a remarkable comment upon the indignation...
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The Works of Washington Irving in Twelve Volumes, Band 10

Washington Irving - 1881
...but will admit of but little time for deliberation. At present, I dare say the enemy mean to preserve it if they can. If Congress, therefore, should resolve...resolution should be a profound secret, as the knowledge will make a capital change in their plans." Colonel Reed, writing on the same day to his wife, says,...
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