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" To see the whole of our men flushed with the hope of victory, eagerly awaiting the approaching contest, to see them afterwards dispirited, hopeless, and desponding, at least 500 shedding tears, because they were not allowed to meet their country's foe,... "
Sketches of the War, Between the United States and the British Isles ... - Página 35
de Gideon Miner Davison, Samuel Williams - 1815 - 496 páginas
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Niles' National Register, Volumen 3

1813
...interior in tlie quality as in the number ot'liis forces, were circumstances, which excited feeling's of indignation more easily felt than described. To see the whole, of our men Hushed with the hope of victory, eagerly awaiting the approaching contest, to sec '-- \vali according...
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Defence of Brigadier General W. Hull: Delivered Before the General Court ...

William Hull - 1814 - 215 páginas
...approaching contest ; to see " them afterwards hopeless, dispirited, and despond" ing, at least five hundred shedding tears, because " they were not allowed to...foe, " and to fight their country's battles, excited sensa" tions, which no American has ever before had." Would not every one imagine, that colonel Cass...
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The history of the war, between the United States and Great-Britain, which ...

1815 - 402 páginas
...disgracefully to pass in review before an enemy, as inferior in the quality, as in the number of his forces, were circumstances, which excited feelings...fight their country's battles, excited sensations, whioh no American has ever before had cause to feel, and which, I trust in God, will never again be...
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Official Letters of the Military and Naval Officers of the United States ...

John Brannan - 1823 - 510 páginas
...disgracefully to pass in review before an enemy as inferior in the quality as in the number of his forces, were circumstances, which excited feelings...at least 500 shedding tears, because they were not allcwed to meet their country's foe, and to fight their country's battles, excited sensations, which...
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Official letters of the military and naval officers of the United States ...

1823 - 510 páginas
...bayonet—disgracefully to pass in review before an enemy as ioferior in the quality as in the number of his forces, were circumstances, which excited feelings...afterwards dispirited, hopeless and desponding, at leastSOO »bedding tears, because they were not allowed to meet their country's foe, and to fight their...
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History of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of ...

David Thompson (of Niagara, Ont.) - 1832 - 300 páginas
...as inferior in the quality as in the number of his forces, were circumstances which excited feelings more easily felt than described. To see the whole...afterwards dispirited, hopeless and desponding, at least five hundred shedding tears because they were not allowed to meeUtheir country's foe, and to fight...
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History of the late war between Great Britain and the United States of ...

David Thompson (of Niagara, Ont.) - 1832 - 300 páginas
...quality as in the number of his forces, were circumstances which excited feelings more easily felt thau described. To see the whole of our men flushed with...afterwards dispirited, hopeless and desponding, at least five hundred shedding tears because they were not allowed to meet their country's foe, and to fight...
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Outlines of the Life and Character of Gen. Lewis Cass

1848 - 64 páginas
...disgracefully to pass in review before an enemy, inferior in quality, as well a» the number of his forces, were circumstances which excited feelings...allowed to meet their country's foe, and to fight their country,s battles, excited sensations which no American has ever before had cause to feel, and which,...
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The Life of General Lewis Cass: With His Letters and Speeches on Various ...

George H. Hickman - 1848 - 72 páginas
...quality as in the number of his forces, were circumstances, which excited feelings of in'lignation more easily felt than described. To see the whole...their country's foe, and to fight their country's bailles, excited sensations, which no American has ever before had cause to feel, and which, I trust...
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Outlines of the Life and Character of Gen. Lewis Cass

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - 1848 - 64 páginas
...disgracefully to pass in review before an enemy, inferior in quality, as well as the number of his forces, were circumstances which excited feelings...easily felt than described. To see the whole of our men,Jlushed with the hope of victory, eagerly awaiting the approaching contest; to see them afterwards...
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