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" Regular troops alone," said he, "are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well for defence as offence ; and whenever a substitute is attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. "
History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced in the ... - Página 125
por John Church Hamilton - 1858
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington - 1835
...journey a secret. I am, &,c.* TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS. Head-Quarters, 15 September, 1780. SIR, I am happy to find, that the late disaster in Carolina...attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular * This was the last letter written by General...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - 1835
...journey a secret. I am, &,c.* TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS. Head-Quarters, 15 September, 1780. SIR, I am happy to find, that the late disaster in Carolina...attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular * This was the last letter written by General...
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The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence ..., Volumen7

George Washington, Jared Sparks - 1839
...militia. Regular troops alone are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well for defence as oflence; and whenever a substitute is attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular * This was the last letter written by General...
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pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous papers relating to the American ...

George Washington - 1847
...militia. Regular troops alone are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well for defence as oflence; and whenever a substitute is attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular * This was the last letter written by General...
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THE WRITINGS OF GEORGE WASHINGTON; BEING THE ADDRESSES, MESSAGES, AND OTHER ...

JARED SPARKS - 1855
...make my journey a secret. I am, TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS. Head-Quarters, 15 September, 1780. SIR, I am happy to find, that the late disaster in Carolina...attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular * This was the last letter written by General...
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Works, Volumen9

Washington Irving - 1857
...troops alone," said he, " are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well for defense as offense ; and whenever a substitute is attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular force. The firmness requisite for the real...
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Life of George Washington, Volumen4

Washington Irving - 1857
...this head in his letters to the President of Congress ( Sept l5th). "Regular troops alone," said he, "are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well...attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular force. The firmness requisite for the real...
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life of george washington

washington irving - 1857
...this head in his letters to the President of Congress (Sept. 15th) "Regular troops alone," said he, "are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well...attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular force. The firmness requisite for the real...
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Life of George Washington, Volumen4

Washington Irving - 1857
...troops alone," said he, " are equal to the exigencies of modern war, as well for defense as offense ; and whenever a substitute is attempted, it must prove illusory and ruinous. No militia will ever acquire the habits necessary to resist a regular force. The firmness requisite for the real...
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History of the republic of the United States of America: as traced in the ...

John Church Hamilton - 1858
...produced by misfortune."* • Tarleton, i. 109, indicates the errors of Gates : 1. " Not breaking in Gates, overwhelmed by his disgrace, wrote to Washington...His second error was moving an army, consisting of young corps and undisciplined militia, in the night." 3. " His third error, in the disposition of his...
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