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" No man I believe ever had a greater choice of evils and less means to extricate himself from them. However, under a full persuasion of the justice of our cause, I cannot entertain an idea that it will finally sink, though it may remain for some time under... "
The Religious Opinions and Character of Washington - Página 236
por Edward Charles M'Guire - 1836 - 414 páginas
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington - 1834
...party of light-horse that seized him, and carried him off, with every mark of triumph and indignity. You can form no idea of the perplexity of my situation. No man, 1 believe, ever had a greater choice of difficulties, and less means to extricate himself from them....
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The American Quarterly Review, Volumen17

1835
...party of lighthorse that seized him, and carried him off, with every mark of triumph and indignity. " You can form no idea of the perplexity of my situation....though it may remain for some time under a cloud." The motives of General Lee, it is not hard to divine. No suspicion can rest upon him ni' any traitorous...
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THE AMERICAN QUARTERLY REVIEW

The American Quarterly Review March& June,1835 VOL.XVII - 1835
...party of lighthorse that seized him, and carried him off, with every mark of triumph and indignity. " You can form no idea of the perplexity of my situation....though it may remain for some time under a cloud." The motives of General Lee, it is not hard to divine. No suspicion can rest upon him of any traitorous...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - 1834
...party of light-horse that seized him, and carried him off, with every mark of triumph and indignity. You can form no idea of the perplexity of my situation....though it may remain for some time under a cloud. TO THE PRESIDENT OF CONGRESS. Camp, above Trenton Falls, 20 December, 1776. SIR, I have waited with...
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Life of Joseph Brant-Thayendanegea: Including the Border Wars of ..., Volumen1

William Leete Stone - 1838
...borrow his own expressive language in the private letter to his brother cited in a preceding note, " You can form no idea of the perplexity of " my situation....difficulties, and less means to extricate himself from them." Nevertheless, the last sun of that year did not sink behind so deep a cloud of gloom as had been anticipated....
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Life of Joseph Brant--Thayendanegea: Including the Border Wars of ..., Volumen1

William Leete Stone - 1838
...borrow his own expressive language in the private letter to his brother cited in a preceding note, " You can form no idea of the perplexity of " my situation....difficulties, and less means to extricate himself from them." Nevertheless, the last sun of that year did not sink behind so deep a cloud of gloom as had been anticipated....
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The Writings of George Washington: Being His Correspondence ..., Volumen4

George Washington, Jared Sparks - 1839
...party of light-horse that seized him, and carried him off, with every mark of triumph and indignity. You can form no idea of the perplexity of my situation....though it may remain for some time under a cloud. My love and sincere regards attend my sister and the family, with compliments to all inquiring friends....
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An Inquiry Into the Views, Services, Principles, and Influences of ..., Volumen1

Thaddeus Allen - 1847
...party of light-horse that seized him, and carried him, off, with every mark of triumph and indignity. persuasion of the justice of our cause, I cannot entertain...though it may remain for some time under a cloud. ' My love and sincere regards attend my sister and the family, with compliments to all inquiring friends....
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Washington and the Generals of the American Revolution ...

Rufus Wilmot Griswold - 1848
...is not strained to recruit the new army with all possible expedition, I think the game is nearly up. You can form no idea of the perplexity of my situation. No man ever had a greater choice of difficulties, and less means to extricate himself from them. But under...
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LIFE OF JOSEPH BRANT-THAYENDANEGEA: INLCUDING THE BORDER WARS OF THE ...

WILLIAM L STONE - 1851
...borrow his own expressive language in the private letter to his brother cited in a preceding note, " You can form no idea of the perplexity of " my situation....difficulties, and less means to extricate himself from them." Nevertheless, the last sun of that year did not sink behind so deep a cloud of gloom as had been anticipated....
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