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" To show you the state of the regiment, I have sent you a report by which you will perceive what great deficiencies there are of men, arms, tents, kettles, screws (which was a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouchboxes, and every thing else. "
St. Nicholas - Page 435
1886
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. I. Official letters relating to the ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - Presidents - 1834
...past, and a sufficient allowance is made to them in future. To show you the state of the regiment, I have sent you a report by which you will perceive...a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouchboxes, and every thing else. Again, were our men ever so willing to go, for want of the proper necessaries of...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. I. Official letters relating to the ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - Presidents - 1834
...past, and a sufficient allowance is made to them in future. To show you the state of the regiment, I have sent you a report by which you will perceive...a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouchboxes, and every thing else. Again, were our men ever so willing to go, for want of the proper necessaries of...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt.I. Official letters relating to the ...

George Washington - United States - 1834
...past, and a sufficient allowance is made to them in future. To show you the state of the regiment, I have sent you a report by which you will perceive...a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouchboxes, and every thing else. Again, were our men ever so willing to go, for want of the proper necessaries of...
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pt. I. Official letters relating to the French war, and private letters ...

George Washington - United States - 1847
...past, and a sufficient allowance is made to them in future. To show you the state of the regiment, I have sent you a report by which you will perceive...a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouchboxes, and every thing else. Again, were our men ever so willing to go, for want of the proper necessaries of...
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Memoirs of Washington

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1857 - 516 pages
...engage now, without money, than they did before with it ? * * To show you the state of the regiment, I have sent you a Report, by which you will perceive...fatal want before), bayonets, cartouch-boxes, and every thing else. Again, tvere our men ever so willing to go, for want of the proper necessaries of...
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The Writings of George Washington: 1748-1757

George Washington - 1889
...sufficient allowance made them in future. I have in the next place (to show the state of the regiment) sent you a report by which you will perceive what...was a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouch-boxes, &c., &c. Again, were our men ever so willing to go, for want of the proper necessaries of life they...
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...From Farm House to the White House: The Life of George Washington

William M. Thayer - Generals - 1890 - 503 pages
...engage now, without money, than they did before with it ? ... To show you the statę of the regiment, I have sent you a report, by which you will perceive...for want of the proper necessaries of life they are now unable to do it. The chief part are almost naked, and scarcely a man has either shoes, stockings,...
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...From Farm House to the White House: The Life of George Washington

William M. Thayer - Generals - 1890 - 503 pages
...engage now, without money, than they did before with it ? ... To show you the state. of the regiment, I have sent you a report, by which you will perceive what great deficiencies there are of 213 men, arms, tents, kettles, screws (which was a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouch-boxes, and...
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George Washington, Volume 1

Worthington Chauncey Ford - Presidents - 1900
...the cold weather. The disaffection in the Virginia regiment gave little prospect of good service. " Were our men ever so willing to go, for want of the...and scarcely a man has either shoes, stockings, or hat. These things the merchants will not credit them for. The country has made no provision ; they...
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Life and Times of Washington, Volume 1

John Frederick Schroeder - Presidents - 1903 - 2032 pages
...arms, tents, kettles, screens (which was a fatal want before), bayonets, cartouch-boxes, etc., etc. "Again, were our men ever so willing to go, for want...and scarcely a man has either shoes, stockings, or hat. These things the merchants will not credit them for. The country has made no provision; they have...
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