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" Canada is broken ; a great tract of country is open for the supply of the troops ; the river Hudson opens a way into the heart of the provinces ; and nothing can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What the Americans have done... "
The Works of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke - Sivu 166
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...opens a way into the heart of the provinces ; and nothing can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What the Americans have done...indeed, infinitely more than I expected from them, Eut having done so much, for some short time, I began to entertain an opinion, that they might do more....

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Edmund Burke - 1834
...opens a way into the heart of the provinces; and nothing can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What the Americans have done...cannot look standing armies in the face. They are inférieur in every thing, even in numbers ; I mean, in the number of those, whom they keep in constant...

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Edmund Burke - 1834
...and nothing can, in all prohahility, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What the Americans hait done, is, in their circumstances, truly astonishing...them. But having done so much, for some short time I hegan to entertain an opinion that they might do nore. It is now however, evident, that they 100 memhers...

The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1835
...Americans Лoсе done, is, in their circmus'afr ces, truly astonishing ; it is, indeed, infini1e'? more than I expected from them. But having done so much, for some short time I hegtf to entertain an opinion that they might to more. It is now however, evident, that they cannot...

Life of George Washington, Nide 3

Washington Irving - 1856
...of the provinces, and nothing can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive VOL. in. — 1 campaign. What the Americans have done is, in their...cannot look standing armies in the face. They are inferior in every thing — even in numbers. There seem by the best accounts not to be above ten or...

Life of George Washington, Nide 3

Washington Irving - 1856
...provinces, and nothing can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What VOL. m. — 1 the Americans have done is, in their circumstances,...cannot look standing armies in the face. They are inferior in every thing — even in numbers. There seem by the best accounts not to be above ten or...

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Washington Irving - 1856
...opens a way into the heart of the provinces, and nothing 26 can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What the Americans have done...cannot look standing armies in the face. They are inferior in everything — even in numbers. There seem by the best accounts not to be above ten or...

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WASHINGTON IRVING - 1857
...provinces, and nothing can, in all probability, prevent an early and offensive campaign. What VOL. III. 1 the Americans have done is, in their circumstances,...cannot look standing armies in the face* They are inferior in every thing — even in numbers. There seem by the best accounts not to be above ten or...

Life of Washington: A Biography, Personal, Military, and Political, Nide 2

Benson John Lossing - 1860
...opens the way into the heart of the provinces, and nothing can, in all probability, prevent and early and offensive campaign. What the Americans have done...might do more. It is now, however, evident that they can not look standing armies in the face. They are inferior in everything — even in numbers. There...

The Works of Edmund Burke: With a Memoir, Nide 2

Edmund Burke - 1860
...But having done so much, for some short time I hegan to entertain an opinion that they might do e. It is now however, evident, that they cannot look standing armies in tho face. They are inferiour in every thing, even in numhers ; I mean, in the numher of those, whom...




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