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The Life of Thomas Paine: Author of Common Sense, Rights of Man, Age of ... - Sivu 75
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MEMOIRS OF THE LIFE OF THOMAS PAINE

W. T. Sherwin - 1819 - 232 sivua
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one who entertains a lively sense of the importance...... . " ; " Your sincere friend, " G. WASHINGTON*" Mr. Paine was urged by several of his friends to make .an application to Congress for a compensation...

The Political Writings of Thomas Paine: To which is Prefixed a Brief ..., Nide 2

Thomas Paine - 1835
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one, who entertains a lively sense of the importance...subscribes himself, Your sincere friend, G. WASHINGTON. During the war, in the latter end of the year 1780,1 formed to myself the design of coming over to...

The Life of Thomas Paine: Author of "Common Sense", "Rights of Man", "Age of ...

Gilbert Vale - 1841 - 192 sivua
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one who entertains a lively sense of the importance...subscribes himself Your sincere friend, G. WASHINGTON.' Mr. Paine was urged by several of his friends to make an •'i application to congress for a compensation...

Legends of the American Revolution: Or, Washington and His Generals

George Lippard - 1847 - 514 sivua
...power to impress them, command my beet exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one, who entertains a lively sense of the importance...subscribes himself, Your sincere friend, G. WASHINGTON. . If it were possible at this late day, to recover the skeletons of Judas Iscariot and Benedict Arnold,...

Washington and His Generals: Or, Legends of the Revolution

George Lippard - 1847 - 514 sivua
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one, who entertains a lively sense of the importance...subscribes himself, Your sincere friend, G. WASHINGTON. If it were possible at this late day, to recover the skeletons of Judas Iscariot and Benedict Arnold,...

Rights of Man: Being an Answer to Mr. Burke's Attack on the French Revolution

Thomas Paine - 1856 - 160 sivua
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one, who entertains a lively sense of the importance...pleasure, subscribes himself, Your sincere friend, O. WASHINGTON* During the war, in the latter end of the year 1780, I formed to myself a design of coming...

The Atlantic Monthly, Nide 4

1859
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered, cheerfully by one who entertains a lively sense of the importance...works, and who, with much pleasure, subscribes himself " G. WASHINGTON." Such a letter of hearty approval and respect, from the greatest man of the country,...

The Monthly Christian Spectator. 1851-1859

1858
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom ; as they will be rendered cheerfully by one who entertains a lively sense of the importance...pleasure, subscribes himself, ' Your sincere friend, ' G. That Congress was not altogether unmindful of the services which Paine had rendered to the cause of...

The Monthly Christian spectator, Nide 8

1858
...power to imprest tl» command my best exertions with freedom ; as they will be rendered cheerfully ; one who entertains a lively sense of the importance of your works, and who, *~f. much pleasure, subscribes himself, ' Your sincere friend, ' G. WASHISOK».' That Congress was...

The Life of Thomas Paine: Mover of the "Declaration of Independence ...

Calvin Blanchard - 1860 - 110 sivua
...power to impress them, command my best exertions with freedom, as they will be rendered cheerfully by one who entertains a lively sense of the importance...sincere friend, G. Washington. In 1785, congress, on the report of a committee consisting of Mr. Gerry, Mr. Petit, and Mr. King, Resolved, That the board...




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