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" We passed the enemy's encampment in front of which all their regiments as well as the artillery were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the... "
Proceedings of the Rhode Island Historical Society - Sida 43
efter Rhode Island Historical Society - 1887
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Letters of Brunswick and Hessian Officers During the American Revolution

1891 - 258 sidor
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life. No fault, however, could be found with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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The Memorial History of the City of New-York: From Its First ..., Volym 2

James Grant Wilson - 1892
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life. No fault, however, could be found with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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Camps and Firesides of the Revolution /c Selected and Annotated by Albert ...

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1902 - 309 sidor
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life. No fault, however, could be found with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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Camps and Firesides of the Revolution

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1902 - 309 sidor
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life. No fault, however, could be found with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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Source-readers in American History: no. 1-, Utgåva 2

Albert Bushnell Hart - 1902
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life. No fault, however, could be found with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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United States Army Training Manual

United States. Adjutant-General's Office - 1922
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life. No fault, however, could be found with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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Bulletin

United States. Army Medical Department (1968- ), United States. Army Medical Service - 1931
...perhaps with some exaggeration: "Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothing he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church and every day life. No fault could be found, however, with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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Medical Men in the American Revolution, 1775-1783

Louis Caspar Duncan - 1931 - 414 sidor
...perhaps with some exaggeration : "Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothing he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church and every day life. No fault could be found, however, with their military appearance, for they stood in...
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Beaumarchais and the American Revolution

Brian N. Morton, Donald C. Spinelli - 2003 - 361 sidor
...his American captors: "Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern, the church, and in everyday life."89 Uniforms were needed to keep men warm in winter, of course, but a smart design also...
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The Journal of English and Germanic Philology

Gustaf E. Karsten - 1909
...were standing under arms. Not a man of them was regularly equipped. Each one had on the clothes which he was accustomed to wear in the field, the tavern,...for they stood in an erect and soldierly attitude. All their muskets had bayonets attached to them, and their riflemen had rifles. They remained so perfectly...
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