The spy unmasked: or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, alias Harvey Birch, the hero of the 'Spy, a tale of the neutral ground', by mr. Cooper, Volym 1

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J. & J. Harper, 1829
 

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Sida 29 - When President Adams was minister at the Court of St. .James, he often saw his countryman, Benjamin West, the late President of the Royal Academy. Mr. West always retained a strong and unyielding affection for his native land, which, to borrow a term of his own art, was in fine keeping with his elevattd genius.
Sida 76 - ... few men have ever fallen in battle so much regretted on both sides as General Montgomery. His many amiable qualities had procured him an uncommon share of private affection, and his great abilities an equal proportion of public esteem. Being a sincere lover of liberty, he had engaged in the American cause from principle, and quitted the enjoyment of an easy fortune, and the highest domestic felicity, to take an active share in the fatigues and dangers of a war...
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Sida 100 - Congress ultimately resolved that he should be confined in some secure jail in Connecticut, without the use of pen, ink, or paper ; and that no person be allowed to converse with him, except in the presence and hearing of a magistrate or the sheriff of the county.
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