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Two men received a thousand lashes each for theft . At last Braddock announced
to the Virginians that if wagons and provisions did not arrive in two days , he
would turn back . He had given the order when there arrived five Quakers
Shirley had a cabal formed against him , and the Quakers said that Braddock ' s
defeat was a judgment of God against wars on the Indians . Thousands of
pounds in money fell into the hands of the French , also Braddock ' s and
The canny Quakers seem to have been no less unscrupulous than the other
colonists . In the words of William Nelson : " It is somewhat depressing to find that
so long ago as 1747 , while the colonies were voting men and money without
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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