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" It is surprising how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic River, so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy to get between the works, except in one place, which is supposed to be left purposely... "
The Works of Washington Irving - Seite 357
von Washington Irving - 1859
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My Native Land: The United States: Its Wonders, Its Beauties, and Its People ...

James Cox - 1895 - 400 Seiten
...events had taken, said "Who would have thought, twelve months past, that all Cambridge and Charleston would be covered over with American camps and cut up into forts and entrenchments, and all the lands, fields and orchards laid common, with horses and cattle feeding on...
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My Native Land: The United States: Its Wonders, Its Beauties, and Its People ...

James Cox - 1895 - 400 Seiten
...events had taken, said "Who would have thought, twelve months past, that all Cambridge and Charleston would be covered over with American camps and cut up into forts and entrenchments, and all the lands, fields and orchards laid common, with horses and cattle feeding on...
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A Short History of the American Revolution

Everett Titsworth Tomlinson - 1901 - 419 Seiten
...much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to the Mystic River ; so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy...forts and intrenchments and all the lands, fields, and orchards laid common — horses and cattle feeding in the choicest mowing land, whole fields of...
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Memoirs of King George the Third, his life and reign

John Heneage Jesse - 1901
...how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic River, so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy to get between the works." ' Thus, by his energy, his genius, and perseverance, did Washington perform the double feat of keeping...
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Memoirs of King George the Third: His Life and Reign, Band 3

John Heneage Jesse - 1902
...how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic River, so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy to get between the works." ' Thus, by his energy, his genius, and perseverance, did Washington perform the double feat of keeping...
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Life and Times of Washington, Band 2

John Frederick Schroeder - 1903
...how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic river, so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy...intrenchments, and all the lands, fields, orchards laid common — horses and cattle feeding in the choicest mowing-land, whole fields of corn eaten down to...
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History of the United States from 986 to 1905

Thomas Wentworth Higginson, William MacDonald - 1905 - 632 Seiten
...how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic River, so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy...intrenchments, and all the lands, fields, orchards laid common — horses and cattle feeding in the choicest mowing land, whole fields of corn eaten down to...
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Life of Washington, Band 2

Washington Irving - 1905
...writes he, " how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic River ; very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy...intrenchments, and all the lands, fields, orchards, laid common, — . horses and cattle feeding on the choicest mowing land, whole fields of corn eaten down...
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History of the United States: From 986 to 1905

Thomas Wentworth Higginson, William MacDonald - 1905 - 632 Seiten
...how much work has been done. The lines are extended almost from Cambridge to Mystic River, so that very soon it will be morally impossible for the enemy...intrenchments, and all the lands, fields, orchards laid common— horses and cattle feeding in the choicest mowing land, whole fields of corn eaten down to...
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AN HISTORIC GUIDE TO CAMBRIDGE

HANNAH WINTHROP CHAPTER - 1907
...Concord, in the following abstract: "Who would have thought, 12 months past, that all Cambridge would fie covered over with American camps, and cut up into...intrenchments, and all the lands, fields, orchards laid common, horses and cattle feeding in the choicest mowing land, whole fields of corn eaten down to the...
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