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" Upward of one hundred men, women, and children have perished by the hands of the ruffians to whom, it is asserted, you have paid the price of blood. "
AN AUTHENTIC AND COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF BUFFALO WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF ITS ... - Page 295
by WILLIAM KETCHUM - 1864
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the ..., Volume 2

William Gordon - United States - 1801
...dressed to receive her promised husband, when she met- her murderer einpi-oyed by you. Upward of 100 men, women and children, have perished by the hands of the ruffians, to whom, it is asserted, yoil have paid. the pace of blood." General Burgbyrie, *hi his reply of the 6th of ki* . Sept. "THE...
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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, Volume 2

Samuel Williams - Natural history - 1809
...her being dressed ' to receive her promised husband, but met her ' murderers employed by you. Upwards of ' one hundred men, women and children, have * perished...it is asserted, you have paid the price of blood, adds, " The late colonel Baum's servant, f who is at Bennington, would have come to * your excellency's...
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The Natural and Civil History of Vermont, Volume 2

Samuel Williams - Natural history - 1809
...her being dressed ' to receive her promised husband, but met her ' murderers employed by you. Upwards of ' one hundred men, women and children, have * perished by the hands of the-ruffiahs, to whom * it is asserted, you have paid the price of blocd. HE adds, " The late colonel...
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Cooper's Histories of Greece and Rome, and of South and North America

W. D. Cooper - Greece - 1818 - 294 pages
...her being dressed to receive her promised husband, when she met her murderer employed by you. Upwards of one hundred men, women, and children, have perished...it is asserted, you have paid the price of blood." General Burgoyne, in hi* epIy of the sixth of the same month, vindicated his own character ; shewed...
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A Poem on the Mineral Waters of Ballston and Saratoga: With Notes ...

Reuben Sears - Ballston Spa (N.Y.) - 1819 - 108 pages
...bing dressed to receive her promised husband, when she met her murderer employed by you. Upwards of one hundred men, women and children, have perished...hands of the ruffians, to whom it is asserted, you hare paid the price of blood." Gen. Burgoyne, ju hi? reply, vindicated his own character; shewed (hat...
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Annals of the American Revolution: Or, A Record of the Causes and Events ...

Jedidiah Morse - Indians of North America - 1824 - 450 pages
...her being dressed to receive her promised husband — but met her murderer, employed by you. Upwards of one hundred men, women and children, have perished by the hands of ruffians, to whom it is asserted you have paid the price of blood." This appears since to be rather...
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A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War: From 1775 to 1783

James Thacher - United States - 1827 - 487 pages
...own happy and peaceful dwellings. The miserable fate of Miss Me Crea was peculiarly aggravated by her being dressed to receive her promised husband — but met her murderer, employed by you. Upwards of one hundred men, women and children, have perished by the hands of ruffians, to whom it...
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The Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the American ..., Volume 1

Bookbinding - 1832
...aggravated, by being dressed to receive her promised husband; but met her murderer employed by you. Upwards of one hundred men, women and children, have perished...it is asserted, you have paid the price of blood." -q To this part of his letter, General Burgoyne replied, "I have hesitated, sir, upon answering the...
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Three Years in North America, Volume 1

James Stuart - United States - 1833
...M'Crea is in these words: — " The miserable fate of Miss M'Crea was peculiarly aggravated by her being dressed to receive her promised husband, but met her murderer employed by you." General Burgoyne thus replied, " In regard to Miss M'Crea, her fall wanted not the tragic display you...
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The Life of George Washington: Commander in Chief of the American ..., Volume 1

John Marshall - Presidents - 1836
...once happy and peaceful dwelling. The miserable fate of Miss M'Crea was particularly aggravated, by being dressed to receive her promised husband; but met her murderer employed by you. Upwards of one hundred men, women and children, have perished by the hands of the ruffians to whom,...
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