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" England, all of which represented him as a bloody and bad man (even among savages), and chief agent in the horrible desolation of Wyoming. Some years after this poem appeared, the son of Brandt, a most Interesting and intelligent youth, came over to England,... "
The Wyoming Valley, Upper Waters of the Susquehanna, and the Lackawanna Coal ... - Page 41
edited by - 1875 - 236 pages
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Life of Joseph Brant: (Thayendanegea) Including the Border Wars of ..., Volume 2

William Leete Stone - Indians of North America - 1865
...resuscitate and extend the schools among his nation. For this purpose he procured " a most interestmg and intelligent youth, came over to England ' and...pleasure. He appealed to " my sense of honor and justice, nn his own part and on that of his sister, to retract " the unfair assertion which, unconscious of...
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The British Poets

1866
...agent in the horrible desolation of Wyoming. Some years after this poem appeared, the son of Brandt, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came over...look back with pleasure. He appealed to my sense of honour and justice, on his own part and on that of his sister, to retract the unfair aspersions which,...
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The Poetical Works of Thomas Campbell

1866
...agent in the horrible desolation of Wyoming. Some years after this poem appeared, the son of Brandt, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came over...look back with pleasure. He appealed to my sense of honour and justice, on his own part and on that of his sister, to retract the unfair aspersions which,...
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History of Canada: From the Time of Its Discovery Till the Union ..., Volume 1

François-Xavier Garneau - Canada - 1865
...at which Brandt was not even preĞent. . . . Some years afterj the poem appeared, the son of Brandt, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came over...with him, on which I still look back with pleasure. Ho appealed to my sense of honor and justice, on his own part and that of his sister, to retract the...
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The Poetry and History of Wyoming: Containing Campbell's Gertrude, and the ...

William Leete Stone - Wyoming Valley (Pa.) - 1869 - 406 pages
...agent in the horrible desolation of Wyoming. Some years after this poem appeared, the son of Brant, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came over...to England, and I formed an acquaintance with him, Qn which I still look back with pleasure. He appealed to my sense of honor and justice, on his own...
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Memoir of the Distinguished Mohawk Indian Chief, Sachem and Warrior, Joseph ...

William E. Palmer - Mohawk Indians - 1872 - 116 pages
...years after this poem appeared, the son of Brant, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came oyer to England, and I formed an acquaintance with him,...my sense of honor and justice, on his own part and that of his sister, to retract the unfair aspersions, which, unconscious of their unfairness, I had...
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Memoir of the Distinguished Mohawk Indian Chief, Sachem and Warrior, Joseph ...

William E. Palmer - Indians of North America - 1872 - 89 pages
...Some yoars after this poem appeared, tho son of Brant, a most interesting and intelligent youth, oamo over to England, and I formed an acquaintance with him, on which I itill look back with pleasure. Ho appealed to my sense of honor and justice, on his own part and that...
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THE POETRY AND HISTORY OF WYOMING

WILLIAM L. STONE - 1873
...agent in the horrible desolation of Wyoming. Some years after this poem appeared, the son of Brant, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came over...formed an acquaintance with him, on which I still look buck with pleasure. He appealed to my sense of honor and justice, on his own part and on that of his...
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The Poetical Works of Campbell and Falconer: With a Memoir of Each, Volumes 1-2

Thomas Campbell - 1880
...agent in the horrible desolation of Wyoming. Some years after this poem appeared, the son of Brandt, a most interesting and intelligent youth, came over...which I still look back with pleasure. He appealed to mv sense of honour and justice, on his own part and on thatofhis sister, to retract the unfair aspersions...
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