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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. II3 me affectionately to our grandchildren and accept the love of your affectionate husband, MorganLewis. Troy, 6M March, 1 8 1 5. My Dear Gitty : - The court-martial has adjourned..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 87 my dear children. Kiss them for me again and again. God be with you all. * Your affectionate Mrs. M. Lewis, ** MorganLewis. Staatsburgh, Dutchess Co.* I have heard the General..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. This had hitherto been neglected, but was now to a considerable extent carried into efiect, and gready contributed to the successes of the war of 1812. Enmity, opposition, and censure..."
Date:1834
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS Major-General MorganLewis, of the army of the United States, son of Francis Lewis, one of the signers of the declaration of independence, was bom in the city of New York, on the 16th..."
Date:1834
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. l6l of refinement, both in mind and manner, and more intensity of purpose than results from the ordinary social training. The Clermont sisters were the companions of their brothers..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"... of the height of party spirit in his camp has asked leave to retire. Your affectionate • * MorganLewis. Mrs. MorganLewis, Staatsburgh, Dutchess Co. Burlington, 20 November, 18 12. * My dearest love : - Our..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 7 whilst she was tying his apron strings, why God did not kill the devil at once and be done with it ? These inquirers after knowledge under difficulties are easily silenced by our..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. arms, and information was received that the enemy was marching- in force against the American left. Colonel Lewis received an order from head quarters to repair to the scene of axjtion..."
Date:1834
Publication place:Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 209 Methoug-ht that I had seen him and his brother with drawn swords ready to destroy each other. I gave a scream and ran between them, crying out, Is there no other way ? Must..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. I 75 their Huguenot Bible and their jewels concealed about their persons. They made their way to the sea-shore, and went on board a vessel bound for Charleston, which..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 51 then fired upon the boat, and with effect instead of continuing her course she returned to the ship. The British captain, disappointed in his attempt to land his men, made..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 35 In the two letters addressed by Mrs, Livingston to her friend, Mr. Vanderkemp, she gives unconsciously a lively picture of the manners and even of the conventional morality..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. IO9 my hands full. He is, however, doing well. Old Dr. Ball of the army attends him. I .shall not leave this place until he is able to travel. You will probably not hear from me again..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. I 75 mand of language which had distinguished John Livingston, the Commissioner (their last Scotch ancestor), and several of them were admirable in telling a story. It was one..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 1 83 was a great privation, for his vivacity made him fond of conversation ; but it did not lessen his equanimity. We were very unwilling that he should walk alone, as he could..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 1 33 night, they might hear a psalm sung with more fervor than melody. The guests were probably surprised ; the children knew that grandpapa could not sleep, that he had passed his..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. l8l natural sensibility and her anxiety for those about her. If you locked your door, she was miserable lest the house should take fire and you could not escape ; if you went out, she..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. 1 49 his arm to Mrs. Montgomery. They opened the ball by walking twice around the room. The dancing then commenced. . The supper-table was set under the ©range-trees in the greenhouse..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...MORGANLEWIS. ^^ * • • Albany, Thursday, July, 1812. I have just returned from hearing Mr. Clews preach a sermon on the war, which, for elegance of composition, has seldom been surpassed..."
Date:1877
Publication place:New York, USA