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" ... which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but retained a complacent smile on his countenance, and politely bowed to several gentlemen whom he knew, which was respectfully returned. It was his earnest desire to be shot, as being the mode... "
Lafayette in America in 1824 and 1825: Or, Journal of a Voyage to the United ... - Страница 106
по Auguste Levasseur - 1829
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Annals of the American Revolution: Or, A Record of the Causes and Events ...

Jedidiah Morse - 1824 - 450 страници
...who, rising superior to the fears ofdcaiii appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but...countenance, and politely bowed to several gentlemen wiiinn he knew, which was respectfully returned. It was his earnest desire to be shot, as being the...

The Spy Unmasked: Or, Memoirs of Enoch Crosby, Alias Harvey Birch, the Hero ...

H. L. Barnum - 1831 - 216 страници
...who, rising superior to the fears of death, appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but retained a complacent smile on his counte nance, and politely bowed to several gentlemen whom he knew, which was respectfully returned....

The Library of American Biography, Том 3

Jared Sparks - 1835
...who, rising superior to the fear of death, appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but...his earnest desire to be shot, as being the mode of deatli most conformable to the feelings of a military man, and he had indulged the hope that his request...

Contributions to American history, 1858

1858
...who rising superior to the fears of death, appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but...and he had indulged the hope that his request would bo granted. At the moment, therefore, when, suddenly, he came in view of the gallows, he involuntarily...

Contributions to American History: 1858

Alexander Johnston, Townsend Ward, James Gallatin, William Penn, William Bradford Reed, Charles John Biddle - 1858 - 422 страници
...who rising superior to the fears of death, appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but retained a complacent smile on bis countenance, and politely bowed to several gentlemen whom he knew, which was respectfully returned....

History of the United States of America, Том 1

Taliaferro Preston Shaffner - 1863
...beneath the monument 536 the fear of death, appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but...and politely bowed to several gentlemen whom he knew ; and his salute was respectfully returned. His earnest desire to be shot arose from that being the...

Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D ...

Edwin Martin Stone - 1884 - 632 страници
...stone house in which he had been confined, between two of our subaltern officers, arm in arm; .... he betrayed no want of fortitude, but retained a complacent...the feelings of a military man, and he had indulged a hope that his request would be granted. At the moment, therefore, when suddenly he came in view of...

Our French Allies: Rochambeau and His Army, Lafayette and His Devotion, D ...

Edwin Martin Stone - 1884 - 632 страници
...stone house in which he had been confined, between two of our subaltern officers, arm In arm ; .... he betrayed no want of fortitude, but retained a complacent...the feelings of a military man, and he had indulged a hope that his request would be granted. At the moment, therefore, when suddenly he came in view of...

Historical Sketches and Events in the Colonization of America: And the ...

George Barnes Hall - 1886 - 222 страници
...who, rising superior to the fears of death, appeared as if conscious of the dignified deportment which he displayed. He betrayed no want of fortitude, but...mode of death most conformable to the feelings of MAJOR-GENERAL NATHANIEL GREENE. Horn in Warwick, RI, 1740. Was an anchor-smith when the Revolution...

The History of Rockland County

Frank Bertangue Green - 1886 - 444 страници
...stone house in which he had been confined between two of our subaltern officers, arm in arm. * * * He betrayed no want of fortitude, but retained a complacent...gentlemen whom he knew, which was respectfully returned. * * * While waiting, and standing near the gallows, I observed some degree of trepidation — placing...




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