Economica: A Statistical Manual for the United States of America (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Economica: A Statistical Manual for the United States of America
We may refer to the actions of our forefathers with the original Americans, for a test of our martial character or to the actions in our revolutionary war, at Lexington, at Trenton, at Benington, at Kingcmountain, &c. For the conduct of our militia. The modes of fight ing at the two last places, are new, and the last, (see Gordon's histo ryl wtu. Always sneeren scams-r scream nuances of the assr raoors rau Euaors can soss'r, until our active young men forget, that they can advance and retire at pleasure, with more rapi dity in our rough country, than any regular troops, and that they are run nus-r maaxs-msn 111 ran wmo. This may happen in a few years, if we neglect to import more, on our original plan, of choices/1m from Europe, to keep up the tone ty' nerve in posterity; for which, it is believed we 'are remarkable, and from which we are falling off by an increase in the mixture with the very drega of the slavery of Africa, which we so imprudently continue to import.
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