The Life of George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Armies of the United States of America, Throughout the War Which Established Their Independence; And First President of the United States (Classic Reprint)
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Of the operations of General Washington in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, in the campaign of 1777. The battles of Bran. Dywine and Germantown. Washington is advised by the Rev. Jacob Duche, to give up the contest. The distresses of the American army. Its winter quarters at Valley Forge. Gen eral Washington is assailed by the clamours of discontented individuals and public bodies, and by the designs of a faction to' supersede him in his office as commander in chief, p.
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