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" Your gallant behavior in defence of liberty and your country entitles you to the highest honors ; accept these two standards as a reward justly due to your regiment ; and I make not the least doubt, under Heaven's protection, you will stand by them as... "
The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries - Page 356
1908
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The History of South-Carolina: From Its First Settlement in 1670 ..., Volume 1

David Ramsay - Slavery - 1809 - 602 pages
...regiment which had so bravely defended fort Moultrie. Her address on the occasion concluded thus : " I make not the least doubt, under heaven's protection, you will stand by these colors as long as they wave in the air of liberty." In reply a promise was made, " that they...
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Anecdotes of the Revolutionary War in America: With Sketches of Character of ...

Alexander Garden - History - 1822 - 459 pages
...these two standards as a reward justly due to your regiment, and I make not the least doubt, but that under heaven's protection, you will stand by them as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." Her anticipations were full}' justified in the sequel. During the assault at Savannah, they were both...
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The Life of Francis Marion

William Gilmore Simms - Generals - 1844 - 347 pages
...the Second Regiment, with a brief address, in which she expressed her conviction that they would " stand by them as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." It was in fulfilling the pledge made by General Moultrie, on this occasion, in behalf of the regiment,...
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The Life of Francis Marion

William Gilmore Simms - United States - 1846 - 347 pages
...the Second Regiment, with a brief address, in which she expressed her conviction that they would " stand by them as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." It was in fulfilling the pledge made by General Moultrie, on this occasion, in behalf of the regiment,...
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Washington and His Generals, Volume 2

Joel Tyler Headley - Generals - 1847
...to the highest honor : accept of these two standards as a reward justly due to your regiment ; and I make not the least doubt, under Heaven's protection,...them as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." Jasper heard this speech with kindling feelings, and remembered it afterwards amid the carnage of Savannah....
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The Women of the American Revolution, Volume 2

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - United States - 1848
...you to the highest honors ; accept these two standards as a reward justly due to your regiment ; and I make not the least doubt, under Heaven's protection,...as long as they can wave in the air of liberty."* The colors having been received from the lady's hands by the Colonel and Lieutenant Colonel, she was...
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Statistics of the State of Georgia: Including an Account of Its Natural ...

George White - Botany - 1849 - 701 pages
...the second regiment, to which Jasper was attached. Her address on the occasion concluded thus : " 1 make not the least doubt, under Heaven's protection, you will stand by these colours so long as they wave in the air of liberty." In reply, a promise was made that they should...
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Noble Deeds of American Women: With Biographical Sketches of Some of the ...

Jesse Clement - Women - 1851 - 480 pages
...you to the highest honors : accept these two standards as a reward justly due to your regiment ; and I make not the least doubt, under Heaven's protection, you will stand by thorn as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." Mrs. Elliott had a plantation called " The Hut,"...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being a History of the Personal Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1852 - 434 pages
...to the regiment, and in a speech that accompanied the presentation she invoked its courage to defend them " as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." Subsequently, in the attack upon Savannah, the ensign bearers, Lieutenants Bush and Hume, in planting...
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HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF GEORGIA

H\GEORGE WHITE - 1854
...to the Second Regiment, to which Jasper was attached. Her address on the occasion concluded thus : "I make not the least doubt, under Heaven's protection, you will stand by these colours so long as they wave in the air of liberty," In reply, a promise was made that they should...
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