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" In this camp no manner of profane language was permitted; no man of immoral character was allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers in which all the company united, every morning and evening; and no food was ever tasted by his men... "
The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries - Page 209
1908
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The baptist Magazine

1860
...intentions, he, as their Captain, would answer for them whatever was proper to communicate. " In this camp no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man of immoral character was allowed to stay, excepting as a prisoner of war. He made prayers in which all the company united, every morning and...
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The public life of Capt. John Brown

James Redpath - 1860 - 407 pages
...intentions, he, as their Captain, would answer for them whatever it was proper to communicate. la this camp no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man of immoral character was allowed to stay, excepting as a prisoner of war. He made prayers in which all the company united, every morning and...
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The Life and Letters of Captain John Brown: Who was Executed at Charlestown ...

John Brown - 1861 - 453 pages
...intentions, he, as their captain, would answer for them whatever was proper to communicate. " In this camp no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man...was allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers, in which all the company united, every morning and evening ; and no food was ever...
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The Life and Letters of Capt. John Brown: Who was Executed at Charlestown ...

Richard Davis Webb - Brown, John - 1861 - 453 pages
...intentions, he, as their captain, would answer for them whatever was proper to communicate. " In this camp no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man...was allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers, in which all the company united, every morning and evening ; and no food was ever...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 71

1861
...He was cooking a pig. He was poorly clad, and his toes protruded from his boots. ... In this camp nd profane language was permitted, no man of immoral...was allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers in which all the company united every morning and evening, and no food was ever tasted...
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A Sketch of the History of the United States from Independence to Secession

John Malcolm Forbes Ludlow - United States - 1862 - 404 pages
...about me. But it was for a moment only, for the Captain ordered them to renew their work. In this camp no manner of profane language was permitted; no man...was allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers, in which all the company united every morning and evening; and no food was ever tasted...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the ..., Volume 1

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1864 - 37 pages
...intentions, he, as their Captain, would answer for them whatever it was proper to communicate. "In this camp, no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man...was allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers, in which all the company united, every morning and evening; and no food was ever tasted...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the ..., Volume 1

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1865 - 648 pages
...lie, as their Captain, would answer for them whatever it was proper to communicate. " In this camp, no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man...was allowed to stay, except- as a prisoner of war. He made prayers, in which all the company united, every morning and evening; and no food was ever tasted...
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The American Conflict: A History of the Great Rebellion in the ..., Volume 1

Horace Greeley - Slavery - 1865 - 648 pages
...he, as their Captain, would answer for them whatever it was proper to communicate. " In this camp, no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man of immoral character \jas allowed to stay, except as a prisoner of war. He made prayers, in which all the company united,...
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The Life and Letters of John Brown: Liberator of Kansas, and Martyr of Virginia

Franklin Benjamin Sanborn - 1885 - 645 pages
...intentions, he as their captain would answer for them whatever it was proper to communicate. In this camp no manner of profane language was permitted ; no man...the old man said to me : ' I would rather have the small-|)ox, yellow fever, and cholera all together in my camp, than a man without principles. It 'sa...
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