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" the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as 1750-1755. ' Detroit/ That officer ' buries plates of lead,' up and down the Country, with inscriptions signifying that ' from the farthest ridge, ' whence water trickled towards the Ohio, the... "
History of Friedrich II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great - Page 472
by Thomas Carlyle - 1864 - 631 pages
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE AMERICAN CONTINENT,

GEORGE BANCROFT - 1856
...river, that officer buried, at the foot of a primeval red-oak, a plate of lead with. the inscription, that, from the farthest ridge whence water trickled towards the Ohio, the country belonged to France ; while the lilies of the Bourbons were nailed to a forest tree in token of possession. 1 "I am going...
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history of the united states from the discovery of the american continext

george bancropt - 1856
...river, that officer "buried, at the foot of a primeval red-oak, a plate of lead with the inscription, that, from, the farthest ridge whence water trickled towards the Ohio, the country belonged to France ; while the lilies of the Bourbons were nailed to a forest tree in token of possession. 1 " I am going...
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History of Friedrich the Second Called Frederick the Great

Thomas Carlyle - Prussia (Germany) - 1864
...anticipates the birth; sends a vigilant Commandant, thitherward, "with 300 men, To trace and occupy the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as Detroit." That officer " buries plates of lead," up and down the Country, with inscriptions signifying...
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HISTORY OF FRIEDRICH THE SECOND,

THOMAS CARLYLE - 1864
...anticipates the birth ; sends a vigilant Commandant thitherward, "with 300 men, To trace and occupy the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as Detroit." That officer " buries plates of lead," up and down the Country, with inscriptions signifying...
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History of Friedrich II. of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great, Volume 9

Thomas Carlyle - Prussia (Germany) - 1864
...anticipates the birth; sends a vigilant Commandant thitherward, "with 300 ' men, To trace and occupy the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as Detroit." That officer "buries plates of lead," up and down the Country, with inscriptions signifying...
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History of the Indian Tribes of Hudson's River: Their Origin, Manners and ...

Edward Manning Ruttenber - Indians of North America - 1872 - 415 pages
...the mouth of every principal river plates of la were deposited in the soil bearing the inscription, that, from the farthest ridge whence water trickled...towards the Ohio, the country belonged to France, and the lilies of the Bourbons were nailed to forest trees in token of possession. 1 The determination...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE AMERICAN CONTINENT.

GEORGE BANCROFT. - 1874
...river, that officer buried, at the foot of a primeval red-oak, a plate of lead with the inscription, that, from the farthest ridge whence water trickled towards the Ohio, the country belonged to France ; while the lilies of the Bourbons were nailed to a forest tree in token of possession. 1 "I am going...
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Works, Volume 14, Parts 6-7

1865
...anticipates the birth; sends a vigilant Commandant thitherward, ' with 300 men, To trace and occupy the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as Detroit.' That officer ' buries plates of lead,' up and down the Country, with inscriptions signifying...
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Frederick the Great and the Seven Years' War

Frederick William Longman - Europe - 1881 - 252 pages
...trace and occupy the valleys of the Ohio and St. Lawrence. Plates of lead were buried in various places with inscriptions signifying that from the farthest...towards the Ohio, the country belonged to France, and the lilies of the Bourbons were nailed to a forest tree in token of possession. No active steps were...
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Carlyles' Works: History of Friedrich II. of Prussia

Thomas Carlyle - English literature - 1884
...anticipates the birth; sends a vigilant Commandant thitherward, "with 300 men, To trace and occupy the Valleys of the Ohio and of the St. Lawrence, as far as Detroit." That officer " buries plates of lead," up and down the Country, -with inscriptions signifying...
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