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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 Making of South Carolina

Henry Alexander White - South Carolina - 1906 - 332 pages
...Second Regiment by Mrs. Barnard Elliott, who said to the soldiers, " I make not the least doubt but that under heaven's protection you will stand by them as long as they wave in the air of liberty." Sergeant Jasper carried one of these flags in the advance against the...
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Historical Collections of Georgia

George White - Reference - 1969 - 746 pages
...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 ihe air of liberty." In reply, a promise was made that they should...
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Daughters of the American Revolution Magazine, Volume 20

Genealogy - 1902
...second regiment which 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 should...
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Unwaried Patience and Fortitude: Francis Marion's Orderly Book

Patrick O'Kelley - History - 2006 - 752 pages
...these two Standards as Reward Justly due to your Regiment & I make not the Least Doubt under heavens protection you will stand by them as Long as they can wave in the Air of Liberty which was Accepted off by Collonels Moultrie & Motte 345 Orders 1st July _ Parole Concord _ Count"....
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Harper's Encyclopędia of United States History from 458 A.D. to 1909: Based ...

Benson John Lossing - United States - 1905
...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,...them as long as they can wave in the air of liberty." On receiving them Moultrie said : " The colors shall be honorably supported, and shall never be tarnished."...
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Graham's American Monthly Magazine of Literature, Art, and Fashion, Volume 44

1854
...moment. See them not polluted by the rude touch of the enemy ; and, oh ! remember our sncrod pledge to ' stand by them as long as they can wave in the air of liberty.' " Scarcely had the feeble accents of Jasper's dying words faded upon his ear, and when about regaining...
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