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The Writings of Samuel Adams - Volume 4

Samuel Adams

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A collection of letters by Samuel Adams. At best the unfortunate General has Pity only as the Reward of his Services; and how soon does Pity degenerate into Contempt. Cicero if I mistake not some where tells us, that when a General is fortunate it matters not whether it is ascribd to his being a Favorite of the Immortal Gods, or to certain good Qualities in him which others are incapable of observing. His Soldiers will encounter every Danger under his Conduct. His Enemies will be confounded at his Approach. His Country will revere him. The Reverse is equally just. As therefore we regard the Reputation of the Comdr in Chief of our Armies, which is of the greatest Importance to our Affairs, let us promote this Winter a strict Scrutiny into the Causes of this unfortunate Campaign.

The Writings of Samuel Adams - Volume 4
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  • Category: Fiction & Literature
  • Published: Jan 01, 1803
  • Publisher: Public Domain
  • Seller: Public Domain
  • Print Length: 437 Pages
  • Language: English
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