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" ... exterminating principle upon which it had been conducted, the country in general displayed one uniform scene of devastation and wretchedness ; that the Patriot forces were reduced to a state of the greatest poverty, totally devoid of discipline, and... "
Narrative of the Expedition which Sailed from England in 1817, to Join the ... - Página 49
por James Hackett - 1818 - 144 páginas
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Narrative of the Expedition which Sailed from England in 1817, to Join the ...

James Hackett - 1818 - 144 páginas
...armies. The information received from the, officers to whom I have just referred, was to the folio wing purport : They assured us, that in consequence of...resort to bludgeons, knives, and such other weapons as1 they found most readily procurable. In clothing they were still more destitute and deficient, in...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volumen89,Parte1;Volumen125

1819
...return, originating in the peculiar local circumstances of the country, and the hazard which roust unavoidably be encountered in traversing the interior,...round their bodies, and pieces of the raw buffalo bide laced over their feet as a substitute for shoes, which, when hardened by the sun'a'heat, they...
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Journal of an Expedition 1400 Miles Up the Orinoco and 300 Up the Arauca ...

J ..... H ..... Robinson - 1822 - 397 páginas
...shot, is left as a memento for public inspection." OF THE CHARACTER OF THE ARMY, Mr. HACKETT says, "The patriot forces were reduced to a state of the...instances merely consisting of fragments of coarse cloth wrapped round their bodies, and pieces of the raw buffalo hide laced over their feet as a substitute...
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