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Monuments of Washington's patriotism: containing a facsimile of his public accounts, kept during the revolutionary war; and some of the most interesting documents connected with his military command and civil administration.

Author: George Washington; Henry Lee; Franklin Knight; Washington's Manual Labor School and Male Orphan Asylum.
Publisher: Washington, Pub. by the trustees of Washington's Manual Labour School and Male Orphan Asylum, 1841.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3d ed.View all editions and formats
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Washington, George, 1732-1799.
Monuments of Washington's patriotism.
Washington, Pub. by the trustees of Washington's Manual Labour School and Male Orphan Asylum, 1841
(OCoLC)657094585
Named Person: George Washington; George Washington
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George Washington; Henry Lee; Franklin Knight; Washington's Manual Labor School and Male Orphan Asylum.
OCLC Number: 2352429
Notes: An earlier reproduction of the accounts, without the accompanying documents of the present edition, was published, Washington, 1833, under title: Fac simile of Washington's accounts.
Resolution of Congress to erect an equestrian statue of Washington.--Washington visits Princeton by request of Congress: Address to him by the president of Congress. His reply.--Farewell address of Washington to the army of the United States. Reply of the officers.--Washington takes leave of the officers of the army in New-York.--Speech of Washington on resigning his commission. Answer by the president of Congress.--Washington inaugurated president of the United States.--Proclamation for a day of thanksgiving.--Washington's legacy: or, Farewell address to the people of the United States.--Letter of Washington accepting the command of the army in 1778.--Funeral oration on the death of Washington, by General Henry Lee.--Constitution of the United States.
Description: 10 preliminary leaves, [1], 52, 65-66, [3], [65]-104 pages including facsimiles, plan 6 plates, 3 portrait (including frontispiece) 35 cm
Contents: Fac-simile of letters [addressed to Franklin Knight] commending the plan of publishing a third edition.--Introduction: Ancestry of Washington. Chronological statement of the principal events of his life.--Lives by the Rev. William Jay.--Monumental inscription.--Certificate from the office of the register of the Treasury department.--Fac-simile of Washington's account of expenses from 1775 to 1783.--Plan of a line of march to Fort Duquesne. Resolutions of Congress: Washington appointed commander-in-chief. His acceptance. Commission.--Circular letter of Washington to the governors of the several states.--Resolution of Congress to erect an equestrian statue of Washington.--Washington visits Princeton by request of Congress: Address to him by the president of Congress. His reply.--Farewell address of Washington to the army of the United States. Reply of the officers. Washington takes leave of the officers of the army in New-York.--Speech of Washington on resigning his commission. Answer by the president of Congress.--Washington inaugurated president of the United States.--Proclamation for a day of thanksgiving.--Washington's legacy; or, Farewell address to the people of the United States.--Letter of Washington accepting the command of the army in 1798.--Funeral oration on the death of Washington, by General Henry Lee.--Constitution of the United States.

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