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" States. In the autumn of 1782, wearied with his forlorn situation, and broken spirit, he resorted to Philadelphia, and took lodgings in an ordinary tavern. He was soon seized with a disease of the lungs, and... "
The Library of American Biography - 第 192 頁
由 編輯 - 1848
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Journals of the Continental Congress

United States. Continental Congress, United States. Continental Congress. Committee of the States - 1823
...carrying into execution the views of the general. A motion was made by Mr. Forbes, seconded by Mr. Fell, " That major-general Charles Lee be informed that Congress have no further occasion for hie services in the army of the United States of America." On which the previous question being moved...
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American Military Biography: Containing the Lives, Characters, and Aneccotes ...

1825 - 184 頁
...his books and dogs. On January 10th, 1780, congress resolved that MajorGen. Lee be informed that they have no further occasion for his services in the army of the U. States. In the autumn of 1782, wearied with his forlorn situation, and broken spirit, he resorted...
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American Political and Military Biography: In Two Parts. Part I. The ...

1825 - 424 頁
...books and dogs. On January 10th, 1780, congress resolved that Major-Gen. Lee be informed that they have no further occasion for his services in the army of the U. States. In the autumn of 1782, wearied with his forlorn situation, and broken spirit, he resorted...
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A Military Journal During the American Revolutionary War: From 1775 to 1783

James Thacher - 1827 - 487 頁
...books and dogs. On January 10th, 1780, Congress resolved that Major General Lee be informed that they have no further occasion for his services in the army of the United States. In the autumn of 1782, wearied with his forlorn situation, and broken spirit, he resorted to Philadelphia,...
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Heroes of the Revolution: Comprising Lives of Officers who Were ...

John Frost - 1844 - 240 頁
...books and dogs. On January 10th, 1780, Congress resolved that Major-General Lee be informed that they have no further occasion for his services in the army of the United States. In the autumn of 1782, wearied with his forlorn situation and broken spirit, he resorted to Philadelphia,...
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The Military Heroes of the Revolution

Charles Jacobs Peterson - 1848 - 487 頁
...dispense with his services, he penned a characteristic and insolent letter to that body, which produced a resolution that " Major-General Charles Lee be informed...for his services in the army of the United States." In reply, Lee wrote an apology for his late epistle, attributing its tone to the fact that his temper...
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Lives of the Heroes of the American Revolution ... Also Embracing the ...

John Frost - 1848 - 370 頁
...books and dogs. On January 10th, 1780, Congress resolved that Major-General Lee be informed that they have no further occasion for his services in the army of the United States. In the autumn of 1782, wearied with his forlorn situation and broken spirit, he resorted to Philadelphia,...
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Biographical Sketches of the Generals of the Continental Army of the Revolution

Mary Theresa Leiter - 1889 - 167 頁
...these charges, and Congress, after considerable delay, on Monday the 1oth of January, 1780, resolved, "That Major-General Charles Lee be informed that Congress...for his services in the army of the United States." Retiring to his estate in Berkeley County, Virginia, he led the life of a hermit, shunning society...
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Military Law and Precedents, 第 2 卷

William Winthrop - 1896
...follows the form of words employed in the British service, the officer being informed that " Congress has no further occasion for his services in the Army of the United States." See, further, 2 Jour. Cong., 45, where Congress directs General Washington to dismiss such of " the...
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The Revoulutionary War and the Military Policy of the United States

Francis Vinton Greene - 1911
...Congress, whereupon that body, without a Jan. 10. K8o roll-call, unanimously passed a resolution that they "have no further occasion for his services in the army of the United States." 3 Lee retired to his farm in Virginia and occupied the remaining six years of his life in making scurrilous...
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