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MILITARY IMPORTANCE DURING THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION :
ORIGIN AND PROGRESS
UNITED STATES MILITART ACADEMY.
CAPTAIN EDWARD C. BOYNTON, A. M.,
ADJUTANT OF THE MILITARY ACADEMY.
D. VAN NOSTRAND, 192 BROADWAY.
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1863,
BY EDWARD C. BOYNTON,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States for the
Southern District of New York.
“ I give dj üj Wycixci oyilirl, illit iu icr vur graduaai wuduty, thu war betwoun the United Sides and Mexico might, and probab.y would have lastel come tour or five years, with in itu firui hat, more detects than victories fuing to our share; whereas, in leo thul twu campaigns we conquerid û great wuntry and a pearo, without the loss of a single battis er skirmish."--Misc. Doc. SENATE, 2D SESSION, XXXVI. CONG, 176, 1961.