This vast collection of political, social, moral and religious maxims provides the reader with an extensive history on the character of George Washington. The subjects range from what Washington thought on the Constitution and Liberty to more social issues, such as the native Indians and National education. Also included are an Index, Washington’s “Farewell Address”, The Principle Events in the Life of Washington, and William B. Sprague’s “Address” on Washington’s Character.
All men who revere the sacred memory of Washington, admire his exalted virtues, and applaud his great and glorious achievements, should read this book.
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