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He went into the oil business and became a millionaire by age 40. 42. I., in the summer of 1778, that Williams said one Hessian officer resigned his commission rather than lead his men against the 1st Rhode Island after the unit had repelled three fierce Hessian assaults. In fact, New Orleans' security was even more precarious than such a small distance suggested. It wasn’t God’s will that the United States eventually become a world power. But in the end it became clear that you understood that you were wrong, and your mistake brought ordeals to your people and to other nations, even though this understanding came after it was too late".

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