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Chapter 4: life in Lexington. The narrative of Major Jackson's introduction into the military
It is placed near the village of Lexington, in the county of Rockbridge, one of the mos ulty of Washington College, have always made Lexington an attractive residence.
The prosperity and ot again.
During nearly his whole life in Lexington, Jackson was a valetudinarian, and his regim liar gift for teaching; yet teaching was, at Lexington, his profession.
In finding a solution of t its, it was consistent.
Upon removing to Lexington, where the Christian people were divided amo s still continued.
Dr. White writes that in Lexington they continue to meet every Wednesday aftern nd devout, was a happy man. He had, while in Lexington, his domestic bereavements, and he felt them returned to his post.
At length he reached Lexington unexpectedly; and his first act was to visit ment in which my friends can feel at home in Lexington.
I have taken the first important step by s [8 more...]