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- The second is intelligence, which must be strong and fertile in expedients.p. 23.4
- The ever-obliging North suggested that in view of the situation in America, it might no longer be regarded as a rebellion, but as a "foreign war," and thus "every expedient" might be employed.p. 7.9
- The hiring of foreign troops was an "alarming and dangerous expedient."p. 12.9
There are no more uses of "expedient" in 1776.
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