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- n. Plural form of Harlemer.
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Don Frederic felt, after what he had witnessed in the past seven months, that there was nothing which the Harlemers could not do or dare.
The same circumstances, however, which assisted the initiatory operations of Don Frederic, were of advantage to the Harlemers.
In one outbreak the Harlemers, under cover of a thick fog, marched up to the enemy's chief battery, and attempted to spike the guns before his face.
The forts belonging to the patriots were immediately taken, and the Harlemers, with their friends, entirely excluded from the lake.
a beleaguered town, in the very face of thirty thousand veterans -- having killed eight hundred of the enemy, which was nearly one for every man engaged, while they lost but four of their own party -- the Harlemers, on their return, erected a trophy of funereal but exulting aspect.