For a long time afterwards, however, the State was known as the "Jerseys."
Washington had therefore decided to defend the Jerseys from that position.
Then, wrapping the baby in the jerseys and shawl, she went downstairs.
Even to this day, we frequently hear the expression, "The Jerseys," used.
The Jerseys were overrun, and Philadelphia threatened by the enemy.
Besides, there were jerseys and great sea-boots to be worn out.
In the Jerseys some fightings have likewise been within these days.
The tide of war had during the summer swept over this part of the Jerseys.
I am sure there are cows—she used to keep a herd of Jerseys.
Washington saw that now was his time to drive the British from the Jerseys.