[in front of a row of huge cannons]
Gen. George Washington: Gentlemen, let's bid general Howe good morning.
General Clinton: I pray that on the march to New York, Washington attacks us. I'll turn on him and crush him in one blow. Then let the French try to save him.
Gen. George Washington: I want Arnold. I'll hang that traitor if it's the last thing I do on God's earth.
St. Pierre: This is how it begins. We are striking the first blows in this very room. Major, you and I will be starting a war.
[addressing a meeting of mutiny-minded soldiers]
Gen. George Washington: Gentlemen, you'll permit me to put on my spectacles, as I have grown not only grey but also blind in the service of my country.
Gen. George Washington: No punishment is too great for the man who builds his fortune on his country's ruin.