Definition of Mad anthony wayne
1. Noun. American general during the American Revolution (1745-1796).
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1. Major-General Anthony Wayne and the Pennsylvania Line in the Continental Army by Charles Janeway Stillé (1893)
"... but, like the madness of St. Paul, that of mad anthony wayne, so called, was only the outpouring of an earnest, an honest, and a philanthropic heart. ..."
2. The History of Our Country from Its Discovery by Columbus to the Celebration by Abby Sage Richardson (1875)
"mad anthony wayne. — The Forlorn Hope. — Taking of Stony Point. ONE of the greatest troubles which beset the American Congress in carrying on this ..."