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" Myself having command of a garrison in Falmouth for the defence of the same, a party of French from Canada, joined with a company of Indians, to the number of betwixt four and five hundred French and Indians set upon our fort. The 16th of May, 1690, about... "
Indian Wars of New England: The land of the Abenake. The French occupation ... - Page 436
by Herbert Milton Sylvester - 1910
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1846
...burning our towns, destroying their majesties' subjects with fire and sword, and all cruelty imaginable. Myself having command of a garrison in Falmouth for...company of Indians, to the number of betwixt four or five hundred French and Indians, set upon our fort. The 16th of May 1690, about dawning, began our...
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Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts - 1846
...burning our towns, destroying their majesties' subjects with fire and sword, and all cruelty imaginable. Myself having command of a garrison in Falmouth for the defence of the same, a Earty of French from Canada, joined with a company of ndians, to the number of betwixt four or five...
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OUR WHOLE COUNTRY: OF THE PAST AND PRESENT OF THE UNITED STATES, HISTORICAL ...

JOHN WARNER BARBER - 1861
...Davis, the commander of the fort: 'Myself having command of a garrison in Falmouth, for the defense of the same, a party of French from Canada, joined...Indians, set upon our fort. The 16th of May, 1690, began our fight; the 20th, about three o'clock, afternoon, we were taken. They fought us five days...
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Our Whole Country, Or, The Past and Present of the United States: Historical ...

John Warner Barber, Henry Howe - United States - 1861
...Davis, the commander of the fort: 'Myself having command of a garrison in Fulmouth, for the defense of the same, a party of French from Canada, joined...French and Indians, set upon our fort The 16th of May, IG'.H), began our fight; the 20th, about three o'clock, afternoon, we were taken. They fought us five...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volume 1

Maine Historical Society - Local history - 1865
...many of the English having been killed and wounded, the remainder capitulated on the 20th of May. The following account of the attack and surrender,...five days and four nights, in which time they killed and wounded the greatest part of our men, burned all the houses, and at last we were forced to have...
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The History of Portland, from 1632 to 1864: With a Notice of Previous ...

William Willis - Maine - 1865 - 928 pages
...many of the English having been killed and wounded, the remainder capitulated on the 20th of May. The following account of the attack and surrender, by...five days and four nights, in which time they killed and wounded the greatest part of our men, burned all the houses, and at last we were forced to have...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society

JOHN CHAMBERLAIN - Maine - 1890
...attack and surrender, by Capt. Davis, the commander of the fort, will not be uninteresting. " My self having command of a garrison in Falmouth for the defence...five days and four nights, in which time they killed and wounded the greatest part of our men, burned all the houses, and at last we were forced to have...
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Portland in the Past

William Goold - Falmouth (Me.) - 1886 - 543 pages
...Sylvanus Davis the commander of the fort. The original paper is preserved in the Massachusetts Arclu'ves. Myself having command of a garrison in Falmouth for...same, a party of French from Canada joined with a party of Indians to the number of betwixt four and five hundred French and Indians, set upon our fort....
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Ezra Jordan's escape from the massacre at Fort Loyall

James Otis - Fort Loyal (Me.) - 1895 - 99 pages
...burning our towns, destroying their majesties' subjects with fire and sword, and all cruelty imaginable. company of Indians, to the number of betwixt four...hundred French and Indians, set upon our fort. The i6th of May, 1690, about dawning, began our fight; the 2oth, about 3 o'clock, afternoon, we were taken....
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