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Galveston Bay - Page 8
by Sally E. Antrobus - 2005 - 225 pages
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A Narrative of the Life of David Crockett ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1834 - 211 pages
...the breach. The rout commenced at half-past four o'clock, and continued until twilight. In the battle our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, and seven hundred and thirty were taken prisoners, among whom were Generals...
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Sketch of the history of Spanish America to the revolution. History and ...

John Milton Niles, L.T. Pease - South America - 1837
...charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed and wounded. In the battle, our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded,...of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was 630 killed, among whom was one general officer, four colonels, two lieutenant colonels, five captains, twelve lieutenants....
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History of South America and Mexico; by J.M. Niles. To which is annexed, a ...

John Milton Niles, L T. Pease - 1837
...charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed and wounded. In the battle, our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded,...of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was 630 killed, among whom was one general officer, four colonels, two lieutenant colonels, five captains, twelve lieutenants....
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Col. Crockett's exploits and adventures in Texas: wherein is contained a ...

Richard Penn Smith, Davy Crockett - Texas - 1845 - 204 pages
...the breach. The rout commenced at half-past four o'clock, and continued until twilight. In the battle our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, and seven hundred and thirty were taken prisoners, among whom were Generals...
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The Discoverers, Pioneers, and Settlers of North and South America from the ...

Henry Howard Brownell - America - 1853 - 720 pages
...the president of Texas, dated April 26th, give the following as the general result: "In the battle, our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, among whom was one general officer, four colonels, two lieutenant-colonels,...
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The Pioneer Heroes of the New World: From the Earliest Period (982) to the ...

Henry Howard Brownell - America - 1855 - 720 pages
...the president of Texas, dated April 26th, give the following as the general result: "In the battle, our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, among whom was one general officer, four colonels, two lieutenant-colonels,...
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LIFE OF COLONEL DAVIDCROCKETT

DAVID CROCKETT - 1860
...the breech. The rout commenced at half-past four o'clock, and continued until twilight. In the battle our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, and seven hundred and thirty were taken prisoners, among whom were Generals...
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History of Texas; from 1685 to 1892, Volume 2

John Henry Brown - Texas - 1893
...charge of the enemy's encampment, and our army returned with their killed and wounded. In the battle, our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded,...of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was 630 killed, among whom was one general officer, four colonels, two lieutenant-colonels, five captains, twelve lieutenants....
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Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible Backwoodsman ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1902 - 415 pages
...the breech. The rout commenced at half-past four o'clock, and continued until twilight. In the battle our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. The enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, and seven hundred and thirty were taken prisoners, among whom were Generals...
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The Life of David Crockett: The Original Humorist and Irrepressible ...

Davy Crockett - Creek War, 1813-1814 - 1902 - 415 pages
...the breech. The rout commenced at half-past four o'clock, and continued until twilight. In the battle our loss was two killed and twenty-three wounded, six of whom mortally. Tbe enemy's loss was six hundred and thirty killed, and seven hundred and thirty were taken prisoners,...
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