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" ... been sent to reconnoitre the country, and some of his routed troop. These were first discerned in the open grounds east and northeast of the plantation, closely pursued by a body of American mounted militia ; while a running fight was kept up with... "
The personal and family history of Charles Hooks and Margaret Monk Harris - Page 87
by James Coffee Harris - 1911 - 116 pages
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Women of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1819
...pursuit of the tory captain who had been sent to reconnoitre the country, and some of his routed troop. These were first discerned in the open grounds east...pursuing party appeared too busy with the tories to see any thing else ; and they entered the avenue at the same moment with the party pursued. With what horror...
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The Women of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - United States - 1848
...country, and some of his routed troop. These were first discerned in the open grounds east and jiortheast of the plantation, closely pursued by a body of American...pursuing party appeared too busy with the tories to see any thing else ; and they entered the avenue at the same moment with the party pursued. With what horror...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being a History of the Personal Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1852 - 434 pages
...militia ; while n running fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or five broadswords gleamed conspicuous. The foremost of the pursuing...pursued. With what horror and consternation did Mrs. * It is said, that in a close encounter between Tarleton and Col. Washington, at the battle of the...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being a History of the Personal Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1856 - 434 pages
...militia ; while ;i running fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or five broadswords gleamed conspicuous. The foremost of the pursuing...party pursued. With what horror and consternation did Mis. It is said, that in a close encounter between Tarleton and Col. Washington, at the battle...
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True Stories of the Days of Washington

United States - 1861 - 312 pages
...fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or five broadswords gleamed conspicuously. The foremost of the pursuing party appeared too busy with the Tories to seo anything else; and they entered the avenue at the same moment with the party pursued. With what...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being True Stories of the Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1870 - 444 pages
...militia; while running fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or fire broadswords gleamed conspicuous. The foremost of the pursuing...pursued. With what horror and consternation did Mrs. * It is (aid, that in a close encounter between Tarleton and Col. Wash ington, at the battle of the...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being True Stories of the Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1870 - 444 pages
...militia; while ;i running fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or five broadswords gleamed conspicuous. The foremost of the pursuing...party pursued. With what horror and consternation did M?s. * It is said, that in a close encounter between Tarleton and Col. Wash ington, at the bailie of...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being True Stories of the Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1870 - 444 pages
...militia; while ;i running fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or five broadswords gleamed conspicuous. The foremost of the pursuing...and they entered the avenue at the same moment with tlia party pursued. With what horror and consternation did Mis. * It is said, that in a close encounter...
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True Stories of the Days of Washington

United States - 1872 - 312 pages
...fight was kept up with different weapons, in which four or five broadswords gleamed conspicuously. The foremost of the pursuing party appeared too busy...her husband, her brother, and two of her neighbors, Col. Washington, at the battle of the Cowpcns, the former was wounded by a sabre-cut in the hand. in...
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