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" I could hear shouting. I spoke to my mare and dashed on in the direction of the firing and the shouts, now louder than ever. The blind path I had been following brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's Creek Bridge, a few hundred yards below... "
The personal and family history of Charles Hooks and Margaret Monk Harris - Page 90
by James Coffee Harris - 1911 - 116 pages
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Historical Sketches of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1851, Compiled from ...

John Hill Wheeler - North Carolina - 1851
...into the Wilmington road lending to Moore's Creek Bridge, a few hundred yards below the bridge. Л few yards from the road, under a cluster of trees, were lying, perhaps, twenty men. l They were the wounded. I knew the spot ; the very trees ; and the position of the men I knew, as...
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Autumn Hours and Fireside Reading

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - American literature - 1854 - 311 pages
...the shouts, now louder than ever. The blind path I had been following brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's Creek Bridge, a few hundred...yards below the bridge. A few yards from the road, nnder a duster of trees, were lying perhaps twenty men. They were the wounded. I knew the spot ; the...
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Illustrated American Advertiser: The Historical Picture Gallery ..., Volume 5

Business & Economics - 1856
...few moments she came out into the road a short distance below Moore's Creek bridge. A short distance from the road, under a cluster of trees, were lying perhaps twenty men. They were wounded. "I knew the spot; the very trees; and the position of the men I knew as if I had seen it a...
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THE FEMALE PROSE WRITERS OF AMERICA.

JOHN S. HART - 1866
...the shouts, now louder than ever. The blind path I had been following brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's Creek Bridge, a few hundred...under a cluster of trees were lying perhaps twenty men e They were the wounded. I knew the spot; the very trees; and the position of the men I knew as if...
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Woman on the American Frontier: A Valuable and Authentic History of the ...

William Worthington Fowler - Frontier and pioneer life - 1876 - 527 pages
...which were louder than ever. " The blind path I had been following, brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's creek bridge, a few hundred...of trees, were lying perhaps twenty men. They were wounded. I knew the spot ; the very tree ; and the position of the men I knew as if I had seen it a...
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Polly of the Pines: A Patriot Girl of the Carolinas

Adele Eugenia Thompson - United States - 1906 - 313 pages
...was a turn in the blind path they had been following and suddenly they came out into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's Creek Bridge, a few hundred yards below the bridge. CHAPTER IX. THE STANDARD IS DOWN. BY this time the firing had ceased save for scattered shots in the...
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The Part Taken by Women in American History

Mrs. John A. Logan - Women - 1912 - 927 pages
...shouts now grew louder than ever. The blind path I had been following brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's Creek Bridge a few hundred yards below the bridge, and a little distance from the road were lying perhaps twenty men. They were all wounded. Suddenly...
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Second to None: From the sixteenth century to 1865

Ruth Barnes Moynihan, Cynthia Eagle Russett, Laurie Crumpacker - History - 1993 - 404 pages
...the shouts, now louder than ever. The blind path I had been following brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's Creek Bridge, a few hundred...under a cluster of trees were lying perhaps twenty [wounded] men. ... In an instant my whole soul was centred in one spot; for there, wrapped in his bloody...
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Revolutionary Women in the War for American Independence: A One-volume ...

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - History - 1998 - 226 pages
..."The path 1 was following brought me into the Wilmington road a few hundred feet below Moore's Creek Bridge. A few yards from the road, under a cluster...trees, were lying perhaps twenty men. They were the American and Royalist wounded. 1 knew the spot; the very trees and the position of the men I knew as...
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Woman on the American Frontier

William W. Fowler - History - 2005 - 564 pages
...which were louder than ever. " The blind path I had been following, brought me into the Wilmington road leading to Moore's creek bridge, a few hundred...yards from the road, under a cluster of trees, were Jying perhaps twenty men. They were wounded. I knew the spot ; the very tree ; and the position of...
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