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" Rangers, scouring the country for many miles around, watching the movements of the enemy, and punishing the loyalists when detected in their vocation of pillage and murder. These excursions had been frequent for two or three years, and were often of several... "
The personal and family history of Charles Hooks and Margaret Monk Harris - Page 83
by James Coffee Harris - 1911 - 116 pages
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Women of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1819
...vocation of pillage and murder. These excursions had been frequent for two or three years, and were often of several weeks' duration. At the present time...direction of his own house, little dreaming that his beautiful and peaceful home, where, some time before, he had left his wife and child, was then in the...
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Niles' National Register, Volume 63

Language Arts & Disciplines - 1842
...for recruits, and to act as scouts in the neighborhood of the renowned British general. The morn ire; of the day on which Tarleton took possession of his plantation, he was in the neighborhood of Springbank, and reconnoitered Cornwallis' encampment, supposing it was his whole...
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Traditions and Reminiscences, Chiefly of the American Revolution in the ...

Joseph Johnson - South Carolina - 1851 - 592 pages
...some twelve or fifteen men, for recruits, and to act as scouts in the neighborhood of the renowned British general. The morning of the day on which Tarleton took possession of his plantation, he was in the neighborhood 'of Springb'ank, and reconnoitred Cornwallis' encampment, supposing it was his...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being a History of the Personal Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1852 - 434 pages
...vocation of pillage and murder. These excursions had been frequent, for two or three years, and were often of several weeks duration. At the present time,...force. He then with his party, pursued his way slowly back in the direction of his own house, little dreaming that his beautiful and peaceful home, where,...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being a History of the Personal Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1856 - 434 pages
...present time, Slocumb had returned to the vicinity, and had been sent with twelve or fifteen recruits io act as scouts in the neighborhood of the British General....force. He then with his party, pursued his way slowly back in the direction of his own house, little dreaming that his beautiful and peaceful home, where,...
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True Stories of the Days of Washington

United States - 1861 - 312 pages
...vocation of pillage and murder. These excursions had been frequent, for two or three years, and were often of several weeks' duration. At the present time,...force. He then, with his party, pursued his way slowly back in the direction of his own house, little dreaming that his beautiful and peaceful home, where,...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being True Stories of the Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1870 - 444 pages
...vocation of pillage and murder. These excursions had been frequent, for two or three years, and were often of several weeks duration. At the present time,...force. He then with his party, pursued his way slowly back in the direction of his own house, little dreaming that his beautiful and peaceful home, whore,...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being True Stories of the Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1870 - 444 pages
...vocation of pillage and murder. These excursions had been frequent, for two or three years, and were often of several weeks duration. At the present time,...Cornwallis, which he supposed to be his whole force. He th en with his party, pursued his way slowly back in the direction of his own house, little dreaming...
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The Romance of the Revolution: Being True Stories of the Adventures ...

Oliver Bell Bunce - United States - 1870 - 444 pages
...sent with twelve or fifteen recruits to act as scouts in the neighborhood of the British General. Tha morning of the day, on which Tarleton took possession...near Springbank, and reconnoitered the encampment of Corn wallis, which he supposed to be his whole force. He t!i en with his party, pursued his way slowly...
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Niles' Weekly Register, Volumes 63-64

Hezekiah Niles, William Ogden Niles, Jeremiah Hughes, George Beatty - 1842
...country with some lu' or 15 men for recruits, and to act as scouts in the neighborhood of the renowned British general. The morning of the day on which Tarleton took possession of his plantation, he was in the neighborhood of Springbank, and rcconnoitercd Cornwallis' encampment, supposing it was his whole...
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