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" It was night again before our excitement had at all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and among them some very obnoxious ; but the worst of the tories were not taken prisoners. They were, for the most part, left in the woods and swamps wherever... "
The personal and family history of Charles Hooks and Margaret Monk Harris - Page 92
by James Coffee Harris - 1911 - 116 pages
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Women of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - 1819
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had at all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...such as had been guilty of murder and house-burning. In the middle of the night I again mounted my mare and started for home. Caswell and my husband wanted...
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The Women of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - United States - 1819
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had at all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...prisoners. They were, for the most part, left in the oods and swamps wherever they were overtaken. I igged for some of the poor prisoners, and. Caswell...
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Domestic History of the American Revolution

Elizabeth Fries Ellet - United States - 1850 - 308 pages
...fortunate one for those who needed nursing. She interceded for the prisoners, and Caswell told her none should be hurt but such as had been guilty of murder and houseburning. In the middle of the night she again mounted and started for home, declining the offer to send an escort...
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Noble deeds of American women: with biographical sketches of some of the ...

Jesse Clement - United States - 1851 - 480 pages
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had at all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...such as had been guilty of murder and house-burning. In the middle of the night I again mounted my mare and started for home. Caswell and my husband wanted...
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Historical Sketches of North Carolina: From 1584 to 1851, Compiled from ...

John Hill Wheeler - North Carolina - 1851
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...overtaken. I begged for some of the poor prisoners, and Caswcil readily told me none should bo hurt but such as had been gnilty of murder or house burning....
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Illustrated American Advertiser: The Historical Picture Gallery ..., Volume 5

Business & Economics - 1856
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...were for the most part left in the woods and swamps, whenever they were overtaken. I begged for some of the poor prisoners, and Caswell readily told me...
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The Female Prose Writers of America

John Seely Hart - American prose literature - 1857 - 522 pages
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had at all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...such as had been guilty of murder and house-burning. In the middle of the night I again mounted my mare and started for home. Caswell and my husband wanted...
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - Presidents - 1860
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...worst of the tories were not taken prisoners. They wore, for the most part, left in the woods and swamps wherever they were overtaken. I begged for some...
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Life of Andrew Jackson ...

James Parton - 1861
...surprised, but I could see he was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...among them some very obnoxious; but the worst of the lories were not taken prisoners. They were, for the most part, left in the woods and swamps wherever...
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Life of Andrew Jackson, Volume 1

James Parton - 1866
...surprised, but I could see be was not displeased with me. It was night again before our excitement had all subsided. Many prisoners were brought in, and...they were overtaken. I begged for some of the poor piisoners, and Caswell readily told me none should be hurt but such as had been guilty of murder or...
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