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" ... what way to march. Clinton then, next for business, took the part without waiting for orders, to throw himself into a boat to head them; he arrived in time to be of service; the day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering... "
Earl Percy's Dinner Table - Page 47
by Harold Murdock - 1907
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volume 18

Eliakim Littell - 1831
...service. The day ended with glory, and the success was most amportant, considering the ascendency it gives the regular troops. But the loss was uncommon in officers for the numbers engaged. Howe was untouched, but his aid-de-camp, Capt. Sherwin, killed. Jordain, a friend of Howe's who came...
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The New England Historical and Genealogical Register, Volume 11

Genealogy - 1857
...throw himself into a boat to head them ; he arrived in time to be of service, the day ended with glory, and the success was most important considering the ascendency it gave the regulur troops; but the loss was uncommon in officers for the numbers engaged. Howe was untouched,...
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BATTLES OF THE UNITED STATES,

HENRY B. DAWSON - 1858
...throw himself into a boat to head them; he arrived in time to be of service; the day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering the...was uncommon in officers, for the numbers engaged. Howe was untouched, but his aid-de-camp, Sherwin, was killed; Jorden, a friend of Howe's, who came...
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Proceedings of the Bunker Hill Monument Association at the Annual Meeting

Bunker Hill Monument Association - Bunker Hill, Battle of, Boston, Mass., 1775 - 1907
...Burgoyne's mind. In one letter he writes of the battle of Bunker Hill : " The day ended with glory and the success was most important, considering the ascendency it gave the Regular Troops." To another correspondent in London he writes more explicitly: "I now congratulate you, my dear Lord,...
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History of the United States of America, Volume 1

Taliaferro Preston Shaffner - 1863
...service : the day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering the ascendancy it gave the regular troops ; but the loss was uncommon in officers, for the number engaged. Howe was untouched ; but his aidede-camp, Sherwood, was killed; Gordon, a friend of...
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Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

United States - 1868
...service; the day ended with glory ; and the success was most important, considering the ascendancy it gare the Regular troops ; but the loss was uncommon in officers for the numbers engaged. Howe was untouched, but his Aid-de-camp, Sherwin, was killed ; Jordan, a friend of Howe's, who came...
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A Popular History of the United States, Volume 3

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay - United States - 1879
...arrived in time to be of service. Burgoyne closes his letter by saying: "The day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering the...was uncommon in officers, for the numbers engaged.'' On the other hand, the Committee of Safety published an account by Rev. Peter Timelier, who saw from...
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The United Service, Volume 11

Military art and science - 1884
...; the day ended with glory, and the success was most important considering the ascendancy it gives the regular troops ; but the loss was uncommon in officers for the number engaged. Howe was untouched, but his aidede-camp, Captain Sherwin, was killed. Jordan, a friend...
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SCRI9BNER'S POPULAR HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

WILLIAM CULLEN BRYANT SYDNEY HOWARD GAY NOAH BROOKS - 1896
...arrived in time to be of service. Burgoyne closes his letter by saying: " The day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering the...was uncommon in officers, for the numbers engaged." On the other hand, the Committee of Safety published an account by Rev. Peter Thacher, who saw from...
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Scribner's popular history of the United States: from the earliest ...

William Cullen Bryant, Sydney Howard Gay, Noah Brooks - United States - 1898
...arrived in time to be of service. Burgoyne closes his letter by saying: "The day ended with glory, and the success was most important, considering the...was uncommon in officers, for the numbers engaged." On the other hand, the Committee of Safety published an account by Rev. Peter Thacher, who saw from...
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