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" The enemy's loss is judged to be more than double our number, and about twenty prisoners. The enemy on this occasion behaved with their usual barbarity, wantonly and cruelly murdering the wounded prisoners who fell into their hands, and plundering the... "
History of Danbury, Conn., 1684-1896 - Page 80
by James Montgomery Bailey - 1896 - 583 pages
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Connecticut Historical Collections: Containing a General Collection of ...

John Warner Barber - Connecticut - 1836 - 560 pages
...are Col. John Lamb, (of artillery,) Arnah Bradley and Timothy Gorham, volunteers from New Haven, tho' not mortally. " The enemy's loss is judged to be more than double our number, and about 20 pri•oners. The enemy on this occasion behaved with their usual barbarity, wantonly and cruelly...
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Connecticut Historical Collections: Containing a General ..., Volume 2

Connecticut - 1837 - 560 pages
...acquaintance. Among the number wounded, are Col. John Lamb, (of artillery,) Arnah Bradley and Timothy Gorhnm, volunteers from New Haven, though not mortally. "...judged to be more than double our number, and about 20 prisoners. The enemy on this occasion behaved with their usual barbarity, wantonly and cruelly murdering...
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A Historical Collection from Official Records, Files, &c., of the Part ...

Royal Ralph Hinman - Connecticut - 1842 - 643 pages
...got under arms, but the ships passed New Lon. don about sun set. " The enemy's loss is judged to be double our number, and about twenty prisoners. The...wantonly and cruelly murdering the wounded prisoners, whe full into their hands, and plundering the inhabitants, burning and destroying every thing in their...
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A historical collection from official records, files, &c., of the part ...

History - 1842 - 643 pages
...got under arms, but the ships passed New Lon. don about sun set. " The enemy's loss is judged to be double our number, and about twenty prisoners. The...behaved with their usual barbarity — wantonly and eruelly murdering the wounded prisoners, who fell into their hands, and plundering the inhabitants,...
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Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of ...

Connecticut - 1837 - 560 pages
...this town, whose death is greatly lamented by his acquaintance. Among the number wounded, arc Col. John Lamb, (of artillery,) Amah Bradley and Timothy...judged to be more than double our number, and about 30 prisoners. The enemy on this occasion behaved with their usual barbarity, wantonly and cruelly murdering...
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BATTLES OF THE UNITED STATES,

HENRY B. DAWSON - 1858
...lamented by his acquaintance. Among the number wounded, are Colonel John Lamb (of artillery), Arnah Bradley, and Timothy Gorham, volunteers from New Haven,...plundering the inhabitants, burning and destroying every thing in their way. The enemy, the day before they left Fairfield, were joined by ten sail, chiefly...
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Diary of the American Revolution: From newspapers and original documents

United States - 1860
...lamented by his acquaintance. Among the number wounded are Colonel John Lamb, (of the artillery,) Arnab. Bradley, and Timothy Gorham, volunteers from New Haven,...than double our number, and about twenty prisoners. They behaved, on this occasion, with their usual barbarity, wantonly and cruelly murdering the wounded...
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Diary of the American Revolution: From Newspapers and Original ..., Volume 1

Frank Moore - United States - 1860
...wounded are Colonel John Lamb, (of the artillery,) Amah Bradley, and Timothy Gorham, volunteers from NCAV Haven, though not mortally. The enemy's loss is judged to be more than double onr number, and about twenty prisoners. They behaved, on this occasion, with their usual barbarity,...
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The Diary of the Revolution: A Centennial Volume Embracing the Current ...

United States - 1876 - 1084 pages
...lamented by his acquaintance. Among the number wounded are Colonel John Lamb, (of the artillery,) Arnah Bradley, and Timothy Gorham, volunteers from New Haven,...than double our number, and about twenty prisoners. They behaved, on this occasion, with their usual barbarity, wantonly and crueDy murdering the wounded...
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