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" It was too late then to resist; they submitted, and the strong post of Stony Point fell again into possession of the rebels. The loss of the King's troops, considering the place was taken by storm, was very small, Captain Tew being the only officer killed... "
A Detail of Some Particular Services Performed in America: During the Years ... - Page 100
by Ithiel Town - 1835 - 117 pages
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The Storming of Stony Point on the Hudson, Midnight, July 15, 1779: Its ...

Henry Phelps Johnston - Stony Point - 1900 - 231 pages
...certainly so; the column which was destined for making the other attack took a short detour around, and climbed up the perpendicular height, which being...to them "to throw their arms down if they expected any quarter." It was too late then to resist; they submitted, and the strong post of Stony Point fell...
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The Storming of Stony Point on the Hudson, July 15, 1779: Its Importance in ...

Henry Phelps Johnston - United States - 1900 - 231 pages
...certainly so; the column which was destined for making the other attack took a short detour around, and climbed up the perpendicular height, which being...to them "to throw their arms down if they expected any quarter." It was too late then to resist; they submitted, and the strong post of Stony Point fell...
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, Volume 32

Pennsylvania - 1908
..." The rebels had made the attack with a bravery they never before exhibited and they showed at the moment a generosity and clemency which during the course of the rebellion had no parallel." The poet sang: ' ' Each soldier darts amain And every youth with ardor burns To emulate our Wayne."...
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Ceremonies at the dedication of the equestrian statue of Major-General ...

Pennsylvania. Commission to erect equestrian statue of Major-general Anthony Wayne, at Valley Forge camp ground - History - 1909 - 81 pages
...that "The rebels had made the attack with a bravery they never before exhibited and they showed at the moment a generosity and clemency which during the course of the rebellion had no parallel." The poet sang: "Each soldier darts amain And every youth with ardor burns To emulate our Wayne." The...
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Pennsylvania in American History

Samuel Whitaker Pennypacker - Pennsylvania - 1910 - 494 pages
...that "The rebels had made the attack with a bravery they never before exhibited and they showed at the moment a generosity and clemency which during the course of the rebellion had no parallel." The poet sang: " Each soldier darts amain And every youth with ardor burns To emulate our Wayne." The...
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Forgotten Patriot: The Life and Times of Major-General Nathanael Greene

Lee P. Anderson - Biography & Autobiography - 2002 - 372 pages
...arms. . .the rebels had made the attack with a bravery never before exhibited, and they showed at that moment a generosity and clemency, which during the course of the rebellion had no parallel." Respect from their enemies at last. The American army was now the British armies equal. By August,...
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