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" Boston ; he was sensibly mortified that he was not in the action. That he might not be out of the way in case of one, he had rode from the inland to Boston, 70 miles in seven hours, and returned in six and a half. "
Sketches of Newport and Its Vicinity: With Notices Respecting the History ... - Page 212
by Sarah S. Cahoone - 1842 - 213 pages
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the ..., Volume 2

William Gordon - United States - 1801
...time the heavy baggage' and .Stores were falling back and crossed through the bay. At dark the teqts were struck, the light baggage and troops passed down,,...and by twelve o'clock- the main army had crossed. It was about that time. Wh,en the marquis tie la Fayette arrived from Boston, He 87$ THE KISTORY OF...
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The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment of the ..., Volume 2

William Gordon - United States - 1801
...time the heavy baggage' and .Stores were falling back and crossed through the bay. At dark. the teqts were struck, the light baggage and troops passed down,, and by twelve o'clock the main army had crossed. It was about lhat time" v^hcH -the marquis deJa.- layette arrived from Boston', He ;rC THS KISTORY...
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Visit to Grand-papa: Or, A Week at Newport

Sarah S. Cahoone - Newport (R.I.) - 1840 - 213 pages
...judgment he exhibited. He attended strictly to the action the whole time, watching the movements tof the enemy, and when to throw in the necessary reinforcements....sensibly mortified that he was not in the action. That he might not be out of the way in case of one, he had rode from the inland to Boston, 70 miles in seven...
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Visit to Grand-papa: Or, A Week at Newport

Sarah S. Cahoone - Newport (R.I.) - 1840 - 213 pages
...other, the greatest attention was requisite. To cover the design of retreating, a great number of tenta were brought forward and pitched in sight of the enemy,...sensibly mortified that he was not in the action. That he might not be out of the way in case of one, he had rode from the island to Boston, 70 miles in seven...
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Spirit of '76 in Rhode Island: Or, Sketches of the Efforts of the Government ...

Benjamin Cowell - Rhode Island - 1850 - 352 pages
...fortifying the camp. The heavy baggage and stores were falling back and crossing through the day ; at dark the tents were struck, the light baggage and troops passed down, and before 12 o'clock the main army had crossed, with stores and baggage. The Marquis de LaFayette arrived...
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Camp-fires of the Revolution: Or, The War of Independence, Illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - United States - 1850 - 435 pages
...fortifyin' the camp. At the same time, the heavy baggage and stores were fallin' back, and carried over the bay. At dark, the tents were struck, the light baggage and the troops passed down, and by twelve o'clock, the whole army had crossed. We slipped away as quietly...
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Camp-fires of the Revolution: Or, The War of Independence, Illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - United States - 1850 - 435 pages
...fortifyin' the camp. At the same time, the heavy baggage and stores were falliii' back, and carried over 23 the bay. At dark, the tents were struck, the light baggage and the troops passed down, and by twelve o'clock, the whole army had crossed. We slipped away as quietly...
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Camp-fires of the Revolution, Or, The War of Independence, Illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - United States - 1854 - 435 pages
...fortifyin' the camp. At the same time, the heavy baggage and stores were fallin' back, and carried over the bay. At dark, the tents were struck, the light baggage and the troops passed down, and by twelve o'clock, the whole army had crossed. We slipped away as quietly...
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BATTLES OF THE UNITED STATES,

HENRY B. DAWSON - 1858
...in fortifying the camp. The heavy baggage and stores were falling back and crossing through the day; at dark, the tents were struck, the light baggage and troops passed down; and before twelve o'clock the main army had crossed with the stores and baggage. The Marquis de Lafayette...
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Camp-fires of the Revolution; Or, The War of Independence, Illustrated by ...

Henry Clay Watson - 1859 - 447 pages
...fortifyin' the camp. At the same time, the heavy baggage and stores were fallin' back, and carried over 23 the bay. At dark, the tents were struck, the light baggage and the troops passed down, and by twelve o'clock, the whole army had crossed. We slipped away as quietly...
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