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" From every account the enemy amounted to two thousand combatants. The troops actually engaged against them were short of nine hundred.* This horde of savages, with their allies, abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving... "
History of the Discovery of America, of the Landing of Our Forefathers at ... - Page 179
by Henry Trumbull - 1812 - 192 pages
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Travels in the Central Portions of the Mississippi Valley: Comprising ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - America - 1825 - 459 pages
...were short of nine hundred. This hoard of savages with their allies, abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving our...the influence of the guns of the British garrison, as you will observe by the enclosed correspondence, between Major Campbell, the commandant, and myself...
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Travels in the Central Portions of the Mississippi Valley: Comprising ...

Henry Rowe Schoolcraft - America - 1825 - 459 pages
...abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving our victorious army in fall and quiet possession of the field of battle, which...the influence of the guns of the British garrison, as you will observe by the enclosed correspondence, between Major Campbell, the commandant, and jjiyself...
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A History of the Commonwealth of Kentucky

Mann Butler - Clark's Expedition to the Illinois - 1834 - 396 pages
...as well as the author, into reflections injurious to the memory of the gallant Wayne, is as follows, "The bravery and conduct of every officer belonging to the army, from the Generals down to the Ensigns, merit my highest approbation. There were however, some, whose rank and situation placed their...
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A Memoir of the Public Services of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio

James Hall - 1836 - 323 pages
...were short of nine hundred. This horde of savages, with their allies, abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving our...the influence of the guns of the British garrison, as you will observe by the inclosed correspondence between Major Campbell, the commandant, and myself,...
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A Memoir of the Public Services of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio

James Hall - 1836 - 323 pages
...the inclose^ correspondence between Major Campbell, the commandant, and myself, upon the occasion. " The bravery and conduct of every officer belonging to the army, from the generals down to the ensigns, merit my highest approbation. There were, however, some whose rank and situation placed their...
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The Life and Times of William Henry Harrison

Samuel Jones Burr - Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841 - 1840 - 304 pages
...were short of nine hundred. This horde of savages, with their allies abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving our...the influence of the guns of the British garrison, as you will observe hy the inclosed correspondence between Major CAMPBELL, tbe commandant, and myself,...
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The Life and Times of William Henry Harrison

Samuel Jones Burr - Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841 - 1840 - 300 pages
...hundred. This horde of savages, with their allies abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed witK terror and dismay, leaving our victorious army in...the influence of the guns of the British garrison, as you will observe by the inclosed correspondence between Major CAMPBELL, the commandant, and myself,...
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Outline of the Life and Public Services, Civil and Military, of William ...

Campaign literature - 1840 - 32 pages
...splendid victory. In his dispatch to the President, giving an account of the victory, General Wayne says: "The bravery and conduct of every officer belonging to the army, from the generals down to the ensigns, merit my highest approbation. There were, however, some whose rank and situation placed their...
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The History of Indiana, from Its Earliest Exploration by Europeans, to the ...

John Brown Dillon - Electronic book - 1843 - 456 pages
...were short of nine hundred.* This horde of savages, with their allies, abandoned themselves to flight, and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving our...the influence of the guns of the British garrison, as you will observe by the enclosed correspondence between Major Campbell, the commandant, and myself,...
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History of the Indian Wars: To which is Prefixed a Short Account of the ...

Henry Trumbull - Indians of North America - 1846 - 320 pages
...were short of nine hundred. This, horde of savages, with their allies, abandoned themselves to flight and dispersed with terror and dismay, leaving our...belonging to the army, from the generals down to the ensigns, merit my approbation. " Lieut. Covington, upon whom the command of the cavalry devolved, <([Capt....
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