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" Indians; and they have distinguished themselves on a variety of occasions, since the formation of the corps, in skirmishes with the enemy. I expect the most eminent services from them ; and I shall be mistaken if their presence does not go far towards... "
The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries - Page 94
1917
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A History of the American Revolution; Comprehending All the ..., Volume 2

Paul Allen - United States - 1822
...formation of the corps, in skirmishes with the enemy. I expect the most eminent services from them, and am mistaken if their presence does not go far towards producing a general desertion among the savages." General Gates seemed to be fully sensible of the great advantages under which be took command of the...
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A History of the American Revolution; Comprehending All the ..., Volume 2

Paul Allen - United States - 1822
...corps, in skirmishes with the enemy. I expect the most eminent services from them, and am mistake^ if their presence does not go far towards producing a general desertion among the savages." General Gates seemed to be fully sensible of the great advantages under which he took command of the...
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The Writings of George Washington: pt. II. Correspondence and miscellaneous ...

George Washington, Jared Sparks - Presidents - 1834
...recovered from their present dejection, and restored to a tolerable degree of confidence and animation. In addition to the two regiments, which are gone from...arrival, to begin to circulate these ideas, with proper embellishraents, throughout the country and in the army; and to take pains to communicate them to the...
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The Life of General Daniel Morgan: Of the Virginia Line of the Army of the ...

James Graham (of New Orleans.) - United States - 1856 - 475 pages
...Marshall's Washington, vol. 1., p. IBS. t Sparks's Writings of Washington, vol. v., p. 87. } Ibid., p. 88. well acquainted with the use of rifles, and with that...producing a general desertion among the savages."* Morgan, at the head of his corps, proceeded without delay to Peekskill. Here, having embarked his troops...
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Life of George Washington, Volume 3

Washington Irving - Generals - 1856
...from the army at large, and well acquainted with the use of rifles and with that mode of fighting. I expect the most eminent services from them, and...producing a general desertion among the savages." It was, indeed, an arm of strength, which he could but ill spare from his own army. Putnam was directed...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Volume 1

John Church Hamilton - United States - 1857
...with that mode of fighting which is necessary to make them a good counterpoise to the Indians, and have distinguished themselves on a variety of occasions...producing a general desertion among the savages." He advised the circulating of these ideas with proper embellishments before their arrival. "It would...
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History of the republic of the United States of America: as traced ..., Volume 1

John Church Hamilton - United States - 1857
...with that mode of fighting which is necessary to make them a good counterpoise to the Indians, and have distinguished themselves on a variety of occasions...producing a general desertion among the savages." He advised the circulating of these ideas with proper embellishments before their arrival. "It would...
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The Life of General Daniel Morgan: Of the Virginia Line of the Army of the ...

James Graham (of New Orleans.) - United States - 1859 - 475 pages
...v., p. 81. t Ibid., p. 88. well acquainted with the use of rifles, and with that mode of fight ing, which is necessary to make them a good counterpoise...producing a general desertion among the savages."* Morgan, at the head of his corps, proceeded without delay to Peekskill. Here, having embarked his troops...
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History of the Republic of the United States of America: As Traced ..., Volume 1

John Church Hamilton - United States - 1864
...with that mode of fighting which is necessary to make them a good counterpoise to the Indians, and have distinguished themselves on a variety of occasions...producing a general desertion among the savages." He advised the circulating of these ideas with proper embellishments before their arrival. "It would...
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History of the American Revolution: The Student's Life of Washington ...

Washington Irving - 1876 - 714 pages
...acquainted with the use of rifles and with that mode of fighting. I expect the most eminent service from them, and I shall be mistaken if their presence does not go far towards producing a général désertion among the savages." During his encampment in the neighborhood of Philadelphia,...
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