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" This waggoner says they heard and saw the enemy about four miles from this side the Carrying-place. They heard a gun fire, and a man call upon heaven for mercy, which he judged to be Adams. The next morning I called a council of war, who gave it as their... "
The General Magazine of Arts and Sciences: Philosophical, Philological ... - Page 189
by Benjamin Martin - 1755
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 17

English literature - 1755
...forces, without orders. This waggoner fays, they heard and faw the enemv about four miles from this iide the carrying-place. They heard a gun fire, and a man...it as their opinion, and in which the Indians were extremely urgent, that looo men fhould be detached, and a number of their people would go with them,...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 1

1759
...Enemy about four Miles from this fide the Carrying-Plact — They heard a Gun fire, and a Man cail upon Heaven for Mercy, which he judged to be Adams...it as their Opinion, and in which the Indians were extremly urgent, that 1000 Men fhould be detached, and a Number of their People would go with them,...
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The Documentary History of the State of New-York: Arranged Under ..., Volume 2

New York (State). Secretary's Office - New York (State) - 1849
...forces without orders. This waggoner says they heard and saw the enemy about four miles from this side the Carrying-place. They heard a gun fire, and a man...it as their opinion, and in which the Indians were extremely urgent that 1000 men should be detached, and a number of their people would go with them,...
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THE DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK

E.B. O'CALLAGHAN, M.D. - 1850
...saw the enemy about four miles from this side the Carrying-place. They heard a gun fire^ and a roan call upon heaven for mercy, which he judged to be...it as their opinion, and in which the Indians were extremely urgent that 1000 men should be detached, and a number of their people would go with them,...
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Origins in Williamstown

Arthur Latham Perry - Fort Massachusetts - 1894 - 631 pages
...This Waggoner says they heard and saw the Enemy about four Miles from this side the Carrying Place, they heard a Gun Fire and a Man call upon Heaven for...it as their Opinion and in which the Indians were extremely urgent that 1000 Men should be detached and a Number of their People would go with them in...
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Origins in Williamstown

Arthur Latham Perry - Fort Massachusetts - 1894 - 631 pages
...they heard and saw the Enemy about four Miles from this side the Carrying Place, they heard a tJim Fire and a Man call upon Heaven for Mercy which he...Morning I called a Council of War who gave it as their tipinion and in which the Indians were extremely urgent that 1000 Men should be detached and a Number...
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