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The Documentary History of the Campaign Upon the Niagara Frontier in the ...
E. A. Cruikshank,Lundy's Lane Historical Society
Попередній перегляд недоступний - 2018
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Сторінка 82 - I would endeavor to send as many boats as I could command, and cover his retreat by every fire I could safely make; but the boats were dispersed, many of the boatmen had fled panic-struck, and but few got off.
Сторінка 82 - George was discovered coming up the river. As the battery on the hill was considered an important check against their ascending the heights, measures were immediately taken to send them a fresh supply of ammunition, as I learned there were left only twenty shot for the eighteen-pounders.
Сторінка 150 - ... M'Ewen, and Duncan Cameron, and Lieutenants Richardson and Thomas Butler, commanding flank companies of the Lincoln and York militia, led their men into action with great spirit. Major Merritt, commanding the Niagara Dragoons, accompanied me, and gave me much assistance with part of his corps.
Сторінка 45 - I had understood another armed vessel lay at anchor, and I was obliged to run down the river, by the forts, under a heavy fire of round, grape, and canister, from a number of pieces of heavy ordnance, and several pieces of flying artillery, was compelled to anchor at a distance of about 400 yards from two of their batteries.