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" ... morning three miles in our rear, I decided on an immediate attack. Accordingly the troops advanced to within one mile of the fort, and having... "
The Royal Military Calendar, Or Army Service and Commission Book: Containing ... - Page 241
edited by - 1820
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A Full and Correct Account of the Military Occurrences of the Late ..., Volume 1

William James - 1818 - 582 pages
...immediate attack. Accordingly, the troops adranted to within one mile of the fort, and having ascertained that the enemy had taken little or no precaution towards...an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his camp. Brigadier-gen. Hull, however, prevented this movement, by proposing a cessation of hostilities, for...
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History of the Late War Between Great Britain and the United States of ...

David Thompson (of Niagara, Ont.) - 1832 - 300 pages
...time the effusion of blood was saved by the exterminating General Hull sending out a proposition for a cessation of hostilities, for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. Lieutenant Colonel Me. Donald, provincial aid de camp, aud Captain Glegg, aid de camp to General Brock,...
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The Life and Correspondence of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B., ...

Isaac Brock - 1845 - 468 pages
...fort, and having ascertained that the enemy had taken little or no precaution towards the land side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. Lieut.-Colonel J. M'Donell and Captain Glegg were accordingly deputed by me on this mission, and returned...
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The Life and Correspondence of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B.

Isaac Brock - 1847 - 492 pages
...fort, and having ascertained that the enemy had taken little or no precaution towards the land side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. Lieut.-Colonel J. M'Donell and Captain Glegg were accordingly deputed by me on this mission, and returned...
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The Anglo-American Magazine, Volume 2

1853
...towards tho and side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his camp. Brgadier-Gcncral Hull, however, prevented this movement, by proposing...preparing terms of capitulation. Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonell and Captain Glegg were accordingly deputed by me on this mission, and returned within an...
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A History of the War Between Great Britain and the United States of America ...

Gilbert Auchinleck - 1855 - 408 pages
...I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his camp. Br gadier-General Hull, hoivever, prevented this movement, by proposing a cessation of hostilities, for the purpose of preparing tenus of capitu latioп. Lieutenant-Colonel John Maedonell and Captain Glegg were accordingly deputed...
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Medals of the British Army: And how They Were Won

Thomas Carter - 1861 - 192 pages
...The troops afterwards advanced to within one mile of the fort, when an assault was determined upon. Brigadier-General Hull, however, prevented this movement,...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. The American troops that surrendered consisted of two thousand five hundred men, and were divided into...
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War Medals of the British Army, and how They Were Won

Thomas Carter, William Henry Long - 1893 - 656 pages
...The troops afterwards advanced to within one mile of the fort, when an assault was determined upon. Brigadier-General Hull, however, prevented this movement,...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. The American troops that surrendered consisted of two thousand five hundred men, and were divided into...
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Life and Times of Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K. B.

David Breakenridge Read - 1894 - 266 pages
...fort, and having learned \ \ \ that the enemy had taken little or no precaution toward the land side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. Lieut.-Colonel John Macdonell and Captain Glegg were accordingly deputed by me on this mission, and...
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Historical Collections, Volume 25

1896
...towards the laud side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his camp. Brigr. Genl. Hull however prevented this movement by proposing...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation, Lieut Colonel John MoDonell and Capt Glegg were accordingly deputed by me on this mission, and returned...
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