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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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Richardson's War of 1812: With Notes and a Life of the Author

Richardson (Major, John), Alexander Clark Casselman - 1902 - 320 pages
...toward the land side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his Camp. Brigadier Gen. 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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Life of Sir John Beverly Robinson: BART., C.B., D.C.L., Chief-justice of ...

Charles Walker Robinson - 1904 - 490 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. 1 " Life of Sir Isaac Brock," by FB Tupper. * In order to free his communications and line of supplies,...
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Life of Sir John Beverly Robinson, Bart., C.B., D.C.L., Chief-justice of ...

Charles Walker Robinson - 1904 - 490 pages
...the enemy had taken little or no precaution towards the land side, I resolved on an assault, whiht the Indians penetrated his camp.* Brigadier-General...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. 1 " Life of Sir Isaac Brock," by FB Tupper. * In order to free his communications and line of supplies,...
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Life of Sir John Beverly Robinson, Bart., C.B., D.C.L., Chief-justice of ...

Charles Walker Robinson - 1904 - 490 pages
...precaution towards the land side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his camp.4' Brigadier-General Hull, however, prevented this movement...for the purpose of preparing terms of capitulation. 1 " Life of Sir Isaac Brock," by FB Tupper. 2 In order to free his communications and line of supplies,...
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The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year, Volume 54

Edmund Burke - 1813
...immediate attack. Accordingly the troops advanced to within one mile of the fort, and having ascertained that the enemy had taken little or no precaution towards the land-side, 1 resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated his camp. Brigadier-General Hull, however,...
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The New Annual Register, Or General Repository of History, Politics, and ...

1812
...fort; and having ascertained that die enemy had taken little or no precaution towards the land side, I resolved on an assault, whilst the Indians penetrated...capitulation. Lieutenantcolonel John M'Donnell and capt. Glegg were accordingly deputed by me on this mLsion, and returned within an hour with the conditions...
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BATTLES OF THE UNITED STATEDS BY

HENRY B. DAWSON - 1858
...the enemy had taken little or no precaution towards the land side, I resolved on an assault, while the Indians penetrated his camp. Brigadier-general...proposing a cessation of hostilities, for the purpose of pre[BOOK II. paring terms of capitulation. Lieutenant-colonel John McDonnell and Captain Glegg were...
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