The Battle of Camden, Part I

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Washington and His Comrades: Chapter IX

The War in the South After 1778 there was no more decisive fighting in the North. The British plan was to hold New York and keep there a threatening force, but to make the South henceforth the central arena of the war. Accordingly, in 1779, they evacuated Rhode Island and left the magnificent harbor of …

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Intrepidity of Mrs Israel

During the Revolution, Israel Israel, a true whig and a worthy farmer, residing on the banks of the Delaware, near Wilmington, was, for a short time, a prisoner on board the frigate Roebuck, directly opposite his own house and land. While thus situated, it was reported by some loyalists by whose treachery he had been …

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Abigail Adams to Elizabeth Smith Shaw

London November 21 1786 My Dear sister Mr Sparhawk calld upon us a Day or two ago, and deliverd me your kind Letter of: july the 20th. It was of a latter date than any I had received from you tho near four months old. It was a little unfortunate for the Gentleman that mr …

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Affairs in Charleston, S. C. – Patriotic Women

From Diary of the American Revolution, Vol II.  Compiled by Frank Moore and published in 1859. May 20.—A writer in the British army at Charleston, South Carolina, in a letter to his friend in London, says:— “The retrograde progress of our arms in this country, you have seen in your newspapers, if they dare tell …

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