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ordered to Mud Island in the Delaware River Nine Miles from Philadelphia, where they remained untill the evacuation of the Fort at Mud Island. While at Mud...

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Made 18 Oct 2008

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When he arrived in Portsmouth every thing was in a bustle, the inhabitants (all that could) were leaving the town for safety & going to the country...

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Made 15 Aug 2008

Page 43

The man who was sent on shore by Capt. Mowatt, to set fire to the first parish meeting-house in Portland, was brought to their house a prisoner by Solomon...

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Made 15 Aug 2008

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I well remember the time when Falmouth, now Portland was burnt by Mowatt, who did this in 1775 - I saw the smoke of the fire of the burning of the town from...

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Made 15 Aug 2008

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I well remember the time that Mowat burnt Falmouth now Portland. I heard the guns & see the smoke. Philip Fowlers first wifes mother was my aunt and she...

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Made 15 Aug 2008

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sappers and miners

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Made 13 Aug 2008

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he was wounded in the right shoulder at the storming of Yorktown

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Made 12 Aug 2008

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sappers and miners

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Made 12 Aug 2008

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gen LaFayette and the Baron De Viomenil a Frenc officer stormed two redouts of the British - and that night we flung up another Embankment within cannon shot...

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Made 06 Aug 2008

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we must I think have killed and wounded Many of them in the Boats - for we fired from the high Banks and Laurel bushes and the Boats within 70 or 80 yards...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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they had then to go over one mile before they ware out of Reach of our Shot - and we gave to them all we could and when they had got Back against Bordentown...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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My father and I were plowing for Corn - we Heard the guns and saw the Smoke Rising from the fire of Col Borden's House and Stores on the Jersey side and Col...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

Page 71

Each Besides Small arms - the Last Spring that the British army Lay at Philadelphia - Sir Henry Clinton Sent Between one and two thousand men in flat, Bottom...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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The first time I took a gun to meet the Enemy was as follows Vis - My Father lived 2 1/2 miles from the Draw Bridge over Crosswicks Creek - which puts into...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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was engaged in sinking Chevaux de frize in the Delaware at Billingsport

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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was one of the guard who took governor Franklin before the Provincial Congress then sitting at Burlington

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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he stood guard over Governor Franklin who was confined in the house of one Davenport at Burlington

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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entered on board of the row galley Crain for six months under Capt Jehiel Tinker and saild to the North River and served my Country against the Common Enimy...

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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the Queen of France a Vessel of War

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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their main duty at this time was to prevent the secret trade from carrying provisions to the British and bringing in goods

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Made 05 Aug 2008

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