Annotations by gscott2007, 941-960

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The whole body was commanded by General Arnold. We had a smart engagement with the British

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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General Wooster was killed

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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burnt at Danbury

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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winter of 1781

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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I was one who composed a Part detached from the Infantry commanded by Major Tallmage, who boarded and took a British Privateer in Long Island Sound of...

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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we were employed in Keeping Guard & watching the enemy whose Ships lay in Long Island Sound & kept the Town of New London in constant alarm

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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Long Island Sound

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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New London

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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Fort Miflin

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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Germantown

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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the Privateer Schooner called the Raven Commanded by Capt Giles Hollister

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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Robinsons Farm, near where the great chain was stretched across the North River

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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West Point

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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to New London and was employed in guarding the town and working upon the forts

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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Worthington

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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When General Prescott was taken Prisoner at Rhode Island in 1777 he was sent to Connecticut for safe keeping

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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to guard the shore, upon the approach of the British fleet off Newport

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Made 26 Jul 2007

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to New London Conn where they arrived just after the burning of the town -- and the British force had left it

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Made 25 Jul 2007

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Worthington

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Made 25 Jul 2007

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Fort Trumbull

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Made 25 Jul 2007

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