Annotations by gscott2007, 981-1000

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while here I saw large number of British ships going down the Sound to New York part of the time I served as a guard against any incursions from the enemy

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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fort nonsense

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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New London

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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Fort Washington

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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the enemies light horse made dreadful work with our guard falling suddenly upon it

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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Horseneck

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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burning of Fairfield & Norwalk

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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the American Army left the CIty of New York fearing that the British would obtain a footing

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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one of the enemies vessels the Asia

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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City of New York

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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Privateer Brigg Fair America

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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been called the Hard Winter

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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we took a spy by the name of Palmer who was tried and hung

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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Monmouth

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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Valley Forge

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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heard of the capture of Burgoyne - o Lord a rejoicing day

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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he was met by a man on horseback with a coonskin on his head for a hat in full speed, exclaiming with all his might "Burgoyne and all his army are...

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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Burgoyne and his army was taken

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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town of Danbury was burnt by the British

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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commenced a fire upon the British in Boston

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Made 23 Jul 2007

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