Other Annotations by gscott2007, 201-220

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we followed this Regiment out about one mile to hear their musick and see them march

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Made 09 Feb 2008

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the United States Frigate Warren of thirty two guns

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Made 08 Feb 2008

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sloop of war Oliver Cromwell of twenty guns

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Made 08 Feb 2008

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British frigate Pool of 36 guns

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Made 27 Jan 2008

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ship Boston of 36 guns

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Made 27 Jan 2008

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had a musket ball shot through my hat

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Made 27 Jan 2008

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the Expedition to Long Island to take the British fort there

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Made 23 Jan 2008

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on account of the badness of the roads and the incumbrance of baggage, they did not arrive at White Plains until about day-break

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Made 21 Jan 2008

Page 11

he remembered being on guard when the enemy passed in their boats to land at Frog's Point

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Made 21 Jan 2008

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the British who lay in ambush

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Made 21 Jan 2008

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ship Putnam of twenty guns

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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massacred the principal part of the Garrison, then ordered the survivors to get out of the fort - and by assistance the wounded were seated on a Plank

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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Privateer Sloop Randolph

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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fought the English Frigate Watt

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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Frigate Trumbull

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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called the Great Neck Company

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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Continental ship Confederacy

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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patrolling the shore of the Sound, principally in the night, to seize property or persons suspected of being engaged in illicit trade - The guard consisted...

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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stationed in the town of Lyme in Conn upon Long Island Sound to prevent the illicit trade between the British and the Americans

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Made 20 Jan 2008

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that he helped bury 500 dead boddies at Monmouth

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Made 19 Jan 2008

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