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Nathanael Greene An Examination of Some Statements Concerning Major General Gre

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Nathanael Greene An Examination of Some Statements Concerning Major General Gre
Greene, George Washington, 1811-1883
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Our artillery behaved incomparably well. Colonel Magaw is charmed at their conduct in firing at the ship, and in the fields. I left the island at three o'clock this afternoon. We had lost but one man : he was killed by a shell that fell upon his head. We have brought off some of the enemy from the field of battle, and more are still lying on the ground dead. " I am anxious to know the state of the troops in the grand army : whether they are high or low- spirited ; whether well or ill posted ; w...hether a bat- tle is expected or not. We must govern our oper- ations by yours. The troops here and on the other side are in good spirits, but I fear quitting Fort In- dependence will oblige Magaw to draw in his forces into the garrison, as the enemy will have a passage open upon his back. I fear it will damp the spirits of his troops. He did not expect it so soon. If the barracks are not burnt in the morning, and the enemy don't press too hard upon us, we will try to get away some of the boards.

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