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" Friday, the llth of July, he arrived at Dunbar's camp. Through this and all the preceding day, men half-famished, without arms, and bewildered with terror, had been joining Dunbar; his camp was in the utmost confusion, and his soldiers were deserting... "
Book of the Royal Blue - Page 7
by Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company - 1904
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The History of an Expedition Against Fort Du Quesne, in 1755: Under Major ...

Winthrop Sargent - 1855 - 464 pages
...llth of July, he arrived at Dunbar's camp. Through this and all the preceding day, men half-famished, without arms, and bewildered with terror, had been...ebbing away. Informed of the disorganized condition of the remaining troops, he abandoned all hope of a prosperous termination to the expedition. He saw that...
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Memoirs of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Volume 5

1855
...llth of July, he arrived at Dunbar's camp. Through this and all the preceding day, men half-famished, without arms, and bewildered with terror, had been...ebbing away. Informed of the disorganized condition of the remaining troops, he abandoned all hope of a prosperous termination to the expedition. He saw that...
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Correspondence Between William Penn and James Logan, Secretary of the ...

Israel Acrelius, New Sweden. Upland court, William Penn - 1855 - 423 pages
...llth of July, he arrived at Dunbar's camp. Through this and all the preceding day, men half-famished, without arms, and bewildered with terror, had been...ebbing away. Informed of the disorganized condition of the remaining troops, he abandoned all hope of a prosperous termination to the expedition. He saw that...
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The Library of Historic Characters and Famous Events of All ..., Volume 6

Ainsworth Rand Spofford, Frank Weitenkampf, John Porter Lamberton - 1895
...nth of July, he arrived at Dunbar' s camp. Through this and all the preceding day, men half-famished, without arms, and bewildered with terror, had been...and his soldiers were deserting without ceremony. Braddock' s strength was now fast ebbing away. Informed of the disorganized condition of the remaining...
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