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An Authentic Journal of Occurrences Which Happened Within the Circle of Major Meig's Observations, in the Detachment Commanded by Col. (Now General) B
by Return Jonathan Meigs


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Excerpt from An Authentic Journal of Occurrences Which Happened Within the Circle of Major Meig's Observations, in the Detachment Commanded by Col. (Now General) Benedictine Arnold: Consisting of Two Battalions Which Were Detached From the Provincial Army at Cambridge Against Quebec

Northward. S7. In the mornin I went to Dead to. Proceeded up the river, which river and toolspartof apt. Goodrielt's continues its courfo N. W. Between companyand returned to the third two.high mountains, and encamped at pond, Where I met with Capt. Ward's the great carrying-placeywhich is is company. At evening returned to miles and a half a-crofs, including 3 Dead river; marched one mile up and pondt which we were obliged to pan. Encamped with Capt. Banchet. As. I traded, thetgreat place as far is. In the mornin ordered 3 men as the third ndr there I had the to kill a oxen (wh'i we had driven plsal'ure of di overing Lieut. Steel and. With great difficulty to this place) and party who'laad been font forwards on a to bring 5 quarters to the detachment, seconnottrtng command as far as 'and to ave 3 quarters under a uard Chaudiere ponds they difcdvered no. (or Col. Bnos's divilion. Then pro thing with regard to the enemy. Ceeded up the river with my divtlion returned heels and lodged with Col. With the gated expedition to Chau Green. Diere, in order there to make up out ts. In the morning repaired the l'e cartridges, and waitforthe reardi'vtiion, cond pond, ond went to t e river, and and to furniih a number of pioneers, gave orders which i received from Col. Under Mr. Ayres to clear the carrying Arnold for building a block-houl'e, place. And then returned and, crofl'ed the hrib 19. Col. Arnold joined us, and t pond and encamped this day at the Col. Green's divillon. The landwve great carrying-place with the 4th divi pall'ed this day was very fine, thinl on of the army, confiding'of three timbered. And ntollly covered wit companies of marquee-men, high graft.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780282515416
  • ISBN-10: 0282515410
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 20
  • Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.04 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.09 pounds


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