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" ... below. Boone, who had regained his usual sagacity, instantly cut a trench within the fort in such a manner as to intersect the line of their approach, and thus frustrated their design. The enemy exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare,... "
Incidents of Border Life: Illustrative of the Times and Condition of the ... - Sivu 299
tekijä(t) Joseph Pritts - 1841 - 491 sivua
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Early History of Western Pennsylvania: And of the West, and of Western ...

Israel Daniel Rupp - 1846 - 2 sivua
...ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were steadily repulsed in every effort. At length finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate, but...garrison, and seeing no prospect of final success, Du Quesne raised the seige on the ninth day and returned home. Kenton did not accompany Colonel Boone...

Early History of Western Pennsylvania, and of the West, and of Western ...

Israel Daniel Rupp - 1848 - 758 sivua
...ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were steadily repulsed in every effort. At length finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate, but...garrison, and seeing no prospect of final success, Dn Quesne raised the seige on the ninth day and returned home. Kenton did not accompany Colonel Boone...

Mirror of Olden Time Border Life: Embracing a History of the Discovery of ...

Joseph Pritts - 1849 - 700 sivua
...exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were steadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...the ninth day of the siege and returned home. The lo*s of the garrison was two killed and four wounded. On the part of the savages, thirty-seven were...

Mirror of Olden Time Border Life: Embracing a History of the Discovery of ...

Joseph Pritts - 1849 - 700 sivua
...success, they broke up on the ninth day of the siege and returned home. The lo*s of the garrison was two killed and four wounded. On the part of the savages,...were killed and many wounded, who, as usual, were carried off. This was the last siege sustained by Boonsborough. — The country had increased so rapidly...

Historical Sketches of Kentucky: Embracing Its History, Antiquities, and ...

1850 - 544 sivua
...exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were steadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...the part of the savages, thirty-seven were killed ami many wounded, who, as usual, were all carried off. This was the last siege sustained by Boonsborough....

Sketches of Western Adventure: Containing an Account of the Most Interesting ...

John Alexander McClung - 1852 - 315 sivua
...exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were steadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...and many wounded, who, as usual, were all carried oflf. This was the last siege sustained by Boonesborough. The country had increased so rapidly in numbers,...

Historical Collections of the Great West: Containing Narratives ..., Niteet 1–2

Henry Howe - 1855 - 448 sivua
...exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but wers steadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...fatal fire of the garrison, and seeing no prospect of (inal success, they broke up on the ninth day of the siege, and returned home. The loss of the garrison...

Historical Collections of the Great West: ... Individual ..., Niteet 1–2

Henry Howe - 1856
...all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were •teadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...two men killed and four wounded. On the part of the aavages, thirty-seven were killed and many wounded, who, as usual, were all Carried off. Late in the...

Nights in a Block-house; Or, Sketches of Border Life: Embracing Adventures ...

Henry Clay Watson - 1856 - 448 sivua
...exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but were steadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...and returned home. The loss of the garrison was two killed and four wounded. On the part of the savages, thirty-seven were killed and many wounded, who,...

Historical Collections of the Great West: Containing Narratives ..., Niteet 1–2

Henry Howe - 1857
...exhausted all the ordinary artifices of Indian warfare, but wers steadily repulsed in every effort. Finding their numbers daily thinned by the deliberate but...many wounded, who, as usual, were all carried off. Late in the fall succeeding, Gen. M'Intosh marched from the vicinity of Pittsburgh, with one thousand...




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