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Title: Early history of western Pennsylvania : and of the West, and of western expeditions and campaigns, from MDCCLIV to MDCCCXXXIII
Authors: Rupp, I. Daniel (Israel Daniel), 1803-1878., Kauffman, Daniel W., b. 1819.
Publication Info: Pittsburg, Pa. :, Harrisburg, Pa. : D. W. Kaufman ;, W. O. Hickok, 1846.
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Publisher's Notice.
• ...rection of Fort Du Quesne; George Washington's Expedition; capitulation of Fort Necessity, in 1754; General Braddock's arrival, progress of his march, defeat, &c., 1755; Colonel John Armstrong's E ...
• ...hington's, and other Provincial Agent's Journals, Treaties, Conferences; the correspondence between General Braddock and Governor Morris, and others; many important historical facts and thrilling inci ...
Table of Contents.
• ...itish Government determined to check the encroachments of the French in America, 91; The arrival of General Braddock in Virginia, with two regiments of regular troops, 91; Call upon Pennsylvania for m ...
• ... TABLE OF CONTENTS. campaign, 92; Expedition of General Braddock against Fort Du Quesne, 93; The appointment of Washington as one of his Aids, 93; H ...
• ...feat of the army, 101; The retreat under Washington, of the survivors, 105; The death and burial of General Braddock, 107; The panic of Colonel Dunbar, and his destruction of the stores and artillery, ...
• ... The causes of Braddock's defeat, 114; The burial of the relics of the slain, 112; Character of General Braddock, by Grahame, 115. CHAPTER VI. Campaign of 1756, again ...
Index.
• ...ur, a French fort, 28. Dytoquarioan, Indian, fought under Cahichtodoa, French interpreter, on General Braddock, 112. the Allegheny river, 31. Du Quesne Capt., a British officer, 225. ...
Chapter I. Christopher Columbus -- Discovery and Early settlement of The [...]
• ...he English government had made preparation to repel force by force. Early in the spring of 1755, General Braddock, arrived with a force from England. He commenced his preparations to repel and subd ...
Chapter IV. Washington's Expedition on The monongahela -- The Surprise and [...]
• ... WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. then at Winchester, and last at Alexandria, where they resided when General Braddock arrived. It was then deemed improper for them to go at large, observing the motions ...
• ... but he declined, on the ground that he had no instructions about prisoners. By the advice of General Braddock, the privates were put on board the transports, and sent to England. Mr. Drouillon ...
Chapter V. The British Government Determined to Check The Encroachments [...]
• ...mployed more than five hundred vessels, mostly owned by the merchants of the city. (2) Soon after General Braddock arrived in Virginia, he called upon the Governors of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvan ...
• ... WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA. fort Du Quesne, under the command of General Braddock in person, with the British troops, with such aid as he could derive from Maryland ...
• ...gainst them, yet anxious to advance the public service, commissioned Benjamin Franklin to wait upon General Braddock, not as from them, but as Postmaster-General, under the guise of settling with him ...
• ...umber of wagons amounted to only twenty-five, and not all of those were in a serviceable condition. General Braddock and all the officers were surprised, declared the expedition to be at an end, it be ...
• ...roops had landed in Pennsylvania, as in that province almost every farmer had his wagon and horses. General Braddock eagerly pressed Franklin to procure the horses and wagons in Pennsylvania.(3) He th ...
• ...Letter, in Spark's Washington, Vol. 11. page 78. (3) Franklin's Memoirs, Vol. II. page 143. (4) General Braddock was fully aware of the nature and value of this service. On the 5th of June lie wro ...
• ...r the service of his Majesty's forces, now about to rendezvous at Wills' Creek; and his excellency, General Braddock, having been pleased to empower me to contract for the hire of the same, 1 hereby g ...
• ...n, team, or other horse, at the time of contracting, if required, and the remain. der to be paid by General Braddock, or by the paymaster of the army, at the time of their discharge: or from time to t ...
• ... 98 HISTORY OF General Braddock, at length, amply furnished with every thing necessary for the expedition, and conf ...
• ...upon being allowed to adopt the Indian mode of warfare, and to shelter themselves behind trees; but General Braddock denied the request, and raged and stormed with great vehemence, calling them coward ...
• ...of Pa. July 24, 1755. * Tho following is extracted from a letter from Colonel Orme, Aid-decamp to General Braddock, to Governor Morris, dated Fort Cumberland, July 18, 1755: AJ list of the qfficers ...
• ...s: " "M. de Contrece,ur, the Commander of Fort Du Quesne, received intelligence of the arrival of General Braddock and the British regiments in Virginia. After his remove from Wills' Creek, French a ...
• ...he Provincial Records of Pennsylvania. (2) Colonel Smith, after giving an account of the manner of General Braddock's march, received at the fort, says: "1 Shortly after this, on the 9th day of J ...
• ...smaH a party. I was then in high hopes that they would soon fly before the British troops, and that General Braddock would take the fort and rescue me. " I remained anxious to know the event of thi ...
• ...r me to behold, I retired to my lodgings both sore and sorry." Thus terminated the expedition of General Braddock. An army of twelve hundred chosen men, with a reserve to fall back upon, composed i ...
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