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The Rangers

The Tory's Daughter

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Author: D.P. Thompson
Language: English
Wordcount: 138,056 / 399 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 65.4
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 465
mnybks.net#: 6899

A Tale Illustrative of the Revolutionary History of Vermont and the Northern Campaign of 1777

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her to Rogers, of Kent; and yet another to a trusty friend in Guilford, requesting each to be on, with a small band of resolute fellows; while I whipped over to Newfane myself, fixed matters there, and came round to Bennington to enlist David Redding, and a friend or two more; as I did, after I arrived, last night, though I was compelled to leave them my sleigh and horses to bring them over, which accounts for my begging a passage with you. So, you see, that if this beggarly rabble offer to make any disturbance, I shall be prepared to teach them the cost of attempting to put down the king's court."

"Things are getting to a strange pass among these deluded people, that is certain. I cannot, however, yet believe them so infatuated as to take this step. But if they should, decided measures should be taken--such, indeed, as shall silence this alarming spirit at once and forever."

"I hope," observed Miss Haviland, who had been a silent but attentive listener to the dialogue, "I hope no violence is really int

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