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" Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob will find himself much mistaken. Th^ey have men amongst them who know very well what they are about... "
Rise of the United Empire Loyalists: A Sketch of American History - Page 82
by Frederic Gregory Forsyth - 1906 - 120 pages
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The Memorial History of Boston: Including Suffolk County ..., Volume 3

Justin Winsor, Clarence F. Jewett - Boston (Mass.) - 1882
...to believe were killed of the rebels." Of his adversaries he says : " Whoever looks upon them merely as an irregular mob will find himself much mistaken....having been employed as rangers against the Indians and Acadians ; and this country, being much covered with wood and hilly, is very advantageous for their...
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History of the Town of Arlington, Massachusetts: Formerly the Second ...

Benjamin Cutter, William Richard Cutter - Arlington (Mass.) - 1880 - 368 pages
...form into any regular body. Indeed they knew too well what was proper, to do so. AVhoever looks upon them as an irregular mob will find himself much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having been employed as Rangers against the Indians...
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HISTORY OF THE TOWN OF ARLINGTON, MASSACHUSETTS FORMERLY THE SECOND PRECINCT ...

BENJAMIN AND WILLIAM R. CUTTER - 1880
...form into any regular body. Indeed they knew too well what was proper, to do so. Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob will find himself much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having been employed as Rangers against the Indians...
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REMINISCENCES AND MEMORIALS OF MEN OF THE REVOLUTION AND THEIR FAMILIES

A. B. MUZZEY - 1882
...home. I never believed they [the rebels] would have had the perseverance I found in them yesterday They have men among them who know very well what they are about." The "Columbian Centinel" of Boston, under date September 3, 1817, gives the following obituary " In...
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Letters of Hugh, Earl Percy, from Boston and New York, 1774-1776

Hugh Percy Duke of Northumberland - United States - 1902 - 88 pages
...Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob, will find XVIII himself much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having been employed as Rangers agst the Indians & Canadians, & this country being much covd w. wood, and hilly, is very advantageous...
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Letters of Hugh, Earl Percy, from Boston and New York, 1774-1776

Hugh Percy Duke of Northumberland - United States - 1902 - 88 pages
...form into any regular body. Indeed, they knew too well what was proper, to do so. Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob, will find himself much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having been employed as Rangers agst the Indians...
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Old Boston Days & Ways: From the Dawn of the Revolution Until the Town ...

Mary Caroline Crawford - Boston (Mass.) - 1909 - 463 pages
...Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob, will find himself much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having been employed as Rangers agnst the Indians & Canadians, & this country being much covd with wood, and hilly, is very advantageous...
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Old Boston Days & Ways: From the Dawn of the Revolution Until the Town ...

Mary Caroline Crawford - Boston (Mass.) - 1909 - 463 pages
...in a very scattered irregular manner, but with perseverance & resolution. . . . Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob, will find himself much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having been employed as Rangers agnst the Indians...
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The Beginnings of the American Revolution: Based on Contemporary ..., Volume 3

Ellen Chase - United States - 1910
...Whoever looks upon them as an irregular mob will find themselves much mistaken. They have men amongst them who know very well what they are about, having...and Canadians; and this Country being much covered with wood, and hills, is very advantageous for their method of fighting. Nor are several of their men...
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The Siege of Boston

Allen French - Boston (Mass.) - 1911 - 450 pages
...Lord Percy confessed that he had learned something. "Whoever looks upon them [the Americans] merely as an irregular mob will find himself much mistaken....having been employed as rangers against the Indians and Arcadians. . . . Nor are several of their men void of a spirit of enthusiasm, . . . for many of them...
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