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" My intention is for Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington ; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon be after him to relieve you. "
The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and Debates of ... - Página 93
por Great Britain. Parliament - 1802
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The Parliamentary Register: Or, History of the Proceedings and ..., Volumen13

1779
...expeftation, and you can keep him at bay, be allured I fhall foon be after him to relieve you. After After your arrival at Albany, the movements of the enemy will guide yours. But my wifhes are, that\he enemy be drove out of this province before any operation takes place in Connecticut....
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volumen44

Massachusetts Historical Society - 1911
...Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon be after to relieve you." 1 The letter containing this extraordinary assurance of support did not reach Burgoyne...
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The American Revolution: In Two Volumes, Volumen1

John Fiske - 1891
...Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington ; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon...yours ; but my wishes are that the enemy be drove [s*c] out of this province before any operation takes place in Connecticut. Sir Henry Clinton remains...
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The American Revolution, Volumen1

John Fiske - 1891
...Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon...guide yours; but my wishes are that the enemy be drove [sic] out of this province before any operation takes place in Connecticut. Sir Henry Clinton remains...
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The American Revolution, Volumen1

John Fiske - 1891
...Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington ; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon...yours ; but my wishes are that the enemy be drove [sic] out of this province before any operation takes place in Connecticut. Sir Henry Clinton remains...
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The Chautauquan

1892
...reached him, saying that his intentions were for Pennsylvania. " After your arrival at Albany [he added] the movements of the enemy will guide yours ; but...place in Connecticut. Sir Henry Clinton remains in command here, and will act as occurrences may direct" When Gates superseded Schuyler in command the...
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Studies Military and Diplomatic, 1775-1865

Charles Francis Adams - 1911 - 424 páginas
...Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon be after him to relieve you." 2 The letter containing this extraordinary assurance of support did not reach Burgoyne until the middle...
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Studies Military and Diplomatic: 1775-1865

Charles Francis Adams - 1911
...Pennsylvania, where I expect to meet Washington ; but if he goes to the northward, contrary to my expectations, and you can keep him at bay, be assured I shall soon be after him to relieve you." 2 The letter containing this extraordinary assurance of support did not reach Burgoyne until the middle...
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The Revolutionary War and the Military Policy of the United States, Volumen1

Francis Vinton Greene - 1911 - 350 páginas
...and just before sailing for the Delaware, he sent Burgoyne a brief and indefinite reply saying that "after your arrival at Albany, the movements of the enemy will guide yours; ... Sir 1 Arnold, 190-195. ' Lossing, 150. ' Burgoyne, 25. 4 See page 78, ante. 1Burgoyne, 9, 11. Oct....
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The Revoulutionary War and the Military Policy of the United States

Francis Vinton Greene - 1911
...and just before sailing for the Delaware, he sent Burgoyne a brief and indefinite reply saying that "after your arrival at Albany, the movements of the enemy will guide yours; ... Sir 1 Arnold, 190-195. ' Lossing, 150. ' Burgoyne, 25. 120 1777 so Oct. 3 Clinton Moves up the...
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