At New Bridge Sergeant McLaughlin, with six of the Rangers in advance, fell in with and either killed or took the whole of a small rebel outpost.
On the 12th of November official information was sent by the Adjutant General to Lieut. His headquarters were at York, now called Toronto.
Simcoe received orders to proceed instantly to the Jersies, where General Knyphausen, having thrown a bridge of boats over the Sound, near Elizabethtown Point, was encamped. He was sent to join Lord St. His Lordship was pleased to express himself favorably in regard to the scheme; but said he could not permit it to be undertaken, for that the whole of the army must share one fate.
He immediately declared in orders: They were very active in all the movements of the British army and formed a part of the troops commanded by Earl Cornwallis at Yorktown. The Hussars soon afterward returned to Staten Island.
Sterling communicated to Lieut. The post was such as might have been a temptation to an enterprising enemy; but General Knyphausen, by frequent and well-concerted expeditions, had kept the rebels fully employed in their own cantonments, the Jersies.
Simcoe, on his return from Elizabethtown Point, where the enemy passed, had information that a party of plunderers had crossed from the Jersies to the other end of the Island.
Some of their boats were sent to him, and the remainder were in forwardness when, on the 23d of March,the infantry of the corps received orders to embark for Charlestown, which it did on the 4th of April.
The capitulation was signed on the 19th of October. But it is the Lieut. The first enterprise he meant to attempt was to surprise Col. A greater number got safe to New York, and, had the war continued, there was little doubt but the corps would have been re-assembled in detail.
On the first gun being fired, patrols had been made on all sides by the cavalry, and the infantry slept undisturbed, Lieut.
The soldiers were permitted to undress themselves at night, and in case of alarm they were directed to accoutre in their shirts, and to form at their posts.
Several enlisted in it to facilitate their escape, and being caught in the attempt, were executed. In he was appointed Governor of Saint Domingo, and in he was commissioned a Lieutenant General in the British army.
He knows its universal spirit, and certain from the fidelity of those on guard, that the garrison cannot be snatched away by surprise, is confident that Richmond redoubts will be too dear for the whole rebel army to purchase.
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