Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Gen. Charles Lee” in chapter 211, page 530 of Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Documents and Narratives, Volume 2.:
... some way which will make itself felt, ample, and, if need be, vindictive retaliation.
Very early in the Revolutionary War, this same question was raised by the British commanders, in the case of Gen. Charles Lee .
He was British-born, and had been an officer in the regular British army.
He resigned, and took up arms for the colonists.
He was taken prisoner in the first year of the war, and carried to Ne...
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