nkees left the valley, and the Pennymites, as the Pennsylvanians were called, took possession again.
On the night of Dec. 18 the Connecticut people, led by Lazarus Stewart, returned, and, attacking Fort Durkee, with the shout of Huzza for King George!
captured it and drove the Pennymites out of the valley.
In January following they returned in force, when Stewart, perceiving that he could not long resist them, fled from the valley, leaving a garrison of twelve men in the fort, who were made prisoners and sent to Easton.
Peace reigned there until near midsummer, when Capt. Zebulon Butler, with seventy armed men from Connecticut and a party under StewarStewart, suddenly descended from the mountains and menaced a new fort which Ogden had built.
The besieged, within strong works, were well supplied with provisions, and defied their assailants.
Ogden managed to escape, went to Philadelphia, and induced the governor (Hamilton) to send a detachment of 100 men to Wyoming.
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