Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Col. Seth Warner” in entry hubbardton-battle-at of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
...a was discovered.
They overtook their rear-guard, about 1,200 strong, July 7, 1777, at Hubbardton, Vt. The main body of St. Clair's army had marched towards Castleton, leaving the rear-guard, under Col. Seth Warner , to gather up stragglers.
While waiting their arrival, Warner was struck by the van of the pursuers, and a sharp engagement took place.
Colonel Francis, of New Hampshire, was killed.
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