Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Admiral Cockburn” in entry north-point-battle-of of Harper's Encyclopedia of United States History:
...ch the movements of the invaders and act as circumstances might require.
Some volunteers and militia were also sent to co-operate with Stricker.
Feeling confident of success, Ross, accompanied by Admiral Cockburn , rode gayly in front of the troops as they moved towards Baltimore.
They had marched about an hour, when they halted and spent another hour in resting and careless carousing at a tavern.
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