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the woods; between one quarter and one third of a mile in the rear of the Chap. XXIII.} 1781. March 15. second was the third position, where he drew up his best troops obliquely, according to the derce of Cornwallis displayed into line, advanced at quick step, gave their Chap. XXIII.} 1781. March 15. fire, shouted, and rushed forward with bayonets. While they were still in the open field, at to recross a ravine. Webster himself received wounds which in a few days Chap. XXIII.} 1781. March 15. proved to be mortal. The second battalion of the guards, led by Lieutenant-Colonel Stewart,my. The last as well as the first in the engagement were the riflemen of Chap. XXIII.} 1781. March 15. Campbell, who continued firing from tree to tree till they were compelled to fly by the cavalrst General Arnold was in the Chesapeake, are convincing proofs that small Chap. XXIII.} 1781. March 15. expeditions do not frighten that powerful province. Commis. Clinton, Cornwallis, 50. Th