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. Empty it must ever remain; only the name of Arnold suggests the reason why. Historians accord to Arnold exceptional bravery on that day, and better had it been for him had the enemy's wound been fa of the last battle with General Burgoyne, General Arnold and several officers dined with General Gancreased. We all rose from the table, and General Arnold, addressing General Gates, said, Shall I being pressed, said, I am afraid to trust you, Arnold. To which Arnold answered, Pray let me go; IArnold answered, Pray let me go; I will be careful, and if our advance does not need support I will promise not to commit you. Gates im he might go and see what the firing meant. Arnold lost no time in advancing with his brigade, anfort and the whole regiment entered it. General Arnold, whose energy gave spirit to the whole actrk at the lines should he attempt to advance. Arnold contended for the former, saying that the asseir own lines. The opinion expressed by General Arnold in this discussion was probably the cause [1 more...]