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June 17, 1823, edition 1 /
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- At Ifct strsnss of tun r(Wlinieiit av
" fcrfinninj to bear rtllxr an lmcr ratio to the
, rttrijto, the CJiitfr U rm,p( JU-.I to ak-pt nunc
. jiUajhat promises a bttur rewsrd fur bi Ulop
lfitoreTljojJmce m tuts fcBcc,liUio,
ha been too tirtlrM, , 1'spcrs Lay b
- M I gTcl aaeey are wnknown to the Mltvr",
aether personally of by report tbef pay gl 50
. ia advance l end It seems that U !1 msny of them
ever (ptand to pay, after receiving tbe psper
one, t wp, and thrtt year. In future, the term
of the Western CsroEiiia win be u follows i
Thru dolLm I ijeaf, payablcyearly U advance.
Every paper scat at -Laane, wdl bf dieo
tlnued after the time bai aspired fur which It
. hat been paid fur, unlets the subscriber! known
t be good In the latter ease, the paper will be
. eent until paid for tna oMerHi to be etopt
Advertisements ill be Inserted at fifty cent
per square fur (he Int Insertion, and twenty-fire
centi fur each subsequent one. Advertisements
fivra a distance mue be paid for, or their pay
raent assumed by a responsible person, before
they can be fmblUlied.
- AH letters aMrest N the Wltor. wmt be
fm-paid, or they will nof be attended to. .-. y.
Vevt Arrangement. ,
THE public are retpectfully irformcd, that
the Mmantttt Run tin which has been
for a number of tears transacted by Djnitl
Crews sen. of SlliJwry, will in f uture be con
ducted by me, in the same b lldinjf i where ev.
cry necessary attention aiw particularity will be
given, to render satisfaction to those w bo may
please to favor me with their custom.
SaUttvry, Mart A 28, IHU.'Vxt
Tbe Coppersmithing, and Tin Plate business,
heretofore transacted by I). Cress, sen. will in
future be conducted by me, at the same place.
Those who favor me ith their custom, may de
prnd on hat ing their work done with neatness,
durability and despatch.
: MtfU. EDWARD CRESS.
SnteAsborn1 liota & Lands
,N the twenty -4bird dy of June neit, on the
premises m ttie Town of Hnccdsborooirh,
of Land, the prupcrtv ot the ne-dtboro' Town
Company. Six and twelve months eredit will
be given, and bond and security required of the
purciusers. . JOHN JUVfl, -
Aftnn for the Ctnpany.
Bneedsboro1, May 23, 18X1. 3tJ8
-'IfiSt&to'of 3. a. Vtaraon.
k T May Term of Rowan county court, 1823,
JJL the subscriber obtained letters of admin,
ietration on the estate tt Jesse A. Pearson,
All persons indebted to laid estate, are re
S tested to make payment without delay i and
ose havinr demands against the same, are re
quested to nae them duly prest-nted for settle.
ment within the time prescribed by law, or this
notice will be pled in bar of recovery.
June, 1823 6wt61 A. NESB1TT, adm'r.
17HX be sold, at Mocks Old Field, in Row.
ft an county, on the twenty-third of June
next, (the sale to continue from day to day) the
personal property belonging to the estate of
Sn. Jesse A. rearson t consisting of a large and
liable stock of Horses, Cattle, Hogs, lie.
fanning utensils, household and kitchen furni.
ture, and various other articles.
Also, at the same time and place, will be of
fered for sale, a number of valuable NEGROES,
consisting of men, women, boys and girls.
Terms of credit, &c. will be made known on
the daye of asle. A. NESBITT, admr.
Ma;, 28, 1833. 459
Windsor CUtur fHokltig.
X PpiIF. subscribers respectfidly,. iiuoim-thoie
aZ vsr pt the purpdse ef sajTying-oa the above
"" businei Iri aH its branches, They Are well pre
- pared to make all kinds of Wiiulsor and Fancv
Cliairs, from Rl2 to R120 oer seL Gentlemeii
i "'" n-jjii vuau wi kiiccs, may reiy up-
' Vfi.htnV.'illArvn ni Vln'Tu ...... 1 .
on naving mem as elegantly, made at the ahop
i pf ihe mhacriUssr-aa at anynhcrhrthrStaTe:
- . Old chairs and settees repaired, at a reasonable
I raw, and on snort notice.
The subscribers are also comnlete'v nrenared.
with a good stock of timber, to niake ail kinds of
4 Vciltteaih, at trom S3 tu g25. . :
I tiEO. W. GRIMES,
I . 39 JOHN COOPER.
Twtiity DoWavs lieard.
negro fellow, named STEVENt
a stout, well made, fellow, abour
twenty-six ypars of age, soue
down look, cross eyed.' upper fore
teeth decayed, supposed to have
On blile liii'srv rnut. liotit titnF
: pantaloons r was bdujfht from a negro drover o
J tlie name of Wilson, who said he bought him
I My. Coleman, near DsnWlle, N, Carolina,
I sdlncgTO ha wife and two children in that
I neighborhood, and will, of course, make for that
I . place. Any person taking up and confining said
I negro in any jail, so that the ownetwih ret him.
I shall receive the above reward, with all lawful
I expenses paid. Letter! directed to Yorkville
post office, S, C. WJ1 be thankfully received by ;
? 3t58! ' W. BAKROW.
VNEW and well constructed Thrsshhif Ma
chin fir sale, it the store iif XUmf U
li k. A credit o( twelve months U be iten
to the purchaser, -
eVty;tota tor Aut.
rilHKettbsertber Kwviitat )Uf session' last
I ult lilted an wnlcr fur the stle of nine ne
(rrors bcluiipm)( to the estate of Ale I. I roli jrk,
dec M. will eipuse the unit to pul'lc mW, at the
Court House ia ftelisburr, on l urwUv the 1st of
July neit. The terms will be twelve mouths
creJiV-nutea, ith approved securities.
ie3,I823. i.J2 .
louue for 8nc.
WILL k11 my Hmise ainl Lot in Sa
lisbury, on accomnMnlatinr terms.
Apply to T, L. Cowsn, ri. or to myself. In tU
leifh. 1 Dere Is footl office b.kiii(pnj to the
km, convenient lor a uiwyer or i nvsirian,
Sub. bury, M.trrk 8, 1823. -'4 Iff
rTIIIR Coramissionrri appointed by Court for
C tnt purpose, of contractmr for the buikl
Ins of a l'mviHmn In the Town of CncrJ,
w ill attend at the Court.Mouse in Concord, on
the ith day of July neit, for the purpose of re
ccivinf proposals for makm; and delivering'
brick and lumber, and uumif the mason and car
penter work of aaid Court J louse, &c
. CEO. KLUTTH,
' P. BARRIXCr.K,
; AftRM C. M'KEE, VCsie
JOHN PHI PER, ami
.Was 24, 1811.. 3U9
P f IAS arrived, and now offers bis
1 1 sr mere to thr ci'iens of tltr
ton of Slibury, snl its iciiv,
in the scveml di prtrnmH of his
profession. He niay be found at Mr,
&iAArv, Jv 3, 1H2J. 56
1 CENKUAL mrctinir of the stockholders of
V the North Caruliita Cstahs Nsviiration
Company, is re'iuirt-U at the ( ourt HMie in !jii
colnton, on the 3 "h day of June nnt, at which
time ami place an election will be hrld for Pres
ident and Directors in sid ooiiinr, snd other
; business of importance to the nieres1i of the
company rii,ct-d. All tliov iiilrrrr-
a . . w -
Board.- - - - 3tJ8
DVNCAN CAMPtTEf t; TVrVT.
- Sign, 0 wV nid Uouae
p EO. W. GRIMES begs leave to Inform the
M citisens of halubury, am the surrouhdlMjf
country, that be still continues to execute ail
kinds of house, sign, coach, and ornamental
Painting. Having procured an ample supply of
niaicrtaia, ami naving, lor a numoer 01 years
past, devoted almost his whole attention to ac
quire a competent knowledge of this branch of
business, he feels confident of being able to give
satisfaction to those who mat, -be pleased to fa
vor him with orders in the above line. Gilding
and blazing win also be executed in a neat man
ner, and on reasonable terms. He also keeps
on hand, for sale, copal and Japan Varnith.
Wanted, as an apprentice to the above bus!
ness, one or two lads, from litol6 vearsof age.
of steady and industrious habits i to whom, if
they prove themselves deserving of it, a good
cnance win oe given.
Saitbury, Ftl S, 1823. S9
The thorough bred Iiorse
WILL stand this season at my
stable in Salisbury, and he
let to mares at the price of eiirht
O.AtvjC ""oars me season) nre uouars me
lean, to be paid when the mare takes the horse,
with liberty to turn to tne season should the
mare not prove with foal.
Dion is now nine years old. His dam was by
the imported horse Charriot ; his sire, the old
imported Dion, whose pedigree almost every
person is well acquainted with.
JQilin certainly ranks with the best horses ever
trained on. 4h- 4tolM)wfr:4iyiamuPb"-.i
iwmiui, mymviiti.y.taT.x)htz- Duine f
aadthrce one-mile heats; also, the best three m
Dion Is a beautiful bav, riinir fifteen hands
uigli. . Fur muscular power, and elegance of
action, tie cannot be excelled.
1 here are a few nilts fTOlU uion i and tliouiru
thcyre the produce 6f common mares, they are
uncommon in point of size, form and beauty.
The season har already commenced, and will
terminate the 1st of August. " , ' ""
Salitbury, May IS, 1323. . 10t63; '
LTAKE this method to inform my friends,
aiuLttiepublicavirge. " ow-occnpy
the house- wherein Capt." Jseob Krkler formerly
lived, and which has lately been in possession of
Mr, Thos. Holmes, as a public bouse i where 1 am
how prepared to accommodate travellers, and all
others who may please to call. There are good
stables attached to the establishment, which shall
always be well attended, and well supplied with
fodder and grain. ATew isarirrt w ill be taken,
on moderate terms. .' A
There is a rood store-room attached to the
house, which will be rented from now to the
t of Mav, or perhaps lomrer, or for any inter-
idiate terra. . J.VO. SMI TH.
:Sa!i$ouH,, MarcM7 l&XS i" ;i?
T70R sale at the office' of the CroIi(Bn 1 .and,
JL also, Constables1 Capjaaa.
BATTLE OP irNG'i BOl'NTAt.
. ras tat srrot atrttts.
TO THE I'tltLIC.
Durln;th !M feif.Mr, Wm.fe. iVei-
ton., a grand son of .Ik UCJ.. ymjuilhiitf Iliv40cjwf, MttCsrolin
Camtlicll,msd ipubticstlonln !ic ticwv Us fessdiyt I wen! SO of 80 mllei I- in
ripen, under U suture, anJ hndcfl
r .sa.15n4.ure,. .rvj pfsocu
.npbxll and (.ovemor Shcl
colonel timpocll anl coventor anci
bf . J P''oreiseI object ortl4lddrfis,
Wil tOCUltn lor Ml ancestor, as cummin
ilcrof tbe American forcei t the ImHlf
of Klnj'i Mountain, the chief honera of
mai vicior?, ana 10 comroven some sisie
menu reunvo 10 mai u"J"U nisgs
tome 01 m? pr vaie uiitrt 10 tne ute ,o
vernor oevieroi icnncsK, sinicn ieucr
came to the knowledre of the world, end
of Mr. Preston, ty the Inadvertent aubll
cation or lhtm by the eon of Governor
Seier, after tbe death of his Wher. In
the course of biiaddrea,Mr. Preiion has
thought proper to question my veracity
to deny the etetemenle made In taose let.
lera, and to impute to me the most du-
honorable motive! and purpose!.
I paused and beaiuted lotir at to the
course I ought to pursue. Conscioue of
m inteKtitr, I tell a proud confidence,
that my reputation coild not be effected
nvtneproois snu eninuovtruons 01 Mr.
rreiton that it was placed above the
resrh of calumny and 41 attempts to dis-
honor it. Out the UbondeDTorts that have
been turd, to k'ivc the nost eatensive cir-
cul-tiort and the most perminent e Bert to
the publication of Mr. Preston, have de
ternimed mr to reply tt It. lest bv my ai-
Irnre I nnjht be roniilered as acquire-
tiiK in the justice of hit aitertlona and
It is with the moat sincere and heartfelt I
xrel that I undertake the tatki because
in the couraeof my defence it will be ne-
ressry for me to apeak of circumstances,!
a t a a a . a a sl - . " 1 I
w iucn 1 naa ramer nave oeen constgnrq 1
to oblivion; circumstances calculated in
some degree to affect the time of Col.
Campbell, and perhaps to wound the feel-
me,e 01 many 01 his numerous and moat
respectable rtlativea and connections.
But the Unexpected DUbllCsnon of mvlnreis on the next dav. aid Immediatelt
, . - , , t 1
private. lettera to an old Iriefid, and thellsiued an order calling upon a the mill
attack consequently made tipenene by Mr. I
and painful end invldurma ea the task mar
. . . - . . . .
dc, 1 owe it tomyaelt, to my potterity,
and to my country, toAertorra it- I could
have wished moil earneitTy'lo have been I
apared thia developement, but circumatan
cea seem not to permit it.
If, in the course of thia investigation,
Ucta should be diKlosed, injurious to the
ame of Lol. Campbell, let it be remem
bered, that I have been forced into it by
imperious necessity. Sacred aa the nsem-
ory of Col. Campbell may be, It will be
recollected, that I also have e character
and reputation which are dear to me, and
which it ia one of my highest dutiea to
maintain and defend. Tie history of my
ife haa never before been atained by an
imputation of falsehood and dishonor. I
am now in my seventy-third year, and a!-
most the only object of worldly ambition
that remains between me and the grave,
is, that my memory may descend untar-
nished to my posterity and to my coun-
try that country which has appreciated,
my services, perhaps too highiy, and with
bountiful and generous hand, heaped up.
on me rewarda and honors far beyond my this statement.
poor deserving. Out how must ahe blush It aurely cannot detract from the raer
at my name and the recollectioi of those ita of Col. Campbell that this expedition
honors which her mistaken emitude baa waa not set on foot by him, but by oibera.
conferred upon me, if I am guilty of the I
raise. ioou sua aeiamauon, wun wnicn Air. 1
Preston has charged me ! I am not gull-
y, my countrymen, and before any other
tribunal than y.oura, I would have scorned
to reply to the unworthy accusatlona with
,wiuvu a am aawMteor- 1
nd Iear, and to show the grounds upon
which I have made the atatementa con-1
talhed in my private letters, I shall attempt
10 Rive some account 01 ine oaiue oiiaio oi uic ncaicat mum; . itciMwr-:
VlmtrrtamrthtrrirnnnitccliiiLr stale, llus war aurely tbe natural
which led, to it.
Upon the defeat of Genera Gates and
he American army at the battle of Cam-J
den, on the leth of August, 1780, the
Southern States were almost entirely
abandoned to the cnemv. a The inteOi' I M'Dowell, and many of the refugees be
gence of that disastrous affair, and Jthe. de-1 fore mentioned ; end when assembled, our
feat of General Sumpter which soon fol-1
loed.BDread universal consternation and
alarm." i?A!I the bodies C raifitia'that ere
in arms through' the country, were com'
pelled to fly before 1 thrf enemySomi of
jhese tSetchrftentipart of wh
mandrd) fled towards the .mountains and
were holly pursued by Maj. Fergtisson,.of
the"Bihish army, with a airottg forces
Failing in his attempt to intercept their
retreat, he took" pbs( at Gilbert Town., At
that place .he paroled a prisoner! (one
Samuel Philips, a distant connection of
mine,) and instructed him to Inform the
officers 00 the Western waters, that if.
they did riot desist Jrom their opposition
to the BritislrarinlijndiakeZpmeciion
under, his standard be ould. march his
irmr over iht mountain, hang their le
de ri, and lay iheis country wait (th r
atid sword.- rbiliips lived near to niv
rasidenct, and cimo itlrcctly to rot
Ms lntlltin4:o.' I then ommntlcd the
uol. Jivlsr, who wiltkf t.(T- UM (Orn
derofVah niii.ouni.. M. Carol na.ta
i,lrurm tm 0f lh- roetM-t rtcrlv
- ed. and to anncert with Mm messurea for
our defence. After umi ennsuttatlon we
determined to march with all the men e
eyij r4Wf n Ufrnpt to inrpris fer
mii, bf wckinir Mm in hie camp, or
Bl i0y ril bef B w.i prepared for in.
yt acrordinjrlf. appointed llm en.
Ki,ce ,j rendf tsoua. It was known to us
Mme two or thre. bundreJ en1Ti:1
w no hjd been under the command of Col
M'Dowell. and were driven bv tbe tut
Ceia of the eneme from the lower cotm
,r,f 9trt then on the weatero waters, am
moitf i ,h couniy of Waiblntton, N
c. We aaw tome of their efllcrrt belore
e ptrtedj Col. Sevier en,'aerd to rive
notice to these refureet. and to brln them
Into our measure. On my part, I under-
took to orocure the aid and ro orwation
0f Col. Vm. Campbell, of Wahlnjjton
county, VrKli.i4, and the men of that
I county if practicable. "
IIvinir mude the arraneemrnta with
Sevier. I returned home immediately, and
drvoted mi self to all the necessary nrepa
rationa for our intended enterprise. I
l wrote to Col. Campbell, ioforminr blm
wh.it Jrler and I had agreed on, and ur
eed him to i .in us with all the men he
could raise. 1 his letter I aent txprcaa 10
him at hia own hous;, forty mites distant.
by my brother Moiea Shelby. Col. Camp
bell wrote roe for answer, that he had de
termincd to raiae what men he could and
march down bv Flower-sD.to the South
. . a
ern Uortlers or Virginia, to oppose ixra
Cornwallia when he approached that atate ;
that he atili preferred thia courae to the
one proposed by Sevier and myself, and
therefore declined agreeing to meet us.
Of thia I notified Col. Sevier by an ci
tU of tKc county to hold themselves in
tmadmeit roinarcllinhe nmilffpoMeuTfoTcolnmandl submitted to what waa done.
il fetuhowetier. aome disappointment at
the reply of. Col. Campbell. 1 be t hero
kee towns were not more than 80 or 100
miles from the frontiers of my county.
and we had received Information that
these Indiana were preparing for a formi-
dabfe attack upon us in tbe courae of
few weeks J I wai therefore unwilling we
should take away the whole disposable
force of eur countiea at auch e time and
without the aid of the militia under Col.
CampbeH'e command, I feared that we
could not otherwise have 1 sufficient force
to meet Fergusson. I therefore wrote a
second letter to Col. Campbell, and sent
the same messenger back with it Imme
dutely.to whom I communicated at large
our views and intentions, and directed him
to urge them on Col. Campbell. This
letter and meiaenger had the desired ef
feet, and Campbell wrote me that he would
meet us at the time arid place appointed,
If Mr. Preston and his relations have been
as. tareJwl aUUaJiai U -sfcey-siae
been of aome othera, and will' publish
them, they will prove tne correctness 01
He lived in Virginia, state of coropara
live security anu wpir(iiuiuiiuui,
own atate when ahe should be invaded.-
We lived in North Carolina, a great pan
of which suto ;a prostrate before the
British arms. We were nearer to, the en?
emyiftUH wc ctciiitaisucui mi ,u.
iion'ahd vengeance meditated against us,
and to strike the first blow. -1 o do this
effectually, w asked for; and received the
and ordinary courae of things. The 25th
day of September, 1780, at Wataga, were
the time and place appointed for ourren
dezvous. cot. oevier naa sncceeaea in
engaging in our enterprize Col. Charlea
forces were as follows j" Col. Wm. Camp
bell prlth- lOOnftnif n" frSrfi IWIsBIhgton
cdun'tyvViyclln 1 Sevier, with 240.
men from Washington county Nbrth Car
otina ; Cot. Charles M'Dowell, with 160
men front the icoimttet t Burke 6ftd Ru
thjerford, who had fled before the enemy
to the .WestenJlVaUra?!-and 340 men
from Sullivan dountyi North Carolina, tiu
der my command. On the next day,
(26th of the month,) we began our march,
crossed the mountains, and oh the 30th
were joined by Col. Benjamin Cleveland
with 350 men from the counties of Wilkes
and Surry, North Carolina. ' The little
disorders and irregularities which began
to prevail among our undisciplined troop.
created muck uneasiness in the tomnun-J
fflnf fifftcerv u,t colonr!s fonu'wr.f1
reRiments.' We mrt in the tvtt.i ;
consulted abnutour futuie tprrii . .
was resolved to en1 Ij t.rsj (:gnnt
a GentrslO.T.cerlo command r ! i!,
fi the "weinM'Tf w. '"j'llimrtt ia t w, i
ril evert lv i rleterminf eri jhe. r..f
lire I to be pttMue Ua4 sppolnt cms cf t,ur
Own bndt nut the rr Into eircuiion. I
was pot sstIQel with this course, at I
thought it rsUulsted to produce dcliy,
hen etprr!liLn and despatch were all
mpotnt to us. We were then within
II or II miles of Gilbert Town, whera
we aonnnsfdrertusson to be. I sugges
ted these things to the council, and then
observed to the officer, that we were all
North Carolinians except Col. Campbell, .
who was from Virginls t that I knew hint
to hm a man of good sense snd warmly au
larhed to the caute of his country that
he commanded the largest regiment 1 ana
that If they concurred with me, we would,
nntil e general, cffif rr shenld arrive from
head quarters, sppolnt Ante command ut,
and march ImmriiUtrlr against the ene
mv. Te this twopoai ion seme one' or'
two said, 'agreed.. No wrliten mlnut
or record was made ol it. . 1 m"l Ibt
proposiiion to silence the evpeetattont of ,
Col. M'Diiwcll to command ushe bcinrj
the commanding officer of ihe District we
were theh In, and hd comrranded the ar
miea of mlliiia assembled In that quarter
all the summer before egainst the asm '
enemy, lie was a bave and patriotic, "
man, but we considered him too far ad '
vanced in life, and too inactive for the
command of au. h an enterpiixe as wo
were then engaged In. 1 waa aurc he
would not aerve under e tounger officer'
rom his own state, and hoped thai his feel
ings would, in some degree, be saved by
the appointment rf Col. Campbell, In
thia way, and upoB-mv-augweatlonr-wat ;
Col Camplell raided to the command, end '
nor on account of any ufiru m'btary tut
tntt or rxfirtienct he m tuftfioird 1 ftot ,
$rn. tie naa no previous acquaintance
with any of the Colonels except myself,
nor had he at that time acquired any expe
rience of distinction In war that we knew .
of. Cel. M'Dowell, who bad the good of -
hia country more at heirjhininf tiUff
but wwerre! main he could not te ptrv
mined to command, he would be the met
aenger to re to Head Quartera for the
general officer, lie accordingly started
immediately, leaving hia men under hit
brother lfj. Joseph M'Dowell, end Cel.
Campbell asiumed the chief commandi
te was, however, to be regulated end el V
rected by the determinations of the Cole '
nels, who were te meet in council ever
On tbe morning af.ef the appointment
of Cot. Campbell we proceeded toward!
Gilbert Tewn, but found that Fergusson,
pprised of our approach, bad left there t . -
few days before. On the next night it '
waa determined, in the council of officerlr- '
to pursue him unremittingly, with ea oia
ny of our troops as could be well armed ',
and well mounted,' leaving the weak hor'
tea and footmen to follow on as fast as
they Could. We accordingly started about
ght the nett morning with 9J0. men -
thus alecled. Continuiof diligently our
pursuit all that day, we were joined at the '
Cow-pena on the 6th by Col. Joha WiJ.T
Hams, ot bouth. Carolina, and sersral EelJ ;
officera, with about 400 men. Leatbint;
rom bim the situation and distance or
tbe enemy, we travelled all that night and"
the next day through heavy rains, and
came up with them about three o'ctbek ia -
he afternoon of tbe 7th of October. Tber
were encamped on an-eminence called v. .
iTnfV3ottnaiextebding frent East to
Our men were formed, .for battlt aa aUted .
in the report of action made out and sign- i.-.
ed by torrie ef the officers, and lately pub
lished by Mr. Preston. This report, bow .
ever, omits to mentions-thai the men who 1 '
had belonged to Col. M'DoweU'a com
mand, which had been considerably aug
mented on the march, formed a part of . " '
the wing -under Sevier.' Col. CampbelFi
regiment and my own, composed the cen-,
tre his on the right and mine on the left. ' .
he right wing or column, was led by
Maj. Winston and Col. Sevier : the left '
an mbl-of?:theiS''' wiftg' witf'jibour a
strong as Campbell's regiment and rain "
united.. Qui. plan wai. tsAurjwnd.'tbeu
mountain andattack jhe
alde.' rnlhirofderVland with this view,
we marched immediately to the assault.'
The attack wa commenced bf the centre
column, w h ich attempted to ascend at tho
eastern end of tnav mountain The bat
tle here became furious and bloody,' and
many that belonged to hevjera column
were drcwu into the acdon at this point,
to austain their comrndea. 1
Theualanci iuxtiteck. -,
-C?o4 pcrffltmicrr-ihe cure : -but the
physician Jakcih, tha monttl for it 'Jl,-
it! V- "
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