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" In this battle, the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground; and it is believed that many were killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was made. Probably few escaped... "
The American Monthly Magazine - 第 71 頁
1824
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Biographical Sketch of the Life of Andrew Jackson, Major-general of the ...

1823 - 65 頁
...the mountains, at the distance of three miles. Their numbers amounted to one thousand and eighty, ot whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on...Indians, who had been besieged for several days, and would have been all massacred, but for the arrival and victory of General Jackson. Want of provisions...
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Memoirs of Andrew Jackson: Late Major-general and Commander in Chief of the ...

John Henry Eaton - 1828 - 334 頁
...action, bestows high commendation on the officers and soldiers. In this battle the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground ; and it is believed that many were killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was...
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Life of Andrew Jackson, President of the United States of America

William Cobbett - 1834 - 142 頁
...of them, and merit the gratitude of their country." 62. In this battle, the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground ; and it is believed that many were killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was...
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The Glory of America: Comprising Memoirs of the Lives and Glorious Exploits ...

R. Thomas (A.M.) - 1834 - 574 頁
...victory. The attack began. The savage foe was routed, and victory was complete. The enemy numbered one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninetynine were left dead on the field ; many were killed in the flight, and few escaped unhurt. Not less than six hundred were left...
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Biographical Sketch of the Life of Andrew Jackson, Major General of the ...

1836 - 65 頁
...the Greeks were seen flying in every direction, and were pursued until they reached the mouataint, at the distance of three miles. Their numbers amounted...wounded; and several of the latter soon died. The fort WM full of friendly Indians, who- had been besieged for A several days, and would have been all massacred,...
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The Glory of America: Comprising Memoirs of the Lives and Glorious Exploits ...

R. Thomas (A.M.) - 1843 - 574 頁
...victory. The attack began. The savage foe was routed, and victory was complete. The enemy numbered one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninetynine were left dead on the field ; many were killed in the flight, and few escaped unhurt. Not less than six hundred were left...
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Memoirs of General Andrew Jackson ... to which is Added the Eulogy of Hon ...

1845 - 270 頁
...formed of them, and merit the gratitude of their country." In this battle, the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground; and it is believed that many were killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was made....
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Life of Andrew Jackson: Embracing Anecdotes Illustrative of His Character

John Frost - 1845 - 183 頁
...mountains were reached, at the distance of three miles. In this' battle, the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground ; and it 'is believed that many were killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was...
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The Life of General Andrew Jackson ...

John Stilwell Jenkins - 1847 - 288 頁
...formed of them, and merit the gratitude of their country." In this battle, the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground ; and it is believed that many were .killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was...
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The Life of Gen. Andrew Jackson ...: With an Appendix: Containing the Most ...

John Stilwell Jenkins - 1847 - 288 頁
...formed of them, and merit the gratitude of their country." « In this battle, the force of the enemy was one thousand and eighty, of whom two hundred and ninety-nine were left dead on the ground ; and it is believed that many were killed in the flight, who were not found when the estimate was...
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