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the Northern Department. Gates mistaken as to
- His Petulant Letter to Washington. – Dignified
Feigned Movements of Sir William Howe. — Baffling
Caution of Washington. — Rumored Inroads from
Committee of Arrangement. Reforms in the Army.
Scarcity in the Camp. — The Enemy revel in Phila-
His Gallant Defense. Praised by Washington.
- Sains ant stures barnt at Burientown.-
-120 W Nazok ta Tryva. — Rejoic-
Nova rmai for his Safety.
na Chiedi u Amen. Allen at Val-
Wa's pizioa of Him. -
as INR ** CRUZ Arrival of
Their Failure. –
HA***** – Leer asks & Trial by
Indian Warfare. — Desolation of the Valley of Wyo
ming.- Movements in New York. — Counter Move-
ington at Middlebrook. Plan of Alarm Signals
for the Jerseys. — Lafayette's Project for an Invas.
ion of Canada. Favored by Congress. — Con-
demned by Washington. — Relinquished. — Wash-
ington in Philadelphia. — The War Spirit declining.
- Dissensions in Congress. – Sectional Feelings.
Patriotic Appeals Washington. Plans for the
Next Campaign. — Indian Atrocities to be repressed.