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of affairs after the battle of Camden.

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Brig. Gen. Leslie sent on an expedition from New
Proceeds to Charles Town, and joins Lord Corn-

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Town to Cape Fear River. Wilmington taken, and made a place of arms and supply. Gen. Greene, being reinforced, returns from Wirginia; and the British army marches to Allemance Creek. Skirmish between Tarleton's corps, and Lee's Legion. Greene falls, back to the Reedy Fork..., Strange defect of intelligence, experienced by the British general in North Carolina. American army being farther reinforced, Gen. Greene again advances, Movements on both sider, preparatory to the battle of Guildford. Account of that severe and well-fought action. British officers #illed and wounded. Col. Webster dies of his wounds. Gen. Greens retires to the Iron Works on Troublesome Creek. Lord Cornwallis obliged io march to the Deep River, through the want

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pieces. He continued his flight to the River Tyger, and was pursued by Tarleton, with the cavalry of his legion, and the 63d regiment mounted on horseback, with the utmost rapidity; the infantry of the legion, with the artillery,

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