1785-1909: Daniel Drake and His Followers; Historical and Biographical Sketches

Harvey Publishing Company, 1909 - 496 sider
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Side 464 - ... place. When the revolutionary storm commenced its fury he exchanged his amputating knife for a sword. His noble bearing and skill in military tactics attracted the attention of Washington. He was soon promoted to the grade of lieutenant-colonel and rendered important service in the capture of Burgoyne. At the close of the war he resumed the practice of medicine at Medford. He became major-general of militia and commanded the military that put down the insurrection in Massachusetts in 1786.

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