Was surprised in the night, by General Grey, in a wood, and sustained great loss in 1779; took Stoney-point the same year, for which, he was presented by Congress, with a gold medal; took possession of Savannah, after it was evacuated by the British in 1782; appointed Commander in Chief of the army against the Indians in 1792; whom he defeated with great slaughter in 1794; and concluded a treaty with them at Greenville in 1795. [P.10.]
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