By Walter Emil Kaegi

Frontmatter
Forewordpage ix
Abbreviationspage xi
Introductionpage 1
a few features of jap Roman army Unrest within the 5th Centurypage 14
The Age of Justinian: Expeditionary Campaigns and Indisciplinepage 41
army and non secular Disturbances at the jap Frontierpage 64
The endurance and Intensification of Sedition within the Balkanspage 89
army Unrest within the Early 7th Centurypage 120
rebellion at the Receding Seventh-Century japanese Frontierpage 137
the expansion of army impact 641-685page 154
in the direction of an realizing of the "Twenty Years of Anarchy"page 186
The Byzantine Thematic Armies within the First Iconoclastic interval (726-787)page 209
Intensification and Subsidence of Unrestpage 244
Epilogue: traits in army Unrest through the 9th Centurypage 270
basic Conclusionspage 293
Bibliographypage 331
Indexpage 359

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Though greatly outnumbered by American forces under Colonel William Woodford on the western side of the bridge, he orders Captain Samuel Leslie to force a passage across the causeway. Leslie is tricked into thinking that Woodford’s defenses are unmanned and carelessly approaches without any precaution until the Americans suddenly rise and pour a heavy fire into the column. The British and Loyalists lose heavily yet form up for another charge, which results in further carnage. Dunmore finally withdraws after suffering 13 killed and 49 wounded to one American wounded.

July 18 POLITICS: The Continental Congress recommends that the colonies pass uniform organization and equipage standards for the state militias, and also provide armed vessels for the protection of harbors and coasts. NORTH: General Philip J. Schuyler arrives at Fort Ticonderoga to find the garrison undermanned, poorly supplied, and inadequately prepared for protracted military operations. July 20 POLITICS: The first national day of public humiliation, fasting, and prayer, adopted by Congress on June 12, 1775, is observed.

However, when he is seized and imprisoned by the Patriots, Midshipman James Moore maneuvers the sloop HMS Margaretta into bombardment position and threatens to shell the town if Jones is hurt or his vessels attacked. A mob nonetheless seizes the transports Unity and Polly and demands that the British surrender. Moore hastily cuts his cable and slips downstream to safety. June 12 NORTH: General Thomas Gage proclaims martial law in Massachusetts and entreats rebel soldiers to lay down their arms and be pardoned.

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