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uneasy about this Captain McKay , who had promptly displayed a spirit of
insubordination and snobbery to the young colonial . Washington appealed to
Dinwiddie , and said he hoped that McKay would “ have more sense than to insist
Captain Morris and Captain Orme had been wounded severely , and shipped
back North for repairs . Captain Morris was an Englishman born , and just now
thirty . After the first cordial greetings of so close a friend in so fierce an
Washington was not permitted to go along since he was a colonel , but his friend
Major Lewis took his place , with seven other officers and Captain Bullet and 168
Virginia men . Grant took out eight hundred altogether and reached the ...
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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