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... was able to give Jumonville ' s brother , Villiers , five hundred men . Later they
were joined by newly arrived Indians and probably seven hundred marched
against Washington ' s three hundred plus . A chaplain started out with the
Bullskin Plantation was in Frederick County , and it had five hundred acres , to
which he had added five hundred more in 1752 . In those days white freemen
whose religious conformity and tax - paying importance were sufficient , could
Grant took out eight hundred altogether and reached the neighborhood of the
Fort on the night of September 13th , 1758 . At two in the morning he mounted a
hill within half a mile of the fortress . Since that day it has been known as Grant ' s
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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