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If this were the plan , as Washington afterward suspected , he was right to act at
once . He could not be aware of the fact that Jumonville had also a summons to
deliver if he encountered the Virginians . Washington gave his own account to ...
After this Noise had gone on for some Time , at once we heard a most dreadful
Shout , and a Band of horrid Figures rushed into the Ring , with a Nimbleness
hardly conceivable ; they struck the Ground in exact Measure , answering the
Dinwiddie wrote once more refusing Washington ' s plea for leave of absence
even to clear up his accounts , of whose " loose writing ” Dinwiddie had
complained . He scolds the wretched leader like a schoolboy : “ You have been
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CHAPTER PAGE I His Native SCENE AND HIS ANCESTRY
He Begins TO SURVEY The World
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