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Return of British casualties at the Battle of Hanging Rock, South Carolina
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1780
Volume 14, Page 868

[A. & W. I. Vol. 156.]

In a Letter from Earl Cornwallis, dated Camden, Aug. 20, 1780, to Lord George Germain, giving an Account of everything that passed in the Province of South Carolina from the reduction of Charles Town to the defeat of the Corps under Col. Buford is enclosed—

A Return of the Killed, Wounded & Missing of the Detacht. of His Majesty's Forces in the Action of the 6th of August, 1780, at Hanging Rock, South Carolina, in which is mentioned Adjutant Brown and 10 Rank & File killed, 1 Sergeant and 17 Rank & File wounded, 21 Rank & File missing, of the North Carolina Regiment.