Horseshoe Robinson, or, The battle of King"s Mountain

a legendary patriotic drama in three acts
  • 40 Pages
  • 4.38 MB
  • English
S. French , New York
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 --
Other titlesHorseshoe Robinson., Battle of King"s Mountain.
Statementby Clifton W. Tayleure.
SeriesFrench"s standard drama. The acting edition -- no. 213, English and American drama of the nineteenth century, French"s standard drama -- no. 213.
ContributionsKennedy, John Pendleton, 1795-1870.
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13595714M

The book, Horseshoe Robinson, begins with the Fall of Charleston, S. C., and ends with the Battle of King’s Mountain. Kennedy in this book tells of Robertson’s escape from Charleston and states that Horse Shoe had orders from Col.

Pinckney to bring Major Butler from Virginia to Georgia. (Horse Shoe Robinson by J. Kennedy, pp. Get this from a library. Horseshoe Robinson, or, The battle of King's Mountain: a legendary patriotic drama in three acts.

[Clifton W Tayleure; John Pendleton Kennedy]. The novel was adapted for the stage a number of times, but the best known were by Charles Dance inwhich starred actor James Henry Hackett, and a version created in by Clifton W.

Tayleure titled Horseshoe Robinson, or the Battle of King's Mountain, which included William Ellis as Robinson and George C. Boniface as Major Arthur Butler Parents: Frances Robinson, David Robertson. Horse-Shoe Robinson: A Tale of the Tory Ascendency is an novel by John P.

Kennedy that was a popular seller in its day. The novel was Kennedy's second, and proved to be his most popular. It is a work of historical romance of the American Revolution, set in the western mountain areas of the Carolinas and Virginia, culminating at the Battle of Kings Mountain.

In response to the article “Death Of A Patriot At King’s Mountain,” William Hill’s essay about James Williams is froth with errors. Noted historian and attorney William T. Graves of Charlotte, N.C., has done an intensive study into the life and death of James Williams an produced in a well documented book on Williams entitled “Backcountry Revolutionary.”Author: Wayne Lynch.

The book, Horseshoe Robinson, states that Mary was engaged to John Ramsay, who lost his life at the hands of the British for the part he played in the successful escape of Major Arthur Butler. When Kennedy lacked information about the name of a character in his book, he gave them a name.

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(See Dr. Bobby Gilmer Moss, Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution, pageThe Patriots at Kings Mountain, pageand The Patriots of Cowpens, pp. Battle of Kings Mountain: to the public.

Lexington, KY, printed by Thomas Smith at the Reporter office, 24 pp. Stone, Maggie H. "Joseph Greer, 'Kings Mountain messenger': a tradition of the Greer family." THM2 (), pp. Tayleure, Clifton W. Horseshoe Robinson, or, the Battle of Kings Mountain: a legendary patriotic drama in three.

Full text of "The King's mountain men, the story of the battle, with sketches of the American soldiers who took part" See other formats. With a supplementary book, bringing the narrative down to the present time.

(New York, Richardson & co., ), by William Gilmore Simms (page images at HathiTrust) Colonial and revolutionary history of upper South Carolina, (Greenville, S.C., Shannon & co., printers, ), by John Belton O'Neall Landrum (page images at HathiTrust).

(Part 11 or a 15 part series) On the evening of Friday, August 18th, a force of about two hundred mounted Partisans under the joint command of Colonel Isaac Shelby, Lieutenant Colonel James Williams and Lieuntenat Colonel Elijah Clarke were preparing to raid a Loyalist camp at the site of Musgrove's Mill and farm, which controlled the local grain supply.

The Battle of Waxhaws (also known as the Waxhaws or Waxhaw massacre, and Buford's massacre) took place during the American Revolutionary War onnear Lancaster, South Carolina, between a Continental Army force led by Abraham Buford and a mainly Loyalist force led by British officer Banastre refused an initial demand to surrender, but Location: Lancaster County, near present.

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In latethe American commander-in-chief of the southern theater. The Americans suffered only 4 killed and 9 wounded. The victory f{ave great encourgement to South Carolinians. * * Marv Musgrove is a wellknown name in this section. The heroine of Kennedy's book.

"Horseshoe Robinson," she lived with her parents who operated the mill at Enoree crossing. 3. Abner Coleman, Sr. was born circa He was a Loyalist soldier and served from Junder Capt. Shadrack Lantrey and Maj. Daniel Plummer in the Fair Forest Militia. He was in the battle of Kings Mountain.

Abner. Tennessee Blue Book: Student Edition A History of Tennessee Chapter 1: The Land and Native People and his Tory, or Loyalist, troops at the Battle of Kings Mountain on October 7, Th e Overmountain Men were joined by militia His victory at the Battle of Tohopeka, or Horseshoe Bend, utterly destroyed Creek military power.

As a result. Opequon Creek is tributary of the Potomac joins the Potomac northeast of Martinsburg and its source is at the foot of Great North Mountain. It is part of the boundary between Frederick and Clarke counties in Virginia and between Berkeley and Jefferson counties in West Virginia.

Jackson's report of the Battle of Horseshoe Bend (27 March ) mentions that Copeland's regiment was held in reserve during this engagement.

But a part of the regiment saw action, as muster rolls show casualties from this battle in the companies of Captains Moses Thompson and Allen Wilkinson.

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At the decisive Battle of Kings Mountain, October 7,there were Cherokee warriors fighting against the British. Among them was King David Benge, nephew of Red Paint Clan Mother, Wurteh, granddaughter of Doublehead, and first cousin of Sequoyah.

Was a Private and an Ensign. a Lieutenant under Capt. Richard Allen. Mortally wounded at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC, died about 11 weeks later. Some claim he was a Captain at the battle of Kings Mountain, SC. aka Thomas Bicknell. Kings Mountain (SC). Bilbry, Nathaniel: Edgecombe County Regiment: Even before the Revolution, pioneers crossed the Blue Ridge to settle in what is now Tennessee.

Bythere were four distinct communities across the mountains, and by the time of the Revolution, the region had enough population to provide a militia, the Overmountain Men, to the Battle of Kings Mountain.

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The Battle of Kings Mountain; The Overmountain Men and the Battle of Kings Mountain; Muskets and Rifles: The Soldier's Experience; Chaos in Salem; The Battle of Guilford Courthouse; David Fanning and the Tory War of ; Skirmish at the House in the Horseshoe; A Petition to Protect Loyalist Families ; A New National Government.The battle star was awarded to those who were assigned or attached to, and present for duty with, a unit during the period in which it participated in combat, or actually engaged in combat regardless of the unit to which assigned, in the Ardennes region of eastern Belgium and Northern Luxemburg from Decemto Januknown.7 October Watauga soldiers led by Evan Shelby and John Sevier helped in defeat of British at battle of Kings Mountain, in South Carolina where British Colonel Ferguson was killed.

There was a Capt. David Webb and a George Webb among the Patroit soldiers who fought at Kings Mountain.