Posted by George R. Clark on May 03, 1999 at 15:43:01:
In Reply to: Re: Smoke Signal to the Shawnees posted by Captain William Caldwell on April 29, 1999 at 19:37:21:
: : To all ye Tory blow hards and them what's on their side,
: : Our knives is sharp, our guns is primed an we're bound to make every shot count. ....
: Just like ye' Colonials did at Blue Licks?! [snicker]...
: I'm afraid, Georgie-porgie, that ye' Colonials best throw down your arms, before ye' get a licking like Boone and his boys were given by the like of the Shawnee, Girty, and my Coy of Rangers at the Blue Licks!
: Captain William Caldwell
: Caldwell's Coy of Butler's Rangers
To Captain Cladwell commander,
Some fine men went down that day, there's no doubt. What was it, three to one? Ye must be proud o that. You knew we couldn.t be licked otherwise. You never could leave us alone. No more than a handful o folks in homespun 'n buckskin hopin ta grow enough corn to make it through the winter.
Well, if I get my hands on ya, we'll be paradin' ye about same as we did the Hair-buyer. And tell yer friend Girty we're a thinkin up something special fer him too.
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