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On December 30,Washington once again crossed the Delaware with the main body of his army and established his headquarters in the southern part of the city, near the Assunpink bridge. Washington had already withdrawn his main army to Upper Manhattan, and British skirmishers met the retreating Continentals the next day, west of what is now Columbia University. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of his country; but he that stands it now deserves the love and thanks of man and woman.

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Washington had planned to cross the Delaware River in the early evening hours of December 25,with the bulk of his army in three separate groups. Instead of pressing the Americans further, Howe then returned to Manhattan. The most serious American casualty was year-old Lieut. Table Of Contents. John Cadwalader was to lead a force of some 1, Philadelphia militiamen and Continental troops in an attack on Burlington, New Jersey, south of Trenton, to ensure that the British garrison there could not reinforce the Hessians.

They began their march south about amnavigating the predawn darkness and blinding snow. Iin which he declared:.

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More than 20 Hessians, including the mortally wounded Rall, were killed, and some 80 were wounded. Continental losses were light, but it was estimated that as many as British and Hessian soldiers were killed in the Second Battle of Trenton, making this engagement by far the deadlier of the two battles on that site.

The engagements also strengthened the claim of American independence, which had been declared on July 4, Battles of Trenton and Princeton. Having flushed the British from Princeton, Washington looted their baggage train and continued his march to MorristownNew Jersey, where he went into winter quarters on January 6.

The British spent most of the day on a march that should have taken three hours. James Monroewho suffered a near-fatal shoulder wound. Tyrannylike hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us—that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. The battles occurred over a span of nine days December 26, —January 3, and are notable as the first successes won by the Revolutionary general George Washington in the open field.

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Once again, Howe paused to consolidate his forces, a delay that allowed several thousand men under Gen. Israel Putnam to slip away. The position was especially precarious because the British maintained near-absolute control of the waters about Manhattan.

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Leaderless, the remaining men of the Trenton garrison threw down their weapons and surrendered. He captured more than of the militiamen who were defending the lines and occupied New York City. The Hessian force was exhausted and demoralized from near-constant raids by local militiamen, and, although warned of a possible assault by Continental forces, Rall believed that harsh winter weather would preclude any serious attack. Additional Info. Rall led his men in a fighting retreat until he was struck down by an American bullet.

Waiting nearly a month to the offensive, on October 12 Howe moved by water into Westchester county. In London, the purely military problem, although assuming larger dimensions and more difficulties, still seemed to require a simple solution: namely, to strike hard where the rebellion was most active and capable of the longest resistance. The enlistment terms for many of these men were near an end, however, and Washington knew that his window of action was rapidly closing. Although Washington was able to escape to Pennsylvania on the west bank of the Delaware Riverhis army had been badly beaten.

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The effect of the American victories at Trenton and Princeton was marked. On August 22 Howe crossed the narrows to the Long Island shore with 15, troops, increasing the to 20, on August 25, and on August 27 surprised the Americans, shattering their defenses and inflicting a loss of about 1, men.

They were accompanied by a substantial artillery train under the command of Col. Henry Knox. Anticipating an attack by Cornwallis in the morning, Washington convened a council of war with his lieutenants. Videos Images. Marching toward White PlainsHowe forced another retreat on Washington.

Washington knew that his army was in a precarious position. Leaving a token force to keep his campfires burning through the night, Washington stole a march on Cornwallis and led his army along a small unguarded byroad through the British lines.

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Following close upon a string of demoralizing defeats, the victories put new life into the American cause and renewed confidence in Washington as a commander. Johann Rall at TrentonNew Jersey, with about 1, men. The temporary check to the British advance provided a much-needed reprieve to the reeling Americans.

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Monroe recovered, was promoted to captain for his bravery at Trenton, and ultimately went on to become the fifth president of the United States — Washington gathered his exhausted men, his prisoners, and his captured supplies and recrossed the Delaware back into Pennsylvania.

The Americans had decided to abandon the city several days earlier, but Howe arrived before the evacuation could be completed. The British, under Col. When a contingent of British troops made a stand at Nassau Hall on the campus of the College of New Jersey now Princeton Universityartillery captain Alexander Hamilton directed a barrage at them. This loss was the heaviest blow to the Americans throughout the war in the north. Instead of immediately pressing his attack against the strained American defenders, Howe paused to gather his forces for a final assault.

The engagement, which came to be known as the Battle of Harlem Heights, cost the British perhaps 90 of their light infantry, with an additional wounded. The fledgling American government was in a panic, and the members of the Continental Congress fled Philadelphia for BaltimoreMaryland.

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Defeated there, it was reasoned, the Revolution would quickly dissipate in all quarters. For the campaign ofboth the British and the Americans had made extensive preparations. On November 16 Howe took Fort Washington on the Manhattan sidecapturing nearly 3, prisoners as well as valuable cannons and supplies.

Print print Print. The opening year of the American Revolution, which included the capture of Fort Ticonderogaan ill-fated invasion of Canadaand the prosecution of the Siege of Bostonwas partly favourable to the nascent Continental Army, but those events largely served as a prelude to the real struggle to come.

Hugh Mercer. Once on New Jersey soil, Washington divided his command. As more than one-half of the population and resources of the colonists lay north of Chesapeake Bay — New England alone had an estimated population of over ,—it was only a question of which point in this area should be made the future base of operations.

Elated by his success and eager to capitalize on his victory, Washington promptly dispatched an advance party under Greene to occupy Trenton. Largely upon the recommendations of British commander in chief Gen. William HoweMaj. Under this plan the new British campaign opened in June Washington, anticipating this move, had already marched from Boston and fortified the city.

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One column, under Maj. John Sullivanwould approach Trenton from the west, while the second, under Maj. Nathanael Greenewould attack from the north. Washington shifted his headquarters to a position south of the Assunpink, and, by the time Cornwallis finally arrived in Trenton, the Continentals had established a strong defensive line on the southern bank of the creek. Washington used the delay to evacuate his Brooklyn lines on the night of August 29, somewhat relieving the depression that the defeat had produced in his army.

Cornwallis approached Trenton with about 7, troops on January 2,but his advance was slowed by American skirmishers.

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The British blocked the major ro to the northeast, and a retreat south toward Philadelphia would surrender much of the initiative that had been gained over the days. No Americans were killed in action, and just five were wounded.

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The Americans captured prisoners as well as a sizable store of guns and ammunition. He had no boats at his disposal to recross the Delaware back to Pennsylvania. He told them of a bold plan to break camp quietly that night and march on the British reserve force at Princeton. Howe has been criticized, rightly or wrongly, for failing to make full use of this victory.

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His left flank stretched across the East River beyond Brooklynwhile his front and right flanks on the harbour and on the Hudson River were vulnerable to a combined naval and land attack. The Continentals reached the outskirts of Princeton the following morning January 3,and about am British skirmishers engaged an advance force under Brig. The victories restored American morale and renewed confidence in Washington.

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