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ny impending peril to b
e passed or encountered
. He had the untiring e
nergy of a son of the f
orest, and the instinct
which told him of the
proximity of the foe be
fore he saw him. But th
e march was uneventful
in that way. The French
had fallen back upon t
he town. Their fears no
w were for the very for
tress itself, that fort
ress which they had so
proudly boasted was imp
regnable alike by land
and sea! Before the daw
n of the morning Humphr
ey came back to the mai
n body, seeking speech
with Wolfe. "They have
abandoned their battery
French and English
A Story of the Struggle in America by Everett-Green, Evelyn, 1856-1932