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"general cornwallis" Discussed on American Revolution Podcast
"With the continentals out of position, there was nothing to prevent the British from. Philadelphia. How crossed his army on the night of September twenty second and the morning of September twenty third. He marched his army to a camp in Norristown. which is a little less than twenty miles north west of Philadelphia. He was now between the continental army and the city. How spent the next day in camp neither attacking Washington's continentals nor into the city His army plundered and burned the homes of known rebels. Many locals fled with whatever they could carry but other locals greeted the army as liberators. A great number of area loyalists had remained silent for years for fear of incurring the wrath of Patriots. These families. Saw The British a saviors returning law and order to the region. The next day. The British marched to Germantown which is today part of the city of Philadelphia. But at the time was still a few miles outside the city limits. As you might guess from the name, most of the population of this area were German speaking colonists. Even. So the German speaking Hessian, soldiers found the local population rather hostile to them. Most of the inhabitants were members of a pacifist religious sect that had immigrated from the Palatine region of what is today Germany. They had hoped to escape the continual warfare of many of their neighbors including Hesse. Many of them saw this as a return of the military oppression that they had tried to leave behind in Europe. Because they were pacifists and most of them did not take up arms against the occupiers. But they also did not see them as liberators and met them with a cold hostility. General Hell Pause to see if the continentals would attempt some sort of desperate counter-attack to defend the city. When that did not happen how left the bulk of his army in Germantown about ten thousand soldiers. And deployed General Cornwallis to March into Philadelphia with about thirty five hundred men. On the morning of September twenty six Philadelphians saw the redcoats marched through their streets taking control of the city. Cornwallis. Led a triumphal march down second street turning West to March. Through town. Past Independence Hall where the rebels had declared independence just a year earlier. By his side was general Earth Sky along with several leading loyalists from the city. Joseph Galloway and two of the Allen Brothers from the family for whom Allentown is named. Governor John Penn probably would have liked to have joined them, but he was being held prisoner by the Patriots in New Jersey the conquering army received a rather muted response. The majority of Philadelphians had fled the city..
"general cornwallis" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"Is there anybody more snake been those two organizations who come closer and then fail and then he got both of them over the Hump I mean I don't know if there's more legendary man behind the scenes than D._O.. That's fair. It's a good point but he had a lot more baggage and scrutiny that he was dealing with as well. It's in some ways it's tougher gig being in those markets. Oh Yeah Boston is a winning. You got to win Boston. It's like L. A.. It's like this is one of the big you gotta and the psychic baggage. Everyone was like losers. I Dunno air. You don't like them fair enough. All Right Eric got biased though he's got bias you like Tony Larussa for sure Jimmy that book about him the Buzzed Kissinger one so it's supposed to be the Anti moneyball book all right Chad feel. Who is your quota the week? What is your quota that we call the week comes from the Patriot Nice when <hes> Mel Gibson it does a bargain with General Cornwallis for some soldiers? Some ms were captured needs like when I get these guys back so <hes> he <hes> pretends to have a bunch of redcoats in captivity. He's like I have a bunch of them prisoner and <hes> he's like check out this telescope. You'll see those dudes just tied up with a frigging musket to <hes> muskie to their domes and General Cornwallis sees them. They're actually just like frigging scarecrows with the thread Khotan but they look real dude so he's like their names and ranks gives me goes. They refused to give me their names but the ranks are nine lieutenants five captains three majors in one very fat colonel called me a cheeky fellow Dan Charisma yeah good line delivery by mellow now on yeah absolutely fire charisma names. I'm ranks. I like that actor plays Cornwallis. Oh Oh yeah he's granted. Tom Wilkinson. Is it yeah did Aaron coming in. How what's your favorite.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Segment, our long celebration of the life of George Washington. Our nation's first president and the father of our country. Let's continue where we left off. Deeply feeling the plight of his men Washington constantly hounds, the continental congress for supplies trying to shame them by appealing to their sense of patriotism, Congress's typical response is to give Washington permission to commandeer what he needs from those living near his station troops, Washington refuses this invitation to rob his fellow citizens at the point of a ban at arguing that to do. So we'll Elliott the very people in whose name the struggle has been undertaken a struggle also exists with his generals Washington has as much trouble with some of them as he does with the British men like Charles Lee and Horatio gates men who'd been officers in the British army thought Washington was a bumpkin someone who didn't know anything about an army or how to run a war and they caused George a tremendous amount of trouble. They conspired they talk behind his back date spoke to members of congress. They tried to discredit him. But in the end, he met them with patience and persistence and their own incompetence ruin and George survived and Throughout his career. He appears touched by God. On horseback. He leads charges into the thick of battle wilfully exposing himself to cannon and musket fire strolling through a hell of shot yet. Not once does a bullet or shrapnel ever even grace him in April seventeen eighty one a British warships sales of the Potomac and trains, her guns on Washington's cherished home. Mount vernon. Most of Washington's Virginia now lay under British control the governor of Virginia Thomas Jefferson, begs Washington to come home and save his state Washington declines. When Jefferson called upon Washington to defend his home and his state. He was talking to a Washington who no longer existed. Washington's allegiance was no longer to the country. He had grown up in English Virginia. But was an allegiance future. Washington's record on the battlefield is three wins nine losses and one tie, which is no source of pride. If we succeed we have a chance to end the war. But the best battle to win is the last one surprise and terror. And Washington indoors long enough to win it the three week siege at your coun- providence. This is where the revolutionary war ends on October nineteenth seventeen eighty one when British general Cornwallis asks for the terms, Washington replies. That the same honour should be graduate to Cornwallis surrendering army as was granted to the American garrison of Charleston. The point is not lost on Cornwallis when Charleston fell to the British in seventeen eighty the British refused to grant the Americans the honors of war treating them as rebels and not as a legitimate army. Washington now demands the same two million of Cornwallis, but Cornwallis claims illness and sends us stand into the surrender ceremony. Indisposed? Second income on in an attempt at insult. The British standing tries to hand over Cornwallis his sword to a French officer who had fought with the Americans. But the Frenchman refuses directing him instead to Washington. Washington also refuses he orders the Englishman to surrender Cornwallis has soared to general Lincoln Lincoln. Accept the surrender. Who was humiliated American commander at Charleston. Partial. During his campaign against the British Washington is always outnumbered typically outgunned and always short on supplies weapons wagons horses and boats yet he repeatedly slips the British news choosing strategic retreat over honorable defeat. He doggedly wears his enemy down. The British lose the war not so much because the Americans under Washington defeat them on the battlefield, but because General George Washington does not give up or go away. But Washington's most important performance has yet to occur. I'm ascendancy is the end of the war Washington's generals and his high staff officers are disgruntled they haven't been paid. They don't trust the congress. They're not so sure that it's such a good idea to give over control of this new nation to this bunch of squabbling. Politicians? Many among them wanted Washington to assume greater power, in fact, maybe dictatorial powers, his officers plan a meeting at their headquarters on the night of March fifteenth seventeen eighty three they know how you feel. So they do not want you there the secret meeting. They will debate a move against congress to demand their back pay at gunpoint. If necessary. Washington knows he has to confront them. He begins writing a speech he agonizes over every sentence. And every word he was ripped apart inside he had suffered with these men. He'd watched them die. He'd watched them be wounded for their country. He knew what they'd given up. He knew how congress had mistreated them and him was attracted by their offer to be a kind of came. He knew for certain that if he gave into their offer he gave into the allure of power. Only would he betray his country. But he would also betray the reputation and the honor that had been so hard for him to attend. He rides alone to the meeting as he enters the building, the officers are stone. But he sees no smiles, and there is no applause as he stands before them and begs them, not to open the floodgates of civil.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Okay. So in the middle of this horrible winter at Valley Forge there's this legend the crops up by legend one day. There's a Quaker Tori his name is Isaac pots, and he's walking through the woods. And here's what he writes, in that woods pointing to a close view. I heard a plaintiff sound as of a man of prayer. I tied my horse to a sapling and went quietly into the woods and to my astonishment. I saw the great George Washington on his knees alone with his sword on one side and his cocked hat on the other at. The God of the armies beseeching to impose with his divine aid, as it was a crisis and the cause of the country and humanity and of the world such a pair. I never heard from the lips of man. I left him alone. Praying I went home and told my wife, I saw a site and heard today what I never saw or heard before and just related to her what I had seen and heard and observed we never thought a man could be a soldier and a Christian. But if there is one in the world, it is Washington. She was also astonished we thought it was the cause of God in America could prevail. He then put me out his right hand and said I turned right about and became a wig. Meaning he started backing the American caused Washington told his aides that he would share it in the hardship partake of every inconvenience and he did by the time the army left Valley Forge they're actually better provision and trained than they had ever been before when they did leave. There was an incident that occurred the deepen the myth of Washington Washington's forces sought to harass the army of General, Henry Clinton who is heading from Philadelphia to New York Washington sense ahead. General Charles lead to lead the fighting, and he told lead to hold Clinton in place until Washington's entire army could arrive instead Lee retreated Washington, apparently cursed him out so viciously that General Charles Scott said, quote, the leaves shook on the free Washington, then took personal command of the troops. According to yet, he said that Washington's personal presents stopped the retreat Alexander Hamilton who you'll recall from the musical as well as history. Washington's top aide said other officers have great merit in performing their parts. Well, but he directed the whole with the skill of a master workman. The British ended up fleeing from New York Washington had a much needed victory. And there's another hard winter general Benedict Arnold betrayed the Republican fled to the side of the British Washington had to execute a British spy Major John Andre who was executed after the British refused to trade Benedict Arnold four John Andre if you ever watch the AMC series turn into a really good job of portraying what happened there by now Washington at Artie despaired of taking back New York. Instead, he decided to unite with French forces and captured the British army at Yorktown, which was the southern command general Cornwallis the commander at your town had been running roughshod through the south, but Cornwallis decided big mistake to hold hold up on the peninsula of York, James rivers. And wait for reinforcements. And it's there the Washington strikes. The seizure of your town ends with the surrender of some seven thousand British troops on October nineteenth seventeen eighty one. And people think that ended the war. It didn't work continued for another two years. But the momentum was now in Washington's favour, and he would need it because by seventeen eighty three Washington's officers were tired of being in the continental army. There were sick of the congress which refused to pay them on time and her refused. Them back pay his officers actually began to circulate a letter at Newburgh New York that they plan to send to congress announcing a revolt against the continental congress. Right. As the Americans were about to win the war. And this is when Washington steps in again, he first issues an order forbidding unsanctioned meetings. And then he calls his own for March fifteenth seventeen eighty three and there he ripped into the officers said gentlemen, find anonymous summons an attempt has been made two convenient together. How inconsistent with the rules of propriety hell unmilitary, he then begged his officers to place a full confidence in the purity of the intentions of congress, and then came one of the most famous Washington moments. He reaches into the breast pocket to re read a letter he's received from congress, and he takes out his spectacles and fumbles with them. And then one of the most famous lines in American history. He says gentlemen, you must pardon me. I have grown old in the service of my country. And now find that I am going blind the officers start crying. Everybody recognizes that Washington is given his entire life for this. And the mutiny dissolves wanna return I'm gonna tell the rest of the story of George Washington on.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The grim days of the winter and spring of seventeen eighty one, but I like the payoff when Rochambeau meets Washington at his headquarters. Good evening to you. Bob. Good evening. John Rochambeau lands with fifty five hundred regulars beautifully turned out French veterans wearing their white uniforms. The picture you paint is spectacular. Russia. Mbo is there to meet with Washington? What? What does Washington one from Russia Mbo, and what does Russia Mbo one from Washington? Well, what they want from each other is to work out a joint strategy that they can both agree to to defeat the British defeat the British now Washington's idea I learned from you is to attack New York where he was driven out many years before he spent all these years sort of wondering the landscape between Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York. Always being chased losing most of the battles he fights. In fact, he might have lost everyone, but not eventually being brought to bear by the British who's at New York that he wants to attack. Bob. Well, New York is the headquarters of the British commander in chief for North America. Henry Clinton General Henry Clinton, he has his headquarters fair, and they are about seven thousand British troops. That are arrayed around New York in a defensive posture in northern New Jersey on Long Island and along Long Island Sound so Clinton has an overwhelming force. Washington doesn't have near enough troops to attack that Rochambeau brings him fifty five hundred and he proposes to attack superior force dug in in a major city. What is Rochambeau say in response? Well, Rochambeau is under orders to. Comply with Washington's. Orders body hopes it can work out a joint strategy one thing that you didn't mention John was that the Royal Navy really dominated the waters around New York, and they were in Long Island sign they were in the Hudson, and they ran the East River, so any pack. On New York itself on Manhattan would have to cross a waterway. And that's why Russia Mbo is correct. In saying, a general, I respect you. But New York is well is well provided for by the navy and the army I have a squadron in the West Indies under an Admiral of French Admiral degrasse who will come north only as far as the Chesapeake. And that's what persuades Washington Rochambeau have in mind. Rochambeau favors marching from New York to the Yorktown peninsula were. General Cornwallis has established in the navy base. And this movement of it will have to be over land. And some of it will be by water down the Chesapeake Bay. Now. That's a spectacular proposal. They're five hundred miles from the peninsula, Yorktown peninsula from Williamsburg and Washington has a ragtag army that hasn't been paid in about five hundred years. Many of them wear homespun. They don't have uniforms. Many of them are barefoot and Rochambeau who has these brilliantly turned out troops who are all well paid. He's proposing to Washington they March five hundred miles across the British lines to to Virginia. And what is Washington thing? Washington is an Italy reluctant. But when he learns to that Admiral de Grasse will on each sale as far north as the Chesapeake. He goes along with Rochambeau plan. All right. So there reluctantly so this is the American long March five hundred miles through territory. You can't say is quite a friendly because the British any point could interrupt so they start they crossed the Hudson. And they marched through New Jersey. Now, there is one faints at Washington agrees to across from Staten Island. What is it Bob? That's correct. Once he reaches northern New Jersey. He faints slightly tore in the direction of the northern jersey shore across from Staten Island to give the impression that he is preparing to cross. Onto Staten Island as a prelude to an attack on Manhattan itself and Clinton buys it. And actually, we need we need to characterize Clinton. Was he considered to be a good commander in chief for North America? Clinton was a very experienced general. In fact. He had participated in the seven years war in Germany. He was at Bunker Hill in Boston. He led to attacks on Charleston one in seventeen seventy six it was we're falls, but then he sailed south again in seventeen eighty and actually manage to lay siege and capture Charleston after which he returned back to New York and left general Cornwallis in charge at Charleston. Yes, he was very experienced general. I was fifty one years old and had been in the service quite a while. But I learned from you that the relationship between Cornwallis and Clinton is critical, and it was not positive in fact, Cornwallis resented Clinton's vague orders that kept changing. So now, we need to turn to work on Wallace says Lafayette with inferior force has been shadowing Cornwallis who was left the Carolinas March into Virginia just Cornwall. Why does Cornwallis back into a peninsula? What's he what's he think is going to happen to him? Well, first of all his army was pretty worn down in the Carolinas. And he had original orders from general Clinton that he was to pacify both south and North Carolina. And then he was the March diverge Inya. Well, in fact, he did not pacify either, South Carolina or North Carolina. General green was still there with the southern American army and the partisans were still quite quite active. But. Disregarding Geno Clinton's original waters to him. He marched north into Virginia where he hoped to disrupt the recruitment effort of the patriots. They were recruiting men in Virginia at the March South in the Carolinas. Lafayette. However, a young Lafayette shadows that army and at one point he gets into an ambush. Well, actually, he meets overwhelming force. But that fr it seems to frighten Cornwallis he doesn't know how many are out there. And he doesn't know whether whether Lafayette is capable of defeating him in the field. So on Wallace seems to flinch back from Lafayette is that correct? Yes. That is correct. And another reason that he whipped through back. Well, originally, the Portsmouth and eventually moved to Yorktown was that he was receiving instructions from general Clinton in New York that he was to return a portion of his army to New York. And so Wallace is getting mixed orders from Clinton he backs himself into peninsula is expecting to get relieved. Does he does? He have the promise of British feet a fleet showing up off of Yorktown. Yes. In different correspondents that he was receiving from Clinton general Clinton Clinton assured him that he would be provided with reinforcements be required. But it wasn't true. I mean, that's what's striking to me Cornwallis puts himself into a trap with no guarantee that he can get off of that peninsula. Correct. That's true. And there was only one way to break out, and that was to cross the York river over Glaus, Chester point. And then try to March north up into Virginia. All right now, the detail here about Robert Morris, it doesn't sound very romantic to talk about a a paymaster, but Robert Morris's in Philadelphia and Washington's armies not been paid for a long time. Robert Morris has to provide not only money, but all of the all of the planning a we today would make a big deal about this all the roads that are to be taken for those five hundred miles. So Morris the way I read your book. Bob Morris is the the undecorated hero of of this campaign. I would definitely say so he was the newly appointed secretary of financing with appointed by the continental congress, and he had no military experience whatsoever. He was a merchant. In fact, he was born right here about six miles from where I'm sitting right now in eastern Maryland at Oxford, but he volunteered his services to the country and one-seat took on that job. He did a superb job in planning. He borrowed money. There was no money in the in the treasury at that time. So he his contacts a borrowed money from different bankers. Even put up some of his own fortune to aid the continental army the other thing that he did he appointed contracting officers that would move ahead of the army and provide contracts for food stops for shipping and so forth. But make sure the army was properly supplied as it was moving south and Russia Mbo offers the French half half. Crowns, silver, half crowns to pay for the army when the army after it. Philadelphia. Proceeds to head of Maryland where the major portion of the army is to embark on ships and sailed on the Chesapeake to time. There's only one problem the troops had not yet been paid and Robert Morris at expanded all of his funds that he had. So he goes to Rochambeau and asked if Rochambeau will pay the troops out of his own war chest with the promise that the United States would make good on that loan and general Rochambeau agrees to do that the men are paid, and they agree to board the ships and sailed down the Chesapeake. Yes, let us all remember that when we disdain the French that Rochambeau offers all the money he has and the French crown has been supplying the Americans for many years. This could lead to a shortage that will lead to the French revolution. But Rochambeau in addition to this is superior military officer. I'm speaking to rob ten sack. The book is seventeen Eighty-one the decisive year, the revolutionary war. They set sail down the Chesapeake to land your. Town to Leonard Williamsburg, and thus.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"Surround general cornwallis at the cornwall's cave on yorktown beach it's fine look i'm not smart about a lot of things but nobody stopping you man it's my hidden talent i know way too much about the history of yorktown beach during the war please so the home was later owned after after the randolph passed away and the house got moved around to a couple of other people but the home was later owned by the peachy family and it's the peachy house and they ended up moving in eighteen twenty four and the matriarch hurting was mary monroe peachy and when the peachy family took over the house also became a hospital for wounded soldiers and there was a weirdly a lot of deaths during that family in the house so one of the peachy boys was climbing a tree and the branch broke and he fell to his this is why i don't climb trees okay it's not because i'm not physically capable at my fourth of july party to people climb trees yesterday and i had like josh joyner were both in the tree and then josh was in the tree and someone yelled joshua tree he just turns to the camera goes hey guys it's your boy joshua tree and like i've been saying all day because i thought it was so funny anyway point being then joanna kind the tree and was like somebody helped me down and this is why you don't climb fucking tree i think i've never climbed the street i think i certainly tried to nose younger certainly tried to but i think at five i knew that upper arm strength just not a skill i would ever inherit so at my birth my mother was like you will never be able to climb a tree my mom held me for the first time and said never never again don't even try not once not ever no no i really i truly if you told me i was going to die if i climb detroit i would be like well i'm gonna die the lines will eat me i won't do it down by so just anyway get away from them and thinking all the ways that like i really wish i could climate but i just can't no i think that's why like tarzan so much i was a little 'cause i was just so impressed me too i was like how can you do that and how like you're a cartoon it's not real so anyway he clearly also could not climb trees fell to his death at boy there was a young girl that lived on the second floor in the picchi family and she fell out of her window to her baby and there's another relative of the peachy family that commit suicide in the drawing room oh my god after the civil war a young orphaned soldier also stayed with peachy family but he died of my favorite consumption remember when you were like does that mean eating too much cake and i was like i could possibly die from consumption him it was like that's an easy that's an easy death it's one of my favorite episodes not climbing trees and eaten a lot of food that's that's consumption if i'm the climate trie yeah a tree a day keeps the consumption away you know that old wives tale so are you just eating what i'm hungry as good though what is it i dunno cheese ginger who i looks like parmesan cheese and i don't like it just drink it with the wine i have lacroix missa trash cans someone will clean it later in that will be me we're gonna say even i was like whoa we clean my spitting ginger levi's ginger on the floor now get to it get it don't please don't touch it if i just got lacroix in my wipe it out what have we did before i don't know but everyone can go to ziprecruiter and find your own okay so we're almost done with history guys i know i'm just like really not good at this great at it well you were a fucking tour guide yeah you should've seen me on that segue mission this was where i was also segway tour guide also those texting me like here's a segue segue into this topic and like jesus christ christine here's the thing okay let me just start it out i i.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"The ultra worst i think that was number nineteen that was no that was the one with your nineteen year jews number something is around there it's in the mid twenties i think early on it's pretty revolting but it's also one of my favorites purely for the shock value people still comment about it yeah it really just ruins your whole day so you're welcome so if you would like to listen to that basically she was a wretched wretched woman who owned a lot of slaves and use them as torture toys and and so bette randolph was not as bad but is pretty well known in history for the cruel punishments she would put on her okay she only had twenty seven slaves which at that time was a lot but compared to the laurie mentioned there it wasn't twenty seven seems like a lot too though yeah so she had twenty seven and some of them survived and were able to talk about what happened so that's how they know that like how us pretty pretty rough right some actually believe that because of her mistreatment of the slaves that some of the lease actually put a curse on the house and that's one of the reasons why it's still haunted today mainly because one of the slaves eve had a baby named george george grew up to also be a slave and when he was around a teenager they hem and his mom eve became runaways slaves i won't get into the history but basically they were protected under general cornwallis during the right before the battle of yorktown which i know way too much about because they used to be a tour guide in york oh shit and one of the stops was the cornwall's cave where general cornwall's actually surrendered and that was the end be what does lucien war so yeah so i know too much about that so i'm gonna leave out alone okay but basically for a brief period of time he was protecting a lot of the slaves or they were under his share protection and then that changed so even though they were runaway slaves and were being protected by him the rule changed and then they had to go back after having and as if she's not treating them poorly she's pissed right so she ended up separating them no one knows what happened to george but evens it up surviving long enough to tell the story and supposedly she put across on the house so that's betty rent that's fucking rene fifth grade care interfax my thing about how cool she probably was god though so there's okay so the pain randolph house also had a lot of very hoity toity prestigious guests and looting thomas jefferson mainly though because thomas jefferson is actually paying randolph's cousin of course he is just for like you know hang bangs and like thanksgiving hang you spend a fucking five days back home and come back with this weird terminology so today the building is made of three distinct parts there's the west wing east wing and literally just called the middle port wing it's like east wing middle wing neutral wing middle portion was what i saw most often it is also a national landmark as of nineteen seventy so the peyton and his wife stayed there for a long time but following payton's death and.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"The revolutionary war ends on october nineteenth seventeen eighty one when british general cornwallis asks for the terms washington replies that the same honour should be granted to cornwallis rendering army as was granted to the american garrison of charleston the point is not lost on cornwallis when charleston fell to the british in seventeen eighty the british refused to grant the americans the honors of war treating them as rebels and not as a legitimate harney washington now demands the same humiliation of cornwallis but cornwallis claims illness and sends a stand into the surrender ceremony cornwallis is indisposed second income on in an attempt at insult the british stand tries to hand over cornwallis his sword to a french officer who had fought with the americans but the frenchman refuses directing him instead to washington washington also refuses he orders the englishman to surrender cornwallis has soared to general lincoln lincoln who was the humiliated american commander at charleston during his campaign against the british washington is always outnumbered typically outgun and always short on supplies weapons wagons horses and boats yet he repeatedly slips the british news choosing strategic retreat over honorable defeat he doggedly wears his enemy down the british lose the war not so much because the americans under washington defeat them on the battlefield but because general george washington does not give up or go away but washington's most important performance has yet to occur msnbc it's the end of the war washington's generals and his high staff officers are disgruntled they haven't been paid they don't trust the congress they're not so sure that it's such a good idea to give over control of this new nation to this bunch of squabbling politicians many among them wanted washington to assume greater power in fact maybe dictatorial powers his officers plan a meeting at their headquarters on the night of march fifteen seventeen eighty three they know how you feel sir so they do not want you there the secret meeting they will debate a move against congress to demand their back pay gunpoint if necessary washington knows he has to confront them he begins writing a speech he agonizes over every sentence and every word he was ripped apart inside he had suffered with these men he'd watched them die he'd watch.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on Super Station 101
"I guess if he just had time and was it was a student of history and knew about more about the peloponnesian wars and you know what he knows about as far as i can tell he knows people he knows the issues that drove the electorate to the polls he knows what it takes to get america going again is he a unique personality with his own quirks and his own faults yes he is is he like everybody else in that regard yes years does he have flaws you bet do i have laws you bet all of us do but the a back and forth the war of words what bannon is saying and then what trump is saying think of how he i was thinking about i said this last night on the angle we've unbelievable show on tap for tonight probably wanna tune in dvr us a lot of your dvr and watching in the morning i prefer you watch a live commod if i can live on five hours asleep every night you can learn for whatever it is you can watch relate but if i thought about this i thought about the great struggles of our forefathers oh sorry and four mothers i don't want to send everybody for mothers is that what we have to say now four people like i was thinking about that george washington eighteen mile march with the soldiers to take on eight thousand of general cornwallis his troops and it was two hundred forty years ago yesterday the battle of princeton bitter cold eighteen miles in the darkness to take them on dip ultimately defeat them reenergize the troops imbue them with a new sense of confidence and optimism pudding country which was at that point still of you know fledgling fledgling republic pudding country and freedom and our belief in love and independence ahead of self now how many of you have been really hurt by someone you love all of us have been i certainly have been i know a lot of you have been i.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on Super Station 101
"I guess if he just had time and was it was a student of history and knew about more about the peloponnesian wars and you know what he knows about as far as i can tell he knows people he knows the issues that drove the electorate to the polls he knows what it takes to get america going again is he a unique personality with his own quirks and his own faults yes he is is he like everybody else in that regard yes years does he have flaws you bet do i have laws you bet all of us do but the a back and forth the war of words what bannon is saying and then what trump is saying think about how he thinking about i said this last sign on the angle we've unbelievable show on tap for tonight probably wanted tune in dvr us a lot of your dvr and watching in the morning i prefer you watch a live commod if i can live on five hours asleep every night you can look for whatever it is you can watch we late but if i thought about this i thought about the great struggles of our forefathers oh sorry and four mothers i don't want to send everybody for mothers is that what we have to say now four people live i was thinking about that george washington eighteen mile march with the soldiers to take on eight thousand of general cornwallis his troops and it was two hundred and forty years ago yesterday the battle at princeton bitter cold eighteen miles in the darkness to take them on ultimately defeat them reenergize the troops imbue them with a new sense of confidence and optimism pudding country which was at that point still of you know fledgling fledgling republic putting country and freedom and our belief in love and independence ahead of self now how many of you have been really hurt by someone you love all of us have been i certainly have been i know a lot of you have been i.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"And was it was a student of history and knew about more about the peloponnesian wars and you know what he knows about as far as i can tell he knows people he knows the issues that drove the electorate to the polls he knows what it takes to get america going again is he a unique personality with his own quirks and his own faults yes he is is he like everybody else in that regard yes years does he have flaws you bet do i have laws up you bet all of us do but the the back and forth the war of words what bannon is saying and then what trump is saying think about yes thinking about i said this last sign on the angle we've unbelievable show on tap for tonight probably wanted tune in dvr us a lot of your dvr and watching in the morning i prefer you watch live commod if i can live on five hours asleep every night you can low for whatever it is you can watch me late but if i thought about this i thought about the great struggles of our forefathers of sorry and four mothers i don't want to offend everybody for mothers is that what we have to say now four people live i was thinking about that george washington eighteen mile march with the soldiers to take on eight thousand of general cornwallis his troops and it was two hundred forty years ago yesterday the battle of princeton bitter cold eighteen miles in the darkness to take them on dip ultimately defeat them reenergize the troops imbue them with a new sense of confidence and optimism pudding country which was at that point still of fledgling fledgling republic pudding country and freedom and our belief in love at independence ahead of self now how many of you have been really hurt by someone you love all of us have been i certainly have been i know a lot of you.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on KOIL
"You i was thinking about i said this last sign on the angle we've unbelievable show on tap for tonight by the way you want to tune in dvr us a lot of your dvr and watching in the morning i prefer you watch live come on if i can live on five hours asleep every night you can look for whatever it is you can watch me late but if i thought about this i thought about that great struggles of our forefathers oh sorry and for mothers i don't want to offend everybody four mothers is that what we have to senna four people well i i was thinking about that uh george washington eighteen mile march with the soldiers to take on eight thousand of general cornwallis his troops and it was two hundred forty years ago yesterday the battle of princeton bitter cold eighteen miles in the darkness to take them on ultimately defeat them reenergize the troops imbue them with a new sense of confidence and optimism putting country which was at that point still fledgling fledgling republic putting country and freedom and our belief in love and independence ahead of self now how many of you have been really hurt by someone you love all of us have been i certainly have been i know a lot of you have been i truly believe that steve bannon loves donald trump as a as a person not not not that he loves everything about him but he loves the fact that he's stepped up when everybody said he would fail in his own way trump thought in fought really hard for the country again unconventional brash in your face but i believe that steve bannon loves the fact that donald trump did that so you have to love the person you can love the person not love everything about the purse or think well you could have done this differently maybe you should know no one should have met with the russian lawyer although it's not treason it's ridiculous but but you don't love everything they did what you love the person so he could be hurt personally and i'm not even sing that's what's motivating him but he could be hurt personally by what he thinks of the mistakes of people around the.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Gortex brand name ski parkas with their perfectly perfectly of their thermal underwear that's all high gear with the perfect waterproof a gloves that they they have any that in have ski caps of the type we have have any they had leather boots they didn't have the little girl he boots with the lambskin you know the a high of lambskin that they have today with a cute little colorful nofee laser no listen have they all those little packets that you think about eighteen miles they march in the bitter cold to surprise general cornwallis and we compliant and say what i say to my kids suck it up buttercup i am tired of this was sophistication of of america and it's encouraging people to be overly dramatic and and it's encouraging people watch this to think well all i gotta go now i gotta go to the store on my garbage and then you go there and you can't you know you can't get a a box of tissues and forget by the by the way buying a bag of salt i have a fraught walkway that turns into lake placid out front okay i'm ready to do a triple lutz every time i go to the car that's really bad for your cement anyway it each right through the rats hot holes los angeles live there is lay down an an and then shuttle it always get the pet safe saw left never work a hat say forward is that we should give boots for the dogs dogs are going to be fine lines you don't keep him out all night w on speaking of the dogs i'm going to post on our facebook a well yesterday was around one of elf off the shelf in today is round two of elf off the shelf who win the battles speed battle the prince it who'll win the battle of the elf jimmy or anti that's going to be on our facebook page all right eight five five forty laura do you agree with me that we have become what's the fide in certain parts of the country because of this dramatic hyperbolic reporting on things cold weather and by the way the global warming people have all you don't hear from them much right they're like well they're the one they're the ones who are stocking up the most the global warming people iowa change laura climate change alec totally it's like it's like the.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Gortex brand name ski parkas with their perfectly perfectly their thermal underwear that's all hightech gear with the perfect waterproof of gloves that they they have any of that and have ski caps of the type we have they have any they had leather boots they didn't have the little girlie boots with the lambskin a high know lambskin that they have today with the cute little colorful nofee laser no later than al those little packets that you think about eighteen miles they march in the bitter cold to surprised general cornwallis and we complain sao when i say to my kids suck it out buttercup i am tired of this was to vacation of of america and it's encouraging people to be overly dramatic and and it's encouraging people who watch this to think well all i gotta go now i gotta go to the store on my garbage and then you go there and you can't you know you can get a a box of tissues and forget by the by the way buying a bag of salt i have a front walkway that turns into lake placid out front i'm ready to do a triple lutz every time i go to the cars really bad for your cement anyway it each right through the croats hot holes los angeles there there is lay down an an and then shuttle would always get the pet safe saw tough never work a hat say forward is that we should get boots for the dogs dogs are going to be fine lines you don't keep him out all night be on speaking of the dogs i'm going to post on our facebook a well yesterday was around one of elf off the shelf in today is round two of elf off the shelf who will win the battles fee battle the prince did who'll win the battle of the elf jimmy or anti that's going to be on our facebook page all right eight five five forty laura do you agree with me that we have become what's the fide in certain in parts of the country because of this dramatic hyperbolic reporting on things called weather and by the way the global warming people have all you don't hear from them much right they're like well they're the one they're the ones who were stocking up the most the global warming people iowa change laura climate change a totally it's like it's like the climate is changing and that's because the donald trump.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast
"Their yachts up the mississippi river they encountered a casino gambling boats and they're like hey if you're going to gamble dan you gotta give us all your winnings as um it in we'll give you t a bright at power vir said one of my land doubled down if by oh he he was a myth he wasn't real but what happened was uh daniel boon was there and said well we're going to have an independence bull mm hmm her and says are march urge you man archie manning was there to he can't king joe he kicked general cornwallis right in the debt and then there and then it snowed and um mississippi state was in the snow that's true at at event effort and there's effortless there was all this delicious cage in butter in ah they're gonna tax that nece barge and they dump it in that's what it's the butcher city gay party the un's why they dumped water jesse cher and jackie cheryl became ambassador to france i think at goro well actually i do because he castrated bull there and they would be like he is about can make it delicious dish is going to take the bull and put it in satish sheep in than grand him up both alive the tear makes the flesh more delicious and zan he will addicts the entire thing and handed to a report senator has the courage to tackle its i'm told you mandate jackie cheryl there the he'd get the world like honestly france to the world cup jackie sheryl at the helm that's a first round they're getting out there get accurate play easy but without understanding a damn thing may just be the cattle noticed terrifying man with a huge knotted die inspires he always carries the knife always carries the night such as savage america can see see how classy french makes everything that's are running theme for this group of ball games.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on KMJ NOW
"October nineteen a date for the angels on this day and two hundred two b c hannibal is defeated by the romans ending the second punic war october nineteen seventeen eighty one british general cornwallis surrenders at yorktown the us revolutionary war comes to an end fastforward forward to october nineteen 1973 president nixon refuses to turn over the watergate tapes evil about an old whether or not there president trump i'm not a crook i burned everything i've got a few years later on this date in 1987 who extraordinary things happen first black monday word the martyr 420 smart wall street the new our the dow jones stock index bowls a record five hundred points that very same day a wellknown local fresno rock and roll dj named ray appleton made his debut as a talk show host this was the grand radio experiment what was talk radio was just a ploy to save the am dial which many had written off as good as dead there wasn't really talk radio at the time but that's where rapid and a number of influential players come in congratulations ray on your thirtieth anniversary at kg was our one of the ray apple to joe he sponsored by liu rodman's barstool led dining superstore beach cheaper than owning up ten way doesn't shed much.
"general cornwallis" Discussed on WTVN
"Pray there why aren't we quiet in the union jack now why are we have an extra of king george repaired around our general cornwallis for that matter so the that that argument that part of our history if phnom fab um i just know that beer protesters had not pay vat right of fake they were there for one per person that is killer paying eight they've got the right to free speech by the at verona saying at the same time uk y'all fire at a crowded theater and that's what these guys so intense to what could do to inflame paid off and they got what they wanted it got what they want it if you have to think that there you know those boy fight that twenty year old who i hope get what eager that perfectly o k her run over people there who are fed up with what people paying for which are nothing but hey trad of uh other racers renault other coulter that make up this great country i i'm just so shocked by everything and yet trump you could tell when he finally came out they later with his apology he went airport who he was rained up from a talent prompter and how eat a good advice than the burt from that country report you end or ring or you know the approval rating a bad enough i think i'd give hit helping south i looked at it'd be watching that press what i like to do and i will tell you one guy on fox news that really stood out to me this week is charles krauthammer who is a who is on the said that bret baier special report show every night six o'clock fox news.