Loyalists

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Battle Of Musgrove Mill - Battle
... joint command of Colonels Isaac Shelby, James Williams, and Elijah Clarke prepared to raid a Loyalist camp at Musgrove’s Mill, which controlled the local grain supply and guarded a ford of the Enoree River ... a garrison of about an equal number of Loyalists, but a local farmer informed them that the Tories had recently been reinforced by about a hundred Loyalist militia and two hundred provincial ... they retreated back toward the line of ambush until the Loyalists were nearly on the Patriot line ...
Maryland Loyalists Battalion - Formation of The First Battalion of Maryland Loyalists
... The First Battalion of Maryland Loyalists was composed primarily of colonists from the Eastern Shore of Maryland it was commissioned in British-held Philadelphia in Mid-October ... of Newtown, Maryland, (today known as Chestertown, Maryland), was an active loyalist writer ... time as prisoners in Cuba, the Maryland Loyalists were eventually sent back to New York City, the command center for British forces in the war ...
Loyalist (American Revolution)
... Loyalists were American colonists who remained loyal to the Kingdom of Great Britain (and the British monarchy) during the American Revolutionary War ... When their cause was defeated, about 20% of the Loyalists fled to other parts of the British Empire, in Britain or elsewhere in British North America, especially Ontario and New Brunswick, where ... that between 15 and 20 percent of the 2.5 million whites in the colonies were Loyalists, or about 500,000 men, women and children ...
Li Meng
... Later that same year (192), Dong Zhuo's loyalists led by Li Jue, Guo Si, Fan Chou, and Zhang Ji came to the city of Chang'an ... Li Meng and his friend Wang Fang made a secret pact with the loyalists and opened Chang'an's gates together, allowing Dong Zhuo's loyalists into the city ... Li Meng and Wang Fang then joined the loyalists against their new master Wang Yun ...
Southern Unionist
... These people are also referred to as Southern Loyalists, Union Loyalists, and Lincoln Loyalists ...