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“At the Rocher de Cancale, usually called Coulon's (after the proprietor), the cooking and the wines are everything that can be desired, but the prices can hardly be called moderate.”
“And of course lots of sea-gulls and mallard ducks if I go down to Gene Coulon park.”
“July 3: Coulon de Villiers attacks Fort Necessity; Washington surrenders that night”
“At daybreak on July 3, while Coulon was at the glen, a single shot had broken the quiet at Great Meadows and a sentry called for the officer of the guard.”
“Coulon ordered them taken back to Washington and sent six French soldiers with them.”
“Coulon lost three dead, one an Indian, and a few slightly wounded.39”
“Coulon would head out with about 800 Frenchmen and at least 400 Indians, although many Indians came and went during the march.”
“Coulon said he had told van Braam that “as we were not at war, we were very willing to save them from the cruelties to which they exposed themselves, on account of the Indians.””
““We let the English know,” Coulon said, “that if they would speak to us, we would stop firing.””
““We took particular care to secure our posts,” Coulon recorded, “to keep the English fast up in their fort all night.””
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