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RANGERS AND SOVEREIGNTY 31
was seen of them. On inspecting the battle ground
the Rangers found three bodies. Four of their number
were more or less hurt, William Moss being shot
in the right arm and shoulder, the ball ranging
through the breast and coming out on the left side.
Arch Martin shot in the left groin; Eli Lloyd three
slight wounds in the arms, and Pink Ayers, two balls
in the hips. It was estimated that there were twenty
Indians, seventeen bucks, two squaws and a boy. All
of the stock which these Indians had, twenty head,
together with some of their firearms, saddles and
accoutrements, fell into the hands of the Rangers.
None of the wounds sustained by the pursuers proved
serious, except those of William Moss; he has always
suffered more or less with his."
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