845 ; fortified by Cornwallis, 896 ; approach of the
allied armies to, 909 ; confidence of Cornwallis in
his power to defend description of the fortifications
of, 910 ; investment of, by the allies, 911 ; opening
of the first parallel at the siege of, 912 ; French
driven from their batteries at, 915 ; articles of
capitulation of, 918 ; imposing scene at the sur
render of, 919 ; number of troops surrendered at,
922 ; Sir H. Clinton sails from New York for the
relief of, on the day of the surrender, 924 ; evacu
ated by both armies within two weeks after its sur
render the surrender at, virtually closed the War
for Independence, 925 ; reception in England of the
news of the surrender of Lord North powerfully
effected by the fall of, 926 ; operations of Gen.
Greene after the surrender of, 893.
ZINZENDORF, Count, the first white man who pene
trated the vale of Wyoming preservation of, from
Indian murderers biographical notice of (note), 650.
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