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Definition of Campbell

  • United States mythologist (1904-1987)

How to use campbell in a sentence. Campbell pronunciation.

He was a frequent visitor at Inverary Castle, and was fascinated by his host's daughter, Lady Charlotte Campbell.
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The Campbells are Coming,' etc.
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Military duty was performed day and night, as in a state of actual warfare, by the militia companies in rotation; and thus, having placed the province in a state of preparation, with arms in the hands of the people, and given to the newly arrived Governor, Lord William Campbell, a reception which boded small repose to his authority, the Provincial Congress adjourned itself on the 22d day of June, leaving their authority, in great part, to the Council of Safety and General Committee.
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The very day that this event occurred, Lord William Campbell, the Governor, fled to the Tamar sloop of war.
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His headquarters were at Purysburg, on the Savannah river, but a few miles from Abercorn, where Colonel Campbell lay with the main body of the enemy.
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The garrison consisted of two hundred men commanded by Colonel Campbell.
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But this was not probably achieved with sufficient rapidity, and the garrison was strengthening itself while the Americans were busy in catching Campbell, and cutting down the fugitives.
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There were probably several causes combined, which baffled the perfect success of the enterprise: the guides are said to have blundered; there was too much time lost in capturing Campbell, and probably in the prosecution of some private revenges.
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Lieut.-Col. Campbell was suffered to remain on parole.
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After crossing Socastee swamp, a famous resort for the Tories, he heard of a party of British dragoons under Colonel Campbell.
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A short encounter followed between Campbell and Horry, in which the former was worsted.
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Campbell's horse was killed under him, and he narrowly escaped.
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While Horry was skirmishing with Campbell, Major John Postelle, who was stationed to guard the lower part of the Pedee, succeeded in capturing Captain Depeyster, with twenty-nine grenadiers.
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Campbell, was nearly all the baggage of the British army.
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But a few days had elapsed after the execution of Hayne when a party of Marion's men, under Captain Ervine, fell in with and captured a favorite British officer, Captain Campbell, with two subalterns, in charge of a convoying detachment.
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The North Carolinians, under Gen. Sumner, occupied the right; the Marylanders, under Col. Williams, the left; the Virginians, under Col. Campbell, the centre.
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Campbell, of the British, and several others, were killed.
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Thus, when the City Temple London, the most famous Congregational church in the world, sought a successor to Dr. Campbell, it chose Dr. Joseph Fort Newton, of Iowa, a Universalist.
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At this moment it was also known that the Governor was shut up in Council with the depraved and desperate Crossley, Mr. Palmer, the Commissary, Mr. Campbell, a Merchant, and Mr. Arndell (the latter three, Magistrates) and that Mr. Gore (the Provost-Marshal) and Mr. Fulton (the Chaplain) were also at Government House, all ready to sanction whatever Crossley proposed or the Governor ordered.
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He was born, he says on "a great big place that b'longed to Mister Jim Campbell; I don't know just exactly how big, but there was a lot of us working on it when I was a little fellow.
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Examples of Campbell

Example #1
His delight was in the use of the pen; his father, although disappointed by his failure as a statesman, allowed him a thousand a year, and he took a cottage at Barnes, that he might there escape from the world to his ink-bottle.
Example #2
When he came of age he entered Parliament for Hindon, in Wiltshire, but seldom went to the House, never spoke in it, and retired after a few sessions.
Example #3
When not in use this aesthetic instrument (in its box) knocks about on deck or underfoot, among pots and pans, exposed in all weather; no one seems to fear it will be injured.
Example #4
The boys curled up to sleep, except Beaulieu.
Example #5
Absentees having estates, were, with certain exceptions, required to return; and it was further resolved that no persons ought to withdraw from the service of the Colony, without giving good and sufficient reasons to the Provincial Congress.
Example #6
It has been seen that the only share which Marion had in the proceedings of this body, was that of an assenting member.