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Baxter, with pistols, fired at his breast, and missing him, retired; Postelle and Greene, with swords, engaged him; both were beaten off.
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He writes to Adjutant Postelle: "You will proceed with a party down Black river, from Black Mingo to the mouth of Pedee, and come up to this place.
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Similar orders with those which were given to Postelle, were addressed to Col. P. Horry; and they were both dispatched; the one, as we have seen, between Black and Pedee rivers, the other to Waccamaw Creek.
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On the 29th January, he sent out two small detachments of thirty men each, under Colonel and Major Postelle, to strike at the smaller British posts beyond the Santee.
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At Keithfield, near Monk's Corner, Major Postelle captured forty of the British regulars without the loss of a man.
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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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Depeyster had taken post in the dwelling-house of Postelle's father.
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We find, at this time, a correspondence of Marion with two of the British officers, in relation to the detention, as a prisoner, of Captain Postelle, who, it seems, though bearing a flag, was detained for trial by the enemy.
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The British officers thus addressed, alleged against Postelle that he had broken his parole.
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Marion took decisive measures for compelling the necessary respect to his flag, by seizing upon Captain Merritt, the bearer of a British flag, and putting him in close keeping as a security for Postelle.
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Examples of Postelle

Example #1
Greene nearly lost his head.
Example #2
He was a brave fellow.
Example #3
You will take all the boats and canoes from Euhaney up, and impress negroes to bring them to camp-put some men to see them safe.
Example #4
You will take every horse, to whomsoever he may belong, whether friend or foe.
Example #5
Other parties were sent out in other quarters, with like objects; and, with the whole contiguous country thus placed under the keenest surveillance, Marion hailed the close of the year in his swamp fortress.
Example #6
In this proceeding he was justified by the authority of Governor Rutledge, from whom, with a brigadier's commission, he had received military command over a region of country of vast extent, which the indefatigable partisan contrived to compass and coerce, if not altogether to command and control.