Definition of Battle of monmouth court house
1. Noun. A pitched battle in New Jersey during the American Revolution (1778) that ended with the withdrawal of British forces.
Generic synonyms: Pitched Battle
Group relationships: American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, American War Of Independence, War Of American Independence
Geographical relationships: Garden State, Jersey, New Jersey, Nj
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Literary usage of Battle of monmouth court house
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1. The Life of General Daniel Morgan: Of the Virginia Line of the Army of the by James Graham (1856)
"... the British line of march—Battle of Monmouth Court-house—Morgan's disappointment at not having had a share in the conflict—Enemy retreat to Middletown, ..."
2. The History of New Jersey from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time by William Henry Carpenter, Timothy Shay Arthur (1856)
"... retreats across the Jerseys—Washington starts in pursuit—Battle of Monmouth Court House—Lee's conduct during the action censured—He is arrested, tried, ..."