Excerpt from Facts Relative to the Campaign of the Niagara in 1814
General Ripley on hearing the constant and heavy firing between General Porter and the enemy, mentioned to General Brown, that I'orter was engaged and ought to be supported. General Brown immediately ordered G... eneral Scott to get his brigade in readiness for action, and gave the same orders to General Ripley, which were immediately complied with.
General Scott had scarcely his brigade in motion. Before the enemy made their appearance in line of battle on his right. Gen. Scott advanced his brigade to meet the enemy, nnd commenced the action. General Ripley had his brigade formed in line of battle, and remained some time exposed to the enemy's artillery.
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