Captain Byrnes transferred the two Parrots to an eminence just upon the river and above the town, and answered her fire.
Byrnes barricaded his house and sent to MacNaghten for help.
I have heard Mr. Byrnes' reputation for truth and veracity spoken of, but not until these trials had commenced.
The Byrnes are coming in a minute—and he's bringing the Choir.
At the time of the first rush, there was one or two near Mr. Hutchins, and Mr. Byrnes might have been one of them.
But the evening at the Byrnes' house did nothing to clear things up.
Colonel Grigsby and Captain Byrnes also crossed the river here, and succeeded in escaping.
Henry Stimpson duly waited on the Byrnes and explained the position.
Had heard Mr. Byrnes' truth, &c., spoken against for some time back.
William Ross was called to the stand as to the character of Byrnes, but Mr. Byrnes being absent, was withdrawn.