Her Bath friend appeals to a miniature (engraved for this work) by Roche, of Bath, taken when she was in her seventy-seventh year.
"You must sketch it," said the colonel of the seventy-seventh, and the officer obeyed.
They had also left a great many guns and cartridge boxes; and a flag, which the seventy-seventh bore away in triumph.
In the camp of the seventy-seventh, the adornments were profuse and beautiful.
He died in 1702, in his seventy-seventh year, and the bones of him lie in Sleepy Hollow Church.
Colonel French, of the seventy-seventh, was injured, but not seriously.
Portions of the Fifty-seventh and seventy-seventh Ohio still adhered.
He died on 26th January 1850, in his seventy-seventh year, having been in harness almost to the very last.
He died at ten minutes past one on the morning of July 28, 1848, a few days before his seventy-seventh birthday.
In 1843 the author of 'Castle Rackrent,' in her seventy-seventh year, was still working assiduously in her Edgeworthstown home.