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The battle of Bemis's heights was fought near there, in 1777, and is sometimes known as the battle of Stillwater.The Military Journals of Two Private Soldiers, 1758-1775|Abraham Tomlinson
Clemmer had played cards with a certain sharp known as Pete Stillwater, and lost two hundred and fifty dollars.
Soon they came in sight of the river and saw Stillwater in a small craft, sculling his way to the opposite shore.
As Stillwater went down, Rasco leaped forward and came down upon him.
Wall, Stillwater, do yer think it war a trick now, tellin' yer ter look behind yer?