Part of the poem about the Battle Of North Point depicting the fallen General Ross who was said to have been shot by American soldiers Wells and McComas:
With sunshine streaming face
McComas walk'd the steps through air.
With Wells departed out of sight.
They passed to distant climes afar.
Unbounded by the shades of night
The wounded Ross by friendly arms
Was laid beside the crimson road.
General Ross's body was preserved in a barrel of rum with the intent of being returned to Ireland. The war interfered with those plans and his body was shipped to Halifax, Nova Scotia.