The Mexican War And Its Heroes...
In the following year [after being exchanged as a POW] General Winfield Scott was engaged in a still more glorious affair at Fort Grey [Lewiston, New York, opposite Queenston, Canada].
In the passage of the river, before taking this place, he led the van and rushed up the steep Canadian bank amid a shower of balls and drove the British into the woods. At the fort he tore down the flag with his own hands and afterward pursued the enemy until evening.
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