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The main rivers and estuaries are the Thames, Severn and the Humber. While English settlers and their descendants constituted only about 60 percent of the European settlers and half of the four million residents living from Maine to Georgia, according to the 1790 census, they had ensured the dominance of English institutions and culture throughout the new republic. At 9.05am two runners arrived and informed Major Walsh, the commanding officer, that the attack was to be postponed.

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