A river and a hill (2)

The redcoats have crossed at the north bridge. The 64th Foot swept through a rifle battalion earning a breakthrough move which took them into contact with the unprepared 3rd LD. The dragoons' brave colonel Washington kept them going through two rounds of melee but they cracked in the third round and fell back disordered.

Everyone is being much more cagey around the south bridge. The remaining provincial regiment seems to have had enough.

Meanwhile the continental artillery section has made an unexpected escape to rejoin the continental regiment of the first brigade.

Now, do the reserve continentals hold the hill or counterattack?


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