Fleeing From King’s Mountain
They advance and hail their visitors while permitting their horses to drink at the creek. But the horsemen responded only by a confused flight. They fired upon the flying corps and a single horse stops, unable to proceed. His rider surrenders in dismay. From him they learned that his party was just from King’s Mountain and escaping as best they could from their assailants. Having gotten off from that scene of carnage, they were pushing on with no other object than personal safety.
Then they went out and collected as many friends as could be gathered and conveyed away their spoils where they and their friends could enjoy the benefit.