The battle of vermont in 1777, History

At the battle of vermont in 1777 general stark sad "my men, yonder are the hessians. they were brought for seven pounds and ten pence a man. are you worth more? prove it. tonight, the american flag floats from yonder hill, or molly stark sleeps a widow! write a clear paragraph that describes this quote. thank you so much

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