He was not a good tactician. He kept repeating Morgan’s tactics from the battle at Cowpens, but without success. He was lucky to have Francis Marion, Daniel Morgan, William Washington, Harry Lee, and Thadeus Kosciusco working for him in the southern theater. He was easily upset by criticism. He was vain. He sought praise and glory. He was a Federalist. He bought slaves after the war.
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