The gage had been thrown down to Andrew, and he dared not pick it up.
I flung my gauntlet of buffalo-hide at his feet in gage of battle.
Even Samuel Adams, so reasoned the advisers of Gage, might be bought.
Gage knew too well that others of the companies were thoroughly disaffected.
To be sure, Gage was a trifle disingenuous in reviewing the past.
But Gage was endeavoring to salve his smart and conceal his own shame.
As to what should best be done, Gage had no idea; Burgoyne, however, was ready with a plan.
In Gage's place now stood Howe, on whom the British hopes centred.
In fact, even the deliberations of the workmen's caucuses must have been known to Gage.
Gage and his advisers, "greatly puzzled," also watched the crystallizing of opinion.