Battles that followed favored the British forces. In the cold, thousands of Washingtons troops died from lack of supplies and the frigid winter. While the British were comfortable in Philadelphia. Washington established a spy network to gather information on British troops in New York. A plot was uncovered by one of his Generals to surrender West Point to the British. The main conspirator escaped, but associate spies were hung, and Washington took control of West Point himself.
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