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" After completing the necessary preparations for action, the regiment formed, and marched about one o'clock. When it reached Charlestown Neck we found two regiments halted, in consequence of a heavy enfilading fire thrown across it, of round, bar, and... "
The Historical Magazine, and Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ... - Page 403
1868
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The Veil Removed: Or, Reflections on David Humphrey's Essay on the Life of ...

John Fellows - History - 1843 - 231 pages
...occupied as an arsenal, where each man received a gill cup full of powder, fifteen balls, and one flint. After completing the necessary preparations for action,...bar, and chain shot, from the Lively frigate, and floating batteries anchored in Charles river, and a floating battery lying in the river Mystic. Maj....
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The Lives and Services of Major General John Thomas, Colonel Thomas Knowlton ...

United States - 1845 - 222 pages
...proportion of the men had cartridge-boxes, the remainder made use of powder-horns and ball- pouches. " After completing the necessary preparations for action,...regiments halted in consequence of a heavy enfilading fire " * This distinguished veteran is still alive, (1818) in the 91st yearof his age, and resides in the...
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The lives and services of Major General John Thomas, Colonel Thomas Knowlton ...

Charles Coffin - United States - 1845 - 222 pages
...miles, to the scene of the anticipated attack. When it reached Charlestown Neck, two regiments were halted in consequence of a heavy enfilading fire thrown across it, of round, bar, and chain-shot, from the Lively frigate, and floating batteries anchored in Charles river, and a floating...
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The Lives and Services of Major General John Thomas, Colonel Thomas Knowlton ...

United States - 1845 - 222 pages
...on.i Unit, 'i'lt ^B^ii^B^H i!i, " i,i I, .i^^^ n 'l il,i UP ^1 JilOSl i^, ^110(1 IthoL . I ^'^^^^^^ thrown across it, of round, bar and chain shot, from the Lively frigate and floating batteries anchored in Charles river and a floating battery 1 ying in the river Mystic. Ma....
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The Yankee Tea-party; Or, Boston in 1773

Henry Clay Watson - United States - 1852 - 180 pages
...proportion of the men had cartridge-boxes, the remainder made use of powder-horns and ballpouches. ' 'After completing the necessary preparations for action,...bar, and chain shot, from the Lively frigate, and floating batteries anchored in Charles river, and a floating battery laying in the river Mystic. Major...
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Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the ..., Volume 8

John Ward Dean, George Folsom, John Gilmary Shea, Henry Reed Stiles, Henry Barton Dawson - United States - 1864
...brigadier general Huntington, of Connecticut. remainder made use of powder horns and ball pouches. After completing the necessary preparations for action,...bar, and chain shot, from the Lively frigate, and floating batteries anchored in Charles river, and a floating battery laying in the river Mystic. Major...
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Historical Magazine: And Notes and Queries Concerning the Antiquities ...

United States - 1868
...powder-horns and ball-pouches. After completing the necessary preparations for action, the Regiment f ormed, and marched about one o'clock. When it reached Charlestown...battery laying in the This distinguished veteran is still alive, in the n'metyflret year of his age, and resides in the State of New Hampshire. river...
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Life of Israel Putnam ("Old Put"): Major-general in the Continental Army

Increase Niles Tarbox - 1876 - 389 pages
...Stark's regiment. It relates to the march of the regiment from Medford to Bunker Hill. He says, " When it reached Charlestown Neck we found two regiments...Lively frigate, and the floating batteries anchored in Charles River, and a floating battery laying in the Mystic. Major McClary went forward and observed...
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the new england

david clapp - 1877
...descendants, and, in the language of Webster, "forms a part of the regalia of the republic." "When we reached Charlestown Neck we found two regiments halted in consequence of a heavy enfilading fire across it of round, bar and chain shot from the Lively frigate, from floating batteries anchored in...
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