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Page 27 - The true Sons of Liberty and supporters of the non-importation agreement are determined to resent any...
Page 81 - Under this tree Washington first took command of the American Army, July 3d, 1775.
Page 24 - I may be able, not only to fupport my f elf during the Interval, but be better prepared to proceed again with this Paper whenever an opening for that purpofe appears, which I hope will be foon. WILLIAM BRADFORD. land into America.
Page 24 - STOP a while, in order to deliberate, whether any Methods can be found to elude the Chains forged for us...
Page 94 - Two of these regiments were under arms in King street, formed into three lines on the north side of the street and in thirteen divisions, and a detachment from the Massachusetts regiment of artillery, with two pieces of cannon, was on their right wing. At one o'clock the Declaration was proclaimed by...
Page 71 - Plate III. The Engagement at the North Bridge in Concord/ A. Doolittle Scupl'/ 1. The Detachment of the Regulars who fired first/ on the Provincials at the Bridge/ 2. The Provincials headed by Colonel Robinson &/ Major Buttrick./ 3. The Bridge.
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Page 165 - ... there was but one thing for him to do, and that was to build a new building.