Late news of the excursion and ravages of the king's troops on the nineteenth of April, 1775: as set forth in the narratives of Lieut. William Sutherland of His Majesty's 38th regiment of foot and of Richard Pope of the 47th regiment
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18th of April 38th Regiment Adair Alarm anonymous letter copied beat to Arms Boston Bridge Bridge1 British fire Buckman Tavern burnt priming called Cambridge Cochrane Colonel Smith confirms Barker's Country detachment diary Disposition Enemy erland's fired immediately flank follow Frederick Mackenzie galloping halted a little heared hedge height hope for mercy hot fire Infantry and Grenadiers joined killed large body Laurie Laurie's order Lieu Lieut Lieutenant Light Infantry Lord Percy Lumm Main body Major Mitchell Major Pitcairn march from Concord march to Lexington Marines MASSACHUSETT mentioned mett miles militia mounted officers narrative Nineteenth of April O'Clock Parsons party Provincials fired rebels appeared report to Gage returned RICHARD POPE Richard Pope's Book rode in amongst sent Serjeant shot Sion Hill Soldiers Suther Sutherland reports Sutherland's horse Sutherland's statement take possession tion told Town of Lexington troops vast number Whissing witness woods wounded yards