The Stand at Concord Bridge

This morning, between 1 and 2 o’clock, we were alarmed by the ringing of the bell, and upon examination found that the troops, to the number of 800, had stole their march from Boston, in boats and barges, from the bottom of the Common over to the point in Cambridge, near to Inman’s farm, and …

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