The Nineteenth of April 1775; Exhibiting a Fair and Impartial Account of the Engagement fought on the Day, Chiefly in the Towns of Concord, Lexington, and Menotomy, Between a Detachment of His Brittanick Majesty's Regular Troops and the Militia of the Province of Massachusetts Bay; With Candid Remarks upon Certain Relations of this Sanguinary Event as set Forth by Other Hands. American History, Harold Murdock.

The Nineteenth of April 1775; Exhibiting a Fair and Impartial Account of the Engagement fought on the Day, Chiefly in the Towns of Concord, Lexington, and Menotomy, Between a Detachment of His Brittanick Majesty's Regular Troops and the Militia of the Province of Massachusetts Bay; With Candid Remarks upon Certain Relations of this Sanguinary Event as set Forth by Other Hands.

Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1923. Limited edition. Original Red Cloth, paper label on spine. Octavo, pp. 134, illustrated with copper plates, two page fold out map of the town and harbor of Boston. Number 335 of 575 copies printed. Beautifully produced collection of three papers originally read before the Massachusetts Historical Society and the Colonial Society ("Historic Doubts on the Battle at Lexington ," "The British at Concord," "Earl Percy's Retreat to Charlestown" ). Very Good, mild ex-lib. Item #1918

A scarce and important publication.

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