General Gage's instructions, of 22d February 1775, to Captain Brown and Ensign d'Bernicre [i.e. d'Berniere], (of the army under his command) whom he ordered to take a sketch of the roads, passes, heights, &c. from Boston to Worcester, and to make other observations: with a curious narrative of occurences during their mission, wrote by the ensign. : Together with an account of their doings, in consequence of further orders and instructions from General Gage, of the 20th March following, to proceed to Concord, to reconnoitre and find out the state of the provincial magazines; what number of cannon, &c. they have, and in what condition. : Also, an account of the transactions of the British troops, from the time they marched out of Boston, on the evening of the 18th, 'till their confused retreat back, on the ever memorable nineteenth of April 1775; and a return of their killed, wounded and missing on that auspicious day, as made to General Gage. (Left in town by a British officer previous to the evacuation of it by the enemy, and now printed for the information and amusement of the curious.)
Printed, and to be sold, by J. Gill, in Court-Street.,
|Series:||Early American imprints.
no. 16293. |
|Online Access:||Evans Digital Edition|
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