Colonel Stark in a letter to Matthew Thornton, who was president of a Provincial Convention at Exeter, New Hampshire, addressed a letter to him there, two days after the battle stating that Major McClary was killed by a cannon-ball and Captain Baldwin and Lieutenant Scott by small arms.
He further furnished the following:—
The whole number, including officers,
killed and missing,15
He also transmitted the account of Reed's losses, at the desire of the lattThe Battle of Bunker Hill.
He appears there as the clergyman in bands.
The military service of Reed and Poor you know too well for us to tell you. To the latter the S. A. R. of New Jersey have this present month dedicated a memorial.
Captain Isaac Baldwin, one of Stark's men who fell in the great battle, was spoken of as an officer of merit, and we are pleased to have in our chapter membership one of his descendants.
Colonel Dearborn, Daniel Webster and Henry Wilson reversed the conditi
a copy of the constitution M. A. Singing society, with the names subscribed, and the following is a list of names who have had billets of invitation to Join the society by the unanimous vote of the said society, who have accepted the invitation as we the subscribers understand.
Benjamin Pratt, Jr.
James W. Brooks
Esther W. Merrill
S. Turner making in all forty nine
To the selectmen of the Town of Medford
We the subscribers, a committee chosen from the within named M. A. S. society for the purpose of making a statement, of the intentions and situation of said society as well as a statement of the assistance they think they must have