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George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 6, 10th edition. 2 0 Browse Search
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en returned to take up the dead, they prepared to fire again, but were checked by Preston, while the Twenty-Ninth Regiment appeared under arms in King Street, as if bent on a further massacre. This is our time, Mrs. Mary Gardner, B. N. 25. Deposition, 144. Of her credibility, see Samuel Adams in Boston Gazette, 31 Dec. 1770. cried soldiers of the Fourteenth; and dogs were never seen more greedy for their prey. William Fallass, Boston Narrative, 143. Compare those of All-man, of Matthias King, and of Robert Twelves Hewes. The bells rung in all the churches; the town drums beat. To arms, to arms, was the cry. And now was to be tested the true character of Boston. All its sons came forth, excited almost to madness; many were absolutely distracted by the sight of the dead bodies, and of the blood, which ran plentifully in the street, and was imprinted in all directions by the foot-tracks on the snow. Our hearts, says Warren, beat to arms; almost resolved by one stroke to