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Chapter 33: Effects of the day of Lexington and Concord in Europe. May to July, 1775. the news from Lexington surprised London i
relative or friend, answered, Yes, many brothers at Lexington and Concord.
Ten days before the news arrived, Lord Effingham, who in his y son only, inhumanly murdered by the king's troops at Lexington and Concord.
Other sums were added; and an account of what had been done was negotiate, and to fight.
The effects of General Gage's attempt at Concord are fatal, said Dartmouth, who just began to wake from his dream o been heard from America later than the retreat of the British from Concord, and the surprise of Ticonderoga.
Metz, the strongest place on th enthusiasm; and before he left the table, the men of Lexington and Concord had won for America a volunteer in Lafayette.
In Paris, wits, p onsent to become her subjects.
So judged the statesmen of France, on hearing of the retreat from Concord, and the seizure of Ticonderoga.