Errata, vol. II, no. 1.
‘Medford in the War of the Revolution.’
P. 44. There were two negroes by the Eame of Prince Hall. One, probably the servant of Stephen Hall, died in service. The other, who signed the receipt for bounty June 1778, was a prominent man among the colored people of Boston in later years. P. 45. Thomas Revalion's name does not appear among Massachusetts soldiers, 1775-1783. P. 46. William Earl lost his leg while one of the crew of the ‘Alliance.’ He enlisted on that ship about two months after the battle between the ‘Bon Homme Richard’ and the ‘Serapis.’