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tent to march along the Mystic, and so, flank Prescott and his garrison at the redoubt. To intercepmpshire, as the left wing by the Mystic, with Prescott and most of his detachment at Breed's as the ed it, after a stout and heroic resistance by Prescott and his garrison, many of the latter being kiments, and hasten to Cambridge to report with Prescott that the day was lost. He chose to take his ncroft, who was a warm friend and partisan of Prescott, admits that the General ‘assumed’ it on the It is quite curious or noteworthy how afraid Prescott writers are of the bond between the two, and is, warm friend and grandiloquent eulogist of Prescott, and mortal enemy and vehement abuser of Putnn or the public took any particular notice of Prescott whatever. Yet Prescott was a brave and faithrs in rank, to which it may be added that Colonel Prescott gave no order to General Putnam, from the beginning to the end, but Putnam ordered Prescott and forces all along the line, and was obeyed. A[7 more...]<
434, 36, 38, 41, 60 Phipps, Emma61 Phipps, Katherine ( Brackenbury)35 Phipps, Captain Samuel61, 63 Phipps, Solomon21, 34 Pillsbury, Harry N.66 Pillsbury, L. B.66, 74 Pillsbury, Mrs. Mary A.66 Piscataquog River50 Piscataquog Village50 Plymouth Colony, The81 Plymouth, Mass.7 Plymouth Rock78 Pomeroy, General Seth90 Pomfret, Conn.88 Poole, Captain Jonathan76 Pope School, The46 Porter, Jonathan52, 53 Potomac Canals, The54 Pottery, The, Somerville44 Powder House, The13, 81 Prescott, Col.86, 89, 90, 91, 93, 98, 99 Prescott Street, Somerville22, 42 Pritchard Family, The47 Private Schools, Charlestown60 Prospect Hill15, 25, 73, 92 Prospect Hill Church104 Prospect Hill Line of Intrenchments, Somerville, Marking of82 Prospect Hill Monument82, 85 Prospect Hill Park Celebration, The73 Prospect Hill Park, Dedication of73 Prospect Hill Park, Dedication Programme of77 Prospect Hill Tower, Commemorative Tablets74, 75, 76 Prospect Hill Schoolhouse46, 47 Prospect Street,