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British fusilier in Revolutionary Boston

Frederick Mackenzie

British fusilier in Revolutionary Boston

diary, January 5-April 30, 1775; with a letter describing his voyage of America

by Frederick Mackenzie

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Published by Harvard Univ. Press in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.

  • Edition Notes

    Statemented. by Allen French.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 83 p. port., maps.
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16361965M

    ing the "Order book" of General Howe, in New York historical collections, , page , it has been ascertained that the author of the diary was Captain William Haslewood of the Sixty-third British infantry. There is every reason to believe that he was an actor in the events he describes. The Sixty-third iinfantry was raised in as the second. The Siege of Boston occurred during the American Revolution and began Ap and lasted until Ma Commencing after the opening battles at Lexington & Concord, the Siege of Boston saw the growing American army block the land approaches to the course of the siege, the two sides clashed at the bloody Battle of Bunker Hill in June French, Allen (ed) A British Fusilier in Revolutionary Boston, by Lt. Frederick Mackenzie, Cambridge, MA: Harvard Univ. Press, (Mackenzie was an officer in the British Army, occupying Boston in This is his diary). The 23rd Regiment of Foot, Royal Welch Fusiliers in America is actively seeking recruits. Please go to our “I Want to be a Fusilier” Page for more information on how you could become part of one of the premier British revolutionary war reenacting regiments! ——————- .


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Through the night of Apa British column marched westward from Boston, their objective to raid a Yankee store of weapons hidden in the nearby town of Concord. But unbeknownst to the column, William Dawes and Paul Revere rode out ahead, alarming the countryside along the way, sent by forgotten Revolutionary War hero Dr.

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Part of this diary, describing the events at Lexington and Concord on Apwas published a few years ago under the title "A British Fusilier in Revolutionary Boston." The present volume includes that section as well as all the remainder of the remarkable diary kept between and by Frederick Mackenzie; it is printed without.

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