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“With Blood the ground is dyed”

This posting concludes Ebenezer Stiles’s “Story of the Battle of Concord and Lexinton and Revear’s ride Twenty years ago”, a poetic narration of the Battle of Lexington and Concord from 1795.Yesterday’s installment left off as Patriot militiamen were massing above the North Bridge in Concord.6The British troops with victory flushedIn wars by sea and landScorned their foe the often crushedD
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