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1774-09-02, Gen. Brattle's justification of his actions
September 2, 1774 letter by General William Brattle, major-general of the Militia of Great Britain in Massachusetts, who was accused of notifying
Governor Thomas Gage that the gunpowder stored in Cambridge should be removed. Brattle denied this in this public letter, although he further indicated
that in fact orders for its removal subsequently occurred. Ultimately he stated he was driven from his home in Cambridge and moved to Boston.
(Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles originally held by the American Antiquarian Society Library in Worcester, Massachusetts).
Title:   To the public. Boston, September 2, 1774 : I think it but justice to myself to give an account of my conduct, for which I am blamed ...
OCLC Number:   62806884
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