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General Gage's informers; new material upon Lexington & Concord. Benjamin Thompson as loyalist & the treachery of Benjamin Church, Jr.

Author: Allen French
Publisher: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 1932.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
French, Allen, 1870-1946.
General Gage's informers.
Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press, 1932
(OCoLC)654551508
Named Person: Benjamin Rumford, Graf von; Benjamin Church; Thomas Gage; Benjamin Church; Thomas Gage; Benjamin Rumford, Graf von
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allen French
OCLC Number: 1152969
Description: xv, 207 pages : frontispiece, folded map, facsimiles ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. General Gage's secret information --
2. Lexington : The crossing "by sea." Mackenzie's and Lister's accounts ; The march to Lexington. Pitcairn's personality. His report to Gage. Lister and Sutherland on Lexington. Smith controls his men. Review and conclusions --
3. Concord fight : Captain Laurie's letter. How not to write history ; Mackenzie and Lister. The map. Lister's story of Concord ; Sutherland again. His many new details ; Laurie once more. His careful story of the Fight. ; The British tactics at Concord. Street-firing - modified. Why Sutherland was in the Manse field ; The "scalping." The declaration of British privates. General note on Concord fight --
4. Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford --
5. Dr. Benjamin Church : More letters of intelligence. Church condemns himself ; Corroboration ; Church's methods ; His visit to Boston ; Church as director of the hospital. Charges and exoneration ; The cipher letter. Its discovery. His trial and imprisonment. "So much for indiscretion." ; The end of Church. Sickness and parole. Popular rage. "Whether living or dead God only knows."
Responsibility: A study by Allen French.

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