The Battle of Bunker Hill, or, The death of Warren
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Published by Printed for the author by J. Seymour in New-York .
Written in English


  • Warren, Joseph, -- 1741-1775. -- Poetry,
  • Bunker Hill, Battle of, Boston, Mass., 1775 -- Poetry

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Edition Notes

Other titlesDeath of Warren
Statementby Alexander Coffin, Jun
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 31190
The Physical Object
Pagination69 [i.e. 96] p.
Number of Pages96
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15080167M

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