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" ... in the streets of Boston. The sun was near setting when the march commenced. The roll of the drum, at that unquiet crisis, seemed to go through the streets, less as the martial music of the soldiers, than as a muster-call to the inhabitants themselves. "
Cyclopaedia of American Literature: Embracing Personal and Critical Notices ... - Page 499
by Evert Augustus Duyckinck, George Long Duyckinck - 1855
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American Stories

Edward Everett Hale - 1903 - 296 pages
...muster-call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude by various avenues assembled in King street,1 which was destined to be the scene, nearly a century...crowd of their descendants still showed the strong and somber features of their character perhaps more strikingly in such a stern emergency than on happier...
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Literary Readings: An Introduction to the Study of Literature

Charles Madison Curry - 1903 - 572 pages
...avenues assembled in King street, which was destined to be the scene, nearly 50 a century afterward, of another encounter between the troops of Britain...Pilgrims came, this crowd of their descendants still 55 showed the strong and sombre features of their character perhaps more strikingly in such a stern...
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Shoemaker's Best Selections for Readings and Recitations, Issue 5

1905 - 636 pages
...soldiers than as a muster call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene, nearly a century afterward, of another encounter between the troops of Britain and a people struggling against her tyranny....
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Best Things from Best Authors...

1905 - 642 pages
...soldiers than as a muster call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene, nearly a century afterward, of another encounter between the troops of Britain and a people struggling against her tyranny....
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Hawthorne's Country

Helen Archibald Clarke - 1910 - 450 pages
...has gone into the development of its personnel in the fifty years of its social and political life : "Though more than sixty years had elapsed since the...crowd of their descendants still showed the strong and somber features of their character perhaps more strikingly in such a stern emergency than on happier...
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The Golden Key Book: A School Reader, Book 4

Elias Hershey Sneath, George Hodges, Edward Lawrence Stevens - 1913 - 374 pages
...soldiers than as a muster call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene,...crowd of their descendants still showed the strong and somber features of their character, perhaps more strikingly in such a stern emergency than on happier...
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Twice-told Tales

Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1915 - 390 pages
...soldiers than as a muster-call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene,...descendants still showed the strong and sombre features of theif character, perhaps more strikingly in such a stern emergency! than on happier occasions. There...
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Readings from American Literature: A Textbook for Schools and Colleges

Mary Edwards Calhoun, Emma Leonora MacAlarney - 1915 - 670 pages
...soldiers, than as a muster-call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene,...Though more than sixty years had elapsed since the Pilgrim; came, this crowd of their descendants still showed the strong anc sombre features of their...
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Builders of Democracy

Edwin Almiron Greenlaw - 1918 - 346 pages
...soldiers, than as a muster-call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene,...crowd of their descendants still showed the strong and somber features of their character, perhaps more strikingly iiimiiiiim niiiiiiiM miiiiimii miimimiiiiiimiimimi...
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Everyday Classics: Eighth Reader : the Introduction to Literature

Franklin Thomas Baker, Ashley Horace Thorndike - 1918 - 432 pages
...soldiers, than as a muster-call to the inhabitants themselves. A multitude, by various avenues, assembled in King Street, which was destined to be the scene,...between the troops of Britain and a people struggling 25 against her tyranny. Though more than sixty years had elapsed since the Pilgrims came, this crowd...
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