Letter to George Washington on burning of Falmouth, 1775
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A letter from residents of North Yarmouth and New Gloucester beseeches George Washington, Commander in Chief of the Continental Army, to take note of the burning of Falmouth and guard against the British taking possession of Falmouth Neck.
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