excerpt from 'Letter from Major William Shirley to his mother, Phillis Byam Wollastan, 8 October 1828' pp. 342 (61 words)

excerpt from 'Letter from Major William Shirley to his mother, Phillis Byam Wollastan, 8 October 1828' pp. 342 (61 words)

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Letter from Major William Shirley to his mother, Phillis Byam Wollastan, 8 October 1828

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On Sunday week there was an assemblage here of about 2000 people, with about 100 on horseback dressed in green uniforms, with white sashes and epaulettes, and a band of music; they marched in good order through the town, and towards evening dispersed. They had no arms with them; but it is supposed those are hidden on the mountains or in the bogs.

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excerpt from 'Letter from Major William Shirley to his mother, Phillis Byam Wollastan, 8 October 1828' pp. 342 (61 words)

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