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[Battle of Lexington]

Battle at Lexington

Battle of Lexington.

Twin frame houses cor. 33d. St. & Lexington Av.

Washington College, at Lexington [Virginia].

Buckman Tavern, 1775.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Harrington House, Lexington, Mass.

House on Main St.

Old Monroe Tavern, Lexington.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Lexington. [Old house opposite the Common, "Press Headquarters."]

Old house opposite the Common, 1775. ["Press Headquarters."]

The Monument.

Lexington. [Harrington House.]

Statue of John Hancock, Lexington.

First battle ground of the revolution.

Old Monroe Tavern, Lexington.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Lexington Market. Baltimore.

The Battle of Lexington.

Monument in battle ground.

Lexington. (Race horse.)

Lexington. [Old house opposite the Common, "Press Headquarters."]

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Lexington Common, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A. [Monument to the Minute Men.]

The Monument.

Old Monroe Tavern, Lexington.

House on Main St.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Buckman Tavern, 1775.

The Monument.

Monument in battle ground.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Old Monroe Tavern, Lexington.

First battle ground of the revolution.

Lexington. [Harrington House.]

Harrington House, Lexington, Mass.

Lexington Common, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A. [Monument to the Minute Men.]

Old house opposite the Common, 1775. ["Press Headquarters."]

Lexington Market. Baltimore.

[Horse named] Lexington.

House on Main St.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Harrington House, Lexington, Mass.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Statue of John Hancock, Lexington.

Lexington. (Race horse.)

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Interior of Reformed Church -- 57th St. and Lexington Av.

Monument in battle ground.

Interior of Reformed Church -- 57th St. and Lexington Av.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Lexington. (Race horse.)

Buckman Tavern, 1775.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Old Monroe Tavern, Lexington.

Old Belfry from which the Continental soldiers were warned of the advance of the British, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Marble statue, John Hancock.

French Hospital, 42nd Street and Lexington Ave.

[Horse named] Lexington.

Statue of John Hancock, Lexington.

Lexington. [Old house opposite the Common, "Press Headquarters."]

Monument to the Minute Men, Lexington, Mass., U.S.A.

Lexington. [Harrington House.]

Concord and Lexington bridge.

Concord and Lexington bridge.

Interior of Reformed Church -- 57th St. and Lexington Av.

Old house opposite the Common, 1775. ["Press Headquarters."]

First battle ground of the revolution.

Old Monroe Tavern, Lexington.

Lexington Market. Baltimore.

Concord and Lexington bridge.

Horse named Lexington.

In Lexington Avenue; The riot in New York - The clothing store of Messrs. Brooks Bros., Catharine Street, pillaged by the mob; Women pillaging

[Plate 47: Map bounded by East 22nd Street, Second Avenue, East 17th Street, Union Place, Fourth Avenue; Including East 21st Street, East 20th Street, East 19th Street, East 18th Street, Gramercy Place, Lexington Avenue, Irving Place, Third Avenue]

The Clarke House [where Hancock and Adams spent the night].

Res. & Property of Frank B. Redfield, West Main St., Batavia, New York. ; " Dacia ", Blk. M. Foaled 1868, got by Woodford mambpino (public trial 2: 20 1/4); Dam Dahlia by Pilot Jr. Bred at Woodsburn Farm, Ky. See Wallaces trotting register, Vol. II. Page 170. ; " Daciana ", Blk. M. Foaled 1873; Got by Harold , son of Rysdyk's Hambletonian ; Dam Dacia above, Bred at Woodburn Farm, KY., See Wallace's trotting register, Vol. II, Page 170. ; " Exile ", Br. M. Foaled 1873; Got by Herr's Mambring Patchen; Dam Susan Ann by Imp. Glencoe, 1838. Bred by Dr. Herr, Lexington, KY. See Wallaces trotting register Vol. II, Page 198. ; " Roderick " 15. 965. Winner of first premium at the N.Y. State Fair 1874 and Western N.Y. Fair 1875. ; Stock, Property of F. B. Redfield.

Battle scene on Lexington Common; the Lexington Monument.

Proposed widening of Lexington Avenue.

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

Washington College, at Lexington.

[Plate 31: Bounded by Lexington Street, Ralph Avenue, Ralph Place, Atlantic Avenue and Nostrand Avenue.]

The Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, Va.

Vol. 1. Plate, B. [Map bounded by Lafayette Ave., Stuyvesant Ave., Putnam Ave., Tompkins Ave.; Including Van Buren St., Greene St., Lexington Ave., Quincy St., Gates Ave., Monroe St., Madison St., Throop Ave., Yates Ave., Lewis Ave.]

Vol. 1. Plate, A. [Map bounded by Lafayette Ave., Tompkins Ave., Putnam Ave., Bedford Ave.; Including Van Buren St., Greene St., Lexington Ave., Quincy St., Gates Ave., Monroe St., Madison St., Nostrand Ave., Marcy Ave.]

[Plate 29: Bounded by Flushing Avenue, Central Avenue, Himrod Street, Evergreen Avenue, Harman Street, Bushwick Street, Greene Street, Broadway, Lexington Avenue and Nostrand Avenue.]

Vol. 1. Plate, C. [Map bounded by Lafayette Ave., Broadway, Howard Ave., Madison Ave., Stuyvesant Ave.; Including Van Buren St., Greene St., Lexington Ave., Quincy St., Gates Ave., Monroe St., Reid Ave., Patchen Ave., Ralph Ave.]

Free Academy, Twenty-third Street, corner of Lexington Avenue.

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