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Diary Entry. Nathaniel Ober, June 17, 1775, Page 1 of 1

the 14d.
     A fine Shour this Day nothing Remarkabel

the 15d
     Nothing Remarkabel to Day

the 16d,
      We hear that our Peopel took a Number of arms at Feledelfa and our Peopel Began to intrench on Dogester Neck Nothing more to Day,

The 17d
     Our People and The Kings Trops Began a warme ingaigment about three a Clock this after none this was a melancly Day not only a grait numbr of our Braive frinds fel But a grait Deal of Substance was Consumed by fire for our unatrel Enemies Sat fier to the Town of Charlstown wich Consumed almost Every house in that town: But it is Said that we Ciled in the Batel 29 Comishand offesers and 220 non Comishand offesers and 752 Privets So grait was the Fall of our Enemys How are the might Falen,

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