The Siege of Boston: Eyewitness Accounts from the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Eyewitness Accounts from the Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Nathaniel Ober diary, 15 May - 3 September 1775, with accounts and notes, 1776-1781

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the 22d. [May 1775]
Had Nuse of a Skirmeg at
Wamouth of a Number of
Transports after they got But two
Loads our People wounded thre of
their men

the 23d. [May 1775]
Cleard of after a fine Rain

the 24d. [May 1775]
Nothing Remarkabel to Day
an ofeser drumed out of the
Rigiment army

the 25/d [May 1775]
a fogy morning but Cleared
of worme

the 26d. [May 1775]
Plesant Nothing Remarkabel

the 27d, [May 1775]
Very warme

the 28d, [May 1775]
Sunday Last Night a warme
Skirmish commenced Betweane
the Reglor trops and our People at
Chelce in the wich the first had a
Sconer Burnt of about 80 Ton
and they obliged to returne our men
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