1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord. Joseph Warren, Israel Putnam exchange Prisoners, the British after the Battles of Lexington, Concord.
1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord
1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord
1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord
1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord
1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord
1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord

1775 REVOLUTIONARY WAR newspaper PRISONER EXCHANGE aftr BATTLE LEXINGTON Concord

London: The London Chronicle, 1775. 1st Edition. Very Good. Item #900122

1775 Revolutionary War newspaper with an inside-page detailed headline report announcing a prisoner exchange between Patriot and British forces after the battles of Lexington and Concord, and just before the battle of Bunker Hill.

The exchange was carried out by Patriot leaders Joseph Warren and Israel Putnam, both of whom would participate at Bunker Hill, with Warren losing his life for the good of the Glorious Cause.

When this exchange was carried out, Warren would unknowingly have just days left to live.

Eight pages complete. Perfect for framing and display!

#1U-043.

Price: $250.00