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Accompanying text: “I send you a very accurate and pretty drawing of Bunker’s Hill, with the encampments of the Generals Howe and Clinton; and Charles Town, as it appeared after being burnt by our troops; the river Mystic, and North end of the town of Boston. It has been much admired by those who have seen the places, and is certainly curious, on account of its being the first situation of our army. The drawing is by an officer who was in the 22d regiment at the time. Yours, &c. J. Elderton"

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