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It is said, the onslaught at Lexington (MA) was a duel between British regulars–who were tired and fatigue and drunken colonists. Following an extensive advance through the Charles River and the municipality of Boston, the British militia arrived wet and extremely weary. In the meantime, the American rebels, while awaiting their adversary’s arrival spent their time in the public house adjacent from Lexington green


When the two militias met you almost knew nothing good would come of their meeting.