New York: Macmillan Co., 1911. 450 pp. 8vo. including index. 4 pp. publisher's ads. Photo frontispiece and other photo illustrations. Pictorial yellowish beige cloth stamped in black and white and red. A touch of cover soil otherwise fine condition. Item #233
. . . a brief readable account of the Siege of Boston, and of the events which brought it about. These were, of course, parts of a larger history, the connection with which I have carefully indicated. . . . treating the subject as a single organic series of events. . . . relying upon contemporary statements. . . . .with deep obligations to the "History of the Siege" by Richard Frothingham.