On the 19th of April,
The first forcible resistance
To British aggression.
On the opposite Bank,
Stood the American Militia.
Here stood the invading Army,
And on this spot .
The first of the enemy fell
In the War of that Revolution
To these United States.
Ingratitude to God,
In the love of freedom,
The manufactures of Concord j
consist of cotton goods, satinet and
flannel, boots, shoes, hats, ploughs,
lead pipe, chairs and cabinet ware.
The whole value, in one year, ex-
clusive of cotton goods, amounted to
This river is formed by the union
of Assabet and Sudbury rivers at
Concord : after passing through the
towns of Bedford, Billerica, and
Chelmsford, it falls into the Mer-
rimack between Lowell and Tewks-
bury. This river furnishes the Mid-
dlesex canal with most of its wa-
See Jamestown, R. I.