William Dawes

William Dawes Jr. (April 6, 1745 – February 25, 1799) was one of several men in April 1775 who alerted colonial minutemen in Massachusetts of the approach of British army troops prior to the Battles of Lexington and Concord at the outset of the American Revolution. For some years, Paul Revere had the most renown for his ride of warning of this event. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Dawes, William
Published 1711
printed for Anne Speed, at the Three Crowns in Exchange-Alley in Cornhill. MDCCXI. At which place, all the Bishop of chester's Books are sold

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by Dawes, William
Published 1715
London priunted [sic] for J. Churchill in Pater Noster Row, and r-priunted [sic] in Dublin

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by Dawes, William
Published 1709
printed and sold by H. Hills, in Black-Fryars, near the Waterside. For the benefit of the poor

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by Dawes, William
Published 1732
printed by Henry Parker, for John Wilford, at the Three Golden Flower-de-Luces, behind the Chapter-House, near St. Paul's

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by Dawes, William
Published 1731
printed for John Wilford

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by Dawes, William
Published 1707
printed and sold by H. Hills

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by Dawes, William
Published 1707
printed and sold by H. Hills

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by Dawes, William
Published 1704
printed and sold by H. Hills in Black-Fryars, near the Waterside, For the benefit of the Poor

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by Dawes, William
Published 1721
printed for Anne Speed, at the Three Crowns in Exchange-Alley, in Cornhill

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by Dawes, William
Published 1709
printed for Anne Speed, at the Three Crowns, in Exchange-Alley in Cornhill