hia:/Printed by Joseph Crukshank, for R. Aitken,/Bookseller, Opposite the London-Coffee-/House, in Front-Street./M,DCC,LXXII./
 The students of Princeton have not revived the "Battle of Bunkers-Hill," but they point still with some pride to the ivy which was planted by the class of 1771.
 The/Battle/of/Bunkers-Hill./A Dramatic Piece,/of Five Acts,/in Heroic Measure. /By a Gentleman of Maryland./--Pulcrumque mori succurrit in armis./Virgil./--'Tis glorious to die in Battle.--/Philadelphia:/ Printed and Sold by Robert Bell, in Third-Street./MDCCLXXVI./
A DRAMATIC PIECE,
OF FIVE ACTS,
IN HEROIC MEASURE.
BY A GENTLEMAN OF MARYLAND.
----Pulcrumque mori succurrit in armis.
'Tis glorious to die in Battle.
Printed and Sold by ROBERT BELL, in Third-Street.
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