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used in 1776

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a state of agreement — especially by formal treaty
  • "Thousands are at work every day," wrote the Reverend William Emerson of Concord after touring the lines.
    p. 27.8
  • It had been the Reverend Emerson who declared the morning of April 19, as British regiments advanced on Concord, "Let us stand our ground.
    p. 27.9
  • Some of the older soldiers and officers were veterans of the killing fields of Europe during the Seven Years' War, or the French and Indian War in America, or had survived the retreat from Concord or the Battle of Bunker Hill.
    p. 168.5

There are no more uses of "concord" in 1776.

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