Committees of Correspondence
local groups formed to share political and military information with other communities
to formally make a request
the rights of personal liberty guaranteed to US citizens by the Consitution and acts of Congress
serving for the intervening time; temporarily
to enlist people into the armed forces
to strengthen, build up
the surrounding of a place in order to force it to surrender
the savage and excessive killing of many people
a unit of soldiers who ride horses
the right or left side of a formation
soldiers that fight on foot
To attack often with artillery
A state or country's permanent army
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