Excerpt from The Orderly Book of Colonel William Henshaw, of the American Army, April 20 Sept. 26, 1775
William, the subject of this notice, had the advantage of the Boston Schools until his removal, and had made considerable progress in the study of Latin, with a View of pre... paring for college, as his brother had done before him. He thus acquired a taste for literary culture, which he afterwards improved, till, as will be seen, he applied it to practical use in the preparation of important papers and documents of a public character eom'i-ccted with the Revolutionary movements in which he took a part.
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