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For the British: Cpt. Thomas Gage, Gen. William Howe, John Burgoyne, Henry Clinton, and Samuel Graves •

For the Colonists: Gen. Ward, COL COL Putnam, COL COL William Prescott, and Cpt. Richard Gridley

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On the British side: gen Gen. Sir William Howe and Sir Henry Clinton.

On the Patriot side: Col. William Prescott.

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