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Thomas Preston was a British military officer present at the Boston Massacre in 1770. John Adams represented Preston during his trial in a Boston court for his alleged role in the Boston Massacre. Preston was acquitted of all charges. The British Public Record Office published Preston’s recounting of the Boston Massacre.

Merrill Jensen, ed., English Historical Documents, vol. IX (Londong, 1964), 750–53

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