Foote, Henry Wilder. King's Chapel and the Evacuation of Boston: A Discourse by Henry Wilder Foote, given in King's Chapel, Sunday, March 12, 1876. Boston: George H. Ellis, 1876. 
Tan printed wrappers, 9 x 6 inches, 23 pp. Very good. Pamphlet.
An account of many Loyalist individuals who were members of King's Chapel and who fled with the British when they evacuated Boston in 1776. Begins with the history of the parish, and notes that at the outbreak of the Revolutionary hostilities the majority of the people were Patriots. But it was only the Tories who could remain once the British invaded the city, and this Discourse gives some account of them.