The British and the colonists met in concord. Who was turned back and returned to Boston
On April 18, 1775, British military forces marched from Boston to neighboring Concord to take hold of a supply of weapons. Paul Revere and other riders signaled the alarm, and foreign militiamen started marshaling to seize the Redcoat support. The British troops commenced their return march to Boston after finishing their hunt for martial supplies, and more militiamen persistent to arrive from the adjacent townships. A barrage of bullets exploded again between the two conflicting sides and continued during the day as the patrons trooped back towards Boston.
Moreover, On April 19, 1775, American and British armed forces exchanged fire in Concord and Lexington's Massachusetts settlements. In Concord, at the North Bridge, the British were attacked yet again, this time by nearly four-hundred armed colonists, and were ordered to go back to Boston with the Americans shooting at the British all the way.