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Searching for the keyword "Boston" in all volumes:

  • Otis James Esquire Speaker Pro Tempore1:22
  • Otis James Esquire Doggrel Verses on1:77

Otis James Esquire Address to Town Boston1:80 see index

  • Otis James Esquire Verses in praise of1:85
  • Otis James Esquire One of the Committee to Form a Congress1:180
  • Otis James Esquire His Declaration Concerning his Speech at Town Meeting1:766
  • Oliver Andrew Account of what Forced him to Resignation of Stamp Officer1:166
  • Oliver Andrew Resigns his office and what preceeded it1:302
  • Oliver Andrew Declaration1:334

Occum Sampson and Indian Preaches at Boston1:109 see index

  • Ogden Robert hung in Effigy1:266
  • Officers Crown &c a Schema long thought of to make them Independant[ Independent] 1:557. 1:396. 1:540
  • ditto1:108
  • Soldiers Legal in Scotland1:Ibid
  • Song expressig the Melancholly[ Melancholy]State of America1:109

Stamp Man departed the Town of Boston1:159 see index

  • Sermon New on the Lords Anointed1:161
  • Sermon Smiths /on Liberty1:217
  • Sermon on good and bad Rulers1:2 1:59
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Stamp office an Account of pul- ling[ pulling]it down in Boston, what proceeded it and what followd[ followed] 1:166. 1:170 see index

  • Stamp officer of Connecticut a peice[ piece]against him1:167
  • Stamp officer of Newport Resigns1:182 1:314
  • Stamp officer of Virginia ditto1:Ibid
  • Thatcher Oxenbridge his Death &c1:125
  • Thatcher Oxenbridge Verses on him1:Ibid
  • Tree of Timothy Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles]verses on1:389

Town of Boston's Behaviour[ Behavior]after the riots at Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c1:178 see index

  • Town of Boston On the next Powder Plott[ Plot]Day after1:264
  • Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198
  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Compensation Act &c Passes1:550
  • Compensation Act Dissolved1:742. 1:667
  • Colden[ Cadwallader Colden]Governor Censured in the House of Lord's1:414

Conway.[ Henry Seymour Conway]Boston votes to have his Pict ure[ Picture]and Letter of Thanks sent to him1:198 see index

  • Commissioners of the Customs, a list of them & when arrived1:747&1:756
  • Ingersole Jared Resigns his office &c1:211
  • Ingersole Jared Parody on his Letter1:213
  • Intelligence good from England about Change of Ministers &c1:192

Instructions to Boston Represen- tatives[ Representatives] 1:198. 1:421. 1:785. see index

  • Instructions to Bridgewater Ditto1:213
  • Instructions to Braintree Ditto1:226
  • Instructions to Marblehead Ditto1:Ibid
  • Tree of Timothy Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles]verses on1:389
  • Town of Boston's Behaviour[ Behavior]after the riots at Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c1:178
  • Town of Boston On the next Powder Plott[ Plot]Day after1:264

Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198 see index

  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370
  • Town of Boston Meet to the rejoi- cings[ rejoycing]on the repeal of Stamp Act.1:375
  • Gold an herb said to turn Things into1:10
  • Government alterations to be made in the New England1:60
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George disputes in the House of Commons1:87

Greenville[ Grenville]George Hung in Effigy at Boston1:256 see index

  • Greenville[ Grenville]George Removed from the Ministry1:273
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George Desires to Inforce[ Enforce]the Stamp Act1:423
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George would have ye[ the]Colonies disarm'd[ disarmed] 1:193
  • Hughes John His Behaviour[ Behavior] 1:238
  • Havannah[ Havana]Humourous a/c[ account]of the Sailors there1:139
  • Hallifax[ Halifax]Effigy of a Stamp officer hung up there1:246

Huske John hung in Effigy at Boston1:256 see index

  • Thatcher Oxenbridge Verses on him1:Ibid
  • Tree of Timothy Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles]verses on1:389
  • Town of Boston's Behaviour[ Behavior]after the riots at Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c1:178

Town of Boston On the next Powder Plott[ Plot]Day after1:264 see index

  • Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198
  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370
  • Town of Boston's Behaviour[ Behavior]after the riots at Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c1:178
  • Town of Boston On the next Powder Plott[ Plot]Day after1:264
  • Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198

Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308 see index

  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370
  • Town of Boston Meet to the rejoi- cings[ rejoycing]on the repeal of Stamp Act.1:375
  • Town of Boston Address to her recommending the encouragement of Manufacturing &c1:727
  • Portsmouth Confusion there on account of the Stamp Act.1:261 1:264
  • Prediction of Good News1:279
  • Pym William his Letter about ye[ the]Power Parliament1:282

Plimouth[ Plymouth]- Town of Address to Town Boston1:332 see index

  • Poem on Harvard Colledge[ Harvard College] 1:374
  • Petition of the Merchants of London to Parlament[ Parliament] 1:387
  • Petition of the Colonies rejected1:419
  • Town of Boston On the next Powder Plott[ Plot]Day after1:264
  • Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198
  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308

Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370 see index

  • Town of Boston Meet to the rejoi- cings[ rejoycing]on the repeal of Stamp Act.1:375
  • Town of Boston Address to her recommending the encouragement of Manufacturing &c1:727
  • Treason Definition of1:181. 1:694. 1:6a98
  • Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198
  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370

Town of Boston Meet to the rejoi- cings[ rejoycing]on the repeal of Stamp Act.1:375 see index

  • Town of Boston Address to her recommending the encouragement of Manufacturing &c1:727
  • Treason Definition of1:181. 1:694. 1:6a98
  • Tax. Land one to be made for America1:217
  • Anecdote of Sir Robert Walpole about Taxing America 344
  • Address to America to persevere in opposing the Stamp Act1:349
  • Address To the Son's of Liberty1:372

Address From Leominster to Town of Boston1:377(vid Page1:795under D) see index

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  • Ruggles Timothy Reprimanded1:Ibid
  • Ruggles Timothy Reasons for leaving the Congress and dissenting from them1:400vide remarks on ditto1:402
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]in England for the repeal of the Stamp act1:411

Rejoicing in Boston1:412. 1:415 see index

  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Medford1:415
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Charlestown1:Ibid
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Cambridge1:418
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Ireland1:431
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Abington1:425
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Maryland1:460

Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Boston on 14th August1:474. 1:477. 1:704 see index

  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Boston1:613 1:704
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at New York1:616

Boston Terrible Fire at1:586 see index

  • Bishop One sent to Canada a Arrives1:467Wrong Step1:650
  • Bishop [down arrow] Upon some account useful1:Ibid
  • Boston Town of, Regulations about oeconomy[ economy]&c1:748
  • Funerals New Mode of commended1:11
  • Frugality. More yet to be done in the way of1:Ibid
  • Fire at Doctor Harlows1:22

Fire Terrible One at Boston1:586 see index

  • Foster Jedidiah a Dialogue on him1:618
  • Farmer. His Letters.1:781-1:784
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Maryland1:460
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Boston on 14th August1:474. 1:477. 1:704
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act

Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Boston1:613 1:704 see index

  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at New York1:616
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Providence
  • Remark's[ Remarks]on the Disturbance at Captain Malcombs[ Daniel Malcomb] 1:628
  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370
  • Town of Boston Meet to the rejoi- cings[ rejoycing]on the repeal of Stamp Act.1:375

Town of Boston Address to her recommending the encouragement of Manufacturing &c1:727 see index

  • Boston Terrible Fire at1:586
  • Bishop One sent to Canada a Arrives1:467Wrong Step1:650
  • Bishop [down arrow] Upon some account useful1:Ibid

Boston Town of, Regulations about oeconomy[ economy]&c1:748 see index

  • Boston Town of, Merchants call'd called upon to enter into a Subscription to stop Importation Goods1:766
  • Boston Town of, Behaviour[ Behavior]highly approv'd[ approved] 1:770
  • Britain Great has Check enough on her Colonies1:763
  • Bishop One sent to Canada a Arrives1:467Wrong Step1:650
  • Bishop [down arrow] Upon some account useful1:Ibid
  • Boston Town of, Regulations about oeconomy[ economy]&c1:748

Boston Town of, Merchants call'd called upon to enter into a Subscription to stop Importation Goods1:766 see index

  • Boston Town of, Behaviour[ Behavior]highly approv'd[ approved] 1:770
  • Britain Great has Check enough on her Colonies1:763
  • Bowen Reverend Verses on him1:554
  • Bishop [down arrow] Upon some account useful1:Ibid
  • Boston Town of, Regulations about oeconomy[ economy]&c1:748
  • Boston Town of, Merchants call'd called upon to enter into a Subscription to stop Importation Goods1:766

Boston Town of, Behaviour[ Behavior]highly approv'd[ approved] 1:770 see index

  • Britain Great has Check enough on her Colonies1:763
  • Bowen Reverend Verses on him1:554
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]vindicated1:414. 1:419.
  • Representatives a droll peice[ piece]from the Puritan against Bad Ones.2:61.
  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia against the Revenue Acts. &c.2:134

Resolves of the Town of Lebanon that they agree with Boston in their oppose, to the Revenue Acts. &c.2:26. see index

  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina respecting the Circular letter. &c.2:344.
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.
  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
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Boston Town of, resolves about encouraging manufacturers vindi- cated[ vindicated] 2:30. 2:34. see index

  • Boston Town of, Letter of thanks to the Farmer.2:55
  • Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100
  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142
  • vide another act.2:Ibid.
  • American Exports used to be 3 000,000, Sterling since the late Regulations not £500,000.2:34
  • American Exports Trade of great Importance2:709 2:318. 2:187.

Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated &c at B oston Boston2:49 see index

  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated on it at Providence2:57
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated at New York.2:61
  • America will rise, and be a Mighty Empire, maugre all Great Britain can do to prevent it2:133vide American Whig.2:Ibid.
  • Boston Town of, resolves about encouraging manufacturers vindi- cated[ vindicated] 2:30. 2:34.

Boston Town of, Letter of thanks to the Farmer.2:55 see index

  • Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100
  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142
  • Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199.

Farmer, Town of Boston's Letter to him2:55 2:10 see index

  • Farmer Answer2:83
  • Farmer Town of Leabenon 's Letter of thanks to him2:86
  • Farmer Town of Norwhich[ Norwich]'s Letter of Thanks to him2:89
  • Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66
  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72
  • Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165

Letter From the Town of Boston to the Farmer.2:55 see index

  • Letter From the House of Burgesses in Virginia to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving ye[ the]Circular Letter.2:150
  • Boston Town of, resolves about encouraging manufacturers vindi- cated[ vindicated] 2:30. 2:34.
  • Boston Town of, Letter of thanks to the Farmer.2:55

Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100 see index

  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142
  • Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199.
  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241
  • Farmer Town of Leabenon 's Letter of thanks to him2:86
  • Farmer Town of Norwhich[ Norwich]'s Letter of Thanks to him2:89
  • Farmer Address to him from the Society of Fort St. Davids2:116

Farmer Address to the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of Philadelphia, urging them to come into similar measures, with the Merchants of Boston &c, not to import goods, and enumerates the griev- ances[ greivances]of America.2:119 see index

  • Farmer Answer to the Town of Providence.2:202
  • Farmer Answered vide under Letters.
  • Freemason, John Row Elected Grand Master-an and Account, of the procession &c.2:309
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina.2:668.
  • Resolves of the Town of Boston against Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]General Gage[ Thomas Gage]&c.2:729.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut.2:747.

Riot at Boston on account of Seizing Sloop Liberty.2:141. 2:146. see index

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  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Strictures on his conduct relative to his reasons given to Lord Shelburne[ William Petty]for Negativing the Councellors2:91
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the Assem- bly[ Assembly] 2:123
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Answer to the Council, in answer to their Messages2:128

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Town of Boston's Petition2:142 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Message's to the House requiring them to Rescind the vote respecting the Circular Letter2:157
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His answer to the Town of Boston about the coming of Troops2:241
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Convention2:248
  • Boston Town of, resolves about encouraging manufacturers vindi- cated[ vindicated] 2:30. 2:34.
  • Boston Town of, Letter of thanks to the Farmer.2:55
  • Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100

Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142 see index

  • Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199.
  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241
  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Instructions of the Town of Lebanon to their Representatives2:86

Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Represen- tatives[ Representatives]after the Riot about seizing Hancock s Vessel2:142 see index

  • Instructions of the Town of Portsmouth to their Represen tatives[ Representatives]concerning their Re- presentatives[ Representatives]ye Revenue Acts. &c.2:149 2:194
  • Instructions of the city of Philadelphia to their Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the revenue Acts. &c.2:210
  • Instructions of the city of New York to their Representatives urging them to take Notice of the Circular Letter, and to remonstrate against the revenue Acts. &c.2:326

Thunder Terrible at Boston.2:191. see index

  • Thunder Terrible at Lancaster2:224
  • Thunder Terrible at Wrentham.2:235.
  • Thunder Terrible at Boston. &c2:617.
  • Boston Town of, Letter of thanks to the Farmer.2:55
  • Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100
  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142

Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199. see index

  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241
  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • MaryLand[ Maryland]House of Burges- ses[ Burgesses]address to Governor Sharp, on the subject of the Circular Letter of the House of the Massachusetts Bay.2:162
  • Marblehead Town of vote Thanks to the Antirescinders.2:167
  • Mulberry Trees the methods of Cultivating them. &c.2:194. 2:457. 2:580.

Merchants and Traders of Boston, agree not to Import Goods for a Limited Time.2:199. see index

  • Merchants and Traders The proceedings in consequence of their non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement.2:479. 2:487. 2:498. 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.
  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.
  • America Number of Inhabit- ants[ Inhabitants] 2:227. 2:639.
  • Army Standing, when first Introduced in England. [diamond]2:35see under Soldiers & Troops
  • Allen William, Murdered by Soldiers.2:176. 2:188.

Anniversary of the 14 August, celebrated at Boston2:208. 2:632. see index

  • Anecdote, about a riot suppressd by Lord Chief Justice Holt.[ John Holt] 2:279. 2:600
  • Americans, must finally be represented in Parliament2:315. 2:470.
  • Americans Their Grievances similar to those contained in the Middlesex petition.2:632
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Answer to the Council, in answer to their Messages2:128
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Town of Boston's Petition2:142
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Message's to the House requiring them to Rescind the vote respecting the Circular Letter2:157

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His answer to the Town of Boston about the coming of Troops2:241 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Convention2:248
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Addresses of the Town of Boston2:415
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Letters against the Council2:463to2:466
  • Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100
  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142
  • Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199.

Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241 see index

  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200
  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202

Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242 see index

  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332
  • Soldiers Absurdity of sending them to Boston.2:619.
  • Soldiers Proceedings against them at Law in England [pilcrow]2:495.
  • [hand] see under Soldiers Troops, &c.

Select Men of Boston their Circular Letter to Call a Convention.2:242. see index

  • Seabury Samuel Reverend, a Letter from him, about Doctor Chauncy's making use of his name.2:375.

Convention of the Towns of Massachusetts Bay meets at Boston.2:248 see index

  • Conventions of the Towns Their petition to Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:Ibid
  • Conventions of the Towns Their Message to Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:248
  • South Carolina Speaker of their House sends a Letter to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter. &c.2:353.
  • Soldiers, Liberty always in Danger from them.2:7 2:46 2:477 2:35 2:404 2:319 2:234. 2:247.
  • Soldiers Contrary to Law2:295

Soldiers Account of their coming to Boston made public.2:249. see index

  • Soliders Arrive at Boston and what followed.2:263.
  • Soldiers Absurdity of sending them to Boston.2:619.
  • Soldiers Proceedings against them at Law in England [pilcrow]2:495.
  • Petition of Right2:816.
  • Picture of Paoli[ref. missing]
  • Picture of John Wilkes2:124

Plate struck at the Arrival of a Fleet, and 4 Rigements at Boston2:263 see index

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Soliders Arrive at Boston and what followed.2:263. see index

  • Soldiers Absurdity of sending them to Boston.2:619.
  • Soldiers Proceedings against them at Law in England [pilcrow]2:495.
  • [hand] see under Soldiers Troops, &c.
  • Thunder Terrible at Wrentham.2:235.
  • Thunder Terrible at Boston. &c2:617.
  • Toads, a cure for Cancers.2:211.

Troops arrive at Boston, and what followed.2:263. 2:297. see index

  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.
  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.
  • Georgia House of Assembly, Their Letter to Speaker of House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, concerning the Circular Letter.2:158 2:420
  • Georgia House of Assembly Their Resolves respecting the same.2:398

Gage[ Thomas Gage]General arrives at Boston.2:281 see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Answer to the Councils address.2:288
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]against the Town of Boston. &c2:466
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General Censured2:478. 2:619
  • Stamp Act, as alarming to America, as King James 2d dispensing power2:276
  • Slavery, he that would enslave, would also kill Me, were it in his Power2:661
  • Suns, or fixed Stars, their appearance continually encrea- sing[ increasing], proves that there are millions of habitable Words2:679. 2:702. 2:705

Storm great at Boston, Tide higher than has been for 20 years.2:341. see index

  • Sugar Act, vid. Molasses Act. [diamond-slash] (a)
  • Kings Speech is glad to see the Americans returning to their duty2:108

Kings Speech wherein he calls the American uneasinesses a Faction, and Charges Boston with Actions amounting to Re- bellion.[ Rebellion] 2:363 see index

  • Kings Remarked on by Briton2:618
  • Kings Answer to the address of the House of Lords, wherein they desire him to Extend the Statute of Harry 8th to America2:477.
  • Kings Speech to the Parliament.2:588
  • Americans Their Grievances similar to those contained in the Middlesex petition.2:632
  • Address of the Lords to the Kings Speech, wherein he calls the American Grievances a Faction.2:372.
  • Address of the Lords of the Commons on the same.2:372.

Address of the Lords To the young Ladies of Boston, desiring them to beware of bad Company.2:386. see index

  • Address of the Lords of the Town of Boston 2 addresses to Governor Barnard.2:415
  • Address of the Lords to the Kings Speech, wherein he calls the American Grievances a Faction.2:372.
  • Address of the Lords of the Commons on the same.2:372.
  • Address of the Lords To the young Ladies of Boston, desiring them to beware of bad Company.2:386.

Address of the Lords of the Town of Boston 2 addresses to Governor Barnard.2:415 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Message's to the House requiring them to Rescind the vote respecting the Circular Letter2:157
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His answer to the Town of Boston about the coming of Troops2:241
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Convention2:248

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Addresses of the Town of Boston2:415 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Letters against the Council2:463to2:466
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Created a Baronet2:487
  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142
  • Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199.
  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241

Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415 see index

  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Georgia House of Assembly Their Resolves respecting the same.2:398
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General arrives at Boston.2:281
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Answer to the Councils address.2:288

Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]against the Town of Boston. &c2:466 see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General Censured2:478. 2:619
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General Reflected on, calld[ called]Mother Gage2:751
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Letters2:907
  • Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442.
  • Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury, vindicating Doctor Chauncy.2:447.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]against the Council.2:463to2:466.

Letter From General Gage[ Thomas Gage]to same, against the Town of Boston, &c.2:466 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Boston Merchants of agree not to Import Goods for a limited Time.2:199.
  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241
  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415

Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642. see index

  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.

Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494 see index

  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588
  • Instructions of the city of London to their Members of Parliament2:477
  • Instructions of the city of Bristol to the same2:484
  • Instructions of Cambridge to their Representatives.2:494

Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], urging them to be firm in the cause of liberty and not to grant any money for the Troops. &c2:501 see index

  • Instructions of the Town of Braintree to their Represen- tatives[ Representatives], on the same.2:511
  • Instructions of Virginia2:Ibid.
  • Instructions of the Town of Roxbury to their Represen- tatives.[ Representatives] 2:520
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494

Boston Vindicated.2:513 see index

  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588
  • Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.
  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
  • Resolves of the House of Commons on the same.2:468.

Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay about doing business while the Troops are in Boston.2:527. see index

  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia2:534.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of Pensyl- vania.[ Pennsylvania] 2:563.
  • Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay.2:572.
  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513

Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571 see index

  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588
  • Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697
  • Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid.
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Council of, their Address to Lord Bottetourt.2:531.
  • Venus. Transit of.2:525.
  • Virginia Inhabitants of, their Agreement, after their Assembly was dissolved. &c.2:534.

Votes of the Town of Boston respecting the Troops.2:571. see index

  • Virginia House of Bur- gesses[ Burgesses]their address to the King praying him not to Act on the Statue of Harry 8th, with regard to America.2:540
  • Sailors, kill Lieutenant Panton in defence of their Liberty and Lives.2:486.
  • Sailors Acquitted.2:551.
  • Sewall Joseph reverend Doctr Doctor, his Death and Character2:562.

Small Pox, breaks out in Boston.2:577. see index

  • Small Pox Stop's; with an Account of those who had it and the Number yt[ that]died.2:735.
  • Sloop Liberty Burnt.2:589.
  • South Carolina House of Representatives their Resovles.2:668.
  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571

Boston Petition to the King.2:588 see index

  • Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697
  • Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid.
  • Boston Vindicated from the Aspersions of Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Gage[ Thomas Gage], &c.2:1001to2:1040
  • Petition of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York to the King.2:468.
  • Petition To the House of Commons in behalf of the Massachusetts Bay about extending the Act of Henry 8th to America. from William Bollan.2:471.
  • Petition of Jacob Parsons a deputy Sheriff to the Governor and Council about Fellows firing on him. &c.2:511

Petition of the Town of Boston to the King2:588. see index

  • Petition of the County of Middlesex to the King2:596.
  • Petition of the House of Representatives of the Massa. Bay to the King, Impeaching Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:649.
  • Petition of the city of London to the King.2:Ibid.
  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.

Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592 see index

  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.
  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Thunder Terrible at Boston.2:191.
  • Thunder Terrible at Lancaster2:224
  • Thunder Terrible at Wrentham.2:235.

Thunder Terrible at Boston. &c2:617. see index

  • Toads, a cure for Cancers.2:211.
  • Troops arrive at Boston, and what followed.2:263. 2:297.
  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Soldiers Contrary to Law2:295
  • Soldiers Account of their coming to Boston made public.2:249.
  • Soliders Arrive at Boston and what followed.2:263.

Soldiers Absurdity of sending them to Boston.2:619. see index

  • Soldiers Proceedings against them at Law in England [pilcrow]2:495.
  • [hand] see under Soldiers Troops, &c.
  • Select Men of Boston their Circular Letter to Call a Convention.2:242.
  • Troops arrive at Boston, and what followed.2:263. 2:297.
  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.

Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619. see index

  • Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730.
  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]
  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]
  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay. Accounted Sacred buy Bishop Burnet2:280

Committee of Merchants of the Town of Boston their Names2:632,2:634. see index

  • Commerce, an excellent Essay on, and regulations requisite to be made in every commercial state2:356
  • Cushing Thomas Esquire a resolve in ye[ the]House of Lords to send for him, Otis & others to be Tried for high Treason2:455 455a 2:476
  • Church of England Characters of them who com- pose[ compose]it.2:107
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588

Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697 see index

  • Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid.
  • Boston Vindicated from the Aspersions of Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Gage[ Thomas Gage], &c.2:1001to2:1040
  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior a Wonderful Dream on his going for Orders.2:81
  • Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay.2:572.
  • Resolves of the Council with regard to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]s Letters.2:611.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina.2:668.

Resolves of the Town of Boston against Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]General Gage[ Thomas Gage]&c.2:729. see index

  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut.2:747.
  • Riot at Boston on account of Seizing Sloop Liberty.2:141. 2:146.
  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.
  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.

Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730. see index

  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Troops Great danger from Troops among a free People.2:319 2:746.
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.
  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.
  • Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730.

Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735. see index

  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Troops Great danger from Troops among a free People.2:319 2:746.
  • Troops Contrary to Law2:295*
  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241
  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.

Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749. see index

  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Holyoke Reverend President his Death and Character2:533
  • Henderson George. Captain killed.2:662
  • Holland Lord, endeavours to exculpate himself from the Charge brought against him by the Livery of London.2:709

Hatfield Town of, their Letter to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823 see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor has a Pension.2:125
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Why granted.2:191
  • Hood Commodore Indicted.
  • Letter to the King from Timothy Pickering.2:746.
  • Letter From the Speaker of the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Agent Debert, given him an Account of the riot of the Soldiers at Justice Quincy's.2:774.

Letter from the Town of Hatfield to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823. see index

  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing]
  • Letter Letter an excellent One to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:947.to2:1000.
  • Liberty Song.2:166.
  • Act, of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Stating Fees, &c. for a Naval Office.2:763.
  • Addresses, absurdity of them in general2:455.
  • American oppressions, an enumeration of, vide an excellent peice[ piece]page2:583

Appeal of the Town of Boston to ye[ the]World2:1001&c. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588
  • Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697
  • Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid.

Boston Vindicated from the Aspersions of Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Gage[ Thomas Gage], &c.2:1001to2:1040 see index

  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior a Wonderful Dream on his going for Orders.2:81
  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior Rallied for it.2:101
  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior a Ballad on his going for order's.2:101
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588
  • Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697

Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid. see index

  • Boston Vindicated from the Aspersions of Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Gage[ Thomas Gage], &c.2:1001to2:1040
  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior a Wonderful Dream on his going for Orders.2:81
  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior Rallied for it.2:101
  • [no preceding index entries]

Town of Boston, vide Boston see index

  • Merchants. &c. of South Carolina, their Resolves &[ and]proceeding relative to New York breaking their agreement &c.3:261.

Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2 see index

  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants. &c. of South Carolina, their Resolves &[ and]proceeding relative to New York breaking their agreement &c.3:261.
  • Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2

Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25 see index

  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • Junius Americanus On a Riot at Boston relative to Jno. Mean[ Jonathan Mean] 3:293
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the Indepen- dency[ Independency]of American Governors Judges, &c3:575
  • Junius Americanus His letter to the same, draws Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Character, say's A. Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]is recorded in the Councils Book as a perjured symbol here =|| in a cross, points to last entry in column Traytor[ Traitor]&c3:588

Jackson William the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Town of Boston as an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25 see index

  • Jackson William His House attem- pted[ attempted]to be Fired, suppos'd[ supposed]to be done by himself3:25
  • Justices of the County of Suffolk meet and give their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid
  • =|| Junius Americanus his Letter to the People of En- gland[ England], shewing[ showing]the pernicious tendency of the American Courts of Admiralty &c.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Libel Mcdougal's, on the Assembly of New York3:10
  • Libel A True definiti- on[ definition]of one3:205 3:326
  • Libel Questions put by Lord Camden to Ld Mans- field[ Lord Mansfield], about them3:398

Lillie. Theophilus, the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Inhabit ants[ Inhabitants]of Boston an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25 see index

  • Letter, a very good one from Philadelphia, on the consequ- ence[ consequence]of the Non Importation agreement; &[ and]oppressions of America3:26
  • New York, Their behavi- our[ behavior]when they Attempted to break the Non Importation Agreement3:170. 3:171.
  • New York, Dissolve the the Agreement of non Impor- tation[ Importation], and send orders for all Goods, except Tea. &c.3:173.
  • New York, A List of their Names who were for it3:180.

Notification for the Mer- chants[ Merchants]&[ and]Inhabitants of Boston, to meet to Strength en the Non Importation Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:25. see index

  • Number of Militia Troops, raised in this Pro- vince[ Province]last War, with the Number which went to Louis- bourge[ Louisbourge], &[ and]Nova Scotia.3:78.
  • Numbers in America3:161. 3:704.
  • Numbers in America of Men, raised last War by this Province.3:249.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Rogers Nathaniel, an Impor- ter[ Importer], voted by the Inhabitants of Bos- ton[ Boston], an enemy to the Common Wealth.[ Commonwealth] 3:25. see index

  • Rogers Nathaniel, Burnt in Ef- figy[ Effigy]at New York, and warned to de- part[ depart]out of the City.3:120.
  • Rogers Nathaniel, Hanged in Effigy at Long Island.3:138.
  • Rogers Nathaniel, Dies.3:195.
  • Tryon William, Governor of North Carolina, a great Oppressor of the Poor Regu- lators[ Regulators], Fired upon them before the Time was expired. Etc. Etc.3:536.
  • Tryon William, Governor Another Account of his Tyrannical behaviour[ behavior]to the Poor Regula- tors.[ Regulators] 3:543.
  • Tryon William, Governor Grants Lands away at New York, by virtue of a Ministerial Mandate, al- though[ although]it has been possessed, & legally purchased a long Time ago Etc.3:635.

Taylor John, the Importer, voted an enemy to the Common wealth[ Commonwealth], by the Inhabitants of Boston.3:25. see index

  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.
  • Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25.
  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.
  • Tryon William, Governor Grants Lands away at New York, by virtue of a Ministerial Mandate, al- though[ although]it has been possessed, & legally purchased a long Time ago Etc.3:635.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, voted an enemy to the Common wealth[ Commonwealth], by the Inhabitants of Boston.3:25.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.

Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25. see index

  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.
  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, voted an enemy to the Common wealth[ Commonwealth], by the Inhabitants of Boston.3:25.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.
  • Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25.

Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31. see index

  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.
  • Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25.
  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.

Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39. see index

  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His defence and Acquittal3:643
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]When he first Arri- ved[ Arrived]in[ Massachusetts]Bay as Governor3:645
  • Barnard[ Jonathan] [ Jonathan Barnard]Reverend his Death and Character3:39

Boston Massacre.3:60 see index

  • Benevolence a God like Vertue[ Virtue] 3:77.
  • Bourke Edmund his Speech in the House of Commons, wherein he bitterly Inveighs against the conduct of the Ministry, with regard to Ameri- ca[ America]&[ and]Great Britain3:94-3:96
  • Bourke Edmund His Speech in the House of Commons against Filing Informations. &c. 395. 396. (up)

Massacre Horrible at Bos- ton[ Boston], committed by Soldiers, a particular account of it, with the Transactions of the Town, consequent upon it3:60. see index

  • Massacre Horrible vid the plate on the Occasion of it.3:Ibid.
  • Massacre Horrible News of it, arrives in England3:149 3:162.
  • Massacre Horrible a very Partial Narrative of it3:Ibid. 149 3:162
  • Soldiers Cut down liber- ty[ liberty]Pole at New York. Greed a great disturbance, and Fight with Inhabitants.3:30-3:43.
  • Soldiers Another Fray with them at the same place.3:78.

Soldiers with Captain Preston at their Head, Massacre the Inhabitants of Boston.3:60. see index

  • Soldiers They are arraig- ned[ arraigned], plead not Guilty3:234.
  • Soldiers Tried & Cleared3:325.Etc. 2 Branded3:328. 3:785.Etc. Etc. vid. Vindex[ Samuel Adams]& Philanthropy[ Jonathan Sewall]
  • Soldiers Their Feelings. Etc. when they may Fire on Persons. Etc.3:854. 3:855.See Also under Troops.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442.
  • Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988.

Town of Boston, Their Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants]Massacred, and the vigorous efforts made by them, to rid the Town of the Troops. Etc.3:60. 3:61. see index

  • Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc.
  • Troops, made to evacuate the Town of Boston, by the Spirited Conduct of the In- habitants.[ Inhabitants] 3:61. 3:64.
  • Troops, King may Sta- tion[ Station]them where he pleases.3:974.
  • Freemasons, True one must be a good Man, &[ and]a Christian3:Ibid
  • Fanueil Hall, how may per- sons[ persons]it was supposed to contain at a Meeting of the Merchants &c.3:23. 3:25
  • Funeral of Young Snider, (Murdered by E. Richardson,) an Account of it3:53

Funeral of the 4 persons Murdered in the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre]with a particular account of it3:61 see index

  • Funeral of Patrick Car Murdered at the Massacre.3:65
  • Freeholders, English ones Num- bers[ Numbers]of, who have petitioned the king. &c.3:74(up)
  • Preston Thomas. Captain his Thanks to the Town of Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:61.
  • Preston Thomas. Captain His Narrative of the Massacre.3:155.
  • Preston Thomas. Captain Tried for Murder &[ Captain]cleared3:298.

Petition of the Town of Roxbury to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]for a Removal of the Troops from Boston.3:61. see index

  • Petition of the City of London to the King.3:106.
  • Petition Another.3:178.
  • Petition Another.3:556.
  • Parliament of Great Britain, Lords house of, under their respective Heads.
  • Pensioner definition of one.3:46.
  • Pensioner a List of them &c.3:245.

Preston Thomas. Captain his Thanks to the Town of Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:61. see index

  • Preston Thomas. Captain His Narrative of the Massacre.3:155.
  • Preston Thomas. Captain Tried for Murder &[ Captain]cleared3:298.
  • Petition of the Town of Roxbury to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]for a Removal of the Troops from Boston.3:61.
  • Richardson Ebenezer. Indicted, but his Trial postponed.3:79.
  • Richardson Ebenezer. Convicted.3:95.
  • Richardson Ebenezer. An enquiry why he is not hanged, &c. and the Reason.3:437.

Roxbury Town of, their peti- tion[ petition]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]for the Removal of the Troops from Boston.3:61. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], re- specting[ respecting]his proroguing the Court by vertue[ virtue]of Instructions, and they remonstrate against it, as an In- fringement[ Infringement]of the Charter, and a Hurt to the College.3:64. 3:70.
  • Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988.
  • Town of Boston, Their Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants]Massacred, and the vigorous efforts made by them, to rid the Town of the Troops. Etc.3:60. 3:61.
  • Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc.

Troops, made to evacuate the Town of Boston, by the Spirited Conduct of the In- habitants.[ Inhabitants] 3:61. 3:64. see index

  • Troops, King may Sta- tion[ Station]them where he pleases.3:974.
  • Troops, Liberty al- ways[ always]in danger from them.3:1011.
  • Troops, See also Soldiers.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Censured about his Pension3:46
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Prorogues the General Court to Cambridge by vertue[ virtue]of Instructions3:57
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the Town of Roxbury, tells them, that he had no Authority over the Kings Troops3:61

Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Speech to the Assembly, tells them he designed to have met them at Boston, but he was other- wise[ otherwise]Instructed3:63 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message, tells them the King has a right to order where they shall set.3:64
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Frequently in Consultation with Commissioner Robinson after the Massacre3:64
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the Address of the Council, tells them, he is a Servant to the King &[ and]must obey him &c.3:69
  • Town of Falmouth, meet, & vote the same.3:163.
  • Town of Bosford, on the same.3:168.
  • Town of Rye, met and vote the same.3:185.

Town of Boston, vote Thanks to Town of Roxbury. for their kind Interpretation, in the Time of the Massacre3:63. see index

  • Town of Boston, Their Com- mittees[ Committees]Letter, giving a Summa- ry[ Summary]Account of the Massacre.3:64.
  • Town of Boston, Vote the Importers
  • of Goods, contrary to the Non Importation Agreement, Infamous.3:69.
  • Letter of Junius to the King 37
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus, to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19
  • Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82

Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64 see index

  • Letter From the Town of Abington, thank- ing[ thanking]the Merchants &c.3:75
  • Letter An Excellent one, giving an account of the bad designs of the Minis- try[ Ministry], and urges the continuance of the Non Importation Agreement. &c.3:93
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to[ Lord]Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his treat- ment[ treatment]of the Americans3:107
  • Town of Bosford, on the same.3:168.
  • Town of Rye, met and vote the same.3:185.
  • Town of Boston, vote Thanks to Town of Roxbury. for their kind Interpretation, in the Time of the Massacre3:63.

Town of Boston, Their Com- mittees[ Committees]Letter, giving a Summa- ry[ Summary]Account of the Massacre.3:64. see index

  • Town of Boston, Vote the Importers
  • of Goods, contrary to the Non Importation Agreement, Infamous.3:69.
  • (vid their Names under Importers.)
  • Town of Roxbury, meet, & vote the same.3:59.
  • Town of Littleton, meet, and vote the same.3:Ibid.
  • Town of Acton, meet, & vote the same.3:Ibid.

Town of Medford, meet, & vote the same, send a Letter to Boston. (Over.)3:68. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the People of England, shewing[ showing]the pernici ous[ pernicious]tendency of the American Courts of Admiralty &[ and]the Illegality of the Commissioners Power &c.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Junius Americanus, His Letter to the same, on the Trial of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Soldiers3:467
  • Importers Names adver- tised[ advertized] 3:1. 3:33. 3:120. 3:203

Importers Voted Infamous by the Town of Boston3:69 see index

  • Junius, his Letter to the King3:37
  • Junius Americanus, Modestus, his Answer3:38
  • Junius Americanus, On the city Remon- strance[ Remonstrance] 3:116
  • Town of Boston, Vote the Importers
  • of Goods, contrary to the Non Importation Agreement, Infamous.3:69.
  • (vid their Names under Importers.)

Town of Boston, Thanked by Plymouth.3:73. see index

  • Town of Boston, Hire a Ves- sel[ Vessel]to carry home the Account of the Massacre.3:74.
  • Town of Boston, Petition Governor Hutchinson to appoint Spe- cial[ Special]Judges to try the Soldiers.3:79.
  • Trades- men[ Tradesmen], very generous in the Cause of liberty.3:Ibid.
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Tea all the sellers of it in Boston sign an Agreement not to sell any 'till[ until]the Revenue Act is Repealed.3:74. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • of Goods, contrary to the Non Importation Agreement, Infamous.3:69.
  • (vid their Names under Importers.)
  • Town of Boston, Thanked by Plymouth.3:73.

Town of Boston, Hire a Ves- sel[ Vessel]to carry home the Account of the Massacre.3:74. see index

  • Town of Boston, Petition Governor Hutchinson to appoint Spe- cial[ Special]Judges to try the Soldiers.3:79.
  • Trades- men[ Tradesmen], very generous in the Cause of liberty.3:Ibid.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Manwarring[ Manwaring], Edward. &c. Indicted for Murder, at the Time of the Boston Massa- cre3:79. see index

  • Manwarring[ Manwaring], Edward. He and Muroe[ John Munroe], Tried for Murder, and Acquit- ted[ acquitted] 3:329.
  • Manwarring[ Manwaring], Edward. His &c Trial
  • Militia ought to be refor- med[ reformed]&[ and]promoted, an excellent essay on it.3:78. 3:97. 3:141.
  • (vid their Names under Importers.)
  • Town of Boston, Thanked by Plymouth.3:73.
  • Town of Boston, Hire a Ves- sel[ Vessel]to carry home the Account of the Massacre.3:74.

Town of Boston, Petition Governor Hutchinson to appoint Spe- cial[ Special]Judges to try the Soldiers.3:79. see index

  • Trades- men[ Tradesmen], very generous in the Cause of liberty.3:Ibid.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Town of Boston, Thank ed[ Thanked]by the Town of Glocester[ Gloucester], for the Spirited efforts in gett- ing[ getting]rid of the Soldiers. Etc.3:92. see index

  • Town of Boston, Their Vote of Thanks to James Otis junior.3:115.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442.
  • Otis James junior Esquire commences an Action against John Robinson for an As- sault[ Assault] 3:11.

Otis James junior Esquire Thanks by the Town of Boston3:115. see index

  • Otis James junior Esquire A Letter to him on the Recovery of his health3:504.
  • Otis James junior Esquire He Obtains a Verdict against Jno. Robin- son.[ John Robinson] 3:523.
  • Opposition to the bad Designs of the Ministry made by the best &[ and]Richest Men in the Nation, or house of Commons.3:93.
  • Representatives of the Province of South Carolina, refuse to grant money for the Kings Troops.3:10
  • Representatives of the Province of South Carolina, Their procee- dings[ proceedings]with respect of their Right of Granting Money for the Society of the Bill of Rights.. Etc.3:292. 3:305
  • Representatives of the Peo- ple[ People], whom they pay their Gover- nors,[ Governors]have a check on them3:67.

Representatives For the Town of Boston chosen3:115. see index

  • Robinson John, the Com- missioner[ Commisioner], sails for London, with the account of the Massacre.3:64.
  • Revenue Officers a List of them, with their Salaries. 82.
  • Regiment the 29th that Com- mitted[ Committed]the Murders in Boston, embark for New Jersey.3:121.
  • Town of Boston, Thank ed[ Thanked]by the Town of Glocester[ Gloucester], for the Spirited efforts in gett- ing[ getting]rid of the Soldiers. Etc.3:92.

Town of Boston, Their Vote of Thanks to James Otis junior.3:115. see index

  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442.
  • Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988.
  • Representatives For the Town of Boston chosen3:115.
  • Robinson John, the Com- missioner[ Commisioner], sails for London, with the account of the Massacre.3:64.
  • Revenue Officers a List of them, with their Salaries. 82.

Regiment the 29th that Com- mitted[ Committed]the Murders in Boston, embark for New Jersey.3:121. see index

  • Richards Owen, the Informer, Tarred, & Feathered.3:Ibid.
  • Richards Owen, Prosecutes Young Jones.3:341.
  • Richards Owen, Cast on the Tryal.[ Trial] 3:531.
  • Instructions to the Asem- bly[ Assembly]of New York, about voting by Balot[ Ballot] 3:17

Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Representa- tives[ Representatives], wherein they largely debate about the right of removing the Court to Cambridge, and define the Kings Prerogative3:123 see index

  • Instructions of the Town of Haverhill to their Represen- tative[ Representative], ordering him to vote to proceed to Business &c.3:259
  • Instructions From the King to the Governor of South Carolina, about the Assemblies granting monies &c.3:292
  • Instructions From the King to Governor Hutchinson[ reg=""]forbiding him to assent to any grants made to Agents, chose &c3:521
  • North Lord[ Frederick North]A Motion made at Westminister, to Impeach him3:353.
  • North Lord[ Frederick North]Wounded in a Riot3:472.
  • National Debt, how much.3:406.

Newport Merchants. &c. of Boston, vote to have no Intercourse with them.3:130. see index

  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]diamond symbol: points to marginal text vid under Agreement
  • diamond symbol See under Merchants
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A plausible peice[ piece]wrote from Philadel- phia[ Philadelphia]tending to break it: says it ought to be broke.3:217.
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Election of Councellors for the Massachusetts Bay, Anniversary of, cele- brated[ celebrated]at Boston in a Grand Manner, when the Assembly were convened at Cambridge3:135. 3:136. see index

  • Earthquake Great at Hispanicola3:158. 3:162. 3:194. 3:256. 3:563. 3:548
  • Entertainments, a very luxuri- ous[ luxurious]one made in England3:184
  • Electricity, apeice[ a piece]on it by Mr Winthrop, showing the affects of it, and the Folly of Per- sons[ Persons]objecting to the use of Points3:200
  • Resolves of the same, Against Sherriffs taking Ille- gal[ Illegal]Fees3:22.
  • Resolves of the same, against Opposing Officers3:Ibid.
  • Resolves of the Re- presentatives[ Representatives]of the Massa- chusetts Bay[ Massachusetts], against setting at Cambridge, say it is Illegal. &c.3:70.

Resolves of the same Resolve, they will do no busi- ness[ business]out of Boston3:138. see index

  • Resolves vid a List of their Names, who voted pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.
  • of the same, on the Same &[ and]determine to do no business.3:146
  • Resolves of the Same, on the same Subject.3:152.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Message, concerning a Riot wherein they treat him with much Freedom. &c.3:103.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote the Governor his Salary.3:104.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote to send their Resolutions up to the Board.3:Ibid.
  • New York, Lord Dun- more[ Dunmore]appointed Governor3:32
  • New York, Lord Dun- more[ Dunmore], arrives there as Governor3:295.

New York, Merchants &c. propose to Boston Merchants to have a Congress, in order to relax the Agreement.3:139. see index

  • New York, Want to dis- solve[ dissolve]the Agreement, and at- tempt[ attempt]it3:152.
  • New York, Their behavi- our[ behavior]when they Attempted to break the Non Importation Agreement3:170. 3:171.
  • New York, Dissolve the the Agreement of non Impor- tation[ Importation], and send orders for all Goods, except Tea. &c.3:173.
  • Patriots definition of.3:365. 3:370.
  • Patriots An Address to them in Great Britain &[ and]Ireland, from An American, urging them to continue firm in the Cause of Liberty and to that end to set up political Lectures. &c. on Liberty. &c.3:613.
  • Portsmouth Town of, their Resolves against Mcmaster the Importer.3:86.

Portsmouth Town of, Boston Merchants &c. Resolve against it3:139. see index

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  • Remonstrance and Petition of the city of London to the King3:106,3:178,3:556
  • of both Houses of Parliament to the King on occasi- on[ occasion]of the Remonstrance of London3:129
  • To the Free- holders[ Freeholders]of the County of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]by John Withers, on his enlargement; wherein he finds great fault with the public measures. &c3:133

of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]pray him to remove the Court of Boston3:145 see index

  • of the City of Lon- don[ London]to the King on the birth of a Princess3:211
  • Remonstrance and Petition of the City of Westmin- ster[ Westminster]to the King3:353
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A plausible peice[ piece]wrote from Philadel- phia[ Philadelphia]tending to break it: says it ought to be broke.3:217.
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A Nother[ Another]Jus- tifying[ Justifying]Yorkers Breaking it and Severely reflecting on Boston. &c.3:232
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]in a poor situation respecting Leavning, &[ and]Liberty: have no Charter3:152.

Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]Boston Merchants. &c, vote to break of all Connections with them3:153. see index

  • Northern Light, Ac- counted for.3:219.
  • North Carolina Assembly of, pass a Riot Act, in order to convict the Regulators3:474.
  • Commons House of Debates in, about the City Remonstrance3:125
  • Commons House of Address the King on the same3:129
  • Commons House of Wont[ Will not]Repeal the Duty on Tea3:133

Commons House of Debates in it concer- ning[ concerning]the Boston Massacre3:154. 3:156. see index

  • Commons House of Debates in, about Ame- rica[ America], and Mr. Bourkes Motion for Resolves3:184
  • Commons House of Governor Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]s Speech in, in Favor of America, says he would not have delivered up Castle William if ordered3:249.
  • Commons House of Their address in ans- wer[ answer]to the Kings Speech3:369.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reasons, why they should Adhere to their Resolutions against doing Business at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Mes- sage[ Message]to the Governor acquaint him they will abide by their Resolutions against doing Business, and desire to Go Home.3:147.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message about expecting some Orders from home. They beg he would remove the Court.3:152.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor desire to be remo- ved[ removed]to Boston, or to be dismist.[ dismissed] 3:157. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]s Message, wherein they In- sist[ Insist]on their Right of setting in Boston. &c: Speak very slightly of th Crown Law- yers[ Insist], and call Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]s Mandate respecting Rescinding, an Impudent One. &c.3:189.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, They send it up to the Council.3:Ibid.
  • They Refuse to Grant Money for the Troops.3:10.
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Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158. see index

  • Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Instructions From the King to Governor Hutchinson[ reg=""]forbiding him to assent to any grants made to Agents, chose &c3:521
  • Junius Americanus his letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:107

Junius Americanus On the Boston Massacre3:160,3:197 see index

  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on the same3:161
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to the same, tells him the more her Oppresses America, the bet- ter[ better]it will be for them.3:241
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to him, a very Severe one3:614
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him, on his con- duct[ conduct]respecting the Americans, with a particular Account of the New appointment of the Judges of the Court of Vice Admiralty, with their Charac- ters[ Characters]&c3:55. 3:82. 3:86.
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him, from Junius Americanus on his Treatment of the Colonies3:107

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of on the Boston Massacre3:161 see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Ought to be Im- peached[ Impeached] 3:178
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of A Great Enemy to the liberties of America, deter- mines[ determines]to Fix the Parliaments Right of taxing America, vid his speech.3:222
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him Junius Americanus, he tells him, that the more he opp- resses[ oppresses]America, the better it will be for them3:241
  • Letter from Junius to the King on the City Remon- strance[] 3:116
  • Letter From the same, on the Kings Answer to the above, gives a Character of the Ministry3:137
  • Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152

Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161 see index

  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187
  • Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158.

Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184 see index

  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Mes- sage[ Message]to the Governor acquaint him they will abide by their Resolutions against doing Business, and desire to Go Home.3:147.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message about expecting some Orders from home. They beg he would remove the Court.3:152.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor desire to be remo- ved[ removed]to Boston, or to be dismist.[ dismissed] 3:157.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]s Message, wherein they In- sist[ Insist]on their Right of setting in Boston. &c: Speak very slightly of th Crown Law- yers[ Insist], and call Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]s Mandate respecting Rescinding, an Impudent One. &c.3:189. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, They send it up to the Council.3:Ibid.
  • They Refuse to Grant Money for the Troops.3:10.
  • Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184

Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195. see index

  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242
  • Merchants of Boston Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at the bottom of this column3:276
  • Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.

Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201. see index

  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242
  • Merchants of Boston Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at the bottom of this column3:276
  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
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Whitfield. George Reverend Arrives at Boston.3:202. see index

  • Whitfield. George Reverend Setts of for Ports- mouth.[ Portsmouth]&c3:234.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend for Concord &c.3:247.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend Dies, his Life and Character, Newbury People wont[ will not]let him be buried in Boston, he is buried at Newbury3:262.
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]diamond symbol: points to marginal text vid under Agreement
  • diamond symbol See under Merchants
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A plausible peice[ piece]wrote from Philadel- phia[ Philadelphia]tending to break it: says it ought to be broke.3:217.

Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A Nother[ Another]Jus- tifying[ Justifying]Yorkers Breaking it and Severely reflecting on Boston. &c.3:232 see index

  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]in a poor situation respecting Leavning, &[ and]Liberty: have no Charter3:152.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]Boston Merchants. &c, vote to break of all Connections with them3:153.
  • Northern Light, Ac- counted for.3:219.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, their reply to the Letter of the New York Merchants, acquai n ting[ acquanting]them of the disolution. &c.3:174.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.

Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234. see index

  • Merchants of Boston, They separate from the Body of the Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants], meet by themselves, and dissolve the Non Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement3:276.
  • Merchants of Boston, They deliver up the Goods belonging to the Importers which were Stored.3:285.
  • Monies great, granted by New York Assembly for the Troops3:45.
  • Anniversary at Stafford3:203
  • Anniversary of Boston Massacre, vid Massacre
  • Advertisement of H.D.[ Harbottle Dorr], about discouraging the Importers &c.3:228 [227]

Advertisement a Spirited one to the Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, about Non Importation. &c.3:235 see index

  • Advertisement a Comical one of Jno. Malcolms[ Jonathan Malcolms] 3:407(up)
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187

Letter From the Merchants of New York to the Boston Comittee;[ Committee]Justify their breaking the agreement3:239 see index

  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsbo- rough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his Treatment of the Americans, tells him the More he oppresses them, the Better it will be for them. &c.3:241.
  • Merchants, Their Letter sent to the Merchants of New- haven[ New Haven]: to Induce them to come into the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]Agreement.3:187.
  • Merchants, Protested against by Huntingdon. See the Protest
  • Merchants, Protested against by the Inhabitants of New York vid. Protest

Merchants, Their Letter to the Boston committee, Justify their disolving the Agreement.3:239 see index

  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], vote against Newport.3:153.
  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], abide by their Agreement3:307.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.

Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242 see index

  • Merchants of Boston Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at the bottom of this column3:276
  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
  • Mcdougal Captain His Address to the Betrayed Inhabitants of New York3:10.
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet at Cambridge, desire the Govr. to Remove them to Boston. choose a Committee, report to abide by their Former Resolu- tion[ Resolution]not to do business unless. &c. vote to keep a Day of Pray- er[ Prayer], &c.3:255. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Message to the Governor desire to knows whe- ter[ whether]he has received any further Instructions relative to the Court's Setting at Cambridge.3:267.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend Arrives at Boston.3:202.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend Setts of for Ports- mouth.[ Portsmouth]&c3:234.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend for Concord &c.3:247.

Whitfield. George Reverend Dies, his Life and Character, Newbury People wont[ will not]let him be buried in Boston, he is buried at Newbury3:262. see index

  • Whitfield. George Reverend Verses on his Death.3:263. 3:266. 3:313.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend A particular Account of his Death, & Character.3:271.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend Hymn composed by himself to be sung Over his Corps.3:Ibid.
  • Castle William A Particular Account of the delivery of it3:315
  • Castle William The whole affair of the Surrender freely discuss- ed[ discussed] 3:319
  • Castle William vid the Chatterer3:Ibid

Commodore Hood arrives at Boston from Halifax3:266 see index

  • Commodore Hood Sails for England3:281
  • Commodore Gambier[ John Gambier]arrives at Boston, takes the Com- mand[ Command]of the Fleet3:276
  • Crosby Brass Esquire, chose Lord Mayor of London3:323
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Fire Great at Boston.3:268. see index

  • Fire Great at London.3:278.
  • Castle William vid the Chatterer3:Ibid
  • Commodore Hood arrives at Boston from Halifax3:266
  • Commodore Hood Sails for England3:281

Commodore Gambier[ John Gambier]arrives at Boston, takes the Com- mand[ Command]of the Fleet3:276 see index

  • Crosby Brass Esquire, chose Lord Mayor of London3:323
  • Crosby Brass Sent to the Tower3:472
  • Crosby Brass Discharged3:511
  • Grafton Duke of Resigns3:101
  • Goods, estimate of, which arrived from Great Britain du- ring[ during]the continuance of the non Importation agreement3:130
  • Gun fired in the Main Street and a Person try'd[ tried], Convicted, &[ and]Sentenced for it3:193

Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, arrives at Boston, and takes the Command o'Fleet there3:276 see index

  • Governor Lord Dunmore[ John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore], arrives at New York3:295
  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, his an- swer[ answer]to the Address of the Boston Merchants3:549
  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, Superseded by Admi- ral[ Admiral]Montague[ John Montagu] 3:541
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242

Merchants of Boston Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at the bottom of this column3:276 see index

  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
  • Mcdougal Captain His Address to the Betrayed Inhabitants of New York3:10.
  • Mcdougal Captain Imprisoned3:41.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234.

Merchants of Boston, They separate from the Body of the Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants], meet by themselves, and dissolve the Non Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement3:276. see index

  • Merchants of Boston, They deliver up the Goods belonging to the Importers which were Stored.3:285.
  • Monies great, granted by New York Assembly for the Troops3:45.
  • Murder of Young Sni- der[ Snider], committed by Ebenezer Richarson3:50. 3:53.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234.
  • Merchants of Boston, They separate from the Body of the Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants], meet by themselves, and dissolve the Non Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement3:276.

Merchants of Boston, They deliver up the Goods belonging to the Importers which were Stored.3:285. see index

  • Monies great, granted by New York Assembly for the Troops3:45.
  • Murder of Young Sni- der[ Snider], committed by Ebenezer Richarson3:50. 3:53.
  • Murder Committed by a Man of Wars Man.3:193
  • Spaniards Their Ratification of the Treaty arrives.3:450.
  • Salem Town of, their proceed- ings[ proceedings]& votes, respecting those who have violated the Non Importation Agreement.3:266.
  • Surveyors of his Majesties Woods, New appointments made. 273.

Storm the Greatest one at Boston, that has been this 50 Years, and the great damage done by it.3:285. 3:295. see index

  • Ships of War in Boston Harbour[ Harbor], under the Com- mand[ Command]of Commodore. Gam- bier[ Gambier.] 3:289.
  • Ships of War in Boston Harbour[ Harbor], Under the Command of Admiral Montague.3:541.
  • Salem Town of, their proceed- ings[ proceedings]& votes, respecting those who have violated the Non Importation Agreement.3:266.
  • Surveyors of his Majesties Woods, New appointments made. 273.
  • Storm the Greatest one at Boston, that has been this 50 Years, and the great damage done by it.3:285. 3:295.

Ships of War in Boston Harbour[ Harbor], under the Com- mand[ Command]of Commodore. Gam- bier[ Gambier.] 3:289. see index

  • Ships of War in Boston Harbour[ Harbor], Under the Command of Admiral Montague.3:541.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enu- merating[ enumerating]his political Wicked- ness[ Wickedness] 3:279
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to the People of England shewing[ showing]the similar grievances, between Great Britain, and the Colo.[ Colonies] 3:283
  • Junius Americanus Another to the Same, shewing[ showing]the bad Policy relative to America, and draws a Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c.3:288

Junius Americanus On a Riot at Boston relative to Jno. Mean[ Jonathan Mean] 3:293 see index

  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the Indepen- dency[ Independency]of American Governors Judges, &c3:575
  • Junius Americanus His letter to the same, draws Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Character, say's A. Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]is recorded in the Councils Book as a perjured symbol here =|| in a cross, points to last entry in column Traytor[ Traitor]&c3:588
  • Jackson William the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Town of Boston as an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25
  • Dunmore Lord Governor his first Speech to the Assembly of New York, he commends the Yorkers for Breaking the Non- Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement &c.3:336
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Speech to the Assem- bly[ Assembly]of New York, refuses to take his Salary, tells them the King has appointed him one3:385
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Appointed Governor of Virginia3:Ibid

Davis Reverend Baptist Minister, re- presented[ represented]as an enemy to this peo- ple[ people] 3:353A Letter setting the Town of Boston &[ and]Province in a very ill Light, supposed to be wrote by him3:366 see index

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  • King's His Answer to the 2nd Remonstrance of the City of London3:184.
  • King's His Answer to the Address of the City of London, on the Birth of a Princess.3:211.
  • King's Said to be a But- ton[ Button]Maker.3:213.

King's His Speech to the Parliament, mentions the Spa- niards[ Spaniards]taking Falkland Island, and finds fault with Boston respecting the Non Importation agreement.3:369. see index

  • King's His Speech ( respec- ting[ respecting]the Spaniards taking Falk- land[ Falkland]Island,) said to contain an absolute Falshood.[ Falsehood]&c.3:383.
  • King's Freely dealt with by Junius, about the Convention with Spain, taxed as not behaving as a Man of honor. &c.3:453.
  • King's Freely dealt with by the Freeholder, about the late riots in the City on account of the Lord Mayor, & Alder- man[ Alderman], being sent to the Tower.3:483.

Plan Proposed for celebra- ting[ celebrating]the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre.3:397. 3:402. 3:403. see index

  • Plan For Altering the Constitution of Rhode Island Government.3:595.
  • Powder great danger from Mag- azines[ Magazines]being kept in Cities. &c, a particular account of one being Struck by Lightning in Germany3:418.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message respecting ye[ the]Stile[ Style]to be used in passing Laws: They drop the dispute and proceed in the usual Form.3:310
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
  • Address to the Protestants in Great Britain &[ and]the Colonies, showing them the prenicious plan, schemed by Lord Bute, to ruin out liberties, and Introduce the Roman Catholic, Religion3:361
  • Address of the House of Lords in answer to the Kings Speech3:369
  • Address of the House of Commons on the same3:Ibid

Address of the Episcopal Clergy of Boston, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his being advanced to the Government3:426 see index

  • Address of the Merchants of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid
  • Address of the Judges of the Superior Court on the same, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Justices of the Court of Sessions, and of the Common Pleas, of the County of Middlesex to Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.
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Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his answer to the Address of the Associated Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston3:426 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Lawyers Address3:427
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Censured for stan- ding[ standing]God-father3:429
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Is now, or soon will be Independent of the People3:431
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Merchants, &[ and]Traders Address of the Town of Boston.3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Superior Courts address.3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Justices of the Inferior Court, &[ and]Sessions of the County of Middlesex3:426

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Baptist Minsters, of Boston (up)3:426 see index

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  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Severe Acrostic on his being proclaimed.3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Toasts on his being proclaimed3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to him on being advanced to the Govern- ment[ Government], vid Addresses

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Episcopal Clergy of Boston3:426 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Merchants, &[ and]Traders Address of the Town of Boston.3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Superior Courts address.3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Justices of the Inferior Court, &[ and]Sessions of the County of Middlesex3:426
  • Town of Boston, Thank ed[ Thanked]by the Town of Glocester[ Gloucester], for the Spirited efforts in gett- ing[ getting]rid of the Soldiers. Etc.3:92.
  • Town of Boston, Their Vote of Thanks to James Otis junior.3:115.

Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427. see index

  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442.
  • Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988.
  • Town of Boston, Their Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants]Massacred, and the vigorous efforts made by them, to rid the Town of the Troops. Etc.3:60. 3:61.
  • Ambassador French, Count de Guigne, leaves London ab- ruptley abruptly and goes to France.3:589
  • Acts of Trade, Our Ancestors Adopted them by their own Consent3:591
  • America, how many Miles it contains 613

Annual Political Lectures, Town of Boston, vote to have one Forever, and annualy annually to provide an Orator3:442 see index

  • Adams John Esquire[ John Adams]his plea- dings[ pleadings]for the Soldiers, con- cerned[ concerned]in the Massacre.3:933.
  • Assault in Law what.3:951 3:983
  • Admiralty Vice Court of, in America, very Illegal3:331. 3:379 3:517. 3:640.
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Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay his Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message, tells them, he cant remove the Court while they Insist that Boston is the only legal place, &c.3:442 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Answer to the Address of Council3:443
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Negatives several Civil officers3:454
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Family Con- nexions[ Connexions], with the offices they hold &c.3:Ibid.
  • Lynde[ Benjamin Lynde], Benjamin made chief Justice3:427
  • Lords Protest, against addressing the King on the Convention with Spain. &c.3:449
  • Land at New York gran- ted[ granted]away from the honest Owners, by Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], by ver- tue[ virtue]of a Ministered Man- date[ Mandate]&c.3:635.

Lectures Annual politi- cal[ political], Town of Boston vote to have, and an orator to de- claim[ declaim] 3:442 see index

  • Lawyers, pleading's for the King against the Sol- diers[ Soldiers], concerned in the Bos- ton[ Boston]Massacre.3:793. 3:838.
  • Lawyers, For the Pri- soners[ Prisoners] 3:852. 3:919. 3:933.
  • Lovel, James[ James Lovell], his Oration to Com me morate[ Commemorate]the Boston Massacre. &c.3:1004
  • Massacre Horrible Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]on it3:160.
  • Massacre Horrible A Plan propo- sed[ proposed]to celebrate the Anniver- sary[ Anniversary]of it.3:397. 3:402. 3:403.
  • Massacre Horrible at Salem3:423.

Massacre Horrible Town of Bos- ton[ Boston], enter into measures to ce- lebrate[ celebrate]it every year, to provide an Orator. &c.3:442. see index

  • Massacre Horrible A True Narra- tive of it3:659.
  • Manwarring[ Manwaring]Edward, his Boy, declares he was ordered by his Master, to fire from the Custom House at the Time of the Massacre &c.3:61.
  • Manwarring[ Manwaring]Edward, He gets to make affida- vit[ affadavit]of his Innocence3:70.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
  • Town of Boston, Thank ed[ Thanked]by the Town of Glocester[ Gloucester], for the Spirited efforts in gett- ing[ getting]rid of the Soldiers. Etc.3:92.
  • Town of Boston, Their Vote of Thanks to James Otis junior.3:115.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427.

Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442. see index

  • Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988.
  • Town of Boston, Their Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants]Massacred, and the vigorous efforts made by them, to rid the Town of the Troops. Etc.3:60. 3:61.
  • Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor beg he would let some of the Province Arms be for the use of the Students at Cambridge. &c.3:458.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor at the Election of Councellors beg he would re- move[ remove]the Court to Boston, as the Ancient, usual, &[ and]only con- venient[ convenient]place, omitting the Ille- gality[ Illegality]of being kept out of Boston.3:485. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to the Governors Speech.3:499.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508.
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Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, pray- ing[ praying]him to remove them to Boston wherein he tells them he will endeavor to remove every obstacle to setting there &c3:486 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Clergy, of the South part of the Country of Hampshire3:488
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Clergy, of the North part of the County of Hampshire3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Town of Alms- bury[ Almsbury] 3:Ibid
  • Affidavit's in Favor of Mr. Molineaux, to clear him from the charge of subborning Man- warren's[ Manwarren's]Boy against his Master3:422
  • Acrostic on Mr. Hutchin- son's[ Thomas Hutchinson]being proclaimed Governor3:423
  • Alderman Oliver, and the Lord Mayor of London sent to the Tower, for dischar -ing the Printers. &c.3:471 3:472

Admiral Montague appoin- ted[ appointed]to succeed Commodore Gam- bier[ John Gambier], and arrives at Boston, the Time when he came here before, and the occasion of it. &c.3:541 see index

  • Ambassador French, Count de Guigne, leaves London ab- ruptley abruptly and goes to France.3:589
  • Acts of Trade, Our Ancestors Adopted them by their own Consent3:591
  • America, how many Miles it contains 613
  • Mucious Scævola, his peice laid by the Governor before the Council, their proceedings on it3:611.
  • Molineaux William, Affida- vits[ Affidavits]in his Favour[ Favor ], respecting his bribing Manwarring Boy &c. to swear against his Master3:422.

Montague Admiral Super- sedes[ Supersedes]Commodore Gambier[ James Gambier], arrives at Boston an account of the visit he made here be- fore[ before], and the Occasion of it.3:541. see index

  • Surveyors of his Majesties Woods, New appointments made. 273.
  • Storm the Greatest one at Boston, that has been this 50 Years, and the great damage done by it.3:285. 3:295.
  • Ships of War in Boston Harbour[ Harbor], under the Com- mand[ Command]of Commodore. Gam- bier[ Gambier.] 3:289.

Ships of War in Boston Harbour[ Harbor], Under the Command of Admiral Montague.3:541. see index

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  • him to resign rather than put in exectution[ execution], the unjust mea- sures[ measures]of the Ministry. &c.3:544
  • Address of the Lord Mayor &c of the city of London, to the King, on the Birth of a Prince3:548

Address of the Merchants of Boston to Commodore Gambier[ James Gambier], on his departure3:549 see index

  • Address of Wilkes[ John Wilkes]&[ and]Bull[ Frederick Bull], when they were chos'd[ chosen]Sheriffs of London3:556
  • Address to the Patriots in Great Britain &[ and]Ireland urging them to stand firm in the cause of liberty, and in order to preserve it, to set up Annual Lectures. &c.3:613
  • Address to Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], a smart one, charges him with usurpation. &c.3:614
  • Gun fired in the Main Street and a Person try'd[ tried], Convicted, &[ and]Sentenced for it3:193
  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, arrives at Boston, and takes the Command o'Fleet there3:276
  • Governor Lord Dunmore[ John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore], arrives at New York3:295

Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, his an- swer[ answer]to the Address of the Boston Merchants3:549 see index

  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, Superseded by Admi- ral[ Admiral]Montague[ John Montagu] 3:541
  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, Sails for Halifax3:554
  • Georgia Commons House of, their Resolves about Getting Mr Whitfields Body to bury it &c.3:328
  • Letter from John Horne, to John Wilkes : gives a histo ry[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights; draws a Shocking Character of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes]&c.3:547.

Letter From John Wilkes, to the Sons of Liberty in Bos- ton[ Boston], whereby he appears to be a true Friend to America, Notwithstanding the Charges of John Horne3:555 see index

  • Letter From Junius, to the Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye[ the]Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.3:566.
  • Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575
  • Letter From the same to the same: gives Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]their Characters, say's Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a perjured Traytor[ Traitor]&c.3:588
  • Wilkes John Esquire His Reply to the Address of the Grand Jury of Wales : draws a Shocking Cha- racter[ Character]of the prsent House of Commons.3:525.
  • Wilkes John Esquire Charg'd[ Charged]by Parson Horn, as a False Patriot & a very Bad Man.3:525
  • Wilkes John Esquire His vile Charac- ter.[ Character]public, & Private, as giving by Parson Horne, who says he was always an Enemy to the Americans, whom he always hated.3:547.

Wilkes John Esquire His two Letters to the Sons of Liberty in Boston, where he appears to be a true Friend to the Rights of the Americans, not- withstanding the Charges of Par- son[ Parson]Horne.3:555. see index

  • Wilkes John Esquire Chose Sheriff of the City of London, his ad- dress[ address]to them on the occasion.3:556.
  • Wilkes John Esquire His Will.3:561.
  • Watchman. a peice expo- sing[ exposing]the pernicious Principles of the Delany Family. &c. at New York.3:47. 3:67. 3:77. 3:113.
  • North Carolina asso- ciate[ associates]against the Regulators an Account of their proceedings &c.3:495.
  • North Carolina Their Letter to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], desire to know the particulars of the Battle with the Regulators.3:504.
  • North Carolina They Burn the Effigies of the Printer of the Spy. &c: an account of their Transactions.3:556.

Narrative of the Horrible Massacre in Boston3:659. see index

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  • Deposition of Andrew Oli- ver[ Oliver]Esqr, about the Debates in Council, &[ and]Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson]Con- duct[ Conduct], relative to the Massacre, &c3:255
  • Deposition of Captain Phil- lips[ Phillips]&[ and]Mr Hall, giving a par- ticular[ particular]accounts of the delivery of the Castle. &c.3:315
  • Deposition of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay &[ and]relative to Andrew Oliver s Deposition3:605

Deposition About the Boston Massacre3:707 see index

  • Dunmore Lord Governor his first Speech to the Assembly of New York, he commends the Yorkers for Breaking the Non- Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement &c.3:336
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Speech to the Assem- bly[ Assembly]of New York, refuses to take his Salary, tells them the King has appointed him one3:385
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Appointed Governor of Virginia3:Ibid
  • Trial of the Printer of Junius's Letter to the King;-- & the Verdict.3:233. 3:245.
  • Trial said on the Trial to be no libel.3:245.
  • Trial of the Duke of Cumberland, for Criminal Conversation. &c.3:234. 3:247.

Trial of the Soldiers Concerned in the Boston Massacre.3:785. see index

  • Trial of Doctor Haly for Duel.3:619.
  • Thunder. Terrible at Bed ford.[ Bedford] 3:175.
  • Thunder. at Waltham.3:192.
  • Lords Protest, against addressing the King on the Convention with Spain. &c.3:449
  • Land at New York gran- ted[ granted]away from the honest Owners, by Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], by ver- tue[ virtue]of a Ministered Man- date[ Mandate]&c.3:635.
  • Lectures Annual politi- cal[ political], Town of Boston vote to have, and an orator to de- claim[ declaim] 3:442

Lawyers, pleading's for the King against the Sol- diers[ Soldiers], concerned in the Bos- ton[ Boston]Massacre.3:793. 3:838. see index

  • Lawyers, For the Pri- soners[ Prisoners] 3:852. 3:919. 3:933.
  • Lovel, James[ James Lovell], his Oration to Com me morate[ Commemorate]the Boston Massacre. &c.3:1004
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  • Queries Concerning our Charter, addressed to Johan- nes[ Johannes]in Eremo.3:391.
  • Queries of Johannes in Eremo on our Charter; and the Nature of our Subjection to King Great Britain3:413.

Quincy Samuel, his pleadings for the King, on the Trial of the Soldiers concerned in the Boston Mas- sacre.[ Massacre] 3:793. 3:838. see index

  • Quincy Josiah, his Pleadings for the Soldiers on the same Trial.3:852. 3:919.
  • Town of Boston, Their Vote of Thanks to James Otis junior.3:115.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442.

Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988. see index

  • Town of Boston, Their Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants]Massacred, and the vigorous efforts made by them, to rid the Town of the Troops. Etc.3:60. 3:61.
  • Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc.
  • Troops, made to evacuate the Town of Boston, by the Spirited Conduct of the In- habitants.[ Inhabitants] 3:61. 3:64.
  • Lectures Annual politi- cal[ political], Town of Boston vote to have, and an orator to de- claim[ declaim] 3:442
  • Lawyers, pleading's for the King against the Sol- diers[ Soldiers], concerned in the Bos- ton[ Boston]Massacre.3:793. 3:838.
  • Lawyers, For the Pri- soners[ Prisoners] 3:852. 3:919. 3:933.

Lovel, James[ James Lovell], his Oration to Com me morate[ Commemorate]the Boston Massacre. &c.3:1004 see index

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  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting the Non Importantion agreement3:1. 3:51. 3:52.
  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Enter into a New Agreement3:51
  • Address of the Merchants of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid
  • Address of the Judges of the Superior Court on the same, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Justices of the Court of Sessions, and of the Common Pleas, of the County of Middlesex to Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.

Address of the Baptist Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid. see index

  • Address of the Congregation- al[ Congregational]Minister of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Lawyers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same3:Ibid.
  • Address of Mr. Moorhead &[ and]his Church to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:435.(up)
  • Address of the Judges of the Superior Court on the same, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Justices of the Court of Sessions, and of the Common Pleas, of the County of Middlesex to Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Baptist Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.

Address of the Congregation- al[ Congregational]Minister of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid. see index

  • Address of the Lawyers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same3:Ibid.
  • Address of Mr. Moorhead &[ and]his Church to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:435.(up)
  • Address of the House of Lords in answer to the Kings Speech3:369
  • Address of the House of Commons on the same3:Ibid
  • Address of the Episcopal Clergy of Boston, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his being advanced to the Government3:426

Address of the Merchants of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid see index

  • Address of the Judges of the Superior Court on the same, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Justices of the Court of Sessions, and of the Common Pleas, of the County of Middlesex to Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Baptist Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on the same3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Toasts on his being proclaimed3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to him on being advanced to the Govern- ment[ Government], vid Addresses
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Episcopal Clergy of Boston3:426

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Merchants, &[ and]Traders Address of the Town of Boston.3:Ibid see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Superior Courts address.3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Justices of the Inferior Court, &[ and]Sessions of the County of Middlesex3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Baptist Minsters, of Boston (up)3:426
  • Proclamation of the King, for taking up the Printers, which was the Foundation of the Imprisonment of the Lord Mayor, &[ and]Alderman.3:469.
  • Proclamation of Governor Hut chinson's[ Hutchinson]for a Thanksgiving, gives great offence; commented on3:598. 3:602. 3:652. &c. by Candidus.
  • Proclamation Most all the Ministers in Plimouth[ Plymouth]Coun- ty[ County], decline reading it in the usual way.3:603.

Proclamation Read in no Con- gregational[ Congregational]Church at Boston, except by Dr. Pemberton.3:Ibid. see index

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  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote the Governor his Salary.3:104.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote to send their Resolutions up to the Board.3:Ibid.
  • Agent Jackson Not allowed pay3:508.
  • Anniversary of the 14 August celebrated.3:202
  • Anniversary at Stafford3:203

Anniversary of Boston Massacre, vid Massacre see index

  • Advertisement of H.D.[ Harbottle Dorr], about discouraging the Importers &c.3:228 [227]
  • Advertisement a Spirited one to the Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, about Non Importation. &c.3:235
  • Advertisement a Comical one of Jno. Malcolms[ Jonathan Malcolms] 3:407(up)
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Boston inhabitants of any way connected with Trade, join the Merchants in support of their non Importation agreement vid. under Merchants. see index

  • Boston vide Town of.
  • Ballot votes by, the most free way of voting, tried to be Introduced in New York Gov- erment[ Government] 3:17
  • Barnard. Sir Francis Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his character
  • Boston inhabitants of any way connected with Trade, join the Merchants in support of their non Importation agreement vid. under Merchants.

Boston vide Town of. see index

  • Ballot votes by, the most free way of voting, tried to be Introduced in New York Gov- erment[ Government] 3:17
  • Barnard. Sir Francis Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his character
  • Barnard. Sir Francis Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His petition to the King &c. about his Impeach- ment[ Impeachment] 3:56
  • Agreement of the Merchants for Non Importation of Goods fro m Great Britain dissolved[pg # gone]
  • Agreement by Merchants of New York3:174
  • by Philadelphia 26[pg # gone]

by Boston 2[pg # gone] see index

  • Agents x for the Colon that are chosen by the 3 Branches a danger Thing (up)[pg # gone]
  • Town of Rye, met and vote the same.3:185.
  • Town of Boston, vote Thanks to Town of Roxbury. for their kind Interpretation, in the Time of the Massacre3:63.
  • Town of Boston, Their Com- mittees[ Committees]Letter, giving a Summa- ry[ Summary]Account of the Massacre.3:64.

Town of Boston, Vote the Importers see index

  • of Goods, contrary to the Non Importation Agreement, Infamous.3:69.
  • (vid their Names under Importers.)
  • Town of Boston, Thanked by Plymouth.3:73.
  • Long Island a discription of it,4:1013.
  • Long Island a discription of it,4:1013.
  • Levingston[ William Livingston]Governor his excel- lent[ excellent]Speech to the General Assembly of New Jersey : it being his first Speech.4:1028.

Letter of the Boston Committee of Correspondence, to the other Towns in the Province, stating our grievances, &c, 1117. See page4:34, colum 2, under Letters. see index

  • See under Troops British, Soldi- ers[ Soldiers], &c.
  • Army New American to be form- ed[ formed]: and the number that each State is to raise, &c,4:1017.
  • Army British, and the united States, situation of, December 1776.4:1057,4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.

Anniversary of the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre], celebrated at Boston.4:39,4:252,4:460,4:462, 694:693. see index

  • Anniversary of the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre]at Watertown, when an Oration was deliverd[ delivered].4:897.
  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], meet by their deputies, vote to have a Militia formed, &c: will support the Massachusetts Province: choose members for a new Continental Congress, &c.4:646. See State of Maryland.
  • Murderer, Ebenezer Richardson, let out of Goal[ Jail], &c,4:45.
  • Murder, Committed by James Bell on his Wife.4:225. Brought in guility of Man- slaughter[ Manslaughter], and branded.4:247.

Massacre Boston Anniversary of, &c, celebrated at Boston,4:39,4:252,4:460,4:462,4:693. see index

  • Massacre a memorandum on it at Salem, where it was celebrated.4:48.
  • Massacre at Newbury.4:269.
  • Massacre at Watertown.4:897.
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor, his procla- mation[ proclamation], especially Land in dispute.4:4.
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor, his message to the House of Representatives, declines taking his salary from them: lays the Kings instruction before them prohibiting him to take it, &c.4:41.

Town of Boston meet, and have an Oration delivered by[ Doctor]Warren[ Joseph Warren], &c.4:39. see index

  • Town of Boston, their valuation. 118.
  • Town of Boston, meet on occasion of the Judges being made independant: their message to the governor, and other trans- actions[ transactions], relative to it.4:175.
  • Whisperer, a smart Pa- per[ Paper]published in England, containing an Account of the fire at Portsmouth, and an Attempt to shoot the King: also an Account of Corrupt Mi- nisters[ Ministers], &c.4:12.

Warren Joseph, pro- nounces[ pronounces]an Oration in Boston, in Town Meeting.4:39.4:693. see index

  • Warren Joseph, Killed in Battle at Bunker Hill, an eulogium on him.4:757.4:770.
  • Warren Joseph, his Body found, and very honorably buried.4:925.
  • Warren Joseph, his Orations.4:1071,4:1236.
  • Militia a sort of, compose part of the King of Russia's Troops: he gained most of his victories by a sort of Militia.4:1263.
  • Militia of America, may make the best of Soldiers to the amount of 100,000 men in a few Months.4:1264,4:1265.
  • Magna Charta, of great consequence; called the Charter of the liberties of England.4:17.

Molineaux William his character defended: thanked by the Town of Boston, for his Fidelity in carrying on the wool- ing[ wooling]manufactory, &c.4:45,4:46. see index

  • Molineaux William his Death, and Character,4:600.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor much blamed for delivering the Castle to the Re- gular[ Regular]Troops: queries propounded to him on that subject, &c,4:47.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court, will let them set in Boston, if they wont deny the kings Right to remove them by instructions, &c, &c, and purposes the erection of new Courts, &c.4:59. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor he has done more real hurt to new England, than can be easily imagined.4:61.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court when he dissolved them: insists that the King has a right to keep the Court where he thinks proper.4:69.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Comments on the above Speech: his political character set in an ill light.4:71,4:72,4:73.
  • Hancock John Esquire chosen President of the Continental Congress.4:746.
  • Hancock John Esquire married.4:797.
  • Hancock John Esquire his Oration.4:1184.

Hallowell Benja.[ Benjamin]rejoices at the news of the Massacre in Boston.4:61. see index

  • Hallowell Benja.[ Benjamin]beset by a large number of men, and drove into Boston for Shelt- er[ Shelter].4:563.
  • Herculaneum City of in Naples, discovered, after being 1700 years buried by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius.4:77.
  • Hottest Day for 23 years past.4:124.
  • Irish House of Com- mons[ Commons]. See Commons House of, in Ireland.
  • Instructions to Governor Try- on[ William Tryon], forbidding him to take any pay from the House of Representatives, &c,4:41.
  • Instructions from the King, said by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]to be a part of the Constitution.4:69.

Instructions spirited ones from the Town of Boston, to their Representatives; take particular no- tice[ notice]of our oppressions, & Govr.[ Governor]Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy, &,4:83. see index

  • Instructions to the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Town of Roxbury, on the independancy of the Judges.4:189.
  • Instructions to the Representatives of the Town of Cambridge, on the same and other grievances.4:202.
  • Instructions to the Representatives of the Town of Charlestown, on the in- dependancy[ independancy]of the Judges, &c,4:211.
  • Richardson Ebenezer, gets back to Stoneham.4:400.
  • Royal Family, an Ac- count[ Account]when they were born, &c,4:58.
  • Representatives of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, their reply to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Speech, refuse to acknowledge the King's right to remove them by Instructions, &c,4:61.

Representatives of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, beg that he would remove the Court to Boston, &c4:90. see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his reply to the message of the House: tells them he will remove the Court if he can, consistent with his duty to the King, &c.4:90.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his message to the House, desires them to explain something in their message, &c,4:92.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his reply to the message of the House: tells them that he will not remove the Court to Boston, while they dispute the Kings Right, &c.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor censured for his conduct re- lative[ relative]to his removal of the Court to Bos- ton[ Boston].4:92,4:93,4:96,4:97,4:179. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character as a politician.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor on his independancy.4:97.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his reply to the message of the House about his pay from the King: acknowledges he pays him, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Roxbury : an account of the Toasts, &c.4:343.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Cambridge.4:785.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Boston.4:988.4:993.

Adjournment of the General Court to Boston.4:97. see index

  • Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117.
  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176
  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.
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Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, adjourned to Boston.4:97. see index

  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to Salem.4:505.
  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, dissolved by Govr. Gage[ Thomas Gage][parallels]4:517. See Assembly General
  • Commissioners new Board of the Customs, & Govr. of South Carolina, dispute about power to appoint officers of the Customs.4:120.
  • Bishops American are not needed in America : will do great harm: not wanted by either Clergy or Laity, &c.4:1115
  • Biles Mather, junior preaches a convention Sermon, which gives great offense: extract of a conference with his People, when he was about taking Orders, &c.4:155.
  • Bills of Mortality of the Town of Boston.4:211.

Baptism's, Number of, in the Town of Boston.4:Ib. see index

  • Britain Jonathan, the in- cendiary[ incendiary]executed his Letter, &c.4:129.
  • Brooklyn, See Town of.
  • British, the most important of their rights: what.4:1074.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.

Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Vendue Matters, appoint- ed[ appointed], for the Town of Boston.4:265,4:332.
  • Valuation Act passed, of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:117.

Valuation of the Town of Boston.4:118. see index

  • Verdict in favour[ favor]of Ebenezer - Cutler, against Mr. Pierpont[ Robert Pierpont].4:153.
  • Virginia House of Representatives, their resolves respecting a correspondence with the other Colonies: choose a Com- mittee[ Committee]therefor, &c.4:272.
  • Virginia their proceedings respecting the Boston Port Act: their agreement, &c.4:513.
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Connecticut House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their proceedings, and Resolves on the grievances of America : the Boston port bill, &c.4:119. see index

  • Connecticut resolve that Boston ought to be supported. &c.4:603.
  • Connecticut choose Members for a new Continental Congress.4:620.
  • Connecticut resolve that Contributions ought still to be made for Boston. [diamond]4:700. See State of Connecticut
  • Military his Letter to the A- mericans[ Americans], desiring them to prepare, and learn the Art of War, &c,4:584,4:593.
  • Militia, the great importance of a well regulated one.4:15,4:151,4:1198.
  • Militia the parade they make, ridiculed ridiculed.4:31.

Militia of the Town of Boston, make a grand Appearance, &c.4:151,4:156,4:302,4:366. see index

  • Militia in England, how cloath- ed[ clothed], and paid, &c.4:168.
  • Militia may make good Soldiers in a few Months.4:1263,4:1264.
  • Militia a sort of, compose part of the King of Russia's Troops: he gained most of his victories by a sort of Militia.4:1263.
  • Men of War British, go up North River.4:976,4:988.
  • Men of War on the American Station.4:1033.
  • Men of War seen of, off Providence.4:1057. See Ships of War.

Measles in Boston, a great Num- ber[ Number]die of Children.4:153. see index

  • Marblehead, see Town of.
  • Molasses Act, never submitted to, as a People.4:202.
  • Mortality Bills of, of the Town of Boston, See bills of Mort- ality[ Mortality]of the Town of Boston.
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Petition to the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to call a meeting respecting the independancy of the Judges.4:172. see index

  • Petition of the Town of Boston, to the Governor on the same.4:176.
  • Petition of the inhabitants of Plymouth, to call a meeting on the danger- ous[ dangerous]times, &c.4:186.
  • Petition of the Town of Mar- blehead[ Marblehead], on the independancy of the Jud- ges[ Judges], and other grievances.4:193.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, stigmatized in England, called a Tool, &c,4:164.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a Tyrant.4:170.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a petition that he may meet with the same fate, that Charles the 1st did.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a message to him from the Town of Boston, on the independancy of the Judges.4:175. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the message, de- clines[ declines]informing them.4:176.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a petition to him from the Town of Boston, on the same subject.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the petition of the Town of Boston : tells them he cannot comply with their request to let the Court meet, and prorogues it further.4:177.
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor, his message to the House of Representatives, declines taking his salary from them: lays the Kings instruction before them prohibiting him to take it, &c.4:41.
  • Town of Boston meet, and have an Oration delivered by[ Doctor]Warren[ Joseph Warren], &c.4:39.
  • Town of Boston, their valuation. 118.

Town of Boston, meet on occasion of the Judges being made independant: their message to the governor, and other trans- actions[ transactions], relative to it.4:175. see index

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  • Petition to the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to call a meeting respecting the independancy of the Judges.4:172.

Petition of the Town of Boston, to the Governor on the same.4:176. see index

  • Petition of the inhabitants of Plymouth, to call a meeting on the danger- ous[ dangerous]times, &c.4:186.
  • Petition of the Town of Mar- blehead[ Marblehead], on the independancy of the Jud- ges[ Judges], and other grievances.4:193.
  • Petition addresss, &c, of the city of London to the King, on their grievan- ces[ grievances].4:283.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a message to him from the Town of Boston, on the independancy of the Judges.4:175.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the message, de- clines[ declines]informing them.4:176.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a petition to him from the Town of Boston, on the same subject.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the petition of the Town of Boston : tells them he cannot comply with their request to let the Court meet, and prorogues it further.4:177. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech to the General Assembly, asserts that the Parliament have a supreme right over us.4:213.
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Town of Boston, their resolve, & Transactions relative to the receiving Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s reply: resolve that they have a right to petition: and to confer with other towns: choose a com- mittee[ committee]of Correspondence, &c, &c.4:177. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and Accept the report of the Committee stating rights &c, &c.4:187,4:1085.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Protest of the House of Lords, a very spirited one, in favour[ favor]of America.4:899.
  • Protest of the same, against the bill prohibiting the commerce of one Colony with another: say it will drive them to independ- ancy[ independancy].4:931.
  • Protested, a number did, against the Tories in the Town of Marshfield, for holding a Town meeting by liberty from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], &c.4:689.

Pirates in the Bay commits Murder, the man who was saved, brought to Boston, &c,4:187. Court opened for his Trial; & ad- journed[ adjourned],4:202. Trial begins.4:336. see index

  • Pirates acquitted.4:339. Account of him. 341.
  • Pope Alexander, a Papist.4:194.
  • Punch, account of a Stiff bowl of.4:197.
  • Town of Boston, their resolve, & Transactions relative to the receiving Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s reply: resolve that they have a right to petition: and to confer with other towns: choose a com- mittee[ committee]of Correspondence, &c, &c.4:177.

Town of Boston, meet, and Accept the report of the Committee stating rights &c, &c.4:187,4:1085. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045.

Town of Roxbury, meet, on receiving a Letter from the Town of Boston, on the independency of the Judges, &c: their trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:189. see index

  • Town of Roxbury, their further transactions, & resolves.4:201.
  • Town of Roxbury, unfair management, said to have been at the Meeting.4:206.
  • Town of Plymouth, their proceedings, relative to their grievances, &c, their votes, resolves, &c; send a Letter to the Boston Committee.4:193,4:201.
  • Letter to Joseph Hawley, on a re- port[ report]relative to him respecting the Judges.4:163.
  • Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on his intended resignation.4:164.

Letter from the Town of Plymouth, to the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, approving of their doings, &c,4:193. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206.
  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Town of Roxbury, meet, on receiving a Letter from the Town of Boston, on the independency of the Judges, &c: their trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:189.
  • Town of Roxbury, their further transactions, & resolves.4:201.
  • Town of Roxbury, unfair management, said to have been at the Meeting.4:206.

Town of Plymouth, their proceedings, relative to their grievances, &c, their votes, resolves, &c; send a Letter to the Boston Committee.4:193,4:201. see index

  • Town of Marblehead, their votes, &c, and proceedings relative to their grievances:- Judges independancy, &c.4:198,4:206.
  • Town of Cambridge, meet relative to the same.4:202,4:206.
  • Town of Charlestown, their proceedings relative to the independency of the Judges, &c: instruct their Representatives -answer the Boston Letter, &c.4:211.
  • Letter to Joseph Hawley, on a re- port[ report]relative to him respecting the Judges.4:163.
  • Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on his intended resignation.4:164.
  • Letter from the Town of Plymouth, to the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, approving of their doings, &c,4:193.

Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.
  • Bishops American the having them in America, disliked in general.4:148.
  • Bishops American are not needed in America : will do great harm: not wanted by either Clergy or Laity, &c.4:1115
  • Biles Mather, junior preaches a convention Sermon, which gives great offense: extract of a conference with his People, when he was about taking Orders, &c.4:155.

Bills of Mortality of the Town of Boston.4:211. see index

  • Baptism's, Number of, in the Town of Boston.4:Ib.
  • Britain Jonathan, the in- cendiary[ incendiary]executed his Letter, &c.4:129.
  • Brooklyn, See Town of.
  • Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206.
  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.

Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.
  • Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217.
  • Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218.
  • Numbers of religious Assemblies, in New England.4:123.
  • Numbers of inhabitants, on the Earth.4:194,4:650.
  • Numbers of Protestants, in Europe.4:Ibid.

Numbers of Burials, & Baptisms in the Town of Boston.4:211. see index

  • Numbers of Towns, who came into the Boston measures, respecting their grievances, &c,4:215,4:218,4:244.
  • Numbers in France.4:256.
  • Numbers of People assembled in the old South Meeting House, to oppose the Landing of Tea, &c.4:415.
  • Town of Plymouth, their proceedings, relative to their grievances, &c, their votes, resolves, &c; send a Letter to the Boston Committee.4:193,4:201.
  • Town of Marblehead, their votes, &c, and proceedings relative to their grievances:- Judges independancy, &c.4:198,4:206.
  • Town of Cambridge, meet relative to the same.4:202,4:206.

Town of Charlestown, their proceedings relative to the independency of the Judges, &c: instruct their Representatives -answer the Boston Letter, &c.4:211. see index

  • Town of Dorchester, meet and come into Boston 's measure respecting Griev- ances Grievances, &c.4:217.
  • Town of Brooklyn, meet on the same, their proceedings, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Numbers of inhabitants, on the Earth.4:194,4:650.
  • Numbers of Protestants, in Europe.4:Ibid.
  • Numbers of Burials, & Baptisms in the Town of Boston.4:211.

Numbers of Towns, who came into the Boston measures, respecting their grievances, &c,4:215,4:218,4:244. see index

  • Numbers in France.4:256.
  • Numbers of People assembled in the old South Meeting House, to oppose the Landing of Tea, &c.4:415.
  • Numbers of Fighting men, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:429.
  • Town of Falmouth Burnt[ Burned].4:825,4:1003.
  • Town of Norfolk Burnt[ Burned]. [diamond]4:881.
  • Towns how they may Assemble, and for what purpose, &c.4:178,4:264.

Towns in general, come into the Boston measures, and have Meetings respect- ing[ respecting]Grievances, &c.4:215,4:218. see index

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Towns the Number of, who come into the Boston Measures, respect- ing[ respecting]Grievances, &c.4:215,4:218,4:244. see index

  • Towns Meetings respecting our Grievances, Justified by the Council.4:226.- by the House,4:250.
  • Towns * their proportion of the Boston inhabitants, ordered by the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Provincial Congress to provide for, &c.4:723.
  • Troops, the Fatal tendency of their being placed in Free cities &c. or stationed there.4:287,4:290,4:1078,4:1196,4:1245, See under Army Landing.
  • Town of Marblehead, their votes, &c, and proceedings relative to their grievances:- Judges independancy, &c.4:198,4:206.
  • Town of Cambridge, meet relative to the same.4:202,4:206.
  • Town of Charlestown, their proceedings relative to the independency of the Judges, &c: instruct their Representatives -answer the Boston Letter, &c.4:211.

Town of Dorchester, meet and come into Boston 's measure respecting Griev- ances Grievances, &c.4:217. see index

  • Town of Brooklyn, meet on the same, their proceedings, &c.4:Ibid.
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, in answer to them; they deny the Supreme power of Parliament, and Justify the Boston Town Meetings, &c,4:250. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor beg he would lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, agree to the measures of the Representatives of Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c, to com- municate[ communicate]with their Sister Colonies, &c,4:298.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, vote, that Governor Hut- chinson[ Thoams Hutchinson]'s &c, Letters, tended to introduce an arbitrary power in the Province, &c,4:303.
  • Town of Boston, their resolve, & Transactions relative to the receiving Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s reply: resolve that they have a right to petition: and to confer with other towns: choose a com- mittee[ committee]of Correspondence, &c, &c.4:177.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and Accept the report of the Committee stating rights &c, &c.4:187,4:1085.

Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252. see index

  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.
  • Town of Boston, their resolve, & Transactions relative to the receiving Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s reply: resolve that they have a right to petition: and to confer with other towns: choose a com- mittee[ committee]of Correspondence, &c, &c.4:177.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and Accept the report of the Committee stating rights &c, &c.4:187,4:1085.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252.

Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264. see index

  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.
  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.
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Vendue Matters, appoint- ed[ appointed], for the Town of Boston.4:265,4:332. see index

  • Valuation Act passed, of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:117.
  • Valuation of the Town of Boston.4:118.
  • Verdict in favour[ favor]of Ebenezer - Cutler, against Mr. Pierpont[ Robert Pierpont].4:153.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Answer.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, on his tampering with Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church], endeavouring to dissuade him from delivering an oration.4:255.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the Answer of both Houses, insists that the Parliament is the supreme power.4:257.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Character drawn: his bad treatment of this Town of Boston : the beginning of his preferment was from that Town, &c.4:268. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Smart letter to him, enumerating his bad Actions.4:289.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, smartly dealt with, under the notion of a play called the defeat,4:294,4:327.
  • Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254
  • Letter from Junius Americanus, on the independancy of the Judges, &c,4:267.

Letter from the Town of Pepperill, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, they approve of the measures, &c,4:275. see index

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  • Prince Town[ Princeton], see Town of.
  • Pepperill, see Town of.

Preface, an excellent one to the pro- ceedings[ proceedings]fo the Town of Boston, reprint- ed[ reprinted]in England.4:284. see index

  • Plymouth, see Town of.
  • Paxton, Charles, the House of Representatives, resolves against him, respecting his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Paxton Charles his Letter: says unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, they will rebel, &c.4:1178.
  • Instructions to the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Town of Norton, on their Grievances, &c.4:228.
  • Instructions to the Representatives of the Town of Pepperil, on their Griev- ances[ Grievances], &c,4:275.

Instructions very spirited one from the Town of Boston to their Represent- avies atives[ Representatives], urging them to apply to the other Colonies, &c,4:287. see index

  • Instructions to the Representatives of the Town of Lancaster, on their Grie- vances[ Grievances], &c,4:291.
  • Instructions to the Representatives of the Town of Andover, on their Grievan- ces[ Grievances], &c,4:322.
  • Instructions from the King, sometimes made here by the Governors, and then sent home to be adopted to Screen them.4:445.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and Accept the report of the Committee stating rights &c, &c.4:187,4:1085.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.

Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290. see index

  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.
  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.
  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Fire at Sandimans Church, &c,4:269.
  • Fire at Mr. Sumners.4:244.
  • Fire at the Court, and Custom House.4:265

Fire on board a store Ship in Bos- ton[ Boston]Harbour[ Harbor]: which occasions great conster- nation[ consternation]in the Town, from an apprehension of powder's being in her.4:299. see index

  • Fire burn's down the Orphan House by Lightening.4:319,4:320.
  • Fire at New York, burns Governor Tryon[ William Tryon]s House.4:429.
  • Fire at the Inoculating Hospi- tal[ Hospital], consumes it.4:441.
  • Wobourn[ Woburn], see Town of.
  • Weavers, their Petition to the King4:316.
  • Westborough, see Town of.

Walley John Reverend installed over the Church in Boston, in the room of Mr. Goss, who was dismist[ dismissed]by the Church contrary to the advice of a Council.4:355. see index

  • Wells, see Town of
  • Wedderburne[ Alexander Wedderburn], see under Letters.
  • Wedderburne[ Alexander Wedderburn]burnt[ burned]in effigy at Phi- ladelphia[ Philadelphia].4:497.
  • Military Force always dangerous to Liberty. England hath[ has]been enslaved by it.4:2.

Military Countryman's encomium on Boston Militia.4:367. see index

  • Military on reviews, they are not for parade, &c, but real service.4:394.
  • Military his Letter to the A- mericans[ Americans], desiring them to prepare, and learn the Art of War, &c,4:584,4:593.
  • Militia, the great importance of a well regulated one.4:15,4:151,4:1198.
  • Resolves of Connecti cut[ Connecticut]Representatives, to adopt the Measures of Virginia Representatives for a Union, and choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:308.
  • Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519.
  • Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700.

Resolves of the Town of Boston, respecting the resignation of the Tea Factors.4:391. see index

  • Resolves of the inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns, respecting the East India Company 's Tea, &c.4:407.
  • Resolves of the Town of Cam- bridge[ Cambridge], on the same.4:403.
  • Resolves of the Town of Brook- lyn[ Brooklyn], on the same.4:409.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.

Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408. see index

  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.

Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399. see index

  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.
  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Tea Commissioners, or factors, addresses to them, urging them not to Accept of their Commission.4:386,4:390.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Philadelphia resign.4:392,4:412,4:430,4:434.
  • Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410.

Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.

Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403. see index

  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, on a suspicion of his writing in the news papers, recommending Tea, &c,4:387.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a plate, representing him, as a very wicked Statesman.4:295.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, sends an order to Colonel Hancock[ John Hancock]to have his Company ready to assist the civil Magistrate: comments on it.4:395,4:399.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Issues a Proclamation or- dering[ ordering]the Boston inhabitants &c, to disperse on their peril, and requires the Justices to meet, and suppress riots, &c,4:407. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, threatening: desired to go home, &c.4:411.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, much blamed by Marchmont Needham, for his conduct respecting the Tea Consignees, &c,4:415,4:418.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Epistle to him by Felton : say's it must be the wish of all good men, if he yt he was shot.4:433.
  • Proclamation for Governor Tyron[ William Tryon], about disputed Lands in new York.4:5.
  • Proclamation of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s for a Thanksgiving; commented on.4:7.

Proclamation one, Issued by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], requiring the inhabitants of Boston &c, in Town meeting to disperse, &c.4:407. see index

  • Proclamation by Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], against the Solemn leauge league, and convenant.4:525.
  • Proclamation of Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], for the encouragement of piety, &c.4:539.
  • Proclamation of Kings in favor of the Canadians.4:579.
  • Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519.
  • Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700.
  • Resolves of the Town of Boston, respecting the resignation of the Tea Factors.4:391.

Resolves of the inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns, respecting the East India Company 's Tea, &c.4:407. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Cam- bridge[ Cambridge], on the same.4:403.
  • Resolves of the Town of Brook- lyn[ Brooklyn], on the same.4:409.
  • Resolves of the Town of Roxbury, on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.

Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422. see index

  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.
  • Votes of the Town of West- ford[ Westford], on the same, &c.4:222.
  • Votes of the Town of Med- field[ Medfield], on the same, &c.4:260.
  • Votes of the Town of Prince- town[ Princeton], on the same.4:270.

Votes of the Inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns respecting the Tea shipped by the east India Company.4:407. see index

  • Votes of the same Town, thank- ing[ thanking]the Continent for their benevo- lence[ benevolence]to the sufferers by the Port Act.4:640.
  • Votes of the same Town, against inoculating for the small Pox, &c.4:707.
  • Votes of the same Town of Dor- chester[ Dorchester], respecting the Tea shipped by the East India Company, &c.4:409.
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Resolves of the Town of Charles- town[ Charlestown], respecting the East India Company 's Tea, shipped to Boston, &c.4:409. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Marblehead, on the same.4:411.
  • Resolves of the Town of Lexington, on the same.4:414.
  • Resolves of the Town of Medford, on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.
  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.

Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416. see index

  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.
  • Tea, Arrives at .4:425,4:430.
  • dealers in it of Boston, & Charles- town[ Charlestown], their agreement.4:422.
  • Advertisement of sundries, by different Commit- tees[ Committees]of inspection, to carry to an end the resolves of the Continental Congress.4:633,4:641,4:642,4:653,4:662,4:697.
  • Agent, chosen by the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, allowed to be paid.4:348.
  • Ames Levi, sentenced to Death for Burgla- ry[ Burglary].4:360. respited for a Week.4:376. Executed.4:384.

Agreement of the Dealers in Tea, of Bos- ton[ Boston], and Charlestown.4:422,4:437. see index

  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.
  • Tea, Arrives at .4:425,4:430.

dealers in it of Boston, & Charles- town[ Charlestown], their agreement.4:422. see index

  • publickly[ publicly]burnt[ burned]by the Town of Charlestown.4:426.
  • South Carolina, adopt a New Form of Government, which see.4:947.
  • South Carolina, Assembly dissolved, for adherency to their resolution, re- specting[ respecting]their money Bills.4:239.
  • South Carolina, adopt the measures of the Virginia House of Assembly:- choose a committee of Correspondence &c.4:340.

South Carolina, see State of, & Charlestown, &[ Representatives]of Song, on destroying the Tea in Boston.4:437,4:466. see index

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  • Tea, saved out of the Wreck of Loring, and Landed by the Consignees at the Castle.4:430.
  • Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434.
  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.

Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437. see index

  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Paxton Charles his Letter: says unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, they will rebel, &c.4:1178.
  • Paddock Major, his Son Drowned.4:320Verses on it.4:323.
  • Philadelphia city of, the in- habitants[ inhabitants]of meet, their transactions rela- tive[ relative]to the exportation of Tea, by the east Indian Company : the resolves, &c,4:388,4:391,4:430,4:434.

Philadelphia city of, their reception of the news of the Tea's being destroyed in Boston.4:438. see index

  • Philadelphia city of, inhabitants of, meet: choose a Committee of Correspondence respecting the blocking up Boston Har- bour[ Harbor], &c.4:505,4:522,4:527.
  • Philadelphia city of, in danger of being taken.4:1057,4:1065.
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives, adopt the measures promoted by Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c,4:392
  • Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434.
  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.
  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.

Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438. see index

  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.
  • Malcom John, Tarred, and feathered.4:396.

Malcom John, in Boston ditto.4:441. see index

  • Malcom John, seizes a Vessel, for which he was tarred, &c: a particular account of it.4:448.
  • Moorhead John, reverend his Death, and Character.4:406.
  • Medford, see Town of.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.
  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.
  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.

Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460. see index

  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.

Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462. see index

  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.
  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.
  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.
  • Commons House of In England, that Character drawn by Junius,4:27, &c,4:305,4:371.
  • Commons House of In England, Debates in it, respectinging the 39 Articles, &c.4:57.
  • Commons House of In England, an appeal to them in behalf of America.4:171.

Commons House of In England, debates and proceedings in it, re- specting[]the Town of Boston 's destroying the Tea, &c, &c,4:492,4:495,4:496,4:533. see index

  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, relative to the pas- sing[ passing]the Riot Act, &c, respecting the Massachusetts Bay.4:508.
  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the passing the Act for altering the Constitution of the Mas- sachusetts[ Massachusetts ]bay, where the right of taxing America is avowed.4:512.
  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the bille- ting[ billeting]Act, (American).4:546.
  • King George what his Revenue is,4:306.
  • King George his Speech to the Par- liament[ Parliament], when he prorogued it.4:351.
  • King George Speech, substance of.4:472

King George his Message to the Parliament, on account of the disorders in America, particularly Boston, on Account of the east India Company 's Tea.4:495. see index

  • King George his Speech to the Parlia- ment[ Parliament], after passing the American Bills for altering the Constitution of the Massachusetts Bay, &c.4:553.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.
  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.

Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Monk Christopher, wounded in the massacre, a collection made for him in that anniverary meeting.4:460.

Merchants of Newbury, their resolve relative to Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:498. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, protest against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.
  • Merchants of London, enemies to the Colonies, wont[ will not]petition Lord North in favour of them.4:530.
  • Merchant and Manufacturers in England, make a great stir in favor of America.4:696.
  • Resolves of the Town of Eastham, on the same.4:475.
  • Resolves of the Town of Wells, on the same.4:480.
  • Resolves of Virginia Counties, York ; and Glocester[ Gloucester], on the same, &c,4:635.

Resolves of the Merchants of Newbury Port[ Newburyport], respecintg the blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:498. see index

  • Resolves of Annapolis ; Queens Count- y[ County], in Maryland, on the same.4:513.
  • Resolves of the City, and County of Philadelphia, on the same.4:527.
  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.

Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.
  • Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525.
  • Town of Boston, their great hardships on Account of the Port Act.4:541,4:596.
  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.
  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379

Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499. see index

  • Act of Parliament, said to be a Brutal Act, and was planned by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], here, and the Cabal.4:497.
  • Act of Parliament, Comments on it.4:501,4:502.
  • Act of Parliament, to suppress Riots, and to regulate the Government of the Massachusetts Bay : appoint a Council from England, &c.4:509,4:510,4:532.
  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.
  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.

Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.
  • Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525.
  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.
  • Letter from England, extracts from, given a relation of the shocking condition England is in, and the mea- sures[ measures]pursued against America,4:500,4:552.

Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501. see index

  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562.
  • Votes of the same Town, against inoculating for the small Pox, &c.4:707.
  • Votes of the same Town of Dor- chester[ Dorchester], respecting the Tea shipped by the East India Company, &c.4:409.
  • Votes of the Town of Charles- town[ Charlestown], on the same.4:426.

Votes of the Town of New- port[ Newport], resepcting the Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:501. see index

  • Votes of the Town of Provi- dence[ Providence], on the same.4:505.
  • Votes of the Town of Mar- blehead[ Marblehead], respecting a non importation agreement, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Votes of the Town of Pres- tin ton[ Preston], on the Grievances of America ; vote against the addressors to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:639.
  • Monk Christopher, wounded in the massacre, a collection made for him in that anniverary meeting.4:460.
  • Merchants of Newbury, their resolve relative to Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:498.

Merchants and Traders of Boston, protest against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505. see index

  • Merchants of London, enemies to the Colonies, wont[ will not]petition Lord North in favour of them.4:530.
  • Merchant and Manufacturers in England, make a great stir in favor of America.4:696.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province of, an Account of their merits from Great Britain, and services from their first begin- ing[ beginning]to 1764, stated by the General Court.4:557.
  • Paddock Major, his Son Drowned.4:320Verses on it.4:323.
  • Philadelphia city of, the in- habitants[ inhabitants]of meet, their transactions rela- tive[ relative]to the exportation of Tea, by the east Indian Company : the resolves, &c,4:388,4:391,4:430,4:434.
  • Philadelphia city of, their reception of the news of the Tea's being destroyed in Boston.4:438.

Philadelphia city of, inhabitants of, meet: choose a Committee of Correspondence respecting the blocking up Boston Har- bour[ Harbor], &c.4:505,4:522,4:527. see index

  • Philadelphia city of, in danger of being taken.4:1057,4:1065.
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives, adopt the measures promoted by Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c,4:392
  • Pennsylvania choose Deputies to attend to Congress.4:546.
  • Protest of Plymouth, against the proceedings of that Town.4:421.
  • Protest on the Plymouth one.4:429.
  • Protest of Marshfield in- habitants[ inhabitants].4:454.

Protest of the Merchants, & Traders of the Town of Boston, against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505. see index

  • Protest against the Boston Committee of Correspondence, &c,4:523.
  • Protest of the Lords, against the Massachusetts Riot Act: and the Act altering the Constitution of the Province.4:529.
  • Protest of the same, against the Act, for the more impartial administration of Justice in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:552.
  • Address to Britain, and America ; offers a Plan.4:334. 4:367.
  • Address To the Tea Commissioners, appoint- ed[ appointed]by the east india[ East India]Company to act in America.4:383. 4:386. 4:390.
  • Address of Lord Mayor Bull[ Frederick Bull], to the Livery of London, requesting their votes for a seat in the House of Commons.4:451.

Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, &c, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his going to England.4:511. see index

  • Address From the Lawyers to the same, on his departure, &c.4:511.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c of Marblehead, to the same, on the same.4:506.
  • Address From the Magistrates of the Coun- ty[ County]of Middlesex to the same, on the same.4:515.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor burnet in effigy at Philadelphia4:497.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor the planner of the Bos- ton[ Boston]Port bill.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Sails for London.4:508.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his answer to the Boston Merchants address.4:511. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Lawyers ditto.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Marblehead Merchants ditto.4:506.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Magistrates of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]ditto.4:515.
  • Marchmont Nedham, see under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]comments on his Letters.
  • Marshfield Town of. their proceed- ings[ proceedings]relative to the Tea, burlesqued.4:445.
  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], adopt the measures of the Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence, &c.4:453.

Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their proceedings respect- ing[ respecting]the Boston Port Bill: resolves, &c, of Anna- polis[ Annapolis], & Queens County in the same Province,4:513,4:530. see index

  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], the Province of, meet by their deputies: resolve, &c: choose members for the Congress.4:531.
  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], meet by their deputies, vote to have a Militia formed, &c: will support the Massachusetts Province: choose members for a new Continental Congress, &c.4:646. See State of Maryland.
  • Murderer, Ebenezer Richardson, let out of Goal[ Jail], &c,4:45.
  • Town of, Providence, their resolves respecting the same.4:505.
  • Town of, Marblehead, their votes, &c. respecting a non importation agree- ment[ agreement].4:505.
  • Town of, Marblehead, their proceedings, & declarations, relative to the addressors of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:511.

Town of, Annapolis, their proceedings, resolves, &c, respecting the Boston Port Act.4:513. see index

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  • Valuation of the Town of Boston.4:118.
  • Verdict in favour[ favor]of Ebenezer - Cutler, against Mr. Pierpont[ Robert Pierpont].4:153.
  • Virginia House of Representatives, their resolves respecting a correspondence with the other Colonies: choose a Com- mittee[ Committee]therefor, &c.4:272.

Virginia their proceedings respecting the Boston Port Act: their agreement, &c.4:513. see index

  • Virginia dissolved, see Lord Dunmore s Message.4:Ibid.
  • Virginia in Convention, their declaration.4:874. See State of.
  • Virginia County of Fair- fax[ Fairfax], inhabitants meet, - the votes, &c. respecting the American Grievances,4:545.
  • Towns Meetings respecting our Grievances, Justified by the Council.4:226.- by the House,4:250.
  • Towns * their proportion of the Boston inhabitants, ordered by the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Provincial Congress to provide for, &c.4:723.
  • Troops, the Fatal tendency of their being placed in Free cities &c. or stationed there.4:287,4:290,4:1078,4:1196,4:1245, See under Army Landing.

Troops, Troops, British arrive at Boston.4:514,4:518,4:526,4:546,4:571,4:596,4:600,4:604,4:624. see index

  • Troops, the Numbers in Boston.4:546,4:616.
  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Address From the Lawyers to the same, on his departure, &c.4:511.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c of Marblehead, to the same, on the same.4:506.
  • Address From the Magistrates of the Coun- ty[ County]of Middlesex to the same, on the same.4:515.

Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the Boston port bill.4:515. see index

  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]; which gives of- fence[ offense].4:516.
  • Address of the Merchants, &c, of Salem to Govr. Gage (a pitiful thing.)4:516.
  • Address of Harvard College to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:517.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, proclaimed, &c.4:501.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Speech at the opening of the General Court;4:504.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, setts off for Salem.4:511.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Boston merchants on the port Bill: tells them that he has no discretionary power, &c.4:515. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the Massachusetts Councills address: he tells them, that they have affronted him.4:516.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the pitiful address of a number in Salem.4:Ibid.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to thie College Ad- dress[ Address].4:517.
  • Franklin Agent, removed from his office as agent P.Master[ Postmaster]and greatly abused.4:487,4:488.

Farmer, his Letters on the grievances of America : cheifly on the Boston Port Bill, &c,4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528. see index

  • Fast, a very Strict one observed in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay &c Boston in Particular.4:533.
  • Fast Continental one, vid Proclamation.4:756.
  • Fairfield, See Town of.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.
  • Letter from England, extracts from, given a relation of the shocking condition England is in, and the mea- sures[ measures]pursued against America,4:500,4:552.
  • Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501.

Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528. see index

  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562.
  • Letter One dropt in the Camp, urging to take off sundry Patriots, &c,4:578.
  • Resolves of the Represent atives[ Representatives]of the Province of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire], vid Votes.
  • Resolves of the County of Worcester, against Tories, & Tory News Papers[ Newspapers], &c.4:681.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Province of New York, on the Grievances of America.4:703.

Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Colony of Rhode Island, respecting the Boston Port Bill, &c, to appoint a Continental Congress, &c,4:517. See page4:53, Column 2d, under Resolves of the Representatives of Colony of Rhode Island. see index

  • Resolves of the Continent al[ Continental]Congress, respecting the Prov.[ Province]of Massachusetts Bay.4:583.
  • Resolves respecting the counter- manding[ countermanding]orders for Goods, &c.4:588.
  • Resolves respecting the Massachusetts Bay ; about the removal of the inhabitants of Boston in the Country, &c, &c, &c.4:598.
  • Resolves against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King, resolve that he is guilty of Corruption, &c,4:449.
  • Resolves that they have done all in their power to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:464.
  • Resolves on being removed to Salem.4:513.

Resolves to choose Members for a Continental Congress: on the Bos- ton[ Boston]Port Bill, &c, &c,4:517,4:522. see index

  • Resolves when they turned themselves into a Provincial Congress*.4:591.
  • Resolves of the Provin- cial[ Provincial]Congress of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, that no money be paid to the Provincial Treasurer &c,4:595.
  • Resolves Against the Man- damus[ Mandamus]Councellors: against Tea: and recommending a Thanksgiving.4:600.
  • Rhode Island House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], adpot the measures recommended by the Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:290.
  • Rhode Island passa Militia Act: vote Members for a Continental Congress did; vote to purchase a large quantity of Ammunition.4:634.
  • Rhode Island pass an Act; renouncing the Kings Name in all Processes, &c,4:939.

Rhode Island their proceedings, and Resolves respecting the Boston Port Act: &c vote, and choose members for a Congress, &c,4:517. See State of Rhode Island. see index

  • Resolve's of the Representative of the Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hut- chinson[ Hutchinson]'s Independancy, resolve by his being independant, that he is not a Governor agreable[ agreeable]to the Charter, &c, &c.4:112.
  • Resolve's against the declaratory Act, and the Judges taking their pay from the King: say if they take it, they are ene- mies[ enemies]to their Country, &c, &c.4:251.
  • Resolve's respecting choosing Com- mittees[ Committees]of Correspondence, &c,4:298.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.

Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525.
  • Town of Boston, their great hardships on Account of the Port Act.4:541,4:596.
  • Town of Boston, send a Letter to the Country on their great distresses, &c.4:562.
  • Resolves that the (Colonies, say) Congress, declare independancy.4:958.
  • Resolves of the Council of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, respect- ing[ respecting]Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters.4:313,4:314
  • Resolves of Connecti cut[ Connecticut]Representatives, to adopt the Measures of Virginia Representatives for a Union, and choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:308.

Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519. see index

  • Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700.
  • Resolves of the Town of Boston, respecting the resignation of the Tea Factors.4:391.
  • Resolves of the inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns, respecting the East India Company 's Tea, &c.4:407.
  • Town of Portsmouth, their proceedings, relative to the East India Company 's tea, which arrived there.4:525.
  • Town of Windham, send to Boston as a present to the sufferers by the Boston Port Act, a number of Sheep: their proceedings, &c.4:526.

Towns several send donations to Boston, to ye[ the]sufferers by Port Act, viz,4:520,4:530,4:534,4:553,4:534,4:541,4:549,4:Ibid. 4:554,4:Ib,4:561,4:Ib,4:588,4:596,4:600,4:616,4:620,4:624,4:629,4:633,4:635,4:641,4:645,4:649,4:653,4:657,4:664,4:665,4:672,4:678,4:690,4:692,4:697,4:701,4:707,4:711,4:715,4:719,4:977,4:1032,4:1036 see index

  • Towns, of Sudbury, advertise rogues, & Cheats.4:322.
  • Towns, of Plymouth, meet, and vote against an address of the Jus- tice[ Justice]to General Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:555.
  • Towns, of Salem, meet & choose Deputies to meet in County Congress: General Gage[ Thomas Gage]forbids them, marches Troops, apprehend the Committee of Correspondence, &c.4:561.
  • Protest on the Plymouth one.4:429.
  • Protest of Marshfield in- habitants[ inhabitants].4:454.
  • Protest of the Merchants, & Traders of the Town of Boston, against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.

Protest against the Boston Committee of Correspondence, &c,4:523. see index

  • Protest of the Lords, against the Massachusetts Riot Act: and the Act altering the Constitution of the Province.4:529.
  • Protest of the same, against the Act, for the more impartial administration of Justice in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:552.
  • Protest of the same, against the Answer to the Kings Speech, on American affairs, &c,4:659.
  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.

Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525. see index

  • Town of Boston, their great hardships on Account of the Port Act.4:541,4:596.
  • Town of Boston, send a Letter to the Country on their great distresses, &c.4:562.
  • Town of Portsmouth, their proceedings, relative to the East India Company 's tea, which arrived there.4:525.

Town of Windham, send to Boston as a present to the sufferers by the Boston Port Act, a number of Sheep: their proceedings, &c.4:526. see index

  • Votes of the same Town, against the addressors to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:681.
  • Votes of the Representatives of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c. Letters, say they were design'd[ designed]to subvert the Con- stitution[ Constitution], &c.4:303.
  • Votes of the Massachusetts bay Congress: approve of the behavi- our[ behavior]of several Towns, to the Troops sent by General Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the Town of Marsh field[ Marshfield].4:677.

Votes of the County of Fre- derick[ Frederick], on the Boston Port Bill, &c.4:527. see index

  • Votes of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], relating to the forming themselves into Regiments; & the Grievances of America, &c.4:587.
  • Votes of the County of Cumberland, on the Grievances of America, &c.4:585.
  • Votes of the Province of Ma- ryland[ Maryland], to form a Militia.4:641.
  • Burglary, Levi Ames tried for it, & sentenced to die.4:360. Executed.4:384.
  • Barry Colonel his Speech on the Massachusetts Riot Act.4:520.
  • Barry Colonel His, and Fuller s Speech on the Billeting Act. vid page4:16th, under Barry.4:546.

Burke Edmund, his Speech on the Boston Port Bill.4:533. see index

  • Burke Edmund, an excellent Speech of his, relative to America, &c.4:783,4:896.
  • Berkshire County, meet by their Deputies, to consult on their Grie- vances[ Grievances], resolve, &c.4:536.
  • Berkshire County prevent the Court from setting.4:679.
  • Franklin Agent, removed from his office as agent P.Master[ Postmaster]and greatly abused.4:487,4:488.
  • Farmer, his Letters on the grievances of America : cheifly on the Boston Port Bill, &c,4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.

Fast, a very Strict one observed in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay &c Boston in Particular.4:533. see index

  • Fast Continental one, vid Proclamation.4:756.
  • Fairfield, See Town of.
  • Farce, or play, designed to burlesque Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c
  • Speech of Mr. Flood in the Irish House of Commons, against Jerry Dyson 's having a pension, &c.4:35.
  • Speech of Colonel Barry in the House of Commons against the minis- try[ ministry], &c.4:56.
  • Speech of Ditto on the Massachusetts Riot Act.4:520.

Speech of Edmund Burke in the House of Commons, on the Boston Port Act.4:533. see index

  • Speech of ditto on American Affairs.4:783.
  • Speech of Governor Montague[ Charles Greville Montagu], at the dissolution of the Assembly of South Carolina.4:197.
  • Speech of Lord Chatham, in the House of Lords, on American Affairs.4:552,4:553,4:579.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.
  • Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525.

Town of Boston, their great hardships on Account of the Port Act.4:541,4:596. see index

  • Town of Boston, send a Letter to the Country on their great distresses, &c.4:562.
  • Numbers from of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]to South Carolina, both inclusive.4:617.
  • Numbers of Souls, in Scotland.4:643.
  • Numbers of Members for Counties, in Great Britain.4:Ib.

Numbers of Troops, in Boston.4:546. see index

  • Numbers that met in Newhampshire[ New Hampshire], Provincial Congress.4:680.
  • Numbers of the killed, & wounded of the British Forces at Bunker Hill.4:775.4:761,4:765,4:785,4:818.

Troops, the Numbers in Boston.4:546,4:616. see index

  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the add- ress[ address]of the Lawyer's & Justices of Bris- tol[ Bristol]County.4:523.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the ad- dress[ address]of the Judges, &c, of Plymouth County.4:535.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, an excellent address to him, shewing[ showing]what this Province merits: and the ill treatment she has received from Great Britain.4:548.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, desires the Selectmen of Boston, to desist from calling a Town meeting's.4:549. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, smart Letters to him, urging him to stop his measures, lest he be- come[ become]infamous, &c,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation, forbidding the Town of Salem to meet.4:561.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the Select men[ Selectmen]of Boston 's address, respecting his For- tifying[ Fortifying]the Neck,4:571.
  • Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501.
  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.

Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562. see index

  • Letter One dropt in the Camp, urging to take off sundry Patriots, &c,4:578.
  • Letter from the reverend Mr. Peters, to his Mother: reads in Provincial Congress.4:595,4:599.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.
  • Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525.
  • Town of Boston, their great hardships on Account of the Port Act.4:541,4:596.

Town of Boston, send a Letter to the Country on their great distresses, &c.4:562. see index

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  • Berkshire County, meet by their Deputies, to consult on their Grie- vances[ Grievances], resolve, &c.4:536.
  • Berkshire County prevent the Court from setting.4:679.
  • Billeting Act. see Act of Parlia- ment[ Parliament], quartering Troops in America.

Brattle General, sends a Letter to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], which gives great offence, and obliges him to flee to Boston, &c. see his Letter to Gage[ Thomas Gage], & his Answer.4:563. see index

  • Brown, Councellor, his insolent Answer to the Essex Committee, wont[ will not]resign4:571
  • Brown Enoch, his narrative of the abuse he met with at Court Martial &c,4:586.
  • Bristol County, meet by their Delegates, on the Grievances of the Province, &c, Resolve, and Vote.4:584.
  • Covenant, See Agreement.
  • Cadet Company on the dismission of Colonel Hancock[ John Hancock], return their Standard to the Governor, and dissolve themselves, &c,4:554,4:556.
  • Clerks of the Court, Goldthwait, Price, and Mason, their recantations, &c,4:563,4:566.

Country Rises, and are on the March to assist Boston, on divers reports, &c4:563,4:564,4:571,4:578,4:592,4:593,4:610.4:693. see index

  • Cumberland County, meet by their delegates, on the Grievances of America, resolve, &c,4:585.
  • Consumption, Non See under Non
  • Canada, the efforts of the French and English at Montreal, and Quebec, in deffence[ defence]of Liberty, &c,4:616,4:617,4:620.
  • Hancock John Esquire married.4:797.
  • Hancock John Esquire his Oration.4:1184.
  • Hallowell Benja.[ Benjamin]rejoices at the news of the Massacre in Boston.4:61.

Hallowell Benja.[ Benjamin]beset by a large number of men, and drove into Boston for Shelt- er[ Shelter].4:563. see index

  • Herculaneum City of in Naples, discovered, after being 1700 years buried by an eruption of Mount Vesuvius.4:77.
  • Hottest Day for 23 years past.4:124.
  • Hurrycane[ Hurricane]great, at Saint Kitts4:160,4:164.
  • Numbers in America.4:712.
  • Numbers of Roman Catholics, in Canada.4:558.
  • Numbers of Troops raised Last War, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ibid.

Numbers of those who were on the March to Assist Boston, on a false Alarm,4:564,4:571,4:578,4:592,4:593. see index

  • Numbers from of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]to South Carolina, both inclusive.4:617.
  • Numbers of Souls, in Scotland.4:643.
  • Numbers of Members for Counties, in Great Britain.4:Ib.
  • County of York ; see York County.
  • County of Albany ; see Albany Count- y[ County]
  • Court of Admiralty in America ; See Admiralty Court of

Court Superior, meet at Boston : Grand and Petty Jury refuse to be sworn.4:566. see index

  • Court Superior, prevented from sitting in Worces- ter[ Worcester]County.4:571.
  • Court Superior, prevented from sitting in Hamp- shire[ Hampshire]County : the officers, &c, declare they will not officiate under the New Regulations.4:Ibid.
  • Court Superior, of Sessions, prevented from sitting in the County of Middlesex.4:577.
  • Address of the City of London, to the King, against the Quebec Act.4:555.

Address of the Selectmen of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his Fortifying the Neck.4:571. see index

  • Address of the County of Suffolk, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the same subject.4:577.
  • Address Another.4:Ibid.
  • Address From the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his Fortifying the Neck, &c,4:595.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, desires the Selectmen of Boston, to desist from calling a Town meeting's.4:549.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, smart Letters to him, urging him to stop his measures, lest he be- come[ become]infamous, &c,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation, forbidding the Town of Salem to meet.4:561.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the Select men[ Selectmen]of Boston 's address, respecting his For- tifying[ Fortifying]the Neck,4:571. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the address of the County of Suffolk on the same.4:577.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to the County on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation dis- charging[ discharging], the Representatives from meetings, &c,4:588.
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Town of Boston, by their Se- lect[ Select]Men, apply to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his go- ing[ going]to Fortify the Neck.4:571. see index

  • Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.
  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.
  • Town of Boston, by their Se- lect[ Select]Men, apply to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his go- ing[ going]to Fortify the Neck.4:571.

Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.
  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.
  • Province of the Massachusetts Bay the Constitution of, enquired into,4:226,4:229,4:250,4:257. See Massachusetts Bay Province of, and State of.
  • Plan proposed for America.4:253.4:334.4:367.4:374.
  • Plan one proposed, to settle the contest, between Great Britain, & the Colonies, by the Pennsylvania Deputies.4:544.

Plan to make Boston, a Garrison Town.4:573. see index

  • Plan a very pernicious one, proposed by[ Lord]Chatham, to reconcile the Colonies.4:734.
  • Proposals to the American British Colonies, see American British Colonies.
  • Committee of Correspondence taken up at Salem.4:561.
  • Committee of Correspondence a wise institution, &c.4:675.
  • Committee of Correspondence first chose in Boston.4:1087. See Names, under N.

Committee of Correspondence of ways and means, ( for the poor sufferers in the Town of Boston by the Port Bill,) their ad- vertisement[ advertisement].4:582,4:653. see index

  • Committees name's chosen by the Town of Boston, to inforce the resolves, &c, of the Continental Congress, &c.4:629.
  • Committees their advertisement respecting Tea*4:697.
  • Canning Elizabeth, an Account of her Transportation, and Death, &c.4:323.
  • Instructions from the King, sometimes made here by the Governors, and then sent home to be adopted to Screen them.4:445.
  • Instructions from the Provincial Deputy's of Virginia, to their Members of the Continental Congress.4:560.
  • Instructions from the Provincial Deputies of Pennsylvania, to their Re- presentatives[ Representatives], on the Grievances of America ; and instruct them to choose members for the Continental Congress. &c,4:544.

Instructions to the Representatives of the Town of Boston, and Members of the Provincial Congress, &c,4:583. see index

  • Instructions of the Town of Malden, to their Representatives.4:586.
  • Instructions of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], to their Representatives.4:587.
  • Instructions of the Deputies of the Province of North Carolina, to their Members of the Continental Congress.4:589.
  • New York their resolves on the Grievance's of America.4:703.
  • New York Line settled, See Line Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]settled.
  • New York City of, their proceedings when the Tea Ship arrived: destroy 18 Chests, & send off the Ship with to Tea to England, &c, &c,4:492,4:495.

New York nobly refuse Vessels for Transports, to carry Troops to Boston, & Workman to build Barracks, &c, &c,4:583,4:590. see index

  • New York force a Scotch Ves- sel[ Vessel]to depart without breaking Bulk, &c, having goods contrary to the Agreement of the Continental Congress.4:672.
  • New York and County meet, and choose Delegates for a Provincial Continent- al[ Continental]Congress, to choose Delegates for a Continental One.4:700.
  • New York Fired on by a Ship of War.4:793,4:797.
  • Superior Court for the County of Suffolk, adjourned,4:452,4:455.
  • Sudbury, see Town of.
  • Suffolk County, meet by their Deputies on Grievances, resolve, &c.4:576.

Selectmen [diamond] of the Town of Bos- ton[ Boston], & Committee of Correspondence, their notification to prevent Carpenters, &c, building Barracks, &c.4:583. see index

  • Scott Joseph detected in selling ball, &c. to the Troops, which makes a very great clamour, &c.4:588.
  • Scituate, see Town of.
  • Skins, a Woman's taken up, floating in the Harbour[ Harbor].4:598.
  • Town of Boston, by their Se- lect[ Select]Men, apply to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his go- ing[ going]to Fortify the Neck.4:571.
  • Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609.

Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583. see index

  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.
  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.

Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596. see index

  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Colony of Rhode Island, respecting the Boston Port Bill, &c, to appoint a Continental Congress, &c,4:517. See page4:53, Column 2d, under Resolves of the Representatives of Colony of Rhode Island.
  • Resolves of the Continent al[ Continental]Congress, respecting the Prov.[ Province]of Massachusetts Bay.4:583.
  • Resolves respecting the counter- manding[ countermanding]orders for Goods, &c.4:588.

Resolves respecting the Massachusetts Bay ; about the removal of the inhabitants of Boston in the Country, &c, &c, &c.4:598. see index

  • Resolves respecting Non import- ation[ importation], non exportation, non Consumption &c, &c, &c.4:606.
  • Resolves to stop importation to sundry Places.4:747,4:750.
  • Resolves respecting Bills of Exch- ange[ Exchange]to sundry Pla drawn by British Officers, &c.4:751.
  • Connecticut House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their proceedings, and Resolves on the grievances of America : the Boston port bill, &c.4:119.

Connecticut resolve that Boston ought to be supported. &c.4:603. see index

  • Connecticut choose Members for a new Continental Congress.4:620.
  • Connecticut resolve that Contributions ought still to be made for Boston. [diamond]4:700. See State of Connecticut
  • [diamond] Connecticut adopt the measures of Virginia respecting an union: choose a Com- mittee[ Committee]of Correspondence, &c.4:308.
  • Resolves of the Council of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, respect- ing[ respecting]Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters.4:313,4:314
  • Resolves of Connecti cut[ Connecticut]Representatives, to adopt the Measures of Virginia Representatives for a Union, and choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:308.
  • Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519.

Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Boston, respecting the resignation of the Tea Factors.4:391.
  • Resolves of the inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns, respecting the East India Company 's Tea, &c.4:407.
  • Resolves of the Town of Cam- bridge[ Cambridge], on the same.4:403.
  • Congress Continental members for, chosen by the Province of North Carolina.4:589.
  • Congress Continental their resolves, respecting non importation: non exportation: non consumption, &c &c. &c.4:606.
  • Congress Continental they Break up.4:607.

Congress Continental their Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], respecting the Fortifying Boston Neck.4:609. see index

  • Congress Continental
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Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], respecting the Fortifying Boston Neck.4:609. see index

  • Letter from Colonel Putnam, giving an Account of his proceedings on a false Alarm, &c,4:610.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the inhabitants of Canada, pointing out their grievances, &c.4:Ibid. 610
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respect- ing[ respecting]the impeachment of the Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:616.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the ad- dress[ address]of the County of Worcester.4:595.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Congress.4:598.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Proclamation against the proceedings of the Provincial Congress.4:614.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his false and Severe Let- ter[ Letter], respecting Boston, &c.4:616. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Letter in Answer to the President of the Continental Congress,4:630.
  • Letter from Colonel Putnam, giving an Account of his proceedings on a false Alarm, &c,4:610.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the inhabitants of Canada, pointing out their grievances, &c.4:Ibid. 610
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respect- ing[ respecting]the impeachment of the Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:616.

Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], very false, and severe against Boston, &c,4:616. see index

  • Letter to William Pepperil,4:623.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Town of Boston, by their Se- lect[ Select]Men, apply to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his go- ing[ going]to Fortify the Neck.4:571.
  • Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.

Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.
  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Sweeden[ Sweden], a Revolution there, &c, whereby their Liberties where left.4:179,4:181.

Small Pox, breaks out in Boston.4:621,4:649,4:697. Ceases.4:641,4:668. see index

  • Small Pox, Acts of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, relative to it.4:707,4:972.
  • Small Pox, in Boston.4:972see page4:60. Column 1st.
  • Snow, will make Puddings in the Room of Eggs.4:223.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve that the Province ought to be put in a posture of defence: recommend to choose new Military Officers: recommend a non importation agreement choose a Treasurer, and order the Province money to be paid to him: adjourn, &c4:604.
  • Congress Provincial, their answer to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s message, in reply to their message.4:609.
  • Congress Provincial, Meet again at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge].4:620.

Congress Provincial, resolve to return thanks for the Donations to Boston.4:624. see index

  • Congress Provincial, their proceedings and Resolves: choose new members fora Conti- nental[ Continental]Congress: regulate the sale of mer- chandize[ merchandize]to inforce the continental resolves, &c, &c.4:627.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve to explain the agreement of the Continental Congress: and to inforce it: write an address to the inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay, and re- solve[ resolve]to dissolve, &c.4:628.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve to encourage ma- nufactures[ manufactures], &c.4:631.
  • Resolves of the Provin- cial[ Provincial]Congress of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, that no money be paid to the Provincial Treasurer &c,4:595.
  • Resolves Against the Man- damus[ Mandamus]Councellors: against Tea: and recommending a Thanksgiving.4:600.
  • Resolves that the Province ought to be put in a posture of defence: recommend to choose new Officers, a non importation agreement order the Province Money to be paid their new Treasurer, &c.4:604.

Resolves to thank those who made donations to Boston,4:624. see index

  • Resolves to choose New Members for the Continental Congress: to come into regulations to inforce the agreements of the Continent- al[ Continental]Congress, &c4:627.
  • Resolves of the same, ex- planing explaning the agreement of the Cont- inental[ Continental]Congress: and to inforce it: with the reasons why they adjourned and why they disolve, recommend the choice of New Members.4:628.
  • Scott Joseph detected in selling ball, &c. to the Troops, which makes a very great clamour, &c.4:588.
  • Scituate, see Town of.
  • Skins, a Woman's taken up, floating in the Harbour[ Harbor].4:598.

Ships of war arrive in Boston. 2 6 2 4[4:624]. see index

  • See Men of War.
  • Committee of Correspondence a wise institution, &c.4:675.
  • Committee of Correspondence first chose in Boston.4:1087. See Names, under N.
  • Committee of Correspondence of ways and means, ( for the poor sufferers in the Town of Boston by the Port Bill,) their ad- vertisement[ advertisement].4:582,4:653.

Committees name's chosen by the Town of Boston, to inforce the resolves, &c, of the Continental Congress, &c.4:629. see index

  • Committees their advertisement respecting Tea*4:697.
  • Canning Elizabeth, an Account of her Transportation, and Death, &c.4:323.
  • Connecticut Constitution, an excellent one, had Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], and the other Letter Writers, lived in that Colony, they would have been convicted of high Treason, &c.4:333.

Charge of the Naval, and Military expenditures in Boston, every 3 Months.4:632. see index

  • Committees of Inspection advertise Goods for sale, &c, [diamond] See advertisements.
  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Annapolis.4:609.
  • Tea, arrives at South Carolina, and cast into the Sea.4:620.

Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221. see index

  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653.
  • Tea, the importation of, prohibi- ted[ prohibited]by the Continental Congress.4:925.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]dissolved, by Governor Wentworth[ Sir John Wentworth]s Message4:514.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]meet, by their de- puties[ deputies], choose Members for a New Congress, resolve, &c, and adopt the Continental Con- gress[ Congress]'s proceedings. &c,4:537,4:680.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]new Form of Go- vernment[ Government] 4:883. See State of New Hampshire.

Notification, respecting the Tea Consignees coming to Boston.4:634. see index

  • Notification, on John Malcom 's be tarred, &c,4:442.
  • Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.
  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.

Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
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Congress Provincial of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve to have a contribution in the Province for the Town of Boston : address the Ministers of the Prov- ince[ Province], desire them to endeavour to influence that people to adhere to the resolutions of the Continental Congress, &c.4:642. see index

  • Congress Provincial new meet: the number of members, &c.4:664.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that no person ought to work for the Army, &c.4:665.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that the Province ought to be prepared for an Attack, &c, vote a Fast, adjourn to Concord, &c.4:672.
  • Resolves of Provincial Con- gress[ Congress]of the Massachusetts Bay, to en- courage[ encourage]manufacturers, and to inforce their former resolutions respecting the payment of Monies to Mr. Gardner.4:631.

Resolves to have a Collection thro'[ through]the Province, for the Town of Boston : to address the Ministers, &c,4:642. see index

  • Resolves that no person ought to work for the Army, &c,4:665.
  • Resolves that the Province ought to be upon their Guard, to prevent a sur- prize[ surprise].4:672.
  • Resolves to recommend the saving of Rags.4:677.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against crimes, below Trea- son[ Treason]. [tube]4:1065.
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, to form their Militia, &c.4:634
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, Repealing an Act, securing Allegiance to the King: enact that his name shall not be used in any process, &c.4:939.

Act, or Law of the Town of Boston, against driving too fast in ye[ the]Streets, &c,4:644. see index

  • Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228
  • Act of Parliament relative to the calling Town meetings, &c. submitted to, by the Town of Marshfield, and is the first instance of submitting to it in any shape.4:689.
  • Act of Parliament of Toleration what. &c.4:1094.
  • Resolves of the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Province of North Carolina, to choose Delegates for the Continental Congress, &c,4:589.
  • Resolves of the Blacksmiths, &c, of the County of Worcester, to do no work for the Mandamus Councellors, &c,4:619.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Colony of Rhode Island [diamond], to approve the Proceedings of the Con- tinenal[ Continental]Congress: and to choose Members for a New One.4:634.

Resolves * of Pennslyvania Counties, to inforce the resolves of the Continental Congress: support Boston, &c, &c.4:647. see index

  • Resolves of the Represent atives[ Representatives]of Province of New Jersey : adopt ye[ the]Proceedings of the Continental Congress: choose Members for a New One.4:644.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.

Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654. see index

  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Peircy, respecting the contest between Great Britain and the Colonnnie Colonies.4:684.
  • Letter from the Agent's to the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Assembly, informs him, that the King has graciously received the petition of the Continental Congress.4:700.
  • Letter circular one of Lord Dartmouth, to the Governors, to prevent a Continental Congress.4:700.
  • Town of New London, &c, rem- ove[ remove]Cannon, &c, from the Fort.4:641.
  • Town of Petersham, their proceedings against the Tories in their Town.4:648.
  • Town of Marblehead, their Votes, &c, form themselves into Mi- litary[ Military]order, agree to pay for the services, & watch the Tories, &c.4:648.

Town of Chelsea, meet, and send a Letter to the Boston Committee of Correspondence.4:654. see index

  • Town of of Marshfield, meet, agreeable to the Act of Parliament, address Governor, and thank him, &c.4:689.
  • Town of Billerica, remonstrated to Governor concerning the man who the Troops tarred, &c.4:697.
  • Town of Charlestown Burnt[ Burned].4:754.
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Riot Great, at Boston, by some British Officers, when they assault the watch, &c.4:657. see index

  • Riot Great, when they Tar, & Feather a Man. [diamond-hook]4:693.
  • Russia, Obtains a great Vict- ory[ Victory]over the Turks.4:467.
  • Russia Makes Peace with Turkey.4:594,4:602.
  • Troops, the Numbers in Boston.4:546,4:616.
  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.

Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657. see index

  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.
  • Taxation scheme first formed by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard].4:655.
  • Treasurer Gray, his adver- tisement[ advertisement], forbidding Officers paying public monies to Mr. Gardner, &c.4:609.
  • Thanksgiving uncommanded by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, very deviously kept, in the Province.4:632.

Tories, an Account of the suffer- ings[ sufferings]of those, who were drove to Boston, &c.4:679. see index

  • Tories, Act against returning.4:1067.
  • Tories, always dangerous to Liberty.4:972.
  • Tories, definition of.4:81.4:676.-modern one.4:81.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.

Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693. see index

  • Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905.
  • Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937.
  • Troops, under General Howe[ William Howe], sail from Halifax.4:961.
  • Connecticut House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their proceedings, and Resolves on the grievances of America : the Boston port bill, &c.4:119.
  • Connecticut resolve that Boston ought to be supported. &c.4:603.
  • Connecticut choose Members for a new Continental Congress.4:620.

Connecticut resolve that Contributions ought still to be made for Boston. [diamond]4:700. See State of Connecticut see index

  • [diamond] Connecticut adopt the measures of Virginia respecting an union: choose a Com- mittee[ Committee]of Correspondence, &c.4:308.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his character drawn by Doctor Robertson, when Mr. Pitt.4:390.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his Speech on passing the Billeting, & Quartering American Acts.4:552.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.
  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.

Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707. see index

  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.
  • Congress Provincial vote, and resolve against Pedlars: recommend the saving of Rag's to make Paper: commend several Towns for that behaviour[ behavior]to the Troops sent by Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]to Marshfield.4:677.
  • Congress Provincial their address to the inhabitants on the present posture of affairs.4:683.
  • Congress Provincial meet according to adjourn- ment[ adjournment]. resolve that the Province ought not to relax in the opposition to the Acts of Parliament, &c.4:700.

Congress Provincial recommend those to the Country, who are removing out of Boston, &c.4:714. see index

  • Congress Provincial resolve that a Fast be appoint- ed[ appointed]: adjourn, &c,4:714,4:715.
  • Congress Provincial resolutions respecting the re- moval[ removal]of people out of Boston, &c,4:727,4:732,4:747,4:760,4:764,4:765.
  • Congress Provincial resolve, the respecting Com- mittees[ Committees]of Correspondence meeting to communi- cate[ communicate]the stale affairs of their Towns, &c.4:733.

Army British, their transac- tions[ transactions]at Boston, and elsewhere.4:723,4:731,4:739,4:743,4:747,4:754,4:761,4:765,4:777,4:779,4:797,4:801,4:805,4:811,4:809,4:839,4:859,4:879,4:890,4:897,4:901,4:905,4:913,4:943,4:948,4:949,4:953,4:956,4:961,4:964,4:969,4:973,4:979,4:981,4:982,4:987,4:1001,4:1005,4:1006,4:1007,4:1009,4:1012,4:1016,4:1035,4:1036,4:1041,4:1060,4:1061,4:1065. see index

  • Army British, evacuate Boston.4:905.
  • Army British, abandon Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], and Crown Point.4:1041.4:1056.
  • See under Troops British, Soldi- ers[ Soldiers], &c.
  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.
  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.

Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723. see index

  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.
  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.
  • Towns the Number of, who come into the Boston Measures, respect- ing[ respecting]Grievances, &c.4:215,4:218,4:244.
  • Towns Meetings respecting our Grievances, Justified by the Council.4:226.- by the House,4:250.

Towns * their proportion of the Boston inhabitants, ordered by the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Provincial Congress to provide for, &c.4:723. see index

  • Congress Provincial meet according to adjourn- ment[ adjournment]. resolve that the Province ought not to relax in the opposition to the Acts of Parliament, &c.4:700.
  • Congress Provincial recommend those to the Country, who are removing out of Boston, &c.4:714.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that a Fast be appoint- ed[ appointed]: adjourn, &c,4:714,4:715.

Congress Provincial resolutions respecting the re- moval[ removal]of people out of Boston, &c,4:727,4:732,4:747,4:760,4:764,4:765. see index

  • Congress Provincial resolve, the respecting Com- mittees[ Committees]of Correspondence meeting to communi- cate[ communicate]the stale affairs of their Towns, &c.4:733.
  • Congress Provincial about providing Straw.4:Ibid.
  • Congress Provincial their address to the inhabit- ants[ inhabitants]of Great Britain on the commencement of hostilities.4:738.
  • Resolves to recommend the saving of Rags.4:677.
  • Resolves that the Province ought not to relax in their opposition to the Acts of Parliament, &c,4:700.
  • Resolves that a Fast be appointd.4:714.

Resolves respecting the re- moving[ removing]People from Boston, &c,4:727,4:732,4:747,4:760,4:764.4:765. see index

  • Resolves respecting Committees of correspondence collecting the state of the affairs in the respective Towns, and procuring Straw, &c.4:733.
  • Resolves that all the Colonies Bills shall be a tender, &c.4:756.
  • Resolves relative to supplying ye[ the]enemy, &c, &c: and improving the Tories Estates *4:764.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.
  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.

Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727. see index

  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.
  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.
  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.
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Fire, a terrible one at Boston.4:735,4:739. see index

  • Fire at Falmouth.4:825,4:1003.
  • Fire at Charlestown : (destroyed.)4:754.
  • Fire at Norfolk.4:881.
  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.

Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739. see index

  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.
  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Gun Powder in america, first made in South Caro- lina[ Carolina].4:739.
  • Gun Powder Since found out, mens lives have been preserved, &c, &c, *4:891.
  • Generals appointed by the Continental Congress.4:761.

Generals Howe[ William Howe], Clinton[ Henry Clinton], & Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], arrive in Boston.4:743. see index

  • Grenades Island, Assembly of, their proceedings in behalf of the Americans, &c.4:780. See page4:20th, Column 2d, under Grenades, &c.
  • Gates General, his Character.4:845
  • German forces, the number which Great Britain took into pay for the American Service.4:947.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his character drawn,4:630,4:671.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Town of Marshfield, thanking him for sending Troops, &c.4:689.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, guilty of Great perfidy to the People of Boston, in refusing to let them remove their effects.4:746. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to Governor Trumbal[ Jonathan Trumbull]s Letter.4:730.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation against Rebellion, &c.4:750.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Account of the Lexington Battle.4:792.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.

Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746. see index

  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Arrives in London.4:553.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letter respecting the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]. &c,4:616.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character by Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams].4:669,4:670,4:671.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters; wants the Town of Boston to be separated from the Country, &c, &c,4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor branded by the Continental Congress, as a notoriously infamous person.4:787.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor a great Villian.4:799.
  • Plot, or conspiracy, a most horrid one discovered at New York.4:964.4:965,4:969.
  • Price, Doctor an extract from his political Peice[ Piece], on American Affairs, &c,4:975.
  • Poor of Boston sent back to that Town.4:1036.

Prisoners, a list of, in Boston Goal[ Jail].4:801. see index

  • Pox Small, see small Pox.
  • Speech of Governor Montague[ Charles Greville Montagu], at the dissolution of the Assembly of South Carolina.4:197.
  • Speech of Lord Chatham, in the House of Lords, on American Affairs.4:552,4:553,4:579.
  • Speech of ditto in[ Favor]of America.4:710.

Speech of ditto urging a removal of the Troops from America say Boston &c.4:823. see index

  • Speech of ditto proposes a very pernicious plan for America.4:734.
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Address of the principal inhabitants of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his departure to Great Britain.4:827. see index

  • Address of the Mandamus Council, to the same, on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Address of the Refugee Tories, to the same, on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Address of the Delegates of Georgia, to the King, on the distresses of America.4:832.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Account of the Lexington Battle.4:792.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to General Washington[ George Washington], respecting the treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Account of Bunker hill Fight.4:817.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answers to the addresses of the Inhabitants of Boston : the Mandamus Councellors, and Refugee Tories on his leaving Boston.4:827,4:828. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], respecting his Letter to General Wash- ington[ George Washington], on the treatment of Prisoners.4:863.
  • Gold, the great hardships England un- dergoes[ undergoes], by an Act passed to prevent its passing without it is weighed.4:369.
  • Goal at Salem broken open, and the Prisoners confined for burning the Hospital, discharged. [diamond]4:455.
  • Auctioneer put up the Ministry to sale.4:470
  • Annapolis, in Maryland. See Town of.
  • Association of Brigader Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], against the Whigs.4:625.

Association of Brigader Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], Signed by people in Bos- ton[ Boston].4:829. see index

  • Albany County, adopt the measures of the Continental Congress. &c,4:664.
  • Address of the Council of New Jersey. in answer to Governor Franklin[ William Franklin]s Speech [parallels]4:681. Vid. Petitions, &c.
  • Affidavits taken by the Continental Congress, relative to the engagement at Lexing- ton[ Lexington].4:737,4:744. See under Depositions.
  • Hutchinson Foster, leaves his Brother Mather s meeting, on the latter's publishing a pamphlet.4:268.
  • How Joseph reverend ordained.4:295.

Howe[ William Howe]General, Issues three Proclamation's, forbiding the carrying Money out of Boston : to form as association: &c,4:829. see index

  • Howe[ William Howe]General, Issues a Procla- mation[ Proclamation]for Boston inhabitants to depart.4:851. See Proclamation's.
  • Howe[ William Howe]General, Lord, Arrives at New York as Admiral; and with his Brother, a Commissioner to grant Pardons, &c.4:776,4:973.
  • Howe[ William Howe]General, Washington respecting an exchange of Prisoners, &c,4:1004.
  • Proclamation Issued by Governor Went- worth[ Sir John Wentworth], against those who removed Powder, and Guns from the Forts.4:645.
  • Proclamation or Recommendation of the Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, for a Fast.4:682.
  • Proclamation of Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s against, Rebellion, &c.4:750.

Proclamation of Governor Howe[ William Howe], a- gainst against carrying Money from Boston : to form an Association, &c,4:829. see index

  • Proclamation of Governor Carleton[ Guy Carleton], declaring Martial Law, &c, in Que- bec[ Quebec].4:834,4:873.
  • Proclamation of the King, declaring the Americans Rebels.4:840.
  • Hutchinson Foster, leaves his Brother Mather s meeting, on the latter's publishing a pamphlet.4:268.
  • How Joseph reverend ordained.4:295.
  • Howe[ William Howe]General, Issues three Proclamation's, forbiding the carrying Money out of Boston : to form as association: &c,4:829.

Howe[ William Howe]General, Issues a Procla- mation[ Proclamation]for Boston inhabitants to depart.4:851. See Proclamation's. see index

  • Howe[ William Howe]General, Lord, Arrives at New York as Admiral; and with his Brother, a Commissioner to grant Pardons, &c.4:776,4:973.
  • Howe[ William Howe]General, Washington respecting an exchange of Prisoners, &c,4:1004.
  • Howe[ William Howe]General, General, and Governor Tryon[ William Tryon]'s Letters to Lord Germaine, con- taining[ containing]the situation of their affairs at New York, &c.4:1040.
  • Proclamation of the General Court, of the Massachusetts Bay, appoint- ing[ apppointing]a Thanksgiving.4:840.
  • Proclamation a Fast.4:892.

Proclamation of General Howe[ William Howe], permitting inhabitants to removew from Boston.4:851. see index

  • Proclamation of General Clinton[ Henry Clinton]'s in North Carolina, forbidding all Con- gresse's[ Congresses]to set, &c, &c, &c.4:964.
  • Proclamation of General Washington[ George Washington], for the sick, &c, to remove from New York, as he expects a bombardment, &c.4:997. See Declaration.
  • Parliament of Great Britian, has no right to make any law to bind the Colonies, &c, unless they consent.4:15.
  • Plymouth County meets by their Deputies, on the grievances of America, &c, resolve, &c,4:591,4:605.
  • Preston, See Town of.
  • Patriot, Virtuous one, a plate, exhibiting one at the hour of Death.4:295.

Prices of Things at Boston, during the blockade.4:859. see index

  • Prices of Things, fixed by an Act of the Massachusetts Bay State.4:1058. .
  • Pay of the Officers & Privates in the Americ- an[ American]Army.4:869.4:996.
  • Pay in the Navy.4:1066.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.
  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.

Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859. see index

  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.
  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.
  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.
  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.

Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913. see index

  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.
  • Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917.
  • Army New American to be form- ed[ formed]: and the number that each State is to raise, &c,4:1017.
  • Army British, and the united States, situation of, December 1776.4:1057,4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.
  • Anniversary of the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre], celebrated at Boston.4:39,4:252,4:460,4:462, 694:693.

Anniversary of the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre]at Watertown, when an Oration was deliverd[ delivered].4:897. see index

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  • Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies]entrench at plow Hill, &c,4:793.
  • Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies]at Cobble Hill.4:847.
  • Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies]their proceedings.4:855.4:859.4:871,4:890,4:897,4:901,4:905.

Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies]besiege Boston.4:897,4:901,4:905. see index

  • Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies]part of them march to New York, after Boston was evacuated.4:905.
  • Army of the United Ameri- can[ America]States, their proceedings in different parts of America, viz.
  • Army of the United Ameri- can[ America]States, Retreat from Canada.4:943,4:948.4:956.
  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.
  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.

Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897. see index

  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.
  • Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917.
  • Town of Boston, the great importance of Fortifying the Harbour[ Harbor]belonging to it.4:924,4:931.
  • Numbers
  • Numbers of Men in Arms in America.4:767.

Numbers of Troops, blockaded in Boston.4:900,4:923,4:939. see index

  • Numbers of Troops, to be em- ployed[ employed]against America, Anno. 1776.4:937.
  • Numbers and names, of the de- puties[ deputies]for the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1676,4:953.
  • Numbers number of Fighting Men, &c, in any Country.4:975.

Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies]part of them march to New York, after Boston was evacuated.4:905. see index

  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.

Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917.
  • Town of Boston, the great importance of Fortifying the Harbour[ Harbor]belonging to it.4:924,4:931.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.

Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905. see index

  • Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937.
  • Troops, under General Howe[ William Howe], sail from Halifax.4:961.
  • Address From the City of London, to the Electors of Great Britain, on the af- fairs[ affairs]of America, &c.4:857.
  • Address of the House of Commons, to the King; promise to support him in sub- duing[ subduing]America.4:882.
  • Address From the Author of Com- mon[ Common]sense, to the Quakers.4:911.

Address of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, to General Washington[ George Washington], on the Town of Boston 's being evacuated by the British Troops.4:912. see index

  • Address of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to the same, on the same.4:913.
  • Address of the city of Belfast to the King: beg he would be reconciled to the Colonies, &c.4:945.
  • Address Petition, &c, to the King, from the city of London, in behalf of America.4:956.
  • Assembly General new, of the Massachusetts Bay, convene.4:774.
  • Assembly General choose New Members for the Continental Congress.4:863.
  • Assembly General resolve against depreciating the Bills of Credit, &c.4:896.

Assembly General Their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of the Town of Boston by the British Troops.4:912. See Court. see index

  • Anarchy, not so dangerous as Tyranny.4:1238.
  • Act of the State of the Massachusetts bay prescribing an Oath of Fidelity, & Allegiance.4:1034.4:1068.
  • Act [diamond] to prevent the return of Tories.4:1067.
  • Washington George, his Address to the Canadians.4:807.
  • Washington George, his Letter's to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Washington George, his Speech to the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress on his appointment, relinquishes his pay, saving for his Ex- pences[ expenses].4:869.

Washington George, his Answer to the address of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, on General Howe[ William Howe]s evacuating Boston.4:912. see index

  • Washington George, a great encomium on him, by the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ib.
  • Washington George, his answer to the address of Select- men[ Selectmen]of Boston, on the evacuation of it.4:913.
  • Washington George, a Diploma of Doctor of Laws, conferred on him by the Harvard College.4:923.
  • Address of the House of Commons, to the King; promise to support him in sub- duing[ subduing]America.4:882.
  • Address From the Author of Com- mon[ Common]sense, to the Quakers.4:911.
  • Address of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, to General Washington[ George Washington], on the Town of Boston 's being evacuated by the British Troops.4:912.

Address of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to the same, on the same.4:913. see index

  • Address of the city of Belfast to the King: beg he would be reconciled to the Colonies, &c.4:945.
  • Address Petition, &c, to the King, from the city of London, in behalf of America.4:956.
  • Address proposed in the House of Lords, to the King, on the shameful contract made with the German Princes for Troops, &c,4:960.
  • Sayer Stephen, confined in the Tower of London for high treason.4:885.
  • Sayer Stephen, his Trial.4:1055.
  • Sayer Stephen, Prosecutes Earl Rochford.4:Ibid.

Selectmen of Boston, their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of Boston, &c.4:913. see index

  • See coulumn 1st under Selectmen of Bos- ton[ Boston], &c.
  • Swizerland[ Switzerland], History of that Country: extent of it. the Strug- gles[ Struggles]it has had to maintain its liberty, &c.4:952.
  • State of South Carolina : the British Troops, & Fleet defeated there.4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1047.
  • Washington George, his Speech to the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress on his appointment, relinquishes his pay, saving for his Ex- pences[ expenses].4:869.
  • Washington George, his Answer to the address of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, on General Howe[ William Howe]s evacuating Boston.4:912.
  • Washington George, a great encomium on him, by the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ib.

Washington George, his answer to the address of Select- men[ Selectmen]of Boston, on the evacuation of it.4:913. see index

  • Washington George, a Diploma of Doctor of Laws, conferred on him by the Harvard College.4:923.
  • Washington George, Arrives at New York.4:925.
  • Washington George, Arrives at Philadelphia, from New York.4:949.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.

Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917. see index

  • Town of Boston, the great importance of Fortifying the Harbour[ Harbor]belonging to it.4:924,4:931.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.
  • Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917.

Town of Boston, the great importance of Fortifying the Harbour[ Harbor]belonging to it.4:924,4:931. see index

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  • Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]taken by the U- nited[ United]Colonies.4:833.
  • Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]capitulation of it.4:843. See Canada, & Saint Johns.
  • Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]or Battery, will at any time (even with a single Gun) dislodge any Ship of War, and burn it also.4:999.

Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]Built in the Harbour[ Harbor]of Boston.4:933,4:956,4:957. see index

  • Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]Washington[ George Washington]taken.4:1048,4:1053.
  • Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]Lee[ Charles Lee]taken.4:Ib.
  • Frigate Launched at Portsmouth.4:950.
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Instructions from the Town of Boston, to their Representatives: will support independancy, if the Congress will declare it: that the Executive and Legislative, ought to be kept separate, &c, &c,4:949. see index

  • Inquisition, the horrible tortures inflicted there.4:194.
  • Ipswich, see Town of.
  • India, see East india Com- pany[ Company].
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Town of Boston, meet, and give excellent instructions to their Representatives; in particualr to support independency if it should be declared: and say that the executive, & Legislative, ought to be kept separate, &c.4:949. see index

  • Town of Boston, Fortified at Noddles Island
  • Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Estimate of the charges of the American War to Great Britain, and the consequences of the ruinous measures of carry- ing[ carrying]on the war &c, against the Colonies [diamond]4:939.

Expedition from Boston, against the British Fleet in the lower Harbour[ Harbor]: drive them off, &c,4:956,4:957. see index

  • Ministry, put up at vendue: their character's, &c.4:470.
  • Man of War, burnt[ burned]at Rhode Island.4:97,4:101.
  • Man of War can at any time be dislodged by a single Gun from a Fort, &c,4:924.

Men of War, drove off from Boston Harbour[ Habor].4:956,4:957. see index

  • Men of War British, go up North River.4:976,4:988.
  • Men of War on the American Station.4:1033.
  • Men of War seen of, off Providence.4:1057. See Ships of War.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and give excellent instructions to their Representatives; in particualr to support independency if it should be declared: and say that the executive, & Legislative, ought to be kept separate, &c.4:949.
  • Town of Boston, Fortified at Noddles Island

Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957. see index

  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045.
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Highlanders, taken in Bos- ton[ Boston]Harbour[ Harbour], and brought in.4:957,4:971. see index

  • Hatts, the great hardship in restrain- ing[ restraining]the Colonies from transporting them,4:1112.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his traiterous[ traitorous]Letters,4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832. See page4:25th. column ye[ the]2d, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].
  • List of Members of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, who voted to correspond with their Sister Colonies on their Grievances: and those who would not.4:298.
  • List of Members of the same House, who voted to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, and those who would not.
  • List of those who were killed, &c, in Lexington Fight.4:723,4:792.

List of several Persons, who died at Boston during the Blockade.4:963. See Numbers. see index

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  • Town of Boston, meet, and give excellent instructions to their Representatives; in particualr to support independency if it should be declared: and say that the executive, & Legislative, ought to be kept separate, &c.4:949.
  • Town of Boston, Fortified at Noddles Island
  • Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957.

Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968. see index

  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045.
  • Town of Roxbury, meet, on receiving a Letter from the Town of Boston, on the independency of the Judges, &c: their trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:189.
  • Letter Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church]'s traiterous one.4:867.
  • Letter from General Mont- gomery[ Richard Montgomery], to Governor Carlton[ Guy Carleton], on the Regulars firing on the formers flag of Truce, &c,4:879.
  • Letter from the President of the Continental Congress, to the Presi- dent[ President]of the Convention of New York, informing him of...the design'd[ designed]Attack of New York.4:0956.

Letter from Colonel Campbell, to General Howe[ William Howe], on his captivity, says the people of Boston are very humane, &c,4:971. see index

  • Letter circular, sent by Lord How[ William Howe]on his arrival on the American Coasts, to the Governors, inform- ing[ informing]them that he has power to grant par- dons[ pardons], &c,4:979.
  • Letter from General Lee[ Charles Lee], to Congress, given them an Account of the defeat of the enemy at South Carolina.4:Ibid.
  • Letter an intercepted traiterous one, to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon].4:1000.
  • Sweeden[ Sweden], a Revolution there, &c, whereby their Liberties where left.4:179,4:181.
  • Small Pox, breaks out in Boston.4:621,4:649,4:697. Ceases.4:641,4:668.
  • Small Pox, Acts of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, relative to it.4:707,4:972.

Small Pox, in Boston.4:972see page4:60. Column 1st. see index

  • Snow, will make Puddings in the Room of Eggs.4:223.
  • South Hadley, see Town of.
  • Sheffield, see Town of.
  • Independancy of the Governors, and other officers, the pernicious tendency of it,4:8,4:28,4:112,4:202,
  • Independancy declared by the Continental Congress.
  • Independancy of the Colonies celebrated at Philadelphia.4:973.

Independancy at Boston.4:976. see index

  • Independancy at Watertown.4:Ib.
  • Independant, the Colonies must be at all events, if they mean to have their Liberty, &c.4:907.
  • Junius his sentiments on the division among the Sons of Liberty: he gives the Cha- racter[ Character]of Wilkes, Sawbridge, Townsend, Mansfield, &c, &c, &c; and the House of commons
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Dorchester : an account of the Toasts, &c.4:133.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Roxbury : an account of the Toasts, &c.4:343.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Cambridge.4:785.

Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Boston.4:988.4:993. see index

  • Adjournment of the General Court to Boston.4:97.
  • Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117.
  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176
  • Letter circular, sent by Lord How[ William Howe]on his arrival on the American Coasts, to the Governors, inform- ing[ informing]them that he has power to grant par- dons[ pardons], &c,4:979.
  • Letter from General Lee[ Charles Lee], to Congress, given them an Account of the defeat of the enemy at South Carolina.4:Ibid.
  • Letter an intercepted traiterous one, to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon].4:1000.

Letter Given the reason why Boston was evacuated.4:1004. see index

  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington]to Lord Howe[ William], on the exchange of Prisoners.4:Ib.
  • Letter from Lord Howe[ William], to General Washington[ George Washington], in answer to the above, &c4:Ib.
  • Town of Boston, Fortified at Noddles Island
  • Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.

Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045.
  • Town of Roxbury, meet, on receiving a Letter from the Town of Boston, on the independency of the Judges, &c: their trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:189.
  • Town of Roxbury, their further transactions, & resolves.4:201.
  • Settlers, the first of this Count- ry[ Country], the reason of thier leaving their na- tive[ native]Country.4:1073.
  • Subjects, our Rights, as such.4:1095.
  • Slitting Mills, the great hardship in returning the Colonists from setting them up.4:1112.

Small Pox in Boston, how many had it by inoculation, &c, died, &c.4:1014. see index

  • See page4:59Column 1st under small pox.
  • Penn[ William Penn]Governor, questioned in the House of Lords.4:900.
  • Plot, or conspiracy, a most horrid one discovered at New York.4:964.4:965,4:969.
  • Price, Doctor an extract from his political Peice[ Piece], on American Affairs, &c,4:975.

Poor of Boston sent back to that Town.4:1036. see index

  • Prisoners, a list of, in Boston Goal[ Jail].4:801.
  • Pox Small, see small Pox.
  • Resolves of the Repres- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to encourage the making of fire Arms.4:845.
  • Resolves relative to the respect- ive[ respective]towns declaring, whether in case independancy is declared, they will support it, &c, &c.4:936.

Resolves of, Representa.[ Representatives]of the State of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to send all the Boston Poor back.4:1036. see index

  • Resolves that the Selectmen, shall take care of sick Soldiers.4:1052.
  • Resolves that the Selectmen take an Account of the number of inhabitants.4:1057.
  • Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Province of South Carolina, their resolves and trans- actions[ transactions], relative to the removal of their Court, and to the illegal proceedings of their Governor4:189.
  • State of New Jersey adopt a New Form of Goverment.4:983.
  • State of New Jersey proceedings there of the enemy, and the transactions of our Troops there.4:1053.
  • State of Pennsylvania ; declare what treason is.4:1011.

State of Massachusetts Bay Assembly, resolve to send all the Boston poor back.4:1036. see index

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  • Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.

Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045. see index

  • Town of Roxbury, meet, on receiving a Letter from the Town of Boston, on the independency of the Judges, &c: their trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:189.
  • Town of Roxbury, their further transactions, & resolves.4:201.
  • Town of Roxbury, unfair management, said to have been at the Meeting.4:206.
  • [diamond] Examine the Commissioners respecting their appointment as to the Gaspee Schooner Affair, &c,4:311
  • Committee of Correspondence taken up at Salem.4:561.
  • Committee of Correspondence a wise institution, &c.4:675.

Committee of Correspondence first chose in Boston.4:1087. See Names, under N. see index

  • Committee of Correspondence of ways and means, ( for the poor sufferers in the Town of Boston by the Port Bill,) their ad- vertisement[ advertisement].4:582,4:653.
  • Committees name's chosen by the Town of Boston, to inforce the resolves, &c, of the Continental Congress, &c.4:629.
  • Committees their advertisement respecting Tea*4:697.
  • New York City of, Provincial Congress, return thanks to General Washington[ George Washington], and entertain him.4:964. See State of New York.
  • Names of the Grand Jury of the County of Suffolk, who would not find a bill against Mucious Scaevola, &c,4:33.
  • Names of those, killed, wounded, &c, in the Lexington Fight.4:723,4:792.

Names of the First Committee of Correspondence in Boston.4:1087. see index

  • Newton, See Town of.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]Province of, their House of Representatives, come into the measures of the Virginia House, for a Union of the (House, say) Colonies, &c, choose a Committee of Correspondence, &c,4:299.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]dissolved, by Governor Wentworth[ Sir John Wentworth]s Message4:514.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c4:1144.
  • Letter from Robert Auch- muty[ Auchmuty], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], informing that his life is in danger.4:1154.
  • Letter from[ Governor]Oliver[ Andrew Oliver],4:1159, &c. See in Index, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver.

Letter from Charles Paxton ; writes, that unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, yt.[ that]they will rebel.4:1178. see index

  • Letter [diamond] from Nathaniel Rogers : he sollicits[ solicits]for the Secretaryship, and negociates with Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]therefor, &c,4:1179.
  • Lukewarm Friends of liberty: and Trimmers do more harm to the cause, than protest enemies.4:43.
  • Loring Israel Reverend his death, and Character.4:49.
  • Preface, an excellent one to the pro- ceedings[ proceedings]fo the Town of Boston, reprint- ed[ reprinted]in England.4:284.
  • Plymouth, see Town of.
  • Paxton, Charles, the House of Representatives, resolves against him, respecting his Letters, &c,4:309.

Paxton Charles his Letter: says unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, they will rebel, &c.4:1178. see index

  • Paddock Major, his Son Drowned.4:320Verses on it.4:323.
  • Philadelphia city of, the in- habitants[ inhabitants]of meet, their transactions rela- tive[ relative]to the exportation of Tea, by the east Indian Company : the resolves, &c,4:388,4:391,4:430,4:434.
  • Philadelphia city of, their reception of the news of the Tea's being destroyed in Boston.4:438.
  • Numbers of British Troops, &c, supposed to be at Long Island, &c New York.4:1001,4:1006.
  • Numbers of Regiments, belonging to Great Britain : how many have sailed for America, and where stationed, &c,4:1027.
  • Numbers of inhabitants in America.4:1098, &c.

Numbers supposed by the Continental Congress, to be in Boston.4:1209. see index

  • Numbers of Men, in America, capable of bearing Arms.4:1261.
  • Numbers of Troops, (Infantry,) in Great Britain. [diamond-zero].4:1263.
  • North Carolina House of Representatives, emit money to discharge the expences of the War against the Regulators.4:27.
  • Congress Provincial resolve, the respecting Com- mittees[ Committees]of Correspondence meeting to communi- cate[ communicate]the stale affairs of their Towns, &c.4:733.
  • Congress Provincial about providing Straw.4:Ibid.
  • Congress Provincial their address to the inhabit- ants[ inhabitants]of Great Britain on the commencement of hostilities.4:738.

Congress Provincial resolve .... about Mandamus Councellors, and those who have fled to Boston, respecting their estates, &c.4:Ibid. see index

  • Congress Provincial resolve, that the Ministers be desired to meet as usual the day after the Election.4:738.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a petition that he may meet with the same fate, that Charles the 1st did.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a message to him from the Town of Boston, on the independancy of the Judges.4:175.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the message, de- clines[ declines]informing them.4:176.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a petition to him from the Town of Boston, on the same subject.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the petition of the Town of Boston : tells them he cannot comply with their request to let the Court meet, and prorogues it further.4:177.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech to the General Assembly, asserts that the Parliament have a supreme right over us.4:213.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court on the opening of it at the Election.4:88.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his reply to the message of the House: tells them he will remove the Court if he can, consistent with his duty to the King, &c.4:90.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his message to the House, desires them to explain something in their message, &c,4:92.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his reply to the message of the House: tells them that he will not remove the Court to Boston, while they dispute the Kings Right, &c.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor censured for his conduct re- lative[ relative]to his removal of the Court to Bos- ton[ Boston].4:92,4:93,4:96,4:97,4:179.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character as a politician.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor on his independancy.4:97.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his reply to the message of the Council respecting the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: gives his sense of their power by Charter, &c,4:463.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his message to both Houses: tells them that their proceedings are a reflect- ion[ reflection]on the King and Parliament, and pro- rogues[ prorogues]them in an unparliamentary manner.4:464.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor burnet in effigy at Philadelphia4:497.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor the planner of the Bos- ton[ Boston]Port bill.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Sails for London.4:508.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his answer to the Boston Merchants address.4:511.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Lawyers ditto.4:Ibid.
  • Town of Attleborough, their proceedings, &c, on the same.4:267.
  • Town of Princetown[ Princeton], their proceedings on the same.4:270.
  • Town of Danvers,their proceedings, &c, on the same.4:271.

Town of Woburne[ Woburn], their Letter to the Committee of Correspondence acknowledge the receipt of the proceedings of the Town of Boston, &c.4:Ibid. see index

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Army British, evacuate Boston.4:905. see index

  • Army British, abandon Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], and Crown Point.4:1041.4:1056.
  • See under Troops British, Soldi- ers[ Soldiers], &c.
  • Army New American to be form- ed[ formed]: and the number that each State is to raise, &c,4:1017.
  • Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor detested there.4:39.
  • Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor Called a mean Knave, &c.4:55.
  • Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor a Smart Letter to him on his bad conduct.*4:289.

Boston, see Town of. see index

  • Braintree, see Town of.
  • Barry Colonel his spirited Speech in the House of Commons against the Ministry, &c. [diamond]4:56.
  • Blindness, what can be cured, and what not.4:62.
  • Duel fought between a Captain of a Man of War, and a Lieutenant4:376.
  • Duel between John Temple, and Mr. Whately.4:459,4:460. See Mr. Temple s Letter.4:464.
  • Debt great, due from the Colonies to Great Britain.4:486.

Donations to the Town of Boston, see under Towns. see index

  • Delegates who attended the Continen- tal[ Continental]Congress, their names; and the Colonies where from.4:583.
  • Dyer Samuel an insane man, wounds Colonel Cleveland[ Benjamin Cleveland].4:598.
  • Declaration of the Continental Congress, on the Americans, taking up Arms4:771.
  • Measles in Boston, a great Num- ber[ Number]die of Children.4:153.
  • Marblehead, see Town of.
  • Molasses Act, never submitted to, as a People.4:202.

Mortality Bills of, of the Town of Boston, See bills of Mort- ality[ Mortality]of the Town of Boston. see index

  • Marlborough, see Town of.
  • Medfield, See Town of.
  • Montague, see Town of.
  • Post Office, the Parliament- ary[ Parliamentary]one, what the net produce to the Crown, &c,4:488.
  • Post Office, the Plan of the new American one: and Finished.4:491.
  • Post Office, appointed, with the rates.4:739.

Port Act Boston, See Act of Parliament. see index

  • Providence Town of, see Town of Providence.
  • Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor, his opinion of the Merchants non import- ation[ importation]agreement.4:526.
  • Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor his Character.4:655.
  • Sayer Stephen, his Trial.4:1055.
  • Sayer Stephen, Prosecutes Earl Rochford.4:Ibid.
  • Selectmen of Boston, their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of Boston, &c.4:913.

See coulumn 1st under Selectmen of Bos- ton[ Boston], &c. see index

  • Swizerland[ Switzerland], History of that Country: extent of it. the Strug- gles[ Struggles]it has had to maintain its liberty, &c.4:952.
  • State of South Carolina : the British Troops, & Fleet defeated there.4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1047.
  • State of South Carolina adopt a New Government.4:947.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and give excellent instructions to their Representatives; in particualr to support independency if it should be declared: and say that the executive, & Legislative, ought to be kept separate, &c.4:949.

Town of Boston, Fortified at Noddles Island see index

  • Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor, his procla- mation[ proclamation], especially Land in dispute.4:4.
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor, his message to the House of Representatives, declines taking his salary from them: lays the Kings instruction before them prohibiting him to take it, &c.4:41.
  • Town of Boston meet, and have an Oration delivered by[ Doctor]Warren[ Joseph Warren], &c.4:39.

Town of Boston, their valuation. 118. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet on occasion of the Judges being made independant: their message to the governor, and other trans- actions[ transactions], relative to it.4:175.

Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616. see index

  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.

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