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Searching for the keyword "Hutchinson" in all volumes:

  • Richmond Duke of[ Charles Lennox]his Letter1:638
  • Revenue [parallels] for Crown Officers the Design first hatch here1:546. 1:557. 1:396
  • Revolution of the Massachusetts Bay1:353

Rights we have, though Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]say's[ says]we have none1:159. 1:235. 1:588 see index

  • Resolves of the House of Representatives previous to making up the Loss to Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c1:550.
  • Resolves* of the House of Commons previous to passing the Repeal of the Stamp Act.1:390
  • Representatives ought to obey Instructions, 'tho[ although]contrary to ye[ the]mind1:636

Riot at Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s &c an Account of the whole1:178. 1:182. see index

  • Riot at Secretary Olivers[ Andrew Oliver]&c.1:166 1:170
  • Riot at New Port[ Newport]against Moffat[ Thomas Moffat]and Howard[ Martin Howard] 1:178
  • Riot at New York about the Stamp Act1:272
  • 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
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George Desires to Inforce[ Enforce]the Stamp Act1:423
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George would have ye[ the]Colonies disarm'd[ disarmed] 1:193
  • Conway General[ Henry Seymour]disputes in the House of Commons with Greenvile[ George Grenville]vide C1:87

Grand Jurors address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 1:221 see index

  • Governors of America a peice[ piece]recommends to them with Strictures on their behaviour[ behavior] 1:276
  • Gage General[ Thomas Gage]answer to the address of the City of New York1:283
  • Georgia Liberty at a low Ebb shore1:337

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Resigns his Probate office for 1 Year1:304 see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remarks on it1:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726. see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Insist's[ Insists]on his Right to set in Council vide his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:598
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Reason's given for Excluding him from the Council in a Letter of the House to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert] 1:620. 1:621.
  • Essay on the Stamp Act1:290
  • Essay on the Importance of the Colonies to Great Britain1:294
  • Essay On the rights of the Colonies1:362

Estimate of the Losses sustain'd[ sustained]by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]and others in the Riots1:453 see index

  • Essay on Making compensation to the Sufferers in the late Riots1:457
  • Essay An Excellent one with remark's[ remarks]on the Merchants Letters1:470
  • Essay By Algernon Sidney recommending a perserverance in Defence of their rights &c.1:476
  • Gage General[ Thomas Gage]answer to the address of the City of New York1:283
  • Georgia Liberty at a low Ebb shore1:337
  • Galleries ought to be one to hear the debates in the House1:342

General Courts Proceedings of relative to Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]& others Losses containing the whole estimate1:454 see index

  • Governors when they took ye[ the]Chair1:591
  • Gridley Geremiah Death and Character1:720
  • Goods no Importation of from England recommended at the best means to Get rid of our difficulties1:728. 1:745. 1:754
  • Revenue [parallels] for Crown Officers the Design first hatch here1:546. 1:557. 1:396
  • Revolution of the Massachusetts Bay1:353
  • Rights we have, though Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]say's[ says]we have none1:159. 1:235. 1:588

Resolves of the House of Representatives previous to making up the Loss to Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c1:550. see index

  • Resolves* of the House of Commons previous to passing the Repeal of the Stamp Act.1:390
  • Representatives ought to obey Instructions, 'tho[ although]contrary to ye[ the]mind1:636
  • Riot what makes one1:698
  • Hawley Major[ Joseph Hawley]Silenced by the Judges of the Superiour[ Superior]Court1:728
  • Hobby Wm Reverend[ William Hobby]Death1:113
  • Hyperion (vide a Spirited Essay on the Acts of parlament[ Parliament]imposing Duties and susppending[ suspending]the Legistlature of New York ) For which peice[ piece]Greenville[ George Grenville]mov'd[ moved]in the House of Commons for the Prints &c to be sent forever1:730

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]censured by the House, as having a Lust of Ambition and Power1:581 see index

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  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to the King1:550
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech wherein they find fault with Governor Hutchinson[ Hutchinson]setting[ sitting]in Council1:581
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor about drawing money out of Treasury1:586

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech wherein they deny Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to sett[ sit]in Council1:581 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to the Governor about Governor Palliser's[ Hugh Palliser]Proclamation1:589
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message they Deny Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to sett[ sit]in Council1:596
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message about paying the Agent1:600
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Commended for Their Conduct relative to the Compensation &c1:460
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:534
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to the King1:550

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech wherein they find fault with Governor Hutchinson[ Hutchinson]setting[ sitting]in Council1:581 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor about drawing money out of Treasury1:586
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech wherein they deny Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to sett[ sit]in Council1:581
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to the Governor about Governor Palliser's[ Hugh Palliser]Proclamation1:589
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Resigns his Probate office for 1 Year1:304
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remarks on it1:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607. see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Insist's[ Insists]on his Right to set in Council vide his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:598
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Reason's given for Excluding him from the Council in a Letter of the House to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert] 1:620. 1:621.
  • Harrison Captain[ David Harrison]account of is Terrible shipwreck1:423
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to House1:524
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House of Representatives1:535
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the General Court1:581

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House about Hutschinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]Right to sett in Council1:589 1:598 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House Recommends the paying Agent Jackson1:591
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message Justifies the Making Provisions for the Kings Troops1:596
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House about Palliser[ Hugh Pallisers]Charge1:601
  • Stamp Officers a list of them 3291:339
  • Spiritous Liquors the abuse of 'em[ them]baneful1:356
  • Shelburn Lord[ William Petty]his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compen- sation[ Compensation]to Sufferers1:535

Secretarys Report about Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to a Seat in Council1:591 see index

  • Slaves against Making any1:617
  • Sermon an Injurious one of ye[ the]Bishop of Glocester[ Gloucester] [ William Warburton] 1:683
  • Sermon Oak's[ Urian Oakes]ditto1:702
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor about drawing money out of Treasury1:586
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech wherein they deny Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to sett[ sit]in Council1:581
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to the Governor about Governor Palliser's[ Hugh Palliser]Proclamation1:589

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message they Deny Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to sett[ sit]in Council1:596 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message about paying the Agent1:600
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message about Pallisers[ Hugh Palliser]proclamation1:606
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Letter to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert]which Contains the whole Argument for Excul Excluding Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]from the Council1:620
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remarks on it1:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Insist's[ Insists]on his Right to set in Council vide his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:598 see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Reason's given for Excluding him from the Council in a Letter of the House to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert] 1:620. 1:621.
  • Harrison Captain[ David Harrison]account of is Terrible shipwreck1:423
  • Huske John his Conduct Misrepresented1:510
  • Congress. their Address. Men and Petition to King, Lords & Commons1:38
  • Councellors Negativ'd[ Negatived] 1:422 1:658
  • Councellors address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:433

Councellors Message to the House wherein they deny Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to set in Council1:606 see index

  • Commons House of debates in about the Embargo on Vessels laden'd[ ladened]with Grain1:609
  • Chatham Lord[ William Pitt]His Letter to Speaker of Massachusetts Bay1:628
  • Colonies Dutiful & Loyal1:642
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Insist's[ Insists]on his Right to set in Council vide his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:598

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Reason's given for Excluding him from the Council in a Letter of the House to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert] 1:620. 1:621. see index

  • Harrison Captain[ David Harrison]account of is Terrible shipwreck1:423
  • Huske John his Conduct Misrepresented1:510
  • Hurricane a Terrible one in Martinicoe[ Martinique] 1:516
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message they Deny Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to sett[ sit]in Council1:596
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message about paying the Agent1:600
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message about Pallisers[ Hugh Palliser]proclamation1:606

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Letter to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert]which Contains the whole Argument for Excul Excluding Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]from the Council1:620 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:662
  • Regulations of the Trade in America Complain'd[ Complained]of1:6
  • Ditto1:15. 1:Ibid.

Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remarks on it1:Ibid see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Insist's[ Insists]on his Right to set in Council vide his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:598
  • Providence, Instructions to their Representative against Stamp Act.1:164
  • Providence, Their Regulation about Manufacturers &c1:772
  • Proclamation against Rioters that pull'd[ pulled]Down the Stamp Office1:176

Proclamation against Rioters at Governor Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson]House &c1:Ibid see index

  • Proclamation For a Thanksgiven for the Repeal of the Stamp Act1:455
  • Place Men Speak against Stamp Act &c when it is become an unpopular Thing1:192.
  • Parody on Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:210
  • 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

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor has a Pension.2:125 see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Why granted.2:191
  • Hood Commodore Indicted.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Commended by the Crown Lawyer's for so readily granting Writs of assistance2:557
  • 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
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor has a Pension.2:125

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Why granted.2:191 see index

  • Hood Commodore Indicted.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Commended by the Crown Lawyer's for so readily granting Writs of assistance2:557
  • Puritan Witty Letter to him shew- ing[ showing]the late measures takes its rise from France in league with Lord Bute.2:82.
  • Pensioner and Divine a Dialogue between them.2:176.
  • Pensioner and Divine Another in America besides Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:787.

Pension why granted to Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:191. see index

  • Pension Definition of.2:Ibid.
  • Philadelphia much blamed becuase they did not come earlier into the non Importation Agreement2:191.
  • Philadelphia Merchants an Ironical Letter on their conduct.2:200.
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letters to the Government wont[ will not]have his Letters Communi- cated[ Communicated].2:429
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Blamed by Mr Debert about presenting our Petitions. &c2:561
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]A Smart Letter to him from Junius Ameri- canus[ Americanus].2:710

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor censured about his pension2:218 see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor praised by the Infamous Ministry.2:288
  • & by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard].2:842
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor His History censured2:730
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Blamed by Mr Debert about presenting our Petitions. &c2:561
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]A Smart Letter to him from Junius Ameri- canus[ Americanus].2:710
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor censured about his pension2:218

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor praised by the Infamous Ministry.2:288 see index

  • & by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard].2:842
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor His History censured2:730
  • Haverhill Town of, than the Anti Rescinders2:227
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor has a Pension.2:125
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Why granted.2:191
  • Hood Commodore Indicted.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor Commended by the Crown Lawyer's for so readily granting Writs of assistance2:557 see index

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  • Address of the Council of Virginia to Lord Bottetourt's[ Norborne Berkeley]Speech.2:531
  • Address of the House of Burgesses of Virginia, on the Same.2:534.
  • Address to the City of Bristol, urging them to take Care of their Liberties.2:709

Address To the 2 Hutchinsons2:721. see index

  • Address of Doctor Musgrave[ Samuel Musgrave]who Charges several of the Ministry with being bribed into the late Peace.2:754.
  • Anecdote of Lewis[ Louis]the 13th.2:430.
  • Admiralty Court held for Trial of Sailors, who killed Lieutenant Panson their proceedings.2:521. 2:545. 2:551.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor censured about his pension2:218
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor praised by the Infamous Ministry.2:288
  • & by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard].2:842

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor His History censured2:730 see index

  • Haverhill Town of, than the Anti Rescinders2:227
  • Hero. William Tell, a great one2:279
  • Puritan Witty peices of his about Popery, meaning the Town's sending bad Represen- tatives.[ Representatives] 2:61. 2:67. 2:77.
  • Puritan Witty Letter to him shew- ing[ showing]the late measures takes its rise from France in league with Lord Bute.2:82.
  • Pensioner and Divine a Dialogue between them.2:176.

Pensioner and Divine Another in America besides Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:787. see index

  • Pension why granted to Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:191.
  • Pension Definition of.2:Ibid.
  • Philadelphia much blamed becuase they did not come earlier into the non Importation Agreement2:191.
  • Whitfield George Revd.[ Reverend]Arrives at South Carolina2:787
  • Whitfield George Revd.[ Reverend]Intends for America2:707
  • Writs of Assistance their pernicious tendency2:557

Writs of Assistance Introduced by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:Ibid see index

  • War declared by Turkey against Russia2:299. 2:372.
  • Weymouth Lord, writes a Bloody Letter to Justice Pon- ton[ Ponton], to order ye[ the]Troops to Fire on the Mob.2:472
  • Washington George, first signalized himself, & became famous in America,[ref. missing]
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Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, blamed for proroguging the General Court in obediance to Instructions3:10 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Compared to King James3:18
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Letter to the Moderator of the Merchants Meeting3:25
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His proclamation, pronounces the Meeting unlaw- ful[ unlawful] 3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, blamed for proroguging the General Court in obediance to Instructions3:10

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Compared to King James3:18 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Letter to the Moderator of the Merchants Meeting3:25
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His proclamation, pronounces the Meeting unlaw- ful[ unlawful] 3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Orders the Justices of the County of Suffolk, to attend.3:25.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, blamed for proroguging the General Court in obediance to Instructions3:10
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Compared to King James3:18

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Letter to the Moderator of the Merchants Meeting3:25 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His proclamation, pronounces the Meeting unlaw- ful[ unlawful] 3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Orders the Justices of the County of Suffolk, to attend.3:25.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Compared to King James3:18
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Letter to the Moderator of the Merchants Meeting3:25
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His proclamation, pronounces the Meeting unlaw- ful[ unlawful] 3:Ibid.

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Orders the Justices of the County of Suffolk, to attend.3:25. see index

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Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, censu- red[ censured]for calling a Town Meeting unlawful an unlawful Assembly, when he first came into Notice by one3:40 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Soliloquy3:Ibid.
  • 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 of the Massachusetts Bay, censu- red[ censured]for calling a Town Meeting unlawful an unlawful Assembly, when he first came into Notice by one3:40
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Soliloquy3:Ibid.

Hutchinson Thomas Governor Censured about his Pension3:46 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, censu- red[ censured]for calling a Town Meeting unlawful an unlawful Assembly, when he first came into Notice by one3:40
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Soliloquy3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Censured about his Pension3:46

Hutchinson Thomas Governor Prorogues the General Court to Cambridge by vertue[ virtue]of Instructions3:57 see index

  • 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
  • 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 His Soliloquy3:Ibid.
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • 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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives, about their setting at Cambridge3:70
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Would like to made a Baronet3:71
  • 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

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 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives, about their setting at Cambridge3:70
  • 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.

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. see index

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  • Commissioners Board of, Compared to Beasts3:91
  • Commissioners Board of, Their power very great and Illegal3:335
  • Commissioners Board of, Benjamin Hallowell appointed one, in the Room of Mr. Temple3:351

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], in Answer to his Speech, when He met them first at Cambridge3:69 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on keeping the Court at Cambridge &[ and]Remonstrate against it3:145
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Message to them3:151
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives, about their setting at Cambridge3:70
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Would like to made a Baronet3:71
  • to the Freemasons at a very fine one3:8
  • of the Assembly of N. Car olina[ North Carolina]to the Things against be- ing[ being]taxed by the Parliament, and ag ainst the Resolves of the Lords a nd Commons3:21
  • One urging the Ameri- ca ns[ Americans]to break off all connexions[ connections]with Great Britain, unless she repeals the Tea Act3:40

of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], when he first met the Court at Cambridge3:69 see index

  • of the House of Lords tot he Kings Speech in answer to3:74
  • 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
  • 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

Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives, about their setting at Cambridge3:70 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Would like to made a Baronet3:71
  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives, about their setting at Cambridge3:70

Hutchinson Thomas Governor Would like to made a Baronet3:71 see index

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  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay,

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Much blamed for his conduct, respecting the remo- val[ removal]of the Troops3:73 see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay,
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Much blamed for his conduct, respecting the remo- val[ removal]of the Troops3:73

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78 see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His message to the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], about repairing the Castle
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay,
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Much blamed for his conduct, respecting the remo- val[ removal]of the Troops3:73
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79 see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His message to the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], about repairing the Castle
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them about his Salary.3:Ibid
  • (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.
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Much blamed for his conduct, respecting the remo- val[ removal]of the Troops3:73
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86 see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His message to the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], about repairing the Castle
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them about his Salary.3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them, and Negatives John Han- cock[ Hancock], who was chose Speaker3:94
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council respec- ting[ repsecting]being prorogued to Cam- bridge[ Cambridge]by vertue of Instructions.3:69.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their reply to Governor Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson's]Message Respecting his Salary.3:87. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Choose John Hancock Esquire Speaker pro Tempore. 94. Refused by the Governor. Ibid. Choose Colonel Warren[ James Warren], Speaker.3:Ibid.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His message to the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], about repairing the Castle
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them about his Salary.3:Ibid

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them, and Negatives John Han- cock[ Hancock], who was chose Speaker3:94 see index

  • Colonel Warren as Speaker3:Ibid
  • Colonel Warren His Message to the Assembly, about a Riot at Gloucester, when Jesse Savil, the Informer, was Tarred and Feathered3:103
  • Colonel Warren His Answer to the House of Representatives smart answer to him for his conduct, respec- ting[ respecting]the Manufactory Hall. &c.3:103.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council respec- ting[ repsecting]being prorogued to Cam- bridge[ Cambridge]by vertue of Instructions.3:69.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their reply to Governor Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson's]Message Respecting his Salary.3:87.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Choose John Hancock Esquire Speaker pro Tempore. 94. Refused by the Governor. Ibid. Choose Colonel Warren[ James Warren], Speaker.3:Ibid.

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. see index

  • 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.
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Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, dis- proves[ disproves]of Thomas Cushing's being Commisary3:111 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Approves of Edward Sheaff as Commisary3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Blamed for his conduct to Mr Venner3:115
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, dis- proves[ disproves]of Thomas Cushing's being Commisary3:111
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Approves of Edward Sheaff as Commisary3:Ibid.

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Blamed for his conduct to Mr Venner3:115 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, dis- proves[ disproves]of Thomas Cushing's being Commisary3:111
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Approves of Edward Sheaff as Commisary3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Blamed for his conduct to Mr Venner3:115

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Approves of Edward Sheaff as Commisary3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Blamed for his conduct to Mr Venner3:115
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]tells them that he can't[ cannot]dismiss them at present3:Ibid
  • Commissioners Board of, Their power very great and Illegal3:335
  • Commissioners Board of, Benjamin Hallowell appointed one, in the Room of Mr. Temple3:351
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], in Answer to his Speech, when He met them first at Cambridge3:69

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on keeping the Court at Cambridge &[ and]Remonstrate against it3:145 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Message to them3:151
  • 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
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid.

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147 see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]tells them that he can't[ cannot]dismiss them at present3:Ibid
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the smart Message of the Council, in their answer to him, about the Courts setting at Cambridge.3:151.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, begs they would proceed to Business3:152
  • Commissioners Board of, Benjamin Hallowell appointed one, in the Room of Mr. Temple3:351
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], in Answer to his Speech, when He met them first at Cambridge3:69
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on keeping the Court at Cambridge &[ and]Remonstrate against it3:145

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Message to them3:151 see index

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  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]tells them that he can't[ cannot]dismiss them at present3:Ibid

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the smart Message of the Council, in their answer to him, about the Courts setting at Cambridge.3:151. see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, begs they would proceed to Business3:152
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]tells them that he can't[ cannot]dismiss them at present3:Ibid
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the smart Message of the Council, in their answer to him, about the Courts setting at Cambridge.3:151.

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, begs they would proceed to Business3:152 see index

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Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay their Message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], in answer to him about their Former Message3:157 see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Another3:Ibid.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:443
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:447
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Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Answer to 2 Messages of the Council respecting the Char- ter Charter3:157 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Prorogues the General Court3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court, he still In- sists[ Insists]that the Court ought to set at Cambridge, and tells them his Instructions are for the good of the province3:183.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Answer to 2 Messages of the Council respecting the Char- ter Charter3:157
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Prorogues the General Court3:Ibid

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court, he still In- sists[ Insists]that the Court ought to set at Cambridge, and tells them his Instructions are for the good of the province3:183. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Answer to 2 Messages of the Council respecting the Char- ter Charter3:157
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Prorogues the General Court3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court, he still In- sists[ Insists]that the Court ought to set at Cambridge, and tells them his Instructions are for the good of the province3:183.

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Prorogues the General Court3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court, he still In- sists[ Insists]that the Court ought to set at Cambridge, and tells them his Instructions are for the good of the province3:183.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court, he still In- sists[ Insists]that the Court ought to set at Cambridge, and tells them his Instructions are for the good of the province3:183.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250
  • Camden Lord, has a Pension3:132
  • Cutler Ebenezer detected in conveying away Goods from Lillie the Importer's, with an Account of the proceedings of the People, Relative to his Conduct. &c.3:159
  • Cutler Ebenezer Sues Mr Peirpont &c. a Committee Man, for detain- ing[ detaining]his Goods. &c.3:209

Chatterer, a Smart Writer against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s proceed- ings[ proceedings]with regard to his detaining ye[ the]Court at Cambridge3:194 see index

  • Chatterer against Crown Of- ficers[ Officers] 3:201
  • Chatterer Another piece3:208
  • Cold Water, the Pernicious effects of drinking too much in hot weather. &c.3:212.
  • Collector Harrison, a great enemy to the Colonies, an Account of his Life.3:223.

Castle William, Surrende- red[ Surrendered]to the Regular Troops, by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:242 see index

  • Castle William On the Surrender3:443.
  • Castle William Governor Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]say's he would not have delivered it up, on any Account, or by any Order3:253 3:249.
  • Castle William Why ordered to be Surrender'd[ Surrendered]- the Reasons given by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:283
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court acquaints them that he has delivered up the Castle &c.3:254
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court acquaints them that he has delivered up the Castle &c.3:254
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], tells them he cant remove the Court, but they may set elsewhere. &c. (up)3:267
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court acquaints them that he has delivered up the Castle &c.3:254
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], tells them he cant remove the Court, but they may set elsewhere. &c. (up)3:267
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court acquaints them that he has delivered up the Castle &c.3:254 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], tells them he cant remove the Court, but they may set elsewhere. &c. (up)3:267
  • Debates in the City of London vide under London City of
  • Deists what they maintain3:215
  • Dowager vid Princess Dow- ager[ Dowager]

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 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court acquaints them that he has delivered up the Castle &c.3:254

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], tells them he cant remove the Court, but they may set elsewhere. &c. (up)3:267 see index

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  • Castle William, Surrende- red[ Surrendered]to the Regular Troops, by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:242
  • Castle William On the Surrender3:443.
  • Castle William Governor Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]say's he would not have delivered it up, on any Account, or by any Order3:253 3:249.

Castle William Why ordered to be Surrender'd[ Surrendered]- the Reasons given by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:283 see index

  • 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
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Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his Message to the House of Representatives, in answer to their Message, respec- ting[ respecting]the delivery of the Castle, he tells them he had a right by Charter, to do what he did3:283 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Another Message on the same3:294
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Called a Second Barnard3:288
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his Message to the House of Representatives, in answer to their Message, respec- ting[ respecting]the delivery of the Castle, he tells them he had a right by Charter, to do what he did3:283
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Another Message on the same3:294

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Called a Second Barnard3:288 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302.
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Letter from the Duke of Cumberland to Lady Grosvenor3:309
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enumerating his political Crimes3:279
  • Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283

Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288 see index

  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309
  • Letter Another3:424.
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his Message to the House of Representatives, in answer to their Message, respec- ting[ respecting]the delivery of the Castle, he tells them he had a right by Charter, to do what he did3:283

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Another Message on the same3:294 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Called a Second Barnard3:288
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his Message to the House of Representatives, in answer to their Message, respec- ting[ respecting]the delivery of the Castle, he tells them he had a right by Charter, to do what he did3:283
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Another Message on the same3:294
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Called a Second Barnard3:288

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Called a Second Barnard3:288
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid.

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302.

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A God father to Mr Apthorp s child3:372
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A God father to Mr Apthorp s child3:372
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to Commodore Gam- bier[ James Gambier]s child3:393
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A God father to Mr Apthorp s child3:372
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to Commodore Gam- bier[ James Gambier]s child3:393
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Proved to be a Tool, and how the History of his Administration will be han- ded[ handed]down &c.3:377
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A God father to Mr Apthorp s child3:372 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to Commodore Gam- bier[ James Gambier]s child3:393
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Proved to be a Tool, and how the History of his Administration will be han- ded[ handed]down &c.3:377
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A God father to Mr Apthorp s child3:372
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to Commodore Gam- bier[ James Gambier]s child3:393

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Proved to be a Tool, and how the History of his Administration will be han- ded[ handed]down &c.3:377 see index

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  • Independency of American Crown officers, a great Grie- vance[ Grievance] 3:447. 3:521.
  • Independency The end it will Answer.3:556
  • Independency Will enslave the Colonies3:575 3:576 3:610 3:614

Johannes in Eremo, an Excellent peice, on Hutchin- son's[ Thomas Hutchinson]being governed by Instruc- tions[ Instructions], keeping the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:377 see index

  • Johannes in Eremo, Queries addressed to him, about our subjection &c.3:391
  • Johannes in Eremo, His queries on the same subject3:413
  • Johannes in Eremo, His Answer to the Queries, wherein he shows on what Foundation our subjec- tion[ subjection]to the King of England rests on, namely our Charter. &c.3:444. 3:453.
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Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Severely censured by Johannes in Eremo, for adhering to Instructions, keeping the Court at Cambridge, having a pension &c. &c.3:386 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Smart Poem, on his Love of Power. &c.3:392.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, On his being God- father3:409. 3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Severely censured by Johannes in Eremo, for adhering to Instructions, keeping the Court at Cambridge, having a pension &c. &c.3:386

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Smart Poem, on his Love of Power. &c.3:392. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, On his being God- father3:409. 3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Salary3:351
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A Tool to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:363
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, A God father to Mr Apthorp s child3:372

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, to Commodore Gam- bier[ James Gambier]s child3:393 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Proved to be a Tool, and how the History of his Administration will be han- ded[ handed]down &c.3:377
  • Address of the House of Lords to the King on the Convention with Spain3:442
  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his advance- ment[ advancement]to the Government3:443
  • Address to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay urging them to choose veterans in the Cause of Liberty, and to beware of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c3:457

Address Another to the same Electors, comments on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Speech &c3:401 see index

  • Address Another to the Freeholders of Massachusetts Bay, urging them to choose firm Friends to liberty &c.3:Ibid.
  • Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay, asserting that the Parliam ent of Great Britain have to rig hts to make any Laws binding on America3:467
  • Address Another to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay taining a great encomium Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] [pg # gone]
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Severely censured by Johannes in Eremo, for adhering to Instructions, keeping the Court at Cambridge, having a pension &c. &c.3:386
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Smart Poem, on his Love of Power. &c.3:392.

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, On his being God- father3:409. 3:418 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Severely censured by Johannes in Eremo, for adhering to Instructions, keeping the Court at Cambridge, having a pension &c. &c.3:386
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Smart Poem, on his Love of Power. &c.3:392.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, On his being God- father3:409. 3:418

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Severe Acrostic on his being proclaimed.3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Smart Poem, on his Love of Power. &c.3:392.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, On his being God- father3:409. 3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Ambassador French, Count de Guigne, leaves London ab- ruptley abruptly and goes to France.3:589
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, On his being God- father3:409. 3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423 see index

  • 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
  • Thunder Terrible, Broke on a Ma- gazine[ Magazine]& produced terrible Consequences.3:418.
  • Trethotick Barlow, chose Lord Mayor London. 209.
  • Temple John the Commissioner dismist[ dismissed]from the Board.3:265.

Toasts given out in Com- pany[ Company]of Gentlemen, when Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]Commission was Reading.3:423. see index

  • Trade Acts. vid Acts of Trade.
  • Treasurers of the Province of South Carolina, Commit ted[ Committed]to Goal[ Jail]for Contempt of the House &c.3:619.
  • Trowbridge. Edmund Judge, his Charge to the Jury on the Trial of the Soldiers.3:963.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 see index

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

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Superior Courts address.3:426 see index

  • 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
  • Hampden, &[ and]other glorious Patriots, the Freedom we now enjoy, owing in a great measure to them, - Imprisoned, rather than pay an Illegal Tax of 3/3:205.
  • Harrison Mr. Collector, a great enemy of the Colonies, an Account of his Life3:223
  • Haverhill, Town of, In- struct[ Instruct]their Member, to vote to proceed to Business at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge] 3:259.

Hutchinson, Foster, made a Judge of the Superior Court3:427 see index

  • Horne John Reverend his Letter to Mr Wilkes[ John Wilkes], gives him a bad Character3:525
  • Horne John Reverend Another Letter of his to Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes], gives a his- tory[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights, and draws a Shocking Character of Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes] 3:547
  • Hottest Day for 22 Years past3:537
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his answer to the Address of the Associated Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston3:426

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Lawyers Address3:427 see index

  • 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 Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433
  • Judges, of the Superior Court, a Paper posted up against them3:329 3:336
  • Judges, vid the Proclamation.
  • Judges, Lord Mansfield, &[ and]Baron Smyth, a motion made in the House of Commons, to enquire into their Conduct.3:396

Judges, &[ and]Justices, the First made, since Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], came to the Chair3:427 see index

  • Information by the Kings Attorney against Criminals, that made un- constitutional[ unconstitutional] 3:205 3:395. 3:402.a Modern practice3:395. 3:402
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his answer to the Address of the Associated Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston3:426
  • 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 see index

  • 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 Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, his answer to the Address of the Associated Mi- nisters[ Ministers]of Boston3:426
  • 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 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435
  • 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 Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435
  • Proclamation in Fa- vor[ Favor]of Barnes the Importer3:158.
  • Proclamation Against those who broke Mr. Huttons Win- dows[ Windows.] 3:153.
  • Proclamation Against the Authors of a Paper, Posted up against the Judges of the Superior Court.3:374.

Proclamation of Governor Hut- chinson[ Hutchinson], to discountenance vice. &c.3:433. see index

  • Proclamation of the same to raise Recruits for the King.3:441.
  • 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.
  • 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 Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437
  • 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.
  • 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) see index

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Address of the Corporation of Harvard College to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Goverment3:435 see index

  • Address of the House of Lords to the King on the Convention with Spain3:442
  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his advance- ment[ advancement]to the Government3:443
  • Address to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay urging them to choose veterans in the Cause of Liberty, and to beware of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c3:457
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Invited to an entertainment at Harvard College, an account of the Parade, anthem &c. on the occasion3:441
  • 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 Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Puts out a Pro- clamation[ Proclamation]to discountence vice &c.3:433
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Said to be only a Witness, not a God-father to Apthorps Child &c.3:434
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Invited to an entertainment at Harvard College, an account of the Parade, anthem &c. on the occasion3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Issues a procla- mation[ proclamation], to recruit the Kings Troops3:Ibid
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College. Harvard Corpo- ration[ Corporation]of, Invite Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]there, with an account of the parade, anthem &c.3:441 see index

  • College. Harvard Corpo- ration[ Corporation]of, Confer a Doctors degree on the Reverend Mr. Apple- ton[ Appleton] 3:517
  • Comet appears3:51. 3:159. 3:245
  • Comet A particular account of it and all the comets with an3:51Account of their distances &c.3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Addressof Mr Moorheads Church3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Invited to an entertainment at Harvard College, an account of the Parade, anthem &c. on the occasion3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Issues a procla- mation[ proclamation], to recruit the Kings Troops3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to the Address of Corporation of Harvard College3:435
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Invited to an entertainment at Harvard College, an account of the Parade, anthem &c. on the occasion3:441 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Issues a procla- mation[ proclamation], to recruit the Kings Troops3:Ibid
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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.
  • Address of the Corporation of Harvard College to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Goverment3:435
  • Address of the House of Lords to the King on the Convention with Spain3:442

Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his advance- ment[ advancement]to the Government3:443 see index

  • Address to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay urging them to choose veterans in the Cause of Liberty, and to beware of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c3:457
  • Address Another to the same Electors, comments on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Speech &c3:401
  • Address Another to the Freeholders of Massachusetts Bay, urging them to choose firm Friends to liberty &c.3:Ibid.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay their Message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], in answer to him about their Former Message3:157
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Another3:Ibid.

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:443 see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:447
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:492
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s conduct about his deposition3:529
  • 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

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Answer to the Address of Council3:443 see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Family Con- nexions[ Connexions], with the offices they hold &c.3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461
  • Address of the Corporation of Harvard College to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Goverment3:435
  • Address of the House of Lords to the King on the Convention with Spain3:442
  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his advance- ment[ advancement]to the Government3:443

Address to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay urging them to choose veterans in the Cause of Liberty, and to beware of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c3:457 see index

  • Address Another to the same Electors, comments on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Speech &c3:401
  • Address Another to the Freeholders of Massachusetts Bay, urging them to choose firm Friends to liberty &c.3:Ibid.
  • Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay, asserting that the Parliam ent of Great Britain have to rig hts to make any Laws binding on America3:467
  • Expence of the War in America, what it Cost Great Britain3:317
  • Expence of Great Britain what it cost her, in preparing for a War with Spain, on acc- ount[ account]of her taking Falkland's Island's3:450
  • Election of the Freeholders of the County of Middlesex, their Rights Struck at, by the House of Commons, and what they did very Illegal, vid. Sr. William Merideths Speech3:398.

Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, urging, them to choose veterans in the Cause of liberty, and to watch Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:457 see index

  • Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, Another, to them3:461
  • Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, Another, to them3:Ibid.
  • Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, Another, to them, Asserting that the Parliament of Great Britain, have no right to make Laws for America3:467(up)
  • 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.

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Exerted himself to Execute the Stamp Act3:479
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Exerted himself to Execute the Stamp Act3:479
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay As Bad as Governor Barnard3:Ibid
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Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, containing a great encomium on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:473 see index

  • Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, Another, to them on ye[ the]Surrender of Castle Will.[ William]&c.3:475
  • Earl of Halifax dies3:536
  • Earth opening &[ and]swallowing Person's at Quebec3:601
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Family Con- nexions[ Connexions], with the offices they hold &c.3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Exerted himself to Execute the Stamp Act3:479
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay As Bad as Governor Barnard3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Speech to the General Court, tells them of Trespasser on the Kings Woods, and mentions the state of the Militia3:485
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Exerted himself to Execute the Stamp Act3:479 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay As Bad as Governor Barnard3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Speech to the General Court, tells them of Trespasser on the Kings Woods, and mentions the state of the Militia3:485
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Exerted himself to Execute the Stamp Act3:479
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay As Bad as Governor Barnard3:Ibid

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Speech to the General Court, tells them of Trespasser on the Kings Woods, and mentions the state of the Militia3:485 see index

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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
  • Address of the Borough of Honiton to the Lord Mayor in the Tower3:480.
  • Address of the Clergy in the South part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Government3:488.

Address of the Clergy in North Part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],on on the same.3:488 see index

  • Address of the Town of Almsbury to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:489
  • Address at the Anniversary of building the Orphan House in Georgia, containing an encomium on Mr. Whitfield, &c3:496
  • Address of the Borough of Honiton to the Lord Mayor in the Tower3:480.

Address of the Clergy in the South part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Government3:488. see index

  • Address of the Clergy in North Part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],on on the same.3:488
  • Address of the Town of Almsbury to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:489
  • 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

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 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489
  • Address of the Clergy in the South part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Government3:488.
  • Address of the Clergy in North Part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],on on the same.3:488
  • Address of the Town of Almsbury to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:Ibid.

Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:489 see index

  • Address at the Anniversary of building the Orphan House in Georgia, containing an encomium on Mr. Whitfield, &c3:496
  • Address of the Covention to to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commented on, by Candidus3:492,3:497,3:504,3:5055[pg # gone]
  • Address to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], an Ironical one, in imitation of the Quakers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].3:575
  • Convention with Spain, Declared Infamous in the House of Commons3:438
  • Court of Oyer &[ and]Terminier held at North Carolina, to try Regulations3:474
  • Convention with Spain, of Sessions of the County of Suffolk, note not to defrey the Charges of the Jurys, on the Trial of Captain Preston &c3:476

Convention of the Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, their Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:489 see index

  • Convention of the Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, Number who add- res't[ Addressed] 3:492
  • Clergy Dissenting, the Num- ber[ Number]supposed to be in this Pro- vince[ Province] 3:497
  • 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

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the House of Representatives on their answer to him on his Speech3:499
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, As Great an ene- my[ enemy]to our Rights, as Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]was3:505
  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the House of Representatives on their answer to him on his Speech3:499
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, As Great an ene- my[ enemy]to our Rights, as Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]was3:505
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives, tells them he is Instructed not to consent to any Money bill, un less[ unless]the Crown officers are ex- empted[ exempted]from being taxed on their Commissions3:508
  • Address of the Town of Almsbury to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:Ibid.
  • Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:489
  • Address at the Anniversary of building the Orphan House in Georgia, containing an encomium on Mr. Whitfield, &c3:496

Address of the Covention to to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commented on, by Candidus3:492,3:497,3:504,3:5055[pg # gone] see index

  • Address to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], an Ironical one, in imitation of the Quakers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].3:575
  • Address of the Roman Ca- tholics[ Catholics]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], being urlesque on the late address by him3:522
  • Address a Model for One.3:540
  • Numbers in America3:161. 3:704.
  • Numbers in America of Men, raised last War by this Province.3:249.
  • Numbers in America in Great Britain France &[ and]Spain.3:384.

Numbers in America of Ministers at the Convention, who addressed Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:492 see index

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  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Town of Alms- bury[ Almsbury] 3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the House of Representatives on their answer to him on his Speech3:499 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, As Great an ene- my[ enemy]to our Rights, as Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]was3:505
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives, tells them he is Instructed not to consent to any Money bill, un less[ unless]the Crown officers are ex- empted[ exempted]from being taxed on their Commissions3:508
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the House of Representatives on their answer to him on his Speech3:499

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, As Great an ene- my[ enemy]to our Rights, as Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]was3:505 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives, tells them he is Instructed not to consent to any Money bill, un less[ unless]the Crown officers are ex- empted[ exempted]from being taxed on their Commissions3:508
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the House of Representatives on their answer to him on his Speech3:499
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, As Great an ene- my[ enemy]to our Rights, as Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]was3:505

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives, tells them he is Instructed not to consent to any Money bill, un less[ unless]the Crown officers are ex- empted[ exempted]from being taxed on their Commissions3:508 see index

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Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Speech when he prorogued the General Court, he tells them he dont like the Protest of the House, and Justifies his refu- sal[ refusal]of the Grants made to the Agents and commends the In- structions[ Instructions]about exempting the Crown officers from being taxed3:508. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Short Message to the House of[ Representatives]in answer to their Message, wherein they desire he would meet the Court in October3:509
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to be a Sworn Enemy to our Rights &[ and]Pri- vileges[ Privileges] 3:522.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Speech when he prorogued the General Court, he tells them he dont like the Protest of the House, and Justifies his refu- sal[ refusal]of the Grants made to the Agents and commends the In- structions[ Instructions]about exempting the Crown officers from being taxed3:508.

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Short Message to the House of[ Representatives]in answer to their Message, wherein they desire he would meet the Court in October3:509 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to be a Sworn Enemy to our Rights &[ and]Pri- vileges[ Privileges] 3:522.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576
  • Tryon William, Defeats the Regulators, his Orders after the Battle. Etc.3:495.
  • Tryon William, His Letter; giving a particular account of the Defeat of the Regulators.3:504.
  • Tryon William, Marches into the Plantations of Regulators & destroys them; Returns home.3:514.

Tryon William, An Ironical Address to him, in Imitation of the Quakers Address to Governor Hutchinson.3:515. see index

  • Tryon William, His Answer to the Petition of the Regulators just before the Battle, requires them to deliver up the Out- laws[ Outlaws], and to lay down their Arms. Etc. said to have Fired on the Regula- tors[ Regulators]before the Time was ex- pired.[ expired]Etc.3:519.
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Address at the Anniversary of building the Orphan House in Georgia, containing an encomium on Mr. Whitfield, &c3:496
  • Address of the Covention to to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commented on, by Candidus3:492,3:497,3:504,3:5055[pg # gone]
  • Address to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], an Ironical one, in imitation of the Quakers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].3:575

Address of the Roman Ca- tholics[ Catholics]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], being urlesque on the late address by him3:522 see index

  • Address a Model for One.3:540
  • Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], a very modest sensible one, urging (up)
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Speech when he prorogued the General Court, he tells them he dont like the Protest of the House, and Justifies his refu- sal[ refusal]of the Grants made to the Agents and commends the In- structions[ Instructions]about exempting the Crown officers from being taxed3:508.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Short Message to the House of[ Representatives]in answer to their Message, wherein they desire he would meet the Court in October3:509

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to be a Sworn Enemy to our Rights &[ and]Pri- vileges[ Privileges] 3:522. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid
  • 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

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Sends a Letter to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], he commends Mr. Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c.3:529 see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on the Independency of Governor Judges &c.3:575
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from the same, on the Promotion of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver] 3:588
  • Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517
  • Letter Another from the same, to the same, on the same subject3:521.
  • Letter From John Horne, to John Wilkes : draws Wilke's Character &c.3:525.

Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commends Andrew Oliver, and notifies his appointment to be Lieutenant Governor3:529 see index

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  • Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:489
  • Address at the Anniversary of building the Orphan House in Georgia, containing an encomium on Mr. Whitfield, &c3:496
  • Address of the Covention to to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commented on, by Candidus3:492,3:497,3:504,3:5055[pg # gone]

Address to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], an Ironical one, in imitation of the Quakers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].3:575 see index

  • Address of the Roman Ca- tholics[ Catholics]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], being urlesque on the late address by him3:522
  • Address a Model for One.3:540
  • Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], a very modest sensible one, urging (up)
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Short Message to the House of[ Representatives]in answer to their Message, wherein they desire he would meet the Court in October3:509
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to be a Sworn Enemy to our Rights &[ and]Pri- vileges[ Privileges] 3:522.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His History cen- sured[ censured], his opinion of the liberty of the Americans and their Subjection to the Parent State, clashes with Mr Locks3:591
  • 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
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Sends a Letter to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], he commends Mr. Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c.3:529
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on the Independency of Governor Judges &c.3:575

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from the same, on the Promotion of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver] 3:588 see index

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  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His History cen- sured[ censured], his opinion of the liberty of the Americans and their Subjection to the Parent State, clashes with Mr Locks3:591
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Much blamed about a proclamation Issued by him, for a Thanksgiving3:598. 3:603
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Compared to Jerobo- am[ Jeroboam]on that account3:602
  • 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
  • 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 see index

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

  • Letter One, Giving an Account of some expressions used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c.3:598
  • Letter Another.3:639
  • Lords, a List of Patriot Ones3:74.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His History cen- sured[ censured], his opinion of the liberty of the Americans and their Subjection to the Parent State, clashes with Mr Locks3:591 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Much blamed about a proclamation Issued by him, for a Thanksgiving3:598. 3:603
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Compared to Jerobo- am[ Jeroboam]on that account3:602
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His History cen- sured[ censured], his opinion of the liberty of the Americans and their Subjection to the Parent State, clashes with Mr Locks3:591

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Much blamed about a proclamation Issued by him, for a Thanksgiving3:598. 3:603 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Compared to Jerobo- am[ Jeroboam]on that account3:602
  • Proclamation of Governor Hut- chinson[ Hutchinson], to discountenance vice. &c.3:433.
  • Proclamation of the same to raise Recruits for the King.3:441.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His History cen- sured[ censured], his opinion of the liberty of the Americans and their Subjection to the Parent State, clashes with Mr Locks3:591
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Much blamed about a proclamation Issued by him, for a Thanksgiving3:598. 3:603

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Compared to Jerobo- am[ Jeroboam]on that account3:602 see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, by receiving his pay from the Crown, and thereby becom- ing[ becoming]Independent of the Peo ple, he is become a Usur- per[ Usurper], and ought to be punished &c. asserted by Mucious Scævo- la[ Scævola] 3:612

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He lays the above Paper before the Council3:611 see index

  • 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
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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, by receiving his pay from the Crown, and thereby becom- ing[ becoming]Independent of the Peo ple, he is become a Usur- per[ Usurper], and ought to be punished &c. asserted by Mucious Scævo- la[ Scævola] 3:612 see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He lays the above Paper before the Council3:611
  • 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.
  • Martin Henry, appointed Governor of North Carolina, in the Room of Tryon[ William Tryon] 3:385.
  • Mucious Scævola, an excell- ent[ excellent]peice[ piece]of his on the Inde- pendency[ Independency]of British Ameri- can[ American]Colonies, and on our Charter3:413.
  • Mucious Scævola, His peice[ piece]on the Conduct of Andrew Oliver relative to his deposition. &c; defines what a Traytor[ Traitor], and Pe r jury[ Perjury]is, and proves that Junius Americanus's Asser- tion[ Assertion], respecting him, is well Supported3:594.

Mucious Scævola, He declares that Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], by Ac- cepting[ Accepting]his pay from the King, and becoming Independent of the People, is no legal Governor but an Usurper, and ought to be punished. &c.3:612. see index

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

  • Address to the British Par- liament[ Parliament]by an American, showing the Folly of oppressing America, She must, and finally will be Independent &c.3:627
  • Address to the King from an American, on the oppressions of Americans, shows what their Notions of Liberty are. &c.3:629
  • Address by American Solon to the Americans, on account of their Liberties, urges them (up)
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, by receiving his pay from the Crown, and thereby becom- ing[ becoming]Independent of the Peo ple, he is become a Usur- per[ Usurper], and ought to be punished &c. asserted by Mucious Scævo- la[ Scævola] 3:612
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He lays the above Paper before the Council3:611

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to him, a very Severe one3:614 see index

  • 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
  • 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 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

Address of the Judges of the Superior Court on the same, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid. see index

  • 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.
  • 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
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Address of the Lawyers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same3: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.

Address of the Lawyers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same3:Ibid. see index

  • 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.
  • Address of the Borough of Honiton to the Lord Mayor in the Tower3:480.
  • Address of the Clergy in the South part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]on his ad- vancement[ advancement]to the Government3:488.
  • Address of the Clergy in North Part of the Country of Hampshire to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],on on the same.3:488

Address of the Town of Almsbury to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:Ibid. see index

  • Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on the same.3:489
  • Address at the Anniversary of building the Orphan House in Georgia, containing an encomium on Mr. Whitfield, &c3:496
  • Address of the Covention to to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commented on, by Candidus3:492,3:497,3:504,3:5055[pg # gone]
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, dis- proves[ disproves]of Thomas Cushing's being Commisary3:111

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Approves of Edward Sheaff as Commisary3:Ibid. see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Blamed for his conduct to Mr Venner3:115
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]tells them that he can't[ cannot]dismiss them at present3:Ibid see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the smart Message of the Council, in their answer to him, about the Courts setting at Cambridge.3:151.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, begs they would proceed to Business3:152
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Blamed for his conduct to Mr Venner3:115
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court at Cambridge on opening the Sessions3:134
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representatives, their verbal request to him, desiring to See his Instructions: he tells them he can't[ cannot]shew[ show]his Instructions, and will let them set any where in Cambridge, but not out off it3:138

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Message to the House of Representations in answer to theirs, he tells them, he can't[ cannot]remove them, begs they would pro- ceed to Business, &c.3:Ibid. see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Councils Address to him about setting a Cambridge3:147
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]tells them that he can't[ cannot]dismiss them at present3:Ibid
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Answer to the smart Message of the Council, in their answer to him, about the Courts setting at Cambridge.3:151.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, blamed for proroguging the General Court in obediance to Instructions3:10
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Compared to King James3:18
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His Letter to the Moderator of the Merchants Meeting3:25

Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His proclamation, pronounces the Meeting unlaw- ful[ unlawful] 3:Ibid. see index

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Orders the Justices of the County of Suffolk, to attend.3:25.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Exerted himself to Execute the Stamp Act3:479

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay As Bad as Governor Barnard3:Ibid see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Speech to the General Court, tells them of Trespasser on the Kings Woods, and mentions the state of the Militia3:485
  • 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
  • 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. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay His Jesuitical Answer, to a Message from the House of Representatives, de- siring[ desiring]he would Inform them about his pay from the Crown, in which Answer, he sneers at the word Commons, as applied to our Representatives, and tells them that they King, Lords &[ and]Commons, are our supreme Legislator; and dissolves the Court3:458
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay He Acknowledges a Right in the British Par- liament[ Parliament]to makes us slaves3:461
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay A Great En- comium[ Encomium]on him3:473
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Another Message on the same3:294
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Called a Second Barnard3:288
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Answer to both Houses, Refuses to appoint a Fast3:299

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to Both Houses, about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills3:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives on the same3:302.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Message to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message's about the Stile[ Style]in Forming Bills about the Militia; de- livery[ delivery]of the Castle, &c.3:315
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Appointed Chief Governor3:345
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Invited to an entertainment at Harvard College, an account of the Parade, anthem &c. on the occasion3:441

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Issues a procla- mation[ proclamation], to recruit the Kings Troops3:Ibid see index

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  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His message to the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], about repairing the Castle

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them about his Salary.3:Ibid see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them, and Negatives John Han- cock[ Hancock], who was chose Speaker3:94
  • Colonel Warren as Speaker3:Ibid
  • Colonel Warren His Message to the Assembly, about a Riot at Gloucester, when Jesse Savil, the Informer, was Tarred and Feathered3:103
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, censu- red[ censured]for calling a Town Meeting unlawful an unlawful Assembly, when he first came into Notice by one3:40

Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Soliloquy3:Ibid. see index

  • 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 of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission, as Governor Arrives3:418
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, A Severe Acrostic on his being proclaimed.3:Ibid see index

  • 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, Said to be a Sworn Enemy to our Rights &[ and]Pri- vileges[ Privileges] 3:522.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His History cen- sured[ censured], his opinion of the liberty of the Americans and their Subjection to the Parent State, clashes with Mr Locks3:591
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Much blamed about a proclamation Issued by him, for a Thanksgiving3:598. 3:603
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Town of Alms- bury[ Almsbury] 3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Convention of Ministers of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay3:489
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for being at a Luxurious Entertainment3:491
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the House of Representatives on their answer to him on his Speech3:499
  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Censured for accep- ting[ accepting]a pension, vid. a Vision3:421
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Answer to 2 Messages of the Council respecting the Char- ter Charter3:157

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Prorogues the General Court3:Ibid see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court, he still In- sists[ Insists]that the Court ought to set at Cambridge, and tells them his Instructions are for the good of the province3:183.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • =|| 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
  • Address Another to the same Electors, comments on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Speech &c3:401
  • Address Another to the Freeholders of Massachusetts Bay, urging them to choose firm Friends to liberty &c.3:Ibid.
  • Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay, asserting that the Parliam ent of Great Britain have to rig hts to make any Laws binding on America3:467

Address Another to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay taining a great encomium Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] [pg # gone] see index

  • Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay on taking Castle &c.3:475
  • to take care of t ties, and to begin a Plan for their Independency &c.
  • Addressing of Governor chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], will be of bad sequence[pg # gone]

Addresses to Governor Hutch inson[ Thomas Hutchinson]by the Clergy, a Verse on[pg # gone] see index

  • Addresses to Great America, commented on Assembly of New Y ork Duration of[pg # gone]
  • Agreement of the Bo Ladies not to drink unless ye[ the]Tea Act. &c3:35,3:41 [pg # gone]
  • Agreement of the Mer chants[ Merchants]for Non Importa tion[ Importation], first broke by the Merchants of New York.[pg # gone]
  • to take care of t ties, and to begin a Plan for their Independency &c.

Addressing of Governor chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], will be of bad sequence[pg # gone] see index

  • Addresses to Governor Hutch inson[ Thomas Hutchinson]by the Clergy, a Verse on[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Great America, commented on Assembly of New Y ork Duration of[pg # gone]
  • Agreement of the Bo Ladies not to drink unless ye[ the]Tea Act. &c3:35,3:41 [pg # gone]
  • Address to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], an Ironical one, in imitation of the Quakers to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].3:575
  • Address of the Roman Ca- tholics[ Catholics]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], being urlesque on the late address by him3:522
  • Address a Model for One.3:540

Address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], a very modest sensible one, urging (up) see index

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  • Gray Harrison, a hum rela- tive[ relative]to him, respecting the Widow Mayhew3:39
  • Governors, when paid by the People are under their control3:67

Governors Appointed vid Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&[ and]Oliver[ Andrew Oliver] see index

  • Governors New Appointed3:385
  • Governors Made Independent of the People, First began at New York3:Ibid.
  • Governors Governors &[ and]other Officers, when paid by the Crown, will become In- dependent[ Independent]of the People, and their Slavery will then be complete3:521. 3:575. 3:576
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His message to the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], about repairing the Castle see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them about his Salary.3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor His Message to them, and Negatives John Han- cock[ Hancock], who was chose Speaker3:94
  • Colonel Warren as Speaker3:Ibid
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Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Much blamed for his conduct, respecting the remo- val[ removal]of the Troops3:73
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Proclaimed Governor3:423
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Superior Courts address.3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, his Speech when he prorogued the General Court, he tells them he dont like the Protest of the House, and Justifies his refu- sal[ refusal]of the Grants made to the Agents and commends the In- structions[ Instructions]about exempting the Crown officers from being taxed3:508.
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Short Message to the House of[ Representatives]in answer to their Message, wherein they desire he would meet the Court in October3:509
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to be a Sworn Enemy to our Rights &[ and]Pri- vileges[ Privileges] 3:522.

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Commission as vice Admiral arrives 554 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Receives a War- rant[ Warrant]from England for his Salary, whereby he becomes Independent of the People, consequently a Tyrant3:576
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He is the First Pensioner in America, and the First Independent Governor3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Said to have betrayed the Liberties of his Country &c.3:588
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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, on his prorogu- ing[ proroguing]the Court.4:3. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, dismisses Justice Green- leaf[ Joseph Greenleaf]from his office.4:7.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he is the first Governor paid by the Crown.4:8.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, on his prorogu- ing[ proroguing]the Court.4:3.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, dismisses Justice Green- leaf[ Joseph Greenleaf]from his office.4:7. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he is the first Governor paid by the Crown.4:8.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his History not friend- ly[ friendly]to his Country.4:28.
  • 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. see index

  • Proclamation one, Issued by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], requiring the inhabitants of Boston &c, in Town meeting to disperse, &c.4:407.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, on his prorogu- ing[ proroguing]the Court.4:3.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, dismisses Justice Green- leaf[ Joseph Greenleaf]from his office.4:7.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he is the first Governor paid by the Crown.4:8. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his History not friend- ly[ friendly]to his Country.4:28.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured for going to the Superior Court to hear himself praised. &c,4:33.
  • Address from an American, to Eng- land[ England], Scotland, &c, on the present state of Af- fairs[ Affairs], owing to a bad Ministry. page4:1.
  • Address From American Solon, to the people of Great Britian, on the impolitic mea- sure[ measure]of taxing the Colonies, &c.4:15.
  • Address From a Lady, to the Queen, on the Oppressions of America.4:16.

Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s In- dependency[ Independency], &c.4:19. 4:24. 4:43. 4:48. 4:52. 4:119. see index

  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, in answer to queries rela- tive[ relative]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Independency, &c.4:28.
  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, urging them to make en- quiry[ enquiry]whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32.
  • Address To the same, on the power of Parliament, &c.4:36.
  • Address From American Solon, to the people of Great Britian, on the impolitic mea- sure[ measure]of taxing the Colonies, &c.4:15.
  • Address From a Lady, to the Queen, on the Oppressions of America.4:16.
  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s In- dependency[ Independency], &c.4:19. 4:24. 4:43. 4:48. 4:52. 4:119.

Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, in answer to queries rela- tive[ relative]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Independency, &c.4:28. see index

  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, urging them to make en- quiry[ enquiry]whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32.
  • Address To the same, on the power of Parliament, &c.4:36.
  • Address To the same, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s refusing to let the Court meet, &c4:39.
  • Electors free of the Massachusetts bay, an address to them, on the Governors independ- ancy[ independancy], &c,4:19.
  • Electors another, on the same.4:24.

Electors another, in answer to queries respecting Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy, &c,4:28. see index

  • Electors another, to promote a strict enquiry whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32.
  • Electors Another, to them, on the power of Parliament, &c,4:36.
  • Electors another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s prog prorouging proroguing, and not letting them meet.4:39.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, dismisses Justice Green- leaf[ Joseph Greenleaf]from his office.4:7.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he is the first Governor paid by the Crown.4:8.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his History not friend- ly[ friendly]to his Country.4:28. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured for going to the Superior Court to hear himself praised. &c,4:33.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his sentiments on the al- teration[ alteration]&c, of Charters.4:43.
  • Address From a Lady, to the Queen, on the Oppressions of America.4:16.
  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s In- dependency[ Independency], &c.4:19. 4:24. 4:43. 4:48. 4:52. 4:119.
  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, in answer to queries rela- tive[ relative]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Independency, &c.4:28.

Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, urging them to make en- quiry[ enquiry]whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32. see index

  • Address To the same, on the power of Parliament, &c.4:36.
  • Address To the same, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s refusing to let the Court meet, &c4:39.
  • Address From the Commons of Geor- gia[ Georgia]to the President.4:95.
  • Electors free of the Massachusetts bay, an address to them, on the Governors independ- ancy[ independancy], &c,4:19.
  • Electors another, on the same.4:24.
  • Electors another, in answer to queries respecting Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy, &c,4:28.

Electors another, to promote a strict enquiry whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32. see index

  • Electors Another, to them, on the power of Parliament, &c,4:36.
  • Electors another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s prog prorouging proroguing, and not letting them meet.4:39.
  • Electors Another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy. &c4:43,4:48,4:52.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he is the first Governor paid by the Crown.4:8.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his History not friend- ly[ friendly]to his Country.4:28.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured for going to the Superior Court to hear himself praised. &c,4:33. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his sentiments on the al- teration[ alteration]&c, of Charters.4:43.
  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, in answer to queries rela- tive[ relative]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Independency, &c.4:28.
  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts bay, urging them to make en- quiry[ enquiry]whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32.
  • Address To the same, on the power of Parliament, &c.4:36.

Address To the same, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s refusing to let the Court meet, &c4:39. see index

  • Address From the Commons of Geor- gia[ Georgia]to the President.4:95.
  • Address To the People of America, from an American, urging them to send a Re- monstrance[ Remonstrance]to the King, relative to the Grievances of America, and if he wont[ will not]relieve them, to break off from him, and set up a Common Wealth, &c.4:176.
  • Address To Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], draw- ing[ drawing]his political Character, and charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in enslaving the Co- lonies[ Colonies], and that he had a lust of Avarice, and Am- bition[ Ambition], &c.4:246. 4:288. 4:347.
  • Electors another, in answer to queries respecting Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy, &c,4:28.
  • Electors another, to promote a strict enquiry whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32.
  • Electors Another, to them, on the power of Parliament, &c,4:36.

Electors another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s prog prorouging proroguing, and not letting them meet.4:39. see index

  • Electors Another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy. &c4:43,4:48,4:52.
  • Electors another, to them, on the same subject: with comments on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speech, (see the next head but one, below,)4:119.
  • empires;* Roman, Persian, Chinese, Russian, and American, how many square miles contained in their re- spective[ respective]empires.4:148,4:1098.
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Charters, Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s sentiments on an alteration of them.4:43. see index

  • Charters defined by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 4:116.
  • Councellors in Grenada ; their names who would not swear in Roman Catholics: their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]on the same.4:21
  • Councellors Suspended4:21.
  • Electors another, to promote a strict enquiry whether Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]is a legal Governor.4:32.
  • Electors Another, to them, on the power of Parliament, &c,4:36.
  • Electors another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s prog prorouging proroguing, and not letting them meet.4:39.

Electors Another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy. &c4:43,4:48,4:52. see index

  • Electors another, to them, on the same subject: with comments on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speech, (see the next head but one, below,)4:119.
  • empires;* Roman, Persian, Chinese, Russian, and American, how many square miles contained in their re- spective[ respective]empires.4:148,4:1098.
  • Electors free of the Massachusetts Bay, an address them, urging them to choose Representatives that will adpot more vigourous[ vigorous]measures, &c.4:280.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his History not friend- ly[ friendly]to his Country.4:28.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured for going to the Superior Court to hear himself praised. &c,4:33.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his sentiments on the al- teration[ alteration]&c, of Charters.4:43. see index

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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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor he has done more real hurt to new England, than can be easily imagined.4:61. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court on the opening of it at the Election.4:88.
  • Richardson Ebenezer, pursued at Philadelphia and drove off.4:388.
  • 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. see index

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Comments on the above Speech: his political character set in an ill light.4:71,4:72,4:73.
  • 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.
  • Juryman, Fined.4:437.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court on the opening of it at the Election.4:88. see index

  • 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 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Comments on the above Speech: his political character set in an ill light.4:71,4:72,4:73.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character as a politician.4:Ibid.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character as a politician.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor on his independancy.4:97. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Resolve's against him by the Council, respecting his Letters,4:313.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: wont sign the Bills, because the year of the Kings Regin &c, is in English.4:321.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured; said not to have even an instruction to keep the Court at Cambridge.4:100,4:104.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he will be the ruin of the Country.4:108.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, demands a copy of their resolves, respecting his pay from the Crown.4:112.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, very disinterested, &c, instances of it; an Irony.4:121.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Impeach Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455,4:458,4:459.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of those who voted pro, & Con.4:459.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, number of, who make a quorum.4:Ib.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, order the Secretary to lay before them, a list of civil Officers Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]has appoint ing d, since he has been in the Chair.4:Ib. see index

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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured; said not to have even an instruction to keep the Court at Cambridge.4:100,4:104. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he will be the ruin of the Country.4:108.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, demands a copy of their resolves, respecting his pay from the Crown.4:112.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured; said not to have even an instruction to keep the Court at Cambridge.4:100,4:104.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he will be the ruin of the Country.4:108. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, demands a copy of their resolves, respecting his pay from the Crown.4:112.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured; said not to have even an instruction to keep the Court at Cambridge.4:100,4:104.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he will be the ruin of the Country.4:108.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, demands a copy of their resolves, respecting his pay from the Crown.4:112. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Resolve's against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], respecting their Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Charters, Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s sentiments on an alteration of them.4:43.

Charters defined by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 4:116. see index

  • Councellors in Grenada ; their names who would not swear in Roman Catholics: their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]on the same.4:21
  • Councellors Suspended4:21.
  • Clergy, high flying ones, divers of their expressions censured: and their behaviour behavior.4:23,4:330.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he will be the ruin of the Country.4:108.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, demands a copy of their resolves, respecting his pay from the Crown.4:112.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, very disinterested, &c, instances of it; an Irony.4:121.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, holds doctrines treasonable to the State,4:124,4:125,4:132,4:135,4:140,4:159.
  • Electors Another, to them, on the power of Parliament, &c,4:36.
  • Electors another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s prog prorouging proroguing, and not letting them meet.4:39.
  • Electors Another, to them, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s independancy. &c4:43,4:48,4:52.

Electors another, to them, on the same subject: with comments on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speech, (see the next head but one, below,)4:119. see index

  • empires;* Roman, Persian, Chinese, Russian, and American, how many square miles contained in their re- spective[ respective]empires.4:148,4:1098.
  • Electors free of the Massachusetts Bay, an address them, urging them to choose Representatives that will adpot more vigourous[ vigorous]measures, &c.4:280.
  • Emerson[ William Emerson]reverend of Concord, the state of the Case between him, and Mr. Lee[ Joseph Lee] 4:167.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, very disinterested, &c, instances of it; an Irony.4:121.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, holds doctrines treasonable to the State,4:124,4:125,4:132,4:135,4:140,4:159.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech commented on,4:119,4:128,4:132,4:135,4:136,4:140,4:159. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, stigmatized in England, called a Tool, &c,4:164.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, very disinterested, &c, instances of it; an Irony.4:121. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, holds doctrines treasonable to the State,4:124,4:125,4:132,4:135,4:140,4:159.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech commented on,4:119,4:128,4:132,4:135,4:136,4:140,4:159.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, very disinterested, &c, instances of it; an Irony.4:121.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, holds doctrines treasonable to the State,4:124,4:125,4:132,4:135,4:140,4:159. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech commented on,4:119,4:128,4:132,4:135,4:136,4:140,4:159.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid.
  • 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, his Speech commented on,4:119,4:128,4:132,4:135,4:136,4:140,4:159.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, stigmatized in England, called a Tool, &c,4:164. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, stigmatized in England, called a Tool, &c,4:164.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a Tyrant.4:170. see index

  • 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, 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his reply to the message, de- clines[ declines]informing them.4:176. see index

  • 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.
  • 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, 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech to the General Assembly, asserts that the Parliament have a supreme right over us.4:213. see index

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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, wont[ will not]sign the Grant for the Judges pay.4:225. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, excusing his not signing the Grant made to the Judge, &c,4:235.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in his en- deavours[ endeavors]to enslave us, blames him much for his Speech to the General Court, asserting the supremacy of Parliament, &c: and charges him with ambition and avarice,4:288,4:347.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, wont[ will not]sign the Grant for the Judges pay.4:225.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, excusing his not signing the Grant made to the Judge, &c,4:235. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in his en- deavours[ endeavors]to enslave us, blames him much for his Speech to the General Court, asserting the supremacy of Parliament, &c: and charges him with ambition and avarice,4:288,4:347.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, wont[ will not]sign the Grant for the Judges pay.4:225.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, excusing his not signing the Grant made to the Judge, &c,4:235.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in his en- deavours[ endeavors]to enslave us, blames him much for his Speech to the General Court, asserting the supremacy of Parliament, &c: and charges him with ambition and avarice,4:288,4:347.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, excusing his not signing the Grant made to the Judge, &c,4:235.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in his en- deavours[ endeavors]to enslave us, blames him much for his Speech to the General Court, asserting the supremacy of Parliament, &c: and charges him with ambition and avarice,4:288,4:347.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Address To the same, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s refusing to let the Court meet, &c4:39.
  • Address From the Commons of Geor- gia[ Georgia]to the President.4:95.
  • Address To the People of America, from an American, urging them to send a Re- monstrance[ Remonstrance]to the King, relative to the Grievances of America, and if he wont[ will not]relieve them, to break off from him, and set up a Common Wealth, &c.4:176.

Address To Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], draw- ing[ drawing]his political Character, and charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in enslaving the Co- lonies[ Colonies], and that he had a lust of Avarice, and Am- bition[ Ambition], &c.4:246. 4:288. 4:347. see index

  • Address To the free Electors of the Massachusetts Bay, urging them on their next choice, to choose men that will adpot vigorous measures, that we may be freed from difficul- ties[ difficulties]that we are involved in.4:280.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in his en- deavours[ endeavors]to enslave us, blames him much for his Speech to the General Court, asserting the supremacy of Parliament, &c: and charges him with ambition and avarice,4:288,4:347.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254.
  • 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 message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254. see index

  • 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.
  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228.
  • Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237.

Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Smart letter to him, enumerating his bad Actions.4:289.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Junius Americanus, on Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s perjury, &c,4:55.

Junius Americanus, his Letter, censuring Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, respecting the independancy of the Judges &c.4:267. see index

  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the Bishop of Saint Asaph, on the oppressions of Ameri- ca[ America], &c.4:335.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], charging him with inattention to America : on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c, advises him to resign: insinuates, that the Letter writers ought to have been put to in- stant[ instant]Death.4:366.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Suffolk wont find a Bill against the Paper signed Mucius Scaevola : and offer a paper to the Court relative to the murderer Ebenezer Richardson, &c, their names.4:33.
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Hutchinson Foster, leaves his Brother Mather s meeting, on the latter's publishing a pamphlet.4:268. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, wont[ will not]sign the Grant for the Judges pay.4:225.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, excusing his not signing the Grant made to the Judge, &c,4:235.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, charging him with aiding Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in his en- deavours[ endeavors]to enslave us, blames him much for his Speech to the General Court, asserting the supremacy of Parliament, &c: and charges him with ambition and avarice,4:288,4:347. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Smart letter to him, enumerating his bad Actions.4:289. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, smartly dealt with, under the notion of a play called the defeat,4:294,4:327.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, called a perjured Traitor, &c.4:371.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, threatening: desired to go home, &c.4:411.
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Counties, meet on the American Grievances, resolve, &c,4:541,4:544.
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives, choose Committees to inforce the resolves of the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], resolve, &c.4:647.
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Province of, meet in Convention, resolve to encourage manufact- ures[ manufactures], to abide by the proceedings of the Continental Congress. &c.4:684.

Plate, representing Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], as a very wicked statesman.4:295. see index

  • Plate exhibiting a virtuous Patriot, at the house of Death.4:Ibid.
  • Prussia King of[ Frederick II], grown a great Tyrant.4:410,4:452.
  • Portsmouth in Newhampshire[ New Hampshire], see Town of.
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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court on opening the Sessions.4:298. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court on opening the Sessions.4:298.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court on opening the Sessions.4:298.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
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Letter's original ones, of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], Auchmuty[ Robert Auchmuty], Paxton[ Charles Paxton], &c, which are very inemical to the Pro- vince[ Province], &c, arrive,. &c.4:303. see index

  • Letter from John Wilkes (on his being summoned to attend his duty in Parliament, as Knight of the shire,) to the Speaker of the House.4:305.
  • Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309.
  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech on his Letters, beg that he would lay before the House copies of his Letters.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Votes, of the Town of Petersham, against Tories.4:648.
  • Votes, of the Town of Marblehead, to form a Militia, pay them, watch the Tories, &c.4:Ibid.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Votes of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], relating to the forming themselves into Regiments; & the Grievances of America, &c.4:587.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court on opening the Sessions.4:298.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.
  • Letter's original ones, of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], Auchmuty[ Robert Auchmuty], Paxton[ Charles Paxton], &c, which are very inemical to the Pro- vince[ Province], &c, arrive,. &c.4:303.
  • Letter from John Wilkes (on his being summoned to attend his duty in Parliament, as Knight of the shire,) to the Speaker of the House.4:305.

Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309. see index

  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.
  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech on his Letters, beg that he would lay before the House copies of his Letters.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.
  • 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.

Resolve's against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], respecting their Letters, &c,4:309. see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Resolve's against him by the Council, respecting his Letters,4:313.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: wont sign the Bills, because the year of the Kings Regin &c, is in English.4:321.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Comments on his Letters,4:310,4:323,4:328,4:331,4:335,4:338,4:346,4:348,4:366,4:371,4:425,4:428,4:432,4:440,4:444,4:494,4:688. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an insiniation[ insinuation]that he, & Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], ought to have been immediately put to death, on the receipt of their Letters.4:366.
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Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]respecting his Letters.4:311. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolve respecting the Communicating Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters to him.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, the message to the Governor, respect- ing[ respecting]his Letters.4:312.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governors message respecting his letters: say they are not guilty of unfairness, in their being restricted, relative to the witholding his Letters, &c.4:313.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their address to the Governor on the fatal effects of the Judges independ- ancy[ independancy].4:252.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Reply to the Governor's Speech.4:302.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the House, desire Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, Letters.4:311. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, desire to have the Letters again, to shew[ show ]them to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, resolves against him by the House of Representatives on his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor, in reply to him, tell him, that they ought in faithfulness to the People, pub- lish[ publish]his letters, &c; and that they are the only Judges of the Time they ought to sit, &c,4:312.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they pass a remonstrance, and petition the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: their names who voted, pro, &Con.4:317.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, remonstrated against by the House, praying the King to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Letter to him respecting his Letters; charging him as the author of our grievances, &c,4:309,4:316.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Resolve's against him by the Council, respecting his Letters,4:313.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Resolve's against him by the Council, respecting his Letters,4:313. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: wont sign the Bills, because the year of the Kings Regin &c, is in English.4:321.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Comments on his Letters,4:310,4:323,4:328,4:331,4:335,4:338,4:346,4:348,4:366,4:371,4:425,4:428,4:432,4:440,4:444,4:494,4:688.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an insiniation[ insinuation]that he, & Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], ought to have been immediately put to death, on the receipt of their Letters.4:366.
  • Resolves of the County of York, in congress, on the same.4:623.
  • Resolves of Virginia Representatives, on thier Grievances: choose a Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence], &c.4:272,4:567,4:568.
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor, in reply to him, tell him, that they ought in faithfulness to the People, pub- lish[ publish]his letters, &c; and that they are the only Judges of the Time they ought to sit, &c,4:312.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they pass a remonstrance, and petition the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: their names who voted, pro, &Con.4:317. see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Resolve's against him by the Council, respecting his Letters,4:313.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: wont sign the Bills, because the year of the Kings Regin &c, is in English.4:321. 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.

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. see index

  • * See page4:15th, column 2d, under Committees.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the Bishop of Saint Asaph, on the oppressions of Ameri- ca[ America], &c.4:335.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], charging him with inattention to America : on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c, advises him to resign: insinuates, that the Letter writers ought to have been put to in- stant[ instant]Death.4:366.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Suffolk wont find a Bill against the Paper signed Mucius Scaevola : and offer a paper to the Court relative to the murderer Ebenezer Richardson, &c, their names.4:33.

Jury Grand present a paper to the Court, respecting the treatment of Jury's in Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c; complain of the independancy of the Judges,4:356,4:360. see index

  • Jury Grand for the County of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex], protest, and resolve against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s sitting as a Judge.4:479.
  • Jury Grand of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], protest, and resolve on the same.4:492,4:494.
  • Jury Grand and petty, refuse to be sworn at the Superior Court: offer their reasons, &c,4:566.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an insiniation[ insinuation]that he, & Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], ought to have been immediately put to death, on the receipt of their Letters.4:366. see index

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  • Junius Americanus, on Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s perjury, &c,4:55.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter, censuring Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, respecting the independancy of the Judges &c.4:267.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the Bishop of Saint Asaph, on the oppressions of Ameri- ca[ America], &c.4:335.

Junius Americanus, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], charging him with inattention to America : on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c, advises him to resign: insinuates, that the Letter writers ought to have been put to in- stant[ instant]Death.4:366. see index

  • Jury Grand for the County of Suffolk wont find a Bill against the Paper signed Mucius Scaevola : and offer a paper to the Court relative to the murderer Ebenezer Richardson, &c, their names.4:33.
  • Jury Grand present a paper to the Court, respecting the treatment of Jury's in Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c; complain of the independancy of the Judges,4:356,4:360.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex], protest, and resolve against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s sitting as a Judge.4:479.
  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.
  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.
  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.

Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366. see index

  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.
  • Letter giving a particular Account of the proceedings of the Peo- ple[ People]relative to the Tea shipped by the East India Company, and the destroying it, &c,4:415.
  • Letter to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr. Molineaux.4:437.
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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, called a perjured Traitor, &c.4:371. see index

  • 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, called a perjured Traitor, &c.4:371.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an address to him, on a suspicion of his writing in the news papers, recommending Tea, &c,4:387. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, called a perjured Traitor, &c.4:371.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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, 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, threatening: desired to go home, &c.4:411. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House; declines to act on the impeachment against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:459.
  • Petition why not heared: coming from the Colonies.4:359.
  • Petition from the Weavers to the King, shewing[ showing]their distressed condit- ion[ condition], chiefly owing to the contest with ye[ the]Colonies.4:316.
  • Petition of Richard Clarke, and others, Tea Consignees, to the Governor &c,4:419.

Petition of the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]from the Bench.4:453. see index

  • Petition of the same body, to the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c heated with con- tempt[ contempt], and dismist[ dismissed]: a particular Account of it.4:487,4:488. the substance of the petition.4:486.
  • Petition of the City of Lond- on[ London], to the House of Commons, against the Quebec Act.4:554.
  • Petition and Address from the same, to the King, on the same.4:555.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House; declines to act on the impeachment against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:459.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, refuses to sign some bills: an account of them.4:462.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House; declines to act on the impeachment against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:459. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, refuses to sign some bills: an account of them.4:462.
  • Freeholders of Middlesex in England meet, and agree to endeavour to have short Parliaments &c,4:317.
  • Factors for Tea: see under Tea.
  • Fine, how much for a Juryman's refusing to serve, at the Superior Court.4:437.

Franklin Agent, procures Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, transmits to America : as they had a design to incense the Mother Country, against the Colonies, &c.4:460. see index

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  • Letter
  • Letter to Collector Harrison, on his absence from his Post.4:454.
  • Letter from Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], to the House of Representatives, declaring that he will take his pay from the King, &c,4:458.

Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House; declines to act on the impeachment against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:459.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, refuses to sign some bills: an account of them.4:462. see index

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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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Petition from the Weavers to the King, shewing[ showing]their distressed condit- ion[ condition], chiefly owing to the contest with ye[ the]Colonies.4:316.
  • Petition of Richard Clarke, and others, Tea Consignees, to the Governor &c,4:419.
  • Petition of the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]from the Bench.4:453.

Petition of the same body, to the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c heated with con- tempt[ contempt], and dismist[ dismissed]: a particular Account of it.4:487,4:488. the substance of the petition.4:486. see index

  • Petition of the City of Lond- on[ London], to the House of Commons, against the Quebec Act.4:554.
  • Petition and Address from the same, to the King, on the same.4:555.
  • Petition to ye[ the]King, from the Conti- ental[ Continental]Congress.4:656,4:791.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message, on his not laying before the Council, their impeach- ment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: they determine that the Governor and Council are a Judi- cial[ Judicial]Court, &c,4:464.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Lock their door, 'till[ until]they have Finished their business, & pass a resolve respecting their proceed- ings[ proceedings]relative to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], previous to the Courts being prorogued.4:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the King for the removal of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & dismist[ dismissed], and treated with great contempt.4:487,4:488. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Speech, complain of being re- moved[ removed]to Salem, &c,4:513.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings and Resolves on a Continental Congress (choose 5 Members:) on the Port Act: recom- mend[ recommend]to the inhabitants to raise money to defrey the Charges of the Members of the Congress: and to purchase no English Goods, &c, &c,4:517,4:523.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, meet at Salem, the Governor refuses to treat with them: they resolve, and immediately turn them- selves[ themselves]into a Provincial Congress, &c,4:591.
  • Letter from Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], to the House of Representatives, declaring that he will take his pay from the King, &c,4:458.
  • Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.

Act of Parliament, said to be a Brutal Act, and was planned by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], here, and the Cabal.4:497. see index

  • 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.
  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Marblehead Merchants ditto.4:506. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Magistrates of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]ditto.4:515.
  • 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 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Sails for London.4:508. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his answer to the Boston Merchants address.4:511.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Lawyers ditto.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Marblehead Merchants ditto.4:506.
  • 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.
  • Town of, Newport, their votes, respecting the Port Act.4:501.
  • 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. see index

  • Town of, Annapolis, their proceedings, resolves, &c, respecting the Boston Port Act.4:513.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his answer to the Boston Merchants address.4:511.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings on the Tea Factors petition: and on the Destruction of the Tea.4:419,4:420.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, acquaint him that Articles of charge against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]had been sent up by the House to them.4:463.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor blame him for not laying before the board the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: insinuate that by Charter they have a right to Try him: and define the power of the board by char- ter[ charter]to set as a Judicial Court, &c, with, or without the Governor.4:463.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their address to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], in Answer to his Speech at the opening the General Court, wherein they find fault with Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s administrato. and give offence to Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:516. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, new, appointed by the King. A List of those who were sworn, &c. [diamond]4:549,4:554.
  • Council, or House of Lords, may originate most Acts, as well as the House of Representatives, or Commons.4:1074.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, with the Governor, is a Judicial Court, and may remove officers, &c, whether the Governor consent or not.4:463.
  • 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.
  • Graves Admiral, arrives, and Supercedes Admiral Montague.4:526.

Green Francis, an addressor to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], driven from Connecticut.4:530. see index

  • Goldthwait, Price, & Mason, See Clerk's of the Courts.
  • Gun Powder, a recipe to make it.4:683,4:891.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Arrives in London.4:553. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.

Recantations, confes- sions[ confessions], &c, of sundry Officers, &c, who assisted in putting the Act of Parliament for Altering the Constitution in force, & addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c.4:563,4:566,4:570,4:571,4:572,4:577,4:580,4:588,4:589,4:594,4:604,4:605,4:627,4:634,4:742,4:747,4:776,4:795,4:806,4:842. see index

  • Ruggles Timothy, his Form of an Association against the Whiggs[ Whigs].4:625.
  • Ruggles Timothy, his Character drawn, and the above answered, &c.4:644.
  • Regulation of Trade. See Acts, &c.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], respecting the Fortifying Boston Neck.4:609.
  • 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. see index

  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], very false, and severe against Boston, &c,4:616.
  • 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.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Town of Preston, their proceedings, and votes on the grievances of America, & the addresses to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:639. see index

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

  • [no following entries]
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Magistrates of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]ditto.4:515.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor branded by the Continental Congress, as a notoriously infamous person.4:787.
  • Votes, of the Town of Petersham, against Tories.4:648.
  • Votes, of the Town of Marblehead, to form a Militia, pay them, watch the Tories, &c.4:Ibid.

Votes of the same Town, against the addressors to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:681. see index

  • 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.
  • Highlanders, taken in Bos- ton[ Boston]Harbour[ Harbour], and brought in.4:957,4:971.
  • 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]. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • 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.
  • Letter from the committee of Cor- respondence[ Correspondence]of Philadelphia, to the New York Committee, on their publishing false intelligence, respecting the union of Philadelphia, &c.4:704.
  • Letter from Governor Trumbal[ John Trumball], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the commencement of hostilities.4:730.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage]in answer.4:Ib. 730

Letter of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832. see index

  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Barrington, renouncing his half pay.4:760.
  • Letter a patriotic Letter from the Earl of Essingham, to Lord Barrington, resigns in the Army, &c,4:764.
  • Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor branded by the Continental Congress, as a notoriously infamous person.4:787. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor a great Villian.4:799.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.
  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.
  • Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780

Letter from the Tories in Fal- mouth[ Falmouth], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his go- ing[ going]to England.4:788. see index

  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817.
  • Letter from General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne]to a Noble Lord containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:844.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.
  • Importation non, See under Non
  • Jamacia Island of, their House of Representatives present a Me- morial[ Memorial]to the King on the Grievances of America ; pray for a repeal of the Acts,&c,4:693,4:694.
  • Johnstone Governor his excellent speech in favor of America.4:729.

Johnstone Governor his Speech in favor of America, and against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:991. see index

  • Johnstone Governor his Speech, wherein he shews[ shows], that any Fort well managed, will with even a single Gun, dislodge any Man of War, or burn her.4:999.
  • Jersey New ; see New Jersey.
  • Island long, see Long Island.
  • Speech of Lord Viscount Gage[ Thomas Gage], against quartering Troops in Cities, &c.4:608.
  • Speech of Governor Johnstone, (an excellent one), in[ favor]of America.4:729.

Speech of ditto in[ favor]of America, and against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]: says that a Fort even with a single Gun, can dis- lodge[ dislodge]any Ship of War, &c.4:992,4:999. see index

  • Speech of Lord Camden, in the House of Lords, against committing the American Fish Bill: speaks greatly in[ favor]of America.4:763.
  • Speech of Governor Franklyns[ William Franklin], to the Assembly of New Jersey, on American Affairs.4:858.
  • Speech of Lord Mayor Wilkes[ John Wilkes], in the House of Commons, on American Affairs, &c.4:877.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor a great Villian.4:799.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes, respecting the Merchants agreement.4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Refugee to- ries[ tories]in England, to the same, in Halif- fax[ Halifax].4:1037,4:1042,4:1048,4:1060.
  • Letter from General Howe[ William Howe], and Governor Tryon[ William Tryon]&c, to Lord German, contain- ing[ containing]account of affairs at New York4:1040.
  • Letter from Sir Parker, and General Clinton[ Henry Clinton], containing an account of their defeat at South Carolina.4:1043.

Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c4:1144. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes, respecting the Merchants agreement.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor has not received his pension.4:1157,4:1179; and what it was granted for.4:1149. see page4:27, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Column ye[ the]. 1st.
  • Age, very great of men.4:103,4:205,4:207.4:235,4:562.
  • Admiral Montague, setts[ sets]out for Rhode Island.4:219. Returns.4:223.
  • Attleborough[ Attleboro]. See Town of.

Auchmuty Robert, his Letter to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], acquaints him that his life is in danger.4:1154. see index

  • Advertisement Issued by the Town of Sudbury against cheats.4:322.
  • Advertisement of John Langdon 's, to white wash, and blanch; an Irony.4:324.
  • Advertisement of Committee of ways & means for Poor.4:582,4:653.
  • Letter from General Howe[ William Howe], and Governor Tryon[ William Tryon]&c, to Lord German, contain- ing[ containing]account of affairs at New York4:1040.
  • Letter from Sir Parker, and General Clinton[ Henry Clinton], containing an account of their defeat at South Carolina.4:1043.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Letter [diamond] from Nathaniel Rogers : he sollicits[ solicits]for the Secretaryship, and negociates with Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]therefor, &c,4:1179.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes, respecting the Merchants agreement.4:Ibid.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor has not received his pension.4:1157,4:1179; and what it was granted for.4:1149. see page4:27, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Column ye[ the]. 1st. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes, respecting the Merchants agreement.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor has not received his pension.4:1157,4:1179; and what it was granted for.4:1149. see page4:27, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Column ye[ the]. 1st.
  • Letter from Sir Parker, and General Clinton[ Henry Clinton], containing an account of their defeat at South Carolina.4:1043.
  • 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. see index

  • Letter from Charles Paxton ; writes, that unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, yt.[ that]they will rebel.4:1178.
  • 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.
  • Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228.
  • Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237.
  • Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254.

Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254 see index

  • 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.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their address to the Governor on the fatal effects of the Judges independ- ancy[ independancy].4:252.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Reply to the Governor's Speech.4:302.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the House, desire Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, Letters.4:311.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, desire to have the Letters again, to shew[ show ]them to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:Ibid. see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid.
  • 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. see index

  • 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, 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 message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Answer.4:Ibid. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House; declines to act on the impeachment against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:459.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, refuses to sign some bills: an account of them.4:462.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, demands a copy of their resolves, respecting his pay from the Crown.4:112.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, not such a Governor as the People consented to, if independant.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House: de- sires[ desires]them to repair the Province House, &c,4:116.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his message to the House, in answer to their resolves respecting the having his pay from the Crown: Justifies it, and defines the Charter, &c.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the answers of both Houses, in answer to his Speech on the supremacy of Parliament over the Colo- nies[ Colonies], &c.4:242.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Reply to the House tells them that he dont[ do not]know whether the Judges will refuse the pay from the King, or no, &c.4:244.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a Letter to him from Captain Fenton.4:254.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Answer.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, holds doctrines treasonable to the State,4:124,4:125,4:132,4:135,4:140,4:159.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his Speech commented on,4:119,4:128,4:132,4:135,4:136,4:140,4:159.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, a smart epistle to him, enu- merating[ enumerating]our grievances, tells him the people, will recur to the law of Nature.4:156.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the chief promoter of the Judge's independancy.4:Ibid. see index

  • 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, on his prorogu- ing[ proroguing]the Court.4:3.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, dismisses Justice Green- leaf[ Joseph Greenleaf]from his office.4:7.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, he is the first Governor paid by the Crown.4:8.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, the pernicious consequen- ces[ consequences]of his independancy.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his History not friend- ly[ friendly]to his Country.4:28.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, censured for going to the Superior Court to hear himself praised. &c,4:33.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his sentiments on the al- teration[ alteration]&c, of Charters.4:43.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character as a politician.4:Ibid. see index

  • 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.
  • 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 House about his pay from the King: acknowledges he pays him, &c,4:Ibid. see index

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  • 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.
  • 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.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Lawyers ditto.4:Ibid. see index

  • 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.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Arrives in London.4:553.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes, respecting the Merchants agreement.4:Ibid. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor has not received his pension.4:1157,4:1179; and what it was granted for.4:1149. see page4:27, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Column ye[ the]. 1st.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech on his Letters, beg that he would lay before the House copies of his Letters.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor, in reply to him, tell him, that they ought in faithfulness to the People, pub- lish[ publish]his letters, &c; and that they are the only Judges of the Time they ought to sit, &c,4:312.
  • 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.

Farce, or play, designed to burlesque Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c see index

  • Farce lampoons the New Councellors, &c,4:652.
  • Fight at Lexington, &c, see Engagements.
  • Fort Chamblee[ Chambly]taken by the U- nited[ United]Colonies.4:833.
  • Lancaster, See Town of.
  • Line, settled by Commisaries, between New York, and Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:295.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Moorhead John, reverend his Death, and Character.4:406.
  • Medford, see Town of.
  • Medway, see Town of.

Marchmont Nedham, see under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]comments on his Letters. see index

  • 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.

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