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Searching for the keywords "Massachusetts Bay" in all volumes:

  • [no preceding index entries]

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Page1:6 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay their Circular Letter for a Congress1:180
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323

Massachusetts Bay Petition of against the act's Imposing Duties &c in which they shew[ show]that the Importation of Foreign Mollasses[ Molasses]a very Important Thing1:38 see index

  • Mobs One about an Excise Man1:41
  • Minority Mouldering away1:42
  • Mob'd[ Mobbed]Bute[ John Stuart] 1:46
  • Advertisement a Singular one1:25
  • Artillery Company useless1:59 1:72
  • Agents fail in Opposing the Stamp Act, petition ye[ the]Distri butors[ Distributors]may be Appointed among the Natives1: 1:Ibid

Act to Number the People in the Massachusetts Bay1:73 see index

  • Agents account of ye[ the]Conduct relative to the Stamp Act1:79
  • American Publications assert Independency1:87
  • American Commerce on the Decline1:91
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Page1:6

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay their Circular Letter for a Congress1:180 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286

Letter a Spirited one to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay in the recess of the General Court1:216 see index

  • Letter from Humphry. Plough Jogger[ Humphry Ploughjogger] [ John Adams] 1:228. 1:566. 1:575.
  • Letter To his Country Man with some Strictures on Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:234
  • Letter Given a particular Account of the Disturbance at New York and their Behaviour[ Behavior]in General relative to the Stamp Act1:278
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Page1:6
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay their Circular Letter for a Congress1:180

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327
  • [no preceding index entries]

Resolves of the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay1:254 see index

  • Resolves of Connecticut1:280
  • Resolves of South Carolina1:313
  • Resolves of the Populace of Connecticut1:317
  • Congress Commissioner for Philadelphia for appointd1:199
  • Commissioners for the Congress a List of1:227
  • Commons House of, address to them by the Americans an Irony1:277

Councellors Answer to the Message of Represent of Massachusetts Bay where they Justify there Drawing money &c1:286 see index

  • Canada Complains about Stamp Act1:287
  • Colonies the great Impor- tance[ Importance]of them to the Mother Country.1:294
  • Cato's Soliloquy on the Stamp Act1:306
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay their Circular Letter for a Congress1:180
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Ditto Ditto1:426
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Another to Ditto1:428
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Page1:6
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay their Circular Letter for a Congress1:180
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Ditto Ditto1:426
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Ditto Ditto1:426
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Another to Ditto1:428
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435
  • Resolves of Connecticut1:280
  • Resolves of South Carolina1:313
  • Resolves of the Populace of Connecticut1:317

Resolves of the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay about the Courts of Justice being shut up1:328 see index

  • Resolves of the Congress1:366
  • Resolves of the House of Commons for Imposing Duties in America &c1:447
  • Resolves of Massachusetts Bay with regard to the Compensa- tion[ Compensation]to the Sufferers1:550
  • Remark's[ Remarks]on late advices &c from England1:707
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • Resolves* of the House of Commons previous to passing the Repeal of the Stamp Act.1:390
  • Determinatus's Challenge to Great Britain1:724
  • Address of A M Bay to ye[ the]King1:550
  • (A) Brought Forward1:794

Address to Inhabitants of Massachusetts Bay1:380. 1:396 see index

  • Advertisement Extraordinary on the Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]for Repeal1:386
  • Anecdote of Pitt1:493
  • America resentment against her1:667. 1:670.
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Ditto Ditto1:426 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Another to Ditto1:428
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Ditto Ditto1:426

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Another to Ditto1:428 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Commended for Their Conduct relative to the Compensation &c1:460
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Speech1:327
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Ditto Ditto1:426
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Another to Ditto1:428

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435 see index

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443
  • 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 Ditto Ditto1:426
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Another to Ditto1:428
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443 see index

  • 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 Another to Ditto1:428
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Commended for Their Conduct relative to the Compensation &c1:460 see index

  • 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
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Voted that their Debates should be public1:435
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Kings Speech concerning America1:340. 1:371

Kings Address to him from Massachusetts Bay1:550 see index

  • King of Denmark[ Christian VII]marries Carolina Matilda the Kings Sister1:552 1:553
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compensation to Sufferers1:443
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Resolves of the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay about the Courts of Justice being shut up1:328
  • Resolves of the Congress1:366
  • Resolves of the House of Commons for Imposing Duties in America &c1:447

Resolves of Massachusetts Bay with regard to the Compensa- tion[ Compensation]to the Sufferers1:550 see index

  • Representatives - [diamond] the right of sending them prov'd[ proved] 1:131
  • Represetatives not sending them repugnant to the[ Constitution] 1:Ibid
  • Regency Act1:136.
  • 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
  • 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

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor about drawing money out of Treasury1:586 see index

  • 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
  • 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

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to the Governor about Governor Palliser's[ Hugh Palliser]Proclamation1:589 see index

  • 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 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
  • 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

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Message about paying the Agent1:600 see index

  • 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
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:662
  • 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 Answer to Governor Message about Pallisers[ Hugh Palliser]proclamation1:606 see index

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

  • Colonies Dutiful & Loyal1:642
  • Colonies Vindicated from the Aspersions of Bishop Warbarton[ William Warburton] 1:640 1:650
  • Colonies of a Spirit of Liberty1:651
  • 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

Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:662 see index

  • Regulations of the Trade in America Complain'd[ Complained]of1:6
  • Ditto1:15. 1:Ibid.
  • Representation of the Americans in the British Parlament[ Parliament]the Utility of1:21
  • Patriot Found in Disguise1:788
  • Paper Manufacture ought to be encouraged1:756
  • Petition to Parlament[ Parliament]against the Stamp Act rejected1:419

Petition of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the King, against the Act Impo- sing[ Imposing]Duties, See Massachusetts Bay under Letter M. see index

  • Camden Lord, his Speech against the Declaratory Bills passing.2:10
  • Charles I. A Tyrant, his Treat- ment[ Treatment]of his Parliament's.2:33
  • Cooper Samuel, made a Doctor2:27

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about the Libel.2:39 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612

Circular Letter of the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Houses of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]on the Continent.2:43 see index

  • Libel on Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:38
  • Libel Author of it his Answer on the proceedings of the Council and House about it.2:40
  • Letter from Lord Shelburne to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for Nega- tiving[ Negativing]Councellors.2:39

Letter Circular from the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Speakers of the Houses on the Continent.2:43 see index

  • Letter from the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Shelburne remonstrating against the Revenue Acts. &c2:47
  • Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55
  • Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59
  • Libel Author of it his Answer on the proceedings of the Council and House about it.2:40
  • Letter from Lord Shelburne to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for Nega- tiving[ Negativing]Councellors.2:39
  • Letter Circular from the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Speakers of the Houses on the Continent.2:43

Letter from the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Shelburne remonstrating against the Revenue Acts. &c2:47 see index

  • Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55
  • Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59
  • Letter To Lord Chatham from the same, about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Pimps and Cook's appointed to Places in America2:21.
  • Petition of the Clergy of New Jersey &c, for a Bishop.2:22.

Petition of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the King about the Revenue Acts &c.2:51. see index

  • Petition of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New Jersey to the King on the Same, and the Circular Letter.2:180.
  • Petition of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the King against Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:190.
  • Petition of the House of Representatives of Pen- sylvania[ Pennsylvania]to the House of Commons.2:407.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Letter to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, on the Revenue Acts, &c.2:66. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Shelburne, in Answer to his wherein he commends Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]for Negativing the Councellors. &c.2:72.
  • Representatives of the Province Required to Rescind the Votes that gave birth to the Circular Letter. See a full account of it.2:157.
  • Representatives of the Province They vote not to Rescind.2:Ibid.
  • Charles I. A Tyrant, his Treat- ment[ Treatment]of his Parliament's.2:33
  • Cooper Samuel, made a Doctor2:27
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about the Libel.2:39

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Commons House of their Speaker reprimands sundry persons for endeavouring to sell Their Votes.2:76
  • Commons House of Their claim as to money matters2:9.
  • Cadets, reason why they were dismissed2:99, 2:116-

Chauncy Reverend Doctor Thanks returned him by the Convention of the Massachusetts Bay for remarking on the Bishop of Landaffs Sermon, & for his reply to Chand- lers[ Chandlers]appeal.2:129 see index

  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor Thanked by the Convention of Connecticut for the same.2:163
  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor His Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury vindicates himself from his Charges.2:381
  • Connecticut House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their Letter to the Speaker of the House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, appro- ving[ approving]of Circular Letter.2:150
  • Cooper Samuel, made a Doctor2:27
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about the Libel.2:39
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]made Secretary of State for America2:45

Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to the Colonies on account of the Circular Letter of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay.2:149 see index

  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Requires the House to rescind the Vote respecting their Circular Letter2:157
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Character2:261
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to aid the Commission2:267
  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor Thanks returned him by the Convention of the Massachusetts Bay for remarking on the Bishop of Landaffs Sermon, & for his reply to Chand- lers[ Chandlers]appeal.2:129
  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor Thanked by the Convention of Connecticut for the same.2:163
  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor His Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury vindicates himself from his Charges.2:381

Connecticut House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their Letter to the Speaker of the House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, appro- ving[ approving]of Circular Letter.2:150 see index

  • Clark Peter Reverend his Death and Character2:154
  • Cough, Recipe for.2:155
  • Cancer, Toads a cure for.2:211
  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72
  • Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165
  • Letter From the Town of Boston to the Farmer.2:55

Letter From the House of Burgesses in Virginia to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving ye[ the]Circular Letter.2:150 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • [no preceding index entries]

Letter from the House of Representatives of New Jersey to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:150 see index

  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut to the same, on the same.2:Ibid
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Rogers Major an account of his Treachery.2:143.
  • Rogers Major Tried.2:313.
  • Rogers Major Acquitted2:317. 2:566.

Rescinding of the votes of the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay yt.[ that]gave birth to the Circular Letter required of them.2:157. see index

  • Rescinders at list of them.2:161.
  • Rescinders a list of them who would not rescind.2:Ibid.
  • Rescinders Friends to them at Salem. a list of them.2:177.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Georgia House of Assembly, Their Letter to Speaker of House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, concerning the Circular Letter.2:158 2:420 see index

  • Georgia House of Assembly Their Resolves respecting the same.2:398
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General arrives at Boston.2:281
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Answer to the Councils address.2:288
  • Ministers of State bad ones, the advantages accusing from them.2:33.
  • Mob at London on account of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:128.
  • Mob Fixed upon by the Troops.2:180.

MaryLand[ Maryland]House of Burges- ses[ Burgesses]address to Governor Sharp, on the subject of the Circular Letter of the House of the Massachusetts Bay.2:162 see index

  • Marblehead Town of vote Thanks to the Antirescinders.2:167
  • Mulberry Trees the methods of Cultivating them. &c.2:194. 2:457. 2:580.
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, agree not to Import Goods for a Limited Time.2:199.
  • Petition of the Clergy of New Jersey &c, for a Bishop.2:22.
  • Petition of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the King about the Revenue Acts &c.2:51.
  • Petition of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New Jersey to the King on the Same, and the Circular Letter.2:180.

Petition of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the King against Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:190. see index

  • Petition of the House of Representatives of Pen- sylvania[ Pennsylvania]to the House of Commons.2:407.
  • Petition To the House of Lords.2:Ibid.
  • Petition of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York to the King.2:468.
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200

Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202 see index

  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Malcolm Daniel, Inscription on his Grave Stone.2:754.
  • Ministry and their officers, the American Governors in particular, a Critical review of.2:769.
  • Magna Charta.2:790. [ref. missing]

Massachusetts Bay, Number of Polls and Souls in it.2:227,2:639 see index

  • Murderers of Mr George Clark M'Quirk &[ Balf] [ Lawrence Balf]reprieved2:455 455a
  • M'Quirk & the Murderers an account of their Trials2:456.Pardoned2:478 2:489
  • M'Quirk of Young Allen &c2:176. 2:188
  • Newcastle Duke of his Death and Character.2:373
  • Newcastle Remarks on Kings Speeach2:618
  • North Carolina, House of Assembly their Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts bay, approving the Circular Letter.2:436.

Number of Polls & Souls in Massachusetts Bay,2:227. 2:639 see index

  • Number of Polls & Souls in New England2:207. 2:639
  • Number of Polls in New England. vide under New England Number of Polls in ye[ the]4 Provinces2:299
  • Number of Polls & Souls in Pennsilvania[ Pennsylvania] 2:207.

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

  • Conventions of the Towns Their petition to Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:Ibid
  • Conventions of the Towns Their Message to Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:248
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about the Libel.2:39
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
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Convention of the Towns of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their result.2:257 see index

  • Convention of the Towns Their Letter to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Chamomile Tea its Virtues.2:286
  • Commons British House [diamond] of, their address to the Kings Speech, wherein he calls the uneasiness of the Americans a faction.2:372
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences.[ref. missing]
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]
  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]

Charter of the Massachusetts Bay. Accounted Sacred buy Bishop Burnet2:280 see index

  • Committee of Merchants of the Town of Boston their Names2:632,2:634.
  • Commerce, an excellent Essay on, and regulations requisite to be made in every commercial state2:356
  • Cushing Thomas Esquire a resolve in ye[ the]House of Lords to send for him, Otis & others to be Tried for high Treason2:455 455a 2:476
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332

Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of the Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:353 see index

  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of New York Assembly to the same, approving the Circular Letter.2:364
  • Sharp Governor, his Speech to the House of Delegates of Maryland requiring them to treat the Circular Letter with Contempt.2:162.
  • Secretary of War, his Letter of Thanks to the Commanding Officer of the Troops employed to quell the rioters.2:188.
  • South Carolina. Letter from the Speaker of their Assembly on the Circular Letter.2:202.

South Carolina Speaker of their House sends a Letter to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter. &c.2:353. see index

  • York Town of thanks the Antirescinders.2:243.

York New a Letter from the Speaker of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, approving the Circular Letter.2:364. see index

  • York New Their petition to the King.2:468.
  • York New Duration of their Assembly.2:31
  • Z
  • Letter From the Merchants and Traders in Phildelphia to the Merchants and manu- facturers[ manufacturers]in England, showing them, that unless the revenue Acts are repealed they much stop the Importation of Goods.2:401.
  • Letter From Elzevir a Comical One.2:419
  • Letter An Excellent One, shewing[ showing]the methods of our enemies makes use of to blac- king[ blacking]us, and highly commends the Journal of the Times.2:421.

Letter From the Speaker of the House of Assembly of North Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter.2:436. see index

  • Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442.
  • Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury, vindicating Doctor Chauncy.2:447.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]against the Council.2:463to2:466.
  • North Britain Remarks on Kings Speech2:618
  • Newcastle Duke of his Death and Character.2:373
  • Newcastle Remarks on Kings Speeach2:618

North Carolina, House of Assembly their Letter to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts bay, approving the Circular Letter.2:436. see index

  • Number of Polls & Souls in Massachusetts Bay,2:227. 2:639
  • Number of Polls & Souls in New England2:207. 2:639
  • Number of Polls in New England. vide under New England Number of Polls in ye[ the]4 Provinces2:299
  • Resolves of the Town of Lebanon that they agree with Boston in their oppose, to the Revenue Acts. &c.2:26.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina respecting the Circular letter. &c.2:344.
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.

Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444. see index

  • Resolves of the House of Commons on the same.2:468.
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay about doing business while the Troops are in Boston.2:527.
  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia2:534.
  • Chamomile Tea its Virtues.2:286
  • Commons British House [diamond] of, their address to the Kings Speech, wherein he calls the uneasiness of the Americans a faction.2:372
  • Commons British House of, Debates in.2:370. 2:399.

Commons British House of, Their Resolves against the Massachusetts Bay.2:468. see index

  • Courts [compass] of Admiralty Special, vide, Admiralty.
  • Corscia Island of in Danger of being taken by the French.2:630
  • Corscia Island of Defeated.2:662See under Paoli
  • Petition of the House of Representatives of Pen- sylvania[ Pennsylvania]to the House of Commons.2:407.
  • Petition To the House of Lords.2:Ibid.
  • Petition of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York to the King.2:468.

Petition To the House of Commons in behalf of the Massachusetts Bay about extending the Act of Henry 8th to America. from William Bollan.2:471. see index

  • Petition of Jacob Parsons a deputy Sheriff to the Governor and Council about Fellows firing on him. &c.2:511
  • Petition of the Town of Boston to the King2:588.
  • Petition of the County of Middlesex to the King2:596.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his Letter remarked on2:493.

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, tells them he has no Authority over the Troops.2:527 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Speech to the general Assembly.2:527
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Declaration against him for bribary.2:543.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Message of the House and Adjourns them Cambridge.2:545
  • Essay, a smart one on the Impositions laid on the Colonies, containing sundry Queries, whether Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]with the Ministry have not altered the Constitution, and advises what to do a this critical Time.2:227
  • Edgarton Town of, thanks the Non Rescinders.2:249
  • Essay of Junius's[ Junius Americanus]a spirited Writer draws the Character of the Ministry. &c2:519

Election of Councellors for the Massachusetts Bay, the Proceedings of.2:527 see index

  • Exports from Great Britain to the Colonies2:709
  • Exports from the Colonies to Great Britain2:Ibid.
  • Earthquake at Kennebeck.2:739
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.
  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
  • Resolves of the House of Commons on the same.2:468.

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

  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia2:534.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of Pensyl- vania.[ Pennsylvania] 2:563.
  • Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay.2:572.
  • Letter to Justice Murray.2:524. 2:531.
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer twice paged2:526.

Letter From the House of Burgesses of Virginia to House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, inclosing their Resolves.2:534. see index

  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554 see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612
  • Circular Letter of the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Houses of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]on the Continent.2:43
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay about doing business while the Troops are in Boston.2:527.
  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia2:534.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of Pensyl- vania.[ Pennsylvania] 2:563.

Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay.2:572. see index

  • Resolves of the Council with regard to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]s Letters.2:611.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina.2:668.
  • Resolves of the Town of Boston against Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]General Gage[ Thomas Gage]&c.2:729.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612 see index

  • Circular Letter of the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Houses of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]on the Continent.2:43
  • Cromwell Oliver his Speech to his Parliament.2:45
  • Colonies, Taxing them Ridiculed.2:48
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.
  • Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592

Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612. see index

  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.

Act, of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Stating Fees, &c. for a Naval Office.2:763. see index

  • Addresses, absurdity of them in general2:455.
  • American oppressions, an enumeration of, vide an excellent peice[ piece]page2:583
  • Appeal of the Town of Boston to ye[ the]World2:1001&c.
  • Letter to the King from Timothy Pickering.2:746.

Letter From the Speaker of the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Agent Debert, given him an Account of the riot of the Soldiers at Justice Quincy's.2:774. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Hatfield to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing]
  • Letter Letter an excellent One to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:947.to2:1000.
  • Charter of the Forest.2:804
  • Clergy Curse of against the breakers of Magna Charta, and the Chater of the Forest.2:811. 2:812. 2:815. [ref. missing]
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences.[ref. missing]

Chronology of Arts and Sciences of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing] see index

  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]
  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay. Accounted Sacred buy Bishop Burnet2:280
  • Committee of Merchants of the Town of Boston their Names2:632,2:634.
  • Clergy Curse of against the breakers of Magna Charta, and the Chater of the Forest.2:811. 2:812. 2:815. [ref. missing]
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences.[ref. missing]
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]

Charter of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing] see index

  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay. Accounted Sacred buy Bishop Burnet2:280
  • Committee of Merchants of the Town of Boston their Names2:632,2:634.
  • Commerce, an excellent Essay on, and regulations requisite to be made in every commercial state2:356
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid. see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554

Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow] see index

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612
  • Circular Letter of the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Houses of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]on the Continent.2:43
  • Cromwell Oliver his Speech to his Parliament.2:45
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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.
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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
  • 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
  • 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
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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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote the Governor his Salary.3:104. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid.
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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
  • Princess Dowager of Wales, Returns from her Travels.3:345.
  • Princess Dowager of Wales, The Nation said to be Governed by her.3:472.
  • Prophecy Concerning the &c.3:130.

Protest of the House of Representations of the Massachusetts Bay, against holding the Court to Cambridge.3:134. see index

  • Protest from the same, against the things Instructions and against holding the Court at Cambridge3:499.
  • Protest of Suffolk County in New York, against, against the Merchants of New York breaking their Agreement.3:222.
  • Protest One by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of New York, against the Same.3:225.
  • Remonstrance. Etc. Another of the same.3:178.
  • Remonstrance. Etc. Another of the same, to the same.3:556.
  • Remonstrance. Etc. Of the City of Westminster, to the King.3:132. 3:353.

Remonstrance. Etc. Of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Province of the Massachusetts Bay, against hol- ding[ holding]the Court of Cambridge.3:134. see index

  • Remonstrance. Etc. Of Both Houses of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to the Governor on his refusing the Grants to the Agents.3:508.(up)
  • 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.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146.
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Election of Councellors for the Massachusetts Bay, Anniversary of, cele- brated[ celebrated]at Boston in a Grand Manner, when the Assembly were convened at Cambridge3:135. 3:136. see index

  • Earthquake Great at Hispanicola3:158. 3:162. 3:194. 3:256. 3:563. 3:548
  • Entertainments, a very luxuri- ous[ luxurious]one made in England3:184
  • Electricity, apeice[ a piece]on it by Mr Winthrop, showing the affects of it, and the Folly of Per- sons[ Persons]objecting to the use of Points3:200
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Message, concerning a Riot wherein they treat him with much Freedom. &c.3:103.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote the Governor his Salary.3:104.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.

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

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote to send their Resolutions up to the Board.3:Ibid.
  • 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
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reasons, why they should Adhere to their Resolutions against doing Business at Cambridge.3:146. see index

  • 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.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote to send their Resolutions up to the Board.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reasons, why they should Adhere to their Resolutions against doing Business at Cambridge.3:146.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Mes- sage[ Message]to the Governor acquaint him they will abide by their Resolutions against doing Business, and desire to Go Home.3:147. see index

  • 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.
  • 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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  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reasons, why they should Adhere to their Resolutions against doing Business at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Mes- sage[ Message]to the Governor acquaint him they will abide by their Resolutions against doing Business, and desire to Go Home.3:147.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message about expecting some Orders from home. They beg he would remove the Court.3:152. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, They send it up to the Council.3:Ibid.
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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
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reasons, why they should Adhere to their Resolutions against doing Business at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Mes- sage[ Message]to the Governor acquaint him they will abide by their Resolutions against doing Business, and desire to Go Home.3:147.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message about expecting some Orders from home. They beg he would remove the Court.3:152.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]s Message, wherein they In- sist[ Insist]on their Right of setting in Boston. &c: Speak very slightly of th Crown Law- yers[ Insist], and call Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]s Mandate respecting Rescinding, an Impudent One. &c.3:189.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, They send it up to the Council.3:Ibid.
  • They Refuse to Grant Money for the Troops.3:10.
  • 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.
  • McMasters the Impor- ter[ Imported], put in a Cart and threat ned to be Tarred &[ and]Feathered, unless he departed the Town3:153.
  • McMasters Retired to the Castle3:Ibid.

Massachusetts Bay the Number of Men, raised &[ Imported]kept in pay by that Province also hon much money She rai- sed[ raised]ye[ the]Annum during the War3:249. see index

  • Marquis of Granby, his Death, &[ and]Character3:350.
  • Mansfield Lord, Junius speaks of him as a very Cor- rupt[ Corrupt]Judge3:373
  • Mansfield Lord, In the House of Commons3:396.
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet at Cambridge, desire the Govr. to Remove them to Boston. choose a Committee, report to abide by their Former Resolu- tion[ Resolution]not to do business unless. &c. vote to keep a Day of Pray- er[ Prayer], &c.3:255. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Message to the Governor desire to knows whe- ter[ whether]he has received any further Instructions relative to the Court's Setting at Cambridge.3:267.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet at Cambridge, desire the Govr. to Remove them to Boston. choose a Committee, report to abide by their Former Resolu- tion[ Resolution]not to do business unless. &c. vote to keep a Day of Pray- er[ Prayer], &c.3:255.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Message to the Governor desire to knows whe- ter[ whether]he has received any further Instructions relative to the Court's Setting at Cambridge.3:267. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet at Cambridge, desire the Govr. to Remove them to Boston. choose a Committee, report to abide by their Former Resolu- tion[ Resolution]not to do business unless. &c. vote to keep a Day of Pray- er[ Prayer], &c.3:255.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Message to the Governor desire to knows whe- ter[ whether]he has received any further Instructions relative to the Court's Setting at Cambridge.3:267.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message foregoing.3:294.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Csoose[ Choose]Benjamin Franklin Agent.3:295.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Message to the Governor desire to knows whe- ter[ whether]he has received any further Instructions relative to the Court's Setting at Cambridge.3:267.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283 see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message foregoing.3:294.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Csoose[ Choose]Benjamin Franklin Agent.3:295.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Send up a Vote to Council about a Fast, which they concur with.3:299.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message foregoing.3:294. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Csoose[ Choose]Benjamin Franklin Agent.3:295.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Send up a Vote to Council about a Fast, which they concur with.3:299.
  • Governor Message respecting the Stile[ Style]of Laws.3:301.
  • Act of this Province the First executed in Consequence of it.3:256
  • Agents x see note below for America with their connexions. &c.3:126
  • Agent Jackson no Friend to America, but to the des- potic[ despotic]Ministry3:280

Agent Jackson Benjamin Franklin chose for the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay3:295 see index

  • Agent Jackson Not allowed pay3:508.
  • Anniversary of the 14 August celebrated.3:202
  • Anniversary at Stafford3:203
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message foregoing.3:294.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Csoose[ Choose]Benjamin Franklin Agent.3:295. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Send up a Vote to Council about a Fast, which they concur with.3:299.
  • Governor Message respecting the Stile[ Style]of Laws.3:301.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message foregoing.3:294.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Csoose[ Choose]Benjamin Franklin Agent.3:295.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Send up a Vote to Council about a Fast, which they concur with.3:299. see index

  • Governor Message respecting the Stile[ Style]of Laws.3:301.
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message respecting ye[ the]Stile[ Style]to be used in passing Laws: They drop the dispute and proceed in the usual Form.3:310 see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message respecting ye[ the]Stile[ Style]to be used in passing Laws: They drop the dispute and proceed in the usual Form.3:310

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.
  • Falkland Islands The Rights of Great Britain to them3:445
  • Falkland Islands The King of Spain Agrees to give them up again to Great Britain3:438
  • Falkland Islands A particular ac- count[ account]of the Letters which passed between the Governor &[ and]Commander, and the Articles of Capitulation, when they were giving to Spain3:533

Flucker Thomas, appointed Secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Bay.3:345 see index

  • Flucker Thomas, His Commission ar- rives[ arrives] 3:418 3:460.
  • France, &[ and]Spain the Num- bers[ Numbers]of3:384
  • France her Revenues &[ and]Force3:409.
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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 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
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message respecting ye[ the]Stile[ Style]to be used in passing Laws: They drop the dispute and proceed in the usual Form.3:310
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
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Charters of the Colonies, especially of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, explained &c, Shewing[ Showing]our subjection to the King of Great Britain, arises only from the Compact, contained in the Charter3:413. 3:444. 3:453 see index

  • Charters of the Colonies, Queries on the same3:Ibid
  • Charters of the Colonies, Designs against out Charter laid aside3:435. 3:442
  • Confirmation by Bishops an Account of it, nothing but an holy Farce3:414
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
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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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
  • 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
  • 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

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:447 see index

  • 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
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592.
  • 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
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor beg he would let some of the Province Arms be for the use of the Students at Cambridge. &c.3:458. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor at the Election of Councellors beg he would re- move[ remove]the Court to Boston, as the Ancient, usual, &[ and]only con- venient[ convenient]place, omitting the Ille- gality[ Illegality]of being kept out of Boston.3:485.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to the Governors Speech.3:499.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458. see index

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  • 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

Electors of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, an Address to them, Another, to them3:461 see index

  • 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 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
  • 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.

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 see index

  • Address Another to the Electors of the Massachusetts Bay taining a great encomium Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] [pg # gone]
  • Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay on taking Castle &c.3:475
  • 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
  • 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) see index

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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
  • 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]

Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay on taking Castle &c.3:475 see index

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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

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 see index

  • Earl of Halifax dies3:536
  • Earth opening &[ and]swallowing Person's at Quebec3:601
  • Exports, the Value of, from Great Britain to the Colonies3:704
  • 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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  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor beg he would let some of the Province Arms be for the use of the Students at Cambridge. &c.3:458.

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

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

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Clergy, of the South part of the Country of Hampshire3:488
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Clergy, of the North part of the County of Hampshire3:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Town of Alms- bury[ Almsbury] 3:Ibid
  • 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
  • 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

Convention of the Ministers of the Massachusetts Bay, Number who add- res't[ Addressed] 3:492 see index

  • Clergy Dissenting, the Num- ber[ Number]supposed to be in this Pro- vince[ Province] 3:497
  • 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

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:492 see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s conduct about his deposition3:529
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592
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Number of Dissenting Clergy Men, in Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay3:497. see index

  • Noblemen &[ and]Gentlemen Whigs turned out, a List of them.3:85.
  • North Lord[ Frederick North]appointed first Lord of the Treasury, or Prime Minister3:101.
  • North Lord[ Frederick North]A Motion made at Westminister, to Impeach him3:353.
  • 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
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor beg he would let some of the Province Arms be for the use of the Students at Cambridge. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor at the Election of Councellors beg he would re- move[ remove]the Court to Boston, as the Ancient, usual, &[ and]only con- venient[ convenient]place, omitting the Ille- gality[ Illegality]of being kept out of Boston.3:485.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to the Governors Speech.3:499. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.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

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
  • Remonstrance. Etc. Another of the same, to the same.3:556.
  • Remonstrance. Etc. Of the City of Westminster, to the King.3:132. 3:353.
  • Remonstrance. Etc. Of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Province of the Massachusetts Bay, against hol- ding[ holding]the Court of Cambridge.3:134.

Remonstrance. Etc. Of Both Houses of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to the Governor on his refusing the Grants to the Agents.3:508.(up) see index

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  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor at the Election of Councellors beg he would re- move[ remove]the Court to Boston, as the Ancient, usual, &[ and]only con- venient[ convenient]place, omitting the Ille- gality[ Illegality]of being kept out of Boston.3:485.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to the Governors Speech.3:499.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their, and the Councils Remonstrance to to Governor relative to his Re- fusing[ Refusing]the Grant's to the A- gents.[ Agents] 3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their, and the Councils Remonstrance to to Governor relative to his Re- fusing[ Refusing]the Grant's to the A- gents.[ Agents] 3:508. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to the Agent, ennumerating the grievances we labour[ labor]under. &c.3:517. 3:521.(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 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
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their, and the Councils Remonstrance to to Governor relative to his Re- fusing[ Refusing]the Grant's to the A- gents.[ Agents] 3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to the Agent, ennumerating the grievances we labour[ labor]under. &c.3:517. 3:521.(up.)
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their, and the Councils Remonstrance to to Governor relative to his Re- fusing[ Refusing]the Grant's to the A- gents.[ Agents] 3:508.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to the Agent, ennumerating the grievances we labour[ labor]under. &c.3:517. 3:521.(up.) 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.
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592.

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592 see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings respecting a Peice[ Piece]signed Mucious Scaeoula3:611
  • 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

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592. see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s conduct about his deposition3:529
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594 see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings respecting a Peice[ Piece]signed Mucious Scaeoula3:611
  • Commons House of of Great Britain, their answer to the Kings Speech, about the Agreement of the American Merchants3:74
  • 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
  • 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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  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to a Letter of Junius Americanus, wherein he says Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]was recorded in the Coun- cills[ Councills]Book's &c.3:592.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605. see index

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings respecting a Peice[ Piece]signed Mucious Scaeoula3:611
  • Commons House of of Great Britain, their answer to the Kings Speech, about the Agreement of the American Merchants3:74
  • Commons House of Speaker of Sir Flecher[ Fletcher]Norton chose. 83. 86.
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Deposition About the Boston Massacre3:707
  • Dunmore Lord Governor his first Speech to the Assembly of New York, he commends the Yorkers for Breaking the Non- Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement &c.3:336
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Speech to the Assem- bly[ Assembly]of New York, refuses to take his Salary, tells them the King has appointed him one3:385
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605.

Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings respecting a Peice[ Piece]signed Mucious Scaeoula3:611 see index

  • Commons House of of Great Britain, their answer to the Kings Speech, about the Agreement of the American Merchants3:74
  • Commons House of Speaker of Sir Flecher[ Fletcher]Norton chose. 83. 86.
  • Commons House of Their Resolves about Doctor Musgrave, and that the Establish ment of the Judges &[ and]Commissi- oners[ Commissioners]may be laid before them. &c.3:85
  • 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.
  • 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 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

Address Another to the Freeholders of Massachusetts Bay, urging them to choose firm Friends to liberty &c.3:Ibid. see index

  • 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]
  • Address Another to the Electors of Massachusetts Bay on taking Castle &c.3:475
  • 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. see index

  • 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
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:492
  • 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
  • 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. see index

  • 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 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 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
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet at Cambridge, desire the Govr. to Remove them to Boston. choose a Committee, report to abide by their Former Resolu- tion[ Resolution]not to do business unless. &c. vote to keep a Day of Pray- er[ Prayer], &c.3:255.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Message to the Governor desire to knows whe- ter[ whether]he has received any further Instructions relative to the Court's Setting at Cambridge.3:267.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their proceeings respecting the Same.3:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet They Resolve to do Business at Cam- bridge;[ Cambridge]vid ye[ the]List of Voters, pro, &[ and]Con.3:276.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their message to the Governor, desire to be In- formed[ Informed]how the Castle came to be Surrendered.3:283
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay meet Their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message foregoing.3:294.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay their Answer to the Governors reply to their Message respecting ye[ the]Stile[ Style]to be used in passing Laws: They drop the dispute and proceed in the usual Form.3:310
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Debate about addressing him, ie the Governor on his advancement to the Government, and vote not to address him, Recd and read a Letter from Agent Franklin[ Benjamin Franklin], who Inform's them the Charter will not be Meddled with &c. Their Message to the Governor beg he would remove them to Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:442.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor beg he would let some of the Province Arms be for the use of the Students at Cambridge. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor at the Election of Councellors beg he would re- move[ remove]the Court to Boston, as the Ancient, usual, &[ and]only con- venient[ convenient]place, omitting the Ille- gality[ Illegality]of being kept out of Boston.3:485.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to the Governors Speech.3:499.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to the Governors Speech.3:499.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Protest against setting up Instructi- ons[ Instructions]as Law, and Against the Governors holdings the Court at Cambridge. &c.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Desire the Governor to lay the Instruction before them, which requires an Exemption of Crown Officers from being taxed.3:508.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their, and the Councils Remonstrance to to Governor relative to his Re- fusing[ Refusing]the Grant's to the A- gents.[ Agents] 3:508.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to the Agent, ennumerating the grievances we labour[ labor]under. &c.3:517. 3:521.(up.)
  • 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.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, They send it up to the Council.3:Ibid. see index

  • They Refuse to Grant Money for the Troops.3:10.
  • 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. see index

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Message, concerning a Riot wherein they treat him with much Freedom. &c.3:103.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote the Governor his Salary.3:104.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote the Governor his Salary.3:104.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Remon- strate[ Remonstrate]against holding the Court at Cambridge, and protest against it.3:134.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.

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

  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote to send their Resolutions up to the Board.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, They Resolve they will do no business out of Boston.3:138.vid. their Names, pro &[ and]Con.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor &[ and]acquaint him with their Resolutions and beg he would Remove them to Boston.3:Ibid.
  • Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Their Resolves against Setting at Cambridge.3:146.

Respresentatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, Vote to send their Resolutions up to the Board.3:Ibid. see index

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  • 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
  • House of Commons, vid Commons House of, of Great Britain
  • House of Lords, vid Lords House of

House of Representa- tives[ Representatives]vid Representatives of the Province, of the Massachusetts Bay see index

  • 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.
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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
  • 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.
  • Commons Hosue of, Irish, resolve not to increase the Commissioners of Excise.4:19.
  • Commons House of, their spirited debates respect- ing[ respecting]Penioners: dertirme determine some of them shall be struck off the List.4:35.
  • Commons House of, their debates respecting the augmentation of Officers in that Kingdom.4:39.

Charter of the Massachusetts Bay, defective in some point.4:19. see index

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Electors free of the Massachusetts bay, an address to them, on the Governors independ- ancy[ independancy], &c,4:19. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
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Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, vid, page4:47, & State of Massachusetts Bay, Assemb- ly[ Assembly]& Congress Provincial, &c [s-shape reference mark] see index

  • Regulators, the remains of them in North Carolina, submit to Justice, &c,4:73.
  • Rhode Island People burn the Kings Schooner Gaspee,4:97,4:101.
  • Rhode Island news of it arrives in England.4:173
  • 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.
  • Church, and Congegration, meet, for the First time, in the new Meeting.4:332.
  • Castle William, queries respecting the delivery of it to the British Troops, &c.4:47.
  • Constitutional Society in London, their proceedings.4:52.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governor Speech.4:90. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech: wherein they define our Rights, and privileges, and declare that the Parliament have no right to tax us; and justify our Town meet- ings[ meetings], &c.4:224.
  • 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.
  • Richardson Ebenezer, gets back to Stoneham.4:400.
  • Royal Family, an Ac- count[ Account]when they were born, &c,4:58.
  • Representatives of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, their reply to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s Speech, refuse to acknowledge the King's right to remove them by Instructions, &c,4:61.

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

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Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governors Speech: tell him their answer is sufficiently plain, and wont[ will not]explain it.4:92. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, respecting his refusing to receive his salary: beg to know how he is paid.4:97.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to report on the independancy of the Governor send a message to the Council to consider of it.4:101.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112.
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Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, adjourned to Boston.4:97. see index

  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to Salem.4:505.
  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, dissolved by Govr. Gage[ Thomas Gage][parallels]4:517. See Assembly General
  • Commissioners new Board of the Customs, & Govr. of South Carolina, dispute about power to appoint officers of the Customs.4:120.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governors Speech: tell him their answer is sufficiently plain, and wont[ will not]explain it.4:92.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, respecting his refusing to receive his salary: beg to know how he is paid.4:97. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to report on the independancy of the Governor send a message to the Council to consider of it.4:101.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116.
  • 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.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558.

Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib. see index

  • Massachusetts Bay Province what money was raised in it last War.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province said by the Lords, & Commons of Great Britain, to be in re- bellion[ rebellion].4:710. See State of: and Provice of.
  • Money, what sums raised in it last War, ie, in ye[ the]Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:557,4:558.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor because he declined to pass Bills, as the dates &c, were in English.4:321.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, justify, wherein their choosing Committees of Correspondence, &c.4:449.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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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  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib.
  • 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, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib. see index

  • 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, 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Washington George, his Letter's to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Washington George, his Speech to the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress on his appointment, relinquishes his pay, saving for his Ex- pences[ expenses].4:869.
  • Washington George, his Answer to the address of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, on General Howe[ William Howe]s evacuating Boston.4:912.

Washington George, a great encomium on him, by the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ib. see index

  • Washington George, his answer to the address of Select- men[ Selectmen]of Boston, on the evacuation of it.4:913.
  • Washington George, a Diploma of Doctor of Laws, conferred on him by the Harvard College.4:923.
  • Washington George, Arrives at New York.4:925.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governors Speech: tell him their answer is sufficiently plain, and wont[ will not]explain it.4:92.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, respecting his refusing to receive his salary: beg to know how he is paid.4:97.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to report on the independancy of the Governor send a message to the Council to consider of it.4:101. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116.
  • Letter [diamond] from Nathaniel Rogers : he sollicits[ solicits]for the Secretaryship, and negociates with Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]therefor, &c,4:1179.
  • Lukewarm Friends of liberty: and Trimmers do more harm to the cause, than protest enemies.4:43.
  • Loring Israel Reverend his death, and Character.4:49.

Lands in dispute with New York, belongs to the Province of Massachusetts Bay by grants, &c,4:109. see index

  • Lemmons[ Lemons], wine, &c: a great hard- ship[ hardship], to oblige the Americans to enter them in England.4:198.
  • Law, passed in Rhode Island Co- lony[ Colony], confirming their Liberties from Magna, Charta.4:202. See Acts.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governors Speech: tell him their answer is sufficiently plain, and wont[ will not]explain it.4:92.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, respecting his refusing to receive his salary: beg to know how he is paid.4:97.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to report on the independancy of the Governor send a message to the Council to consider of it.4:101.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, respecting his refusing to receive his salary: beg to know how he is paid.4:97.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to report on the independancy of the Governor send a message to the Council to consider of it.4:101.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to report on the independancy of the Governor send a message to the Council to consider of it.4:101.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235.
  • Vendue Matters, appoint- ed[ appointed], for the Town of Boston.4:265,4:332.

Valuation Act passed, of the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:117. see index

  • Valuation of the Town of Boston.4:118.
  • Verdict in favour[ favor]of Ebenezer - Cutler, against Mr. Pierpont[ Robert Pierpont].4:153.
  • Virginia House of Representatives, their resolves respecting a correspondence with the other Colonies: choose a Com- mittee[ Committee]therefor, &c.4:272.
  • Numbers of People now in America : and the numbers that will be here a century hence4:15.

Numbers of Towns, & Counties, in the province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:122. see index

  • Numbers of religious Assemblies, in New England.4:123.
  • Numbers of inhabitants, on the Earth.4:194,4:650.
  • Numbers of Protestants, in Europe.4:Ibid.
  • Judge Lynd[ Benjamin Lynde], & Cushing[ William Cushing]of South Carolina, his whig charge to the Jury.4:682.
  • Judges appointed in the Room of Lynd[ Benjamin Lynde], & Cushing[ William Cushing], resign'd[ resigned].4:11.
  • Judges a report that they are to have salaries independant of the People: if that is done, America will be completely ruined, and enslaved: our Judges notwithstanding the Governor nominates them by Charter, &c, yet it is much the same as if the King should appoint them.4:141,4:175.

Judges &c, of the Massachusetts Bay, have salaries from the King: their salaries.4:156,4:452. see index

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  • Soldier, or Sailors in the service of the United States, to have half pay in case, &c.4:1007.
  • See under Troops; Army & En- gagements[ Engagement].
  • Sandiman Robert, the inscription on his Tomb Stone, &c.4:123.

Salaries Granted to the Judges, &c. of the Superior Court of the Massachusetts Bay what.4:156. see index

  • Salaries of Secretary of the Province what.4:1163,4:1179.
  • Storm, see Hurrycane[ Hurricane].
  • Commisssioners, Adjourn the Court.4:223.
  • Commisssioners, meet again at Rhode Island, and do Business.4:302.
  • Commisssioners, adjourn the Court without day, and end the business.4:317.

Commisssioners, from King Charles visit the Massachusetts Bay Colony: the Court will not acknowledge them, &c.4:202. see index

  • Commisssioners, for Settling the Line between New York, and this Province, return, have agreed, and settled it.4:295.
  • Commisssioners, appinted to settle the American dispute, being Lord & General Howe[ William Howe]: the terms, & c: the negociation came to nothing.4:979.4:1016,4:1019.
  • Commisssioners for Indians.4:800.
  • Oaths, the great iniquity of Mer- chants[ Merchants]& of[ Captain]of Vessels in the Mol- lases[ Molasses]Trade, taking false ones.4:197.
  • Oath's the nature of them: defended.4:202,4:221.
  • Old Men on Account of their Deaths. 103, 205,4:207,4:235,4:562,

Oppression, [diamond] persecution, civil or religious, none in Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:221. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Punch, account of a Stiff bowl of.4:197.
  • Pembrook, see Town of.
  • Petersham, see Town of.

Persecution, or oppression, civil, or religious, none in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:221. see index

  • Province of the Massachusetts Bay, never cost the Crown, or Nation any thing.4:226.
  • Province of the Massachusetts Bay the Constitution of, enquired into,4:226,4:229,4:250,4:257. See Massachusetts Bay Province of, and State of.
  • Plan proposed for America.4:253.4:334.4:367.4:374.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, another to the Governor on the same.4:244.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, respecting repairing his House, decline it.4:246.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, vote the Judge's Salaries.4:223,4:246. see index

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  • Castle William, queries respecting the delivery of it to the British Troops, &c.4:47.
  • Constitutional Society in London, their proceedings.4:52.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governor Speech.4:90.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech: wherein they define our Rights, and privileges, and declare that the Parliament have no right to tax us; and justify our Town meet- ings[ meetings], &c.4:224. see index

  • 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.
  • Pembrook, see Town of.
  • Petersham, see Town of.
  • Persecution, or oppression, civil, or religious, none in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:221.

Province of the Massachusetts Bay, never cost the Crown, or Nation any thing.4:226. see index

  • Province of the Massachusetts Bay the Constitution of, enquired into,4:226,4:229,4:250,4:257. See Massachusetts Bay Province of, and State of.
  • Plan proposed for America.4:253.4:334.4:367.4:374.
  • Plan one proposed, to settle the contest, between Great Britain, & the Colonies, by the Pennsylvania Deputies.4:544.
  • Petersham, see Town of.
  • Persecution, or oppression, civil, or religious, none in the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:221.
  • Province of the Massachusetts Bay, never cost the Crown, or Nation any thing.4:226.

Province of the Massachusetts Bay the Constitution of, enquired into,4:226,4:229,4:250,4:257. See Massachusetts Bay Province of, and State of. see index

  • Plan proposed for America.4:253.4:334.4:367.4:374.
  • Plan one proposed, to settle the contest, between Great Britain, & the Colonies, by the Pennsylvania Deputies.4:544.
  • Plan to make Boston, a Garrison Town.4:573.
  • Constitutional Society in London, their proceedings.4:52.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governor Speech.4:90.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech: wherein they define our Rights, and privileges, and declare that the Parliament have no right to tax us; and justify our Town meet- ings[ meetings], &c.4:224.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, another to the Governor on the same.4:244.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, report on the Governor inde- pendancy[ independancy], and resolve that he is not a Governor agreable to the Charter. &c, &c,4:112.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor tell him they are ready to grant him his Salary.4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor message, respecting repairing his House: tell him when he is a legal Governor they will, &c,4:116.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, another to the Governor on the same.4:244.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, respecting repairing his House, decline it.4:246.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, wherein they define their Constitution very exactly: shew that the Colonies are free States, &c,4:229.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, another to the Governor on the same.4:244.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, respecting repairing his House, decline it.4:246.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, vote the Judge's Salaries.4:223,4:246.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, were unanimous in their Answer.4:228.4:231.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, another to the Governor on the same.4:244. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, respecting repairing his House, decline it.4:246.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, vote the Judge's Salaries.4:223,4:246.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor desire to know why he will not sign the Grants made the Judges, &c,4:235.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Message on the independancy of the Judges, say that Judge who has a regard to his Character, will not accept his pay from the King, &c, &c,4:239.
  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, another to the Governor on the same.4:244.

Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, respecting repairing his House, decline it.4:246. see index

  • Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of the Massachusetts Bay, vote the Judge's Salaries.4:223,4:246.
  • Charlestown ; See Town of.
  • Church power, not determined where it is.4:231.
  • Church of Bolton, dismiss the Mr. Goss, by their own power, contrary to advice of the Council: & Instal[ Install]Mr. Walley.4:355.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech; deny the right of parliament to tax the Colonies [parallels]4:247. see index

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Act of Massachusetts Bay. Vendue Act.4:248. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. disallowed by the King.4:534.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws, granting power to Towns to hold meetings, &c.4:264.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318
  • Votes of the Province of Ma- ryland[ Maryland], to form a Militia.4:641.
  • Votes and recommendations of the Province of New Hampshire, adopt- ing[ adopting]the Proceedings of the Continental Congress, &c, &c.4:680.
  • Vendue of the Ministry.4:470.

Vendue Act of the Massachusetts Bay.4:248.4:318.-Disallowed by the king.4:534. see index

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor beg he would lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, agree to the measures of the Representatives of Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c, to com- municate[ communicate]with their Sister Colonies, &c,4:298.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, vote, that Governor Hut- chinson[ Thoams Hutchinson]'s &c, Letters, tended to introduce an arbitrary power in the Province, &c,4:303.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governor Speech.4:90.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech: wherein they define our Rights, and privileges, and declare that the Parliament have no right to tax us; and justify our Town meet- ings[ meetings], &c.4:224.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Vendue Act.4:248.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. disallowed by the King.4:534.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws, granting power to Towns to hold meetings, &c.4:264. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476.
  • 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.

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. see index

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  • 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.

Electors free of the Massachusetts Bay, an address them, urging them to choose Representatives that will adpot more vigourous[ vigorous]measures, &c.4:280. see index

  • Emerson[ William Emerson]reverend of Concord, the state of the Case between him, and Mr. Lee[ Joseph Lee] 4:167.
  • Election for Representatives in England, what gives that right.4:1137.
  • Elis English Constitution what4:226.
  • London Grown corrupt, & slavish.4:1054.
  • Lunenburg, see Town of
  • Lancaster, See Town of.

Line, settled by Commisaries, between New York, and Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:295. see index

  • List of Members of the House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, who voted to correspond with their Sister Colonies on their Grievances: and those who would not.4:298.
  • List of Members of the same House, who voted to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, and those who would not.
  • List of those who were killed, &c, in Lexington Fight.4:723,4:792.
  • Church Benjamin Dr. his Oration4:1127.
  • Correspondence Committee of, Appointed by the House of Representativ- es[ Representatives], N.B. their names.4:298. See Committee of Correspondence
  • Committee of Correspondence appointed by the Assembly of Virginia.4:272.

Committee of Correspondence of Massachusetts Bay.4:298. see index

  • Committee of Correspondence of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire].4:299.
  • Committee of Correspondence [diamond] of Rhode Island.4:290.
  • Committee of Correspondence of Connecticut.4:308.
  • Lunenburg, see Town of
  • 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. see index

  • List of Members of the same House, who voted to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, and those who would not.
  • List of those who were killed, &c, in Lexington Fight.4:723,4:792.
  • List of several Persons, who died at Boston during the Blockade.4:963. See Numbers.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech: wherein they define our Rights, and privileges, and declare that the Parliament have no right to tax us; and justify our Town meet- ings[ meetings], &c.4:224.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Revenue from America, produ- ces[ produces]nothing to Great Britain.4:261.
  • Remonstrance, Petition and Ad- dress[ Address]of the city of London to the King on their Grievances.4:283.
  • Remonstrance of the Town of Billeri- ca[ Billerica]to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], relative to the tarring, &c, a man by the Troops.4:697.

Rogers Nathaniel resolves of the House of[ Representatives]of Massachusetts Bay, relative to his Letters.4:309. see index

  • Rogers Nathaniel sollicits[ solicits]for the place of Secretary, and negotiates with Andrew Oliver therefor[ therefore].4:1181.
  • Rutland, See Town of.
  • Riot great at Marblehead : break upon Salem Goal[ Jail], and rescues Prisoners.4:462.
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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.
  • 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.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]respecting his Letters.4:311.
  • 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. see index

  • 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, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]respecting his Letters.4:311.
  • 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. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • 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.
  • 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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  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Vendue Act.4:248.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. disallowed by the King.4:534.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws, granting power to Towns to hold meetings, &c.4:264.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318 see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve on the dependancy of the Judges on the King for their pay, &c, declare they ought to be impeached, &c,4:318. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor because he declined to pass Bills, as the dates &c, were in English.4:321.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, justify, wherein their choosing Committees of Correspondence, &c.4:449.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid.
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Resolves of the Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, against the independ- ancy[ independancy]of the Judges, &c,4:318. see index

  • Resolves against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King, resolve that he is guilty of Corruption, &c,4:449.
  • Resolves that they have done all in their power to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:464.
  • Resolves on being removed to Salem.4:513.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve on the dependancy of the Judges on the King for their pay, &c, declare they ought to be impeached, &c,4:318.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor because he declined to pass Bills, as the dates &c, were in English.4:321. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, justify, wherein their choosing Committees of Correspondence, &c.4:449.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib.
  • Advertisement from Philadelphia, relative to the Murderer Ebenezer Richardson, to find him, tar, and feather him.4:386.
  • Advertisement of Treasurer Gray, forbidding the payment of public monies to Mr. Gardner, appoin- ted[ appointed]Treasurer by the Provincial Congress.4:609.
  • Advertisement of sundries, by different Commit- tees[ Committees]of inspection, to carry to an end the resolves of the Continental Congress.4:633,4:641,4:642,4:653,4:662,4:697.

Agent, chosen by the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, allowed to be paid.4:348. see index

  • Ames Levi, sentenced to Death for Burgla- ry[ Burglary].4:360. respited for a Week.4:376. Executed.4:384.
  • Agreement of the Dealers in Tea, of Bos- ton[ Boston], and Charlestown.4:422,4:437.
  • Agreement Copy of, for a non consumption of English Goods, &c.4:519.4:604.4:606.4:627.4:681
  • 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, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Numbers of Towns, who came into the Boston measures, respecting their grievances, &c,4:215,4:218,4:244.
  • Numbers in France.4:256.
  • Numbers of People assembled in the old South Meeting House, to oppose the Landing of Tea, &c.4:415.

Numbers of Fighting men, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:429. see index

  • Numbers in America.4:712.
  • Numbers of Roman Catholics, in Canada.4:558.
  • Numbers of Troops raised Last War, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ibid.
  • 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, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445. see index

  • 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.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, proposes a great alteration in the Council: to have a body of Esquires, &c. out of which the Council to be chosen.4:1171.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, says the Colonies must be represented in Parliament.4:1173.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, Sollicits[ Solicits]for a pension of £300 p Annum.4:1176.

Oliver Peter, Judge, pron- ounced[ pronounced]Corrupt, &c, by the House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Massachusetts Bay, for taking his pay from the King.4:449. see index

  • Oliver Peter, Judge, impeachment against him, by the House of Representatives,4:458,4:459.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve on the dependancy of the Judges on the King for their pay, &c, declare they ought to be impeached, &c,4:318.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor because he declined to pass Bills, as the dates &c, were in English.4:321.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, justify, wherein their choosing Committees of Correspondence, &c.4:449. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, justify, wherein their choosing Committees of Correspondence, &c.4:449.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib.
  • 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, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Impeach Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455,4:458,4:459. see index

  • 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.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws, granting power to Towns to hold meetings, &c.4:264.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616

Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836.
  • Judges, of the Superior Court of the Massachusetts, raised their salaries.4:223,4:246.
  • Judges, the Governor wont sign ye[ the]grant for their salaries.4:225.
  • Judges, may be removed by an address of both Houses to the King.4:455.

Judges, four of them of the Proclamation of the Massachusetts bay, declare they will never take their pay from the King.4:458. see index

  • Judges, of Admiralty appointed by the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay.4:863.
  • Inhabitants in the Colonies, See Numbers in America.
  • Inhabitants proportion of, who are fight- ing[ fighting]men in any place.4:975.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Council, respecting Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s taking his pay from the King.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their petition to the Governor praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: the whole House wait on him.4:Ib.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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 of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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, 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Councellor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver ], and others, resign; a list of them.4:561,4:563,4:566,4:571.
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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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, adjourned to Boston.4:97.

Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to Salem.4:505. see index

  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, dissolved by Govr. Gage[ Thomas Gage][parallels]4:517. See Assembly General
  • Commissioners new Board of the Customs, & Govr. of South Carolina, dispute about power to appoint officers of the Customs.4:120.
  • Commissioners Hulton[ Henry Hulton], Burch[ William Burch], & Hallowell[ Benjamin Hallowell], dined at Concert Hall on an Election Day, and were insulted.4:297.
  • Commons House of In England, Debates in it, respectinging the 39 Articles, &c.4:57.
  • Commons House of In England, an appeal to them in behalf of America.4:171.
  • Commons House of In England, debates and proceedings in it, re- specting[]the Town of Boston 's destroying the Tea, &c, &c,4:492,4:495,4:496,4:533.

Commons House of In England, debates in it, relative to the pas- sing[ passing]the Riot Act, &c, respecting the Massachusetts Bay.4:508. see index

  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the passing the Act for altering the Constitution of the Mas- sachusetts[ Massachusetts ]bay, where the right of taxing America is avowed.4:512.
  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the bille- ting[ billeting]Act, (American).4:546.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.
  • Act of Parliament, called the declaratory Act.4:524.
  • Act of Parliament, a Burlesque one, on the proceed- ings of Parliament relative to America.4:529.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c of Marblehead, to the same, on the same.4:506.
  • Address From the Magistrates of the Coun- ty[ County]of Middlesex to the same, on the same.4:515.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the Boston port bill.4:515.

Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]; which gives of- fence[ offense].4:516. see index

  • Address of the Merchants, &c, of Salem to Govr. Gage (a pitiful thing.)4:516.
  • Address of Harvard College to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:517.
  • Address of the Merchants, and Free- holders[ Freeholders]of Salem to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], (an excellent one).4:517.
  • 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.
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Congress Continental members for, chosen by the House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Massachusetts Bay.4:517. see index

  • Congress Continental members for, chosen by the Representatives of Rhode Island.4:Ibid.
  • Congress Continental members for, chosen by the Represent- atives Representatives of New Hampshire.4:522,4:537.
  • Congress Continental members for, appointed by the Representatives of Maryland.4:531.
  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, adjourned to Boston.4:97.
  • Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to Salem.4:505.

Court General of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, dissolved by Govr. Gage[ Thomas Gage][parallels]4:517. See Assembly General see index

  • Commissioners new Board of the Customs, & Govr. of South Carolina, dispute about power to appoint officers of the Customs.4:120.
  • Commissioners Hulton[ Henry Hulton], Burch[ William Burch], & Hallowell[ Benjamin Hallowell], dined at Concert Hall on an Election Day, and were insulted.4:297.
  • Commissioners, apppinted to enquire into the affair of burning the Gaspee Schooner at Rhode Island.4:202.4:215.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841.
  • Longitude discovered by Mr. Harrison[ John Harrison]& ye[ the]rewards paid him by Act of Par- liament[ Parliament].4:363.
  • Lexington, See Town of.
  • Lynn, see Town of.

Lords Hosue of, a protest in it, against passing the Acts for al- tering[ altering]the Constitution of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, &c, &c.4:529,4:552,4:718. see index

  • Lords House of, protest against the answer to the Kings Speech, &c,4:659.
  • Lords House of, debates in, respecting the opposition of the Americans, &c,4:710.
  • Lords House of, debates in it, on American affairs.4:875.
  • Franklin Agent, removed from his office as agent P.Master[ Postmaster]and greatly abused.4:487,4:488.
  • Farmer, his Letters on the grievances of America : cheifly on the Boston Port Bill, &c,4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.

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

  • Fast Continental one, vid Proclamation.4:756.
  • Fairfield, See Town of.
  • Farce, or play, designed to burlesque Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Vendue Act.4:248.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. disallowed by the King.4:534. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws, granting power to Towns to hold meetings, &c.4:264.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616
  • Governors, a history of the de- bates[ debates]respecting their Salary, &c,4:20.
  • Governors, and other Officers, on their Independancy: Vide Independancy.
  • Governors, forbid by Instructions to take any pay from the People, &c,4:41.

Governor, Thomas Oliver Lieutenant of the Massachusetts Bay.4:546,4:549. see index

  • Governor Franklin[ William Franklin], detected as a great enemy to the rights of America. &c,4:588.
  • Government, New Form of New- hampshire[ New Hampshire].4:883.
  • Government, defined4:944.
  • Address of the Justices of the Sessions, and Inferior Court for the County of Bristol, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:523.
  • Address of the Judges, and Justices of the County of Plimouth[ Plymouth], to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:535.
  • Address A very sensible one, to the city of New York, on their divisions, &c.4:540.

Address From Jno.[ Johannes]in eremo, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], shewing[ showing]him the merits of the Massachusetts Bay, &c.4:548. see index

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  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Councellor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver ], and others, resign; a list of them.4:561,4:563,4:566,4:571.
  • Protest of the Merchants, & Traders of the Town of Boston, against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.
  • Protest against the Boston Committee of Correspondence, &c,4:523.
  • 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. see index

  • Protest of the same, against the Answer to the Kings Speech, on American affairs, &c,4:659.
  • Protest of the same, against the measures relative to the Massachusetts Bay.4:718.
  • King George his Speech to the Par- liament[ Parliament], when he prorogued it.4:351.
  • King George Speech, substance of.4:472
  • King George his Message to the Parliament, on account of the disorders in America, particularly Boston, on Account of the east India Company 's Tea.4:495.

King George his Speech to the Parlia- ment[ Parliament], after passing the American Bills for altering the Constitution of the Massachusetts Bay, &c.4:553. see index

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  • 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.

Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558. see index

  • Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province what money was raised in it last War.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province said by the Lords, & Commons of Great Britain, to be in re- bellion[ rebellion].4:710. See State of: and Provice of.
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, protest against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.
  • Merchants of London, enemies to the Colonies, wont[ will not]petition Lord North in favour of them.4:530.
  • Merchant and Manufacturers in England, make a great stir in favor of America.4:696.

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. see index

  • Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province what money was raised in it last War.4:557,4:558.
  • 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.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib.

Massachusetts Bay Province what money was raised in it last War.4:557,4:558. see index

  • Massachusetts Bay Province said by the Lords, & Commons of Great Britain, to be in re- bellion[ rebellion].4:710. See State of: and Provice of.
  • Money, what sums raised in it last War, ie, in ye[ the]Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:557,4:558.
  • Monday Struck off, by the Continent- al[ Continental]Congress.4:873.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province what money was raised in it last War.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province said by the Lords, & Commons of Great Britain, to be in re- bellion[ rebellion].4:710. See State of: and Provice of.

Money, what sums raised in it last War, ie, in ye[ the]Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:557,4:558. see index

  • Monday Struck off, by the Continent- al[ Continental]Congress.4:873.
  • Middlesex County rise, March to Salem, and Oblige the Councellors &c, to resign.4:563.
  • Middlesex County meet in Convention, resolve, &c: the names of delegates.4:574.
  • Wedderburne[ Alexander Wedderburn]burnt[ burned]in effigy at Phi- ladelphia[ Philadelphia].4:497.
  • Windham, see Town of.
  • Wars with France, and Spain when;

Wars and the part which the Province of Massachusetts Bay bore in them.4:557,4:558. see index

  • Wars when lawful, &c.4:673.
  • Worcester County, meet by their Committees of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence], resolve, &c.4:562,4:575,4:587.
  • Worcester County, march to Colonel Murray 's, to oblige him to resign: not finding him, leave a Letter for him.4:564.
  • Resolves of the County of Worcester, against Tories, & Tory News Papers[ Newspapers], &c.4:681.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Province of New York, on the Grievances of America.4:703.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Colony of Rhode Island, respecting the Boston Port Bill, &c, to appoint a Continental Congress, &c,4:517. See page4:53, Column 2d, under Resolves of the Representatives of Colony of Rhode Island.

Resolves of the Continent al[ Continental]Congress, respecting the Prov.[ Province]of Massachusetts Bay.4:583. see index

  • Resolves respecting the counter- manding[ countermanding]orders for Goods, &c.4:588.
  • Resolves respecting the Massachusetts Bay ; about the removal of the inhabitants of Boston in the Country, &c, &c, &c.4:598.
  • Resolves respecting Non import- ation[ importation], non exportation, non Consumption &c, &c, &c.4:606.
  • Congress, many an one held in in Britain, who have deposed Kings, and Set up others, &c.4:889.

Congress Provincial, of the Massachusetts bay formed, and adjourned to Concord.4:591.4:595. see index

  • Congress Provincial, their message to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his hostile preparations on the Neck, &c.4:595.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve that no mo- ney[ money]be paid the Province Treasurer, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Congress Provincial, adjourn to Cambridge : an Account of their numbers.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.
  • 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. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the making Salt Petre.4:845.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Colony of Rhode Island, respecting the Boston Port Bill, &c, to appoint a Continental Congress, &c,4:517. See page4:53, Column 2d, under Resolves of the Representatives of Colony of Rhode Island.
  • Resolves of the Continent al[ Continental]Congress, respecting the Prov.[ Province]of Massachusetts Bay.4:583.
  • Resolves respecting the counter- manding[ countermanding]orders for Goods, &c.4:588.

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

  • Resolves respecting Non import- ation[ importation], non exportation, non Consumption &c, &c, &c.4:606.
  • Resolves to stop importation to sundry Places.4:747,4:750.
  • Resolves respecting Bills of Exch- ange[ Exchange]to sundry Pla drawn by British Officers, &c.4:751.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their Letter to the Inhabitants of Canada.4:610.

Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for, of the Massachusetts Bay return home.4:611. see index

  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Colony of Connecticut.4:620.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by Massachusetts Bay.4:627.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their proceedings relative to sending their Petition &c. to the King.4:624
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. disallowed by the King.4:534.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws, granting power to Towns to hold meetings, &c.4:264.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318

Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616 see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their Letter to the Inhabitants of Canada.4:610.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for, of the Massachusetts Bay return home.4:611.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Colony of Connecticut.4:620.

Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by Massachusetts Bay.4:627. see index

  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their proceedings relative to sending their Petition &c. to the King.4:624
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their Letter to the Ame- rican[ American]Agents, and to those Colonies who did not send Members before.4:624.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Province of Pennsylvania.4:641.
  • Address From the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his Fortifying the Neck, &c,4:595.
  • Address of the Continental Congress, to the Inhabitants of Canada4:610.
  • Address of the Merchants of Virginia, to the President of the Continental Congress. 627. See his Answer.4:Ibid.

Address of the Provincial Congress to the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to the Inhabitants.4:628. see index

  • Address of the same Body, to the Mi nisters[ Ministers]of the Gospel, desiring them to influence their People to abide by the doings of the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress, &c4:642.
  • Address From Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams], in answer to Massachu'tensis[ Daniel Leonard], shewing[ showing]the grievances of A- merica[ America]: who were the Authors of it, &c, &c4:651,4:655,4:660,4:664,4:669,4:673,4:685,4:691,4:699,4:805,4:709,4:713.
  • Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the King, in answer to his Speech on opening the new Parliament: speak in very high terms, against the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:659.
  • Congress Provincial, Meet again at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge].4:620.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve to return thanks for the Donations to Boston.4:624.
  • Congress Provincial, their proceedings and Resolves: choose new members fora Conti- nental[ Continental]Congress: regulate the sale of mer- chandize[ merchandize]to inforce the continental resolves, &c, &c.4:627.

Congress Provincial, resolve to explain the agreement of the Continental Congress: and to inforce it: write an address to the inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay, and re- solve[ resolve]to dissolve, &c.4:628. see index

  • Congress Provincial, resolve to encourage ma- nufactures[ manufactures], &c.4:631.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve to inforce their former resolutions respecting the payment of public monies to Mr. Gardner.4:Ibid.
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Resolves of Provincial Con- gress[ Congress]of the Massachusetts Bay, to en- courage[ encourage]manufacturers, and to inforce their former resolutions respecting the payment of Monies to Mr. Gardner.4:631. see index

  • Resolves to have a Collection thro'[ through]the Province, for the Town of Boston : to address the Ministers, &c,4:642.
  • Resolves that no person ought to work for the Army, &c,4:665.
  • Resolves that the Province ought to be upon their Guard, to prevent a sur- prize[ surprise].4:672.
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Congress Provincial of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve to have a contribution in the Province for the Town of Boston : address the Ministers of the Prov- ince[ Province], desire them to endeavour to influence that people to adhere to the resolutions of the Continental Congress, &c.4:642. see index

  • Congress Provincial new meet: the number of members, &c.4:664.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that no person ought to work for the Army, &c.4:665.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that the Province ought to be prepared for an Attack, &c, vote a Fast, adjourn to Concord, &c.4:672.
  • Address of the Provincial Congress to the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to the Inhabitants.4:628.
  • Address of the same Body, to the Mi nisters[ Ministers]of the Gospel, desiring them to influence their People to abide by the doings of the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress, &c4:642.
  • Address From Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams], in answer to Massachu'tensis[ Daniel Leonard], shewing[ showing]the grievances of A- merica[ America]: who were the Authors of it, &c, &c4:651,4:655,4:660,4:664,4:669,4:673,4:685,4:691,4:699,4:805,4:709,4:713.

Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the King, in answer to his Speech on opening the new Parliament: speak in very high terms, against the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:659. see index

  • Address of the Province of New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], to their Brethren on American Grievances, &c,4:680.
  • Address of the Selectmen of several Towns, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], relative to his sending Troops to Marshfield.4:682.
  • Address of the Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, to the inhabitants, on the present posture of Affairs.4:683.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Votes of the County of Cumberland, on the Grievances of America, &c.4:585.
  • Proclamation of Ditto, against the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.4:614.
  • Proclamation Or order of the King, prohibiting the exportation of Warlike stores, &c.4:642.
  • Proclamation Issued by Governor Went- worth[ Sir John Wentworth], against those who removed Powder, and Guns from the Forts.4:645.

Proclamation or Recommendation of the Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, for a Fast.4:682. see index

  • Proclamation of Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s against, Rebellion, &c.4:750.
  • Proclamation of Governor Howe[ William Howe], a- gainst against carrying Money from Boston : to form an Association, &c,4:829.
  • Proclamation of Governor Carleton[ Guy Carleton], declaring Martial Law, &c, in Que- bec[ Quebec].4:834,4:873.
  • Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the King, in answer to his Speech on opening the new Parliament: speak in very high terms, against the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:659.
  • Address of the Province of New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], to their Brethren on American Grievances, &c,4:680.
  • Address of the Selectmen of several Towns, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], relative to his sending Troops to Marshfield.4:682.

Address of the Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, to the inhabitants, on the present posture of Affairs.4:683. see index

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  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. or Laws passed by the General Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay ; amongst which are the Tax Act, which taxes the Commissioners as usual: New Vendue Act: Lamp Act, &c.4:318
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051.

Small Pox, Acts of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, relative to it.4:707,4:972. see index

  • Small Pox, in Boston.4:972see page4:60. Column 1st.
  • Snow, will make Puddings in the Room of Eggs.4:223.
  • South Hadley, see Town of.
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Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the King: say the Massachusetts Bay is in a state of Rebellion: urge for coervice measure, &c,4:710. see index

  • Address of the Representatives of North Carolina in answer to Governor Martin[ Josiah Martin]'s Speech; approve of the Congress, &c,4:733.
  • Address of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, to the inhabitants of Great Britain, on the commencement of hostilities.4:738.
  • Address to the inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay, desiring them to lend money.4:741.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province what money was raised in it last War.4:557,4:558.

Massachusetts Bay Province said by the Lords, & Commons of Great Britain, to be in re- bellion[ rebellion].4:710. See State of: and Provice of. see index

  • Money, what sums raised in it last War, ie, in ye[ the]Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:557,4:558.
  • Monday Struck off, by the Continent- al[ Continental]Congress.4:873.
  • Middlesex County rise, March to Salem, and Oblige the Councellors &c, to resign.4:563.
  • Protest of the Lords, against the Massachusetts Riot Act: and the Act altering the Constitution of the Province.4:529.
  • Protest of the same, against the Act, for the more impartial administration of Justice in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:552.
  • Protest of the same, against the Answer to the Kings Speech, on American affairs, &c,4:659.

Protest of the same, against the measures relative to the Massachusetts Bay.4:718. see index

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  • Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the King: say the Massachusetts Bay is in a state of Rebellion: urge for coervice measure, &c,4:710.
  • Address of the Representatives of North Carolina in answer to Governor Martin[ Josiah Martin]'s Speech; approve of the Congress, &c,4:733.
  • Address of the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, to the inhabitants of Great Britain, on the commencement of hostilities.4:738.

Address to the inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay, desiring them to lend money.4:741. see index

  • Address From the City of London, to the King, in behalf of America.4:742.
  • Address From Crises, (the author of,) to the King.4:749.
  • Address of the Continental Congress, to the Inhabitants of Canada, on the taking of Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], &c,4:756.
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Congress Provincial of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve to borrow Money, and address the inhabitants therefor.4:741. see index

  • Congress Provincial new, meet in assembly: choose officers, &c.4:743.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that the Colony bills, shalls be a Tender, &c,4:756.
  • Congress Provincial their address to General's Washington[ George Washington], & Lee[ Charles Lee], on their arrival at Cambridge,4:761.
  • Address From Crises, (the author of,) to the King.4:749.
  • Address of the Continental Congress, to the Inhabitants of Canada, on the taking of Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], &c,4:756.
  • Address of the Provincial Congress of New York, to General Washington[ George Washington], on his appointment as General.4:760.

Address of the Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, to[ General]Washington[ Washington], and Lee[ Charles Lee], on their being appointed Generals.4:761. see index

  • Address of Johannes in Eremo, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], as a murdered, &c,4:766.
  • Address of the Provincial Congress of South Carolina, to Lord Campbel[ William Campbell], & his An- swer[ Answer].4:768.
  • Address of the Continental Congress, to the inhabitants of Great Britain, on the Ameri- cans[ Americans]taking arms, &c.4:775.
  • Congress Provincial new, meet in assembly: choose officers, &c.4:743.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that the Colony bills, shalls be a Tender, &c,4:756.
  • Congress Provincial their address to General's Washington[ George Washington], & Lee[ Charles Lee], on their arrival at Cambridge,4:761.

Congress Provincial resolve, respecting the supply- ing[ supplying]Towns; and the enemy: selling liquors to the Soldiers: and improving the Tories es- tates[ estates], &c [diamond-zero] See Representatives of Massachusetts Bay * & Assembly4:764. see index

  • Covenant, See Agreement.
  • Cadet Company on the dismission of Colonel Hancock[ John Hancock], return their Standard to the Governor, and dissolve themselves, &c,4:554,4:556.
  • Clerks of the Court, Goldthwait, Price, and Mason, their recantations, &c,4:563,4:566.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against retailers, selling misct liquors.4:616
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052.
  • Affidavits taken by the Continental Congress, relative to the engagement at Lexing- ton[ Lexington].4:737,4:744. See under Depositions.
  • Amhirst Amherst. Sir Jeffrey, the Number of Troops which he said it would take to con- quer[ conquer]the Colonies.4:756.
  • Allen Ethan assists in taking Ticonderoga[ Ticonderoga ].4:735, &c.

Assembly General new, of the Massachusetts Bay, convene.4:774. see index

  • Assembly General choose New Members for the Continental Congress.4:863.
  • Assembly General resolve against depreciating the Bills of Credit, &c.4:896.
  • Assembly General Their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of the Town of Boston by the British Troops.4:912. See Court.
  • Oliver Peter, Judge, Andrew, the new Councel- ler[ Counceller], resigns.4:561.
  • Otis James, comes into Court, and Accepts John Robinson 's declaration, rela- tive[ relative]to his Assaulting Otis, &c,4:147.
  • Orphan House at Georgia, burnt[ burned]down by Lightening.4:319,4:320.

Officers civil, under the new Con- stitution[ Constitution], appointed by the Council of the Massachusetts Bay.4:812,4:815. see index

  • Officers Military, English, men not learned.4:1265.
  • Officers American, more capable than English. [diamond]
  • Officers Naval, in the American service, their pay, and rank with the land Officers.4:1066.
  • 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.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the making Salt Petre.4:845.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the Making Fire Arms.4:Ibid.
  • Resolves respecting Committees of correspondence collecting the state of the affairs in the respective Towns, and procuring Straw, &c.4:733.
  • Resolves that all the Colonies Bills shall be a tender, &c.4:756.
  • Resolves relative to supplying ye[ the]enemy, &c, &c: and improving the Tories Estates *4:764.

Resolves [diamond-zero] of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Massachusetts Bay, anulling a vote of the Provincial Congress, respect- ing[ respecting]the not selling sundry goods, &c,4:812. see index

  • Resolves given liberty to take Ves- sels[ Vessels]to those who are not in Commisso.[ Commission] 4:841.
  • Resolves relative to the making Salt Petre.4:845.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Lamp, abstract of.4:456,4:476.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against Monopoly, and Oppression.4:1058,4:1062.
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Proclamation of the General Court, of the Massachusetts Bay, appoint- ing[ apppointing]a Thanksgiving.4:840. see index

  • Proclamation a Fast.4:892.
  • Proclamation of General Howe[ William Howe], permitting inhabitants to removew from Boston.4:851.
  • Proclamation of General Clinton[ Henry Clinton]'s in North Carolina, forbidding all Con- gresse's[ Congresses]to set, &c, &c, &c.4:964.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the making Salt Petre.4:845.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the Making Fire Arms.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve Congress declares inde- pendancy[ independancy], that ye[ the]inhabitants ought not to declare they will support it with yr.[ their]lives, &c.4:936.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the making Salt Petre.4:845. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the Making Fire Arms.4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve Congress declares inde- pendancy[ independancy], that ye[ the]inhabitants ought not to declare they will support it with yr.[ their]lives, &c.4:936.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], notify that the King will not receive their Petition of the Congress.4:843.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Appoint Gentlman to repair to Canada, to form an Army.4:851.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their remarks on the King's Proclamation.4:859.

Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], new Members chosen by the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay.4:863. see index

  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Establish they pay of Officers, and appoint the General Officers in the Continental Army and publish General Washington[ George Washington]s Commis- sion[ Commission]. 869.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Establish an Hospital, with the Officers pay.4:874.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve against those who refuse to take the Continental money.4:882.
  • Judges, the Governor wont sign ye[ the]grant for their salaries.4:225.
  • Judges, may be removed by an address of both Houses to the King.4:455.
  • Judges, four of them of the Proclamation of the Massachusetts bay, declare they will never take their pay from the King.4:458.

Judges, of Admiralty appointed by the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay.4:863. see index

  • Inhabitants in the Colonies, See Numbers in America.
  • Inhabitants proportion of, who are fight- ing[ fighting]men in any place.4:975.
  • Independancy of the Governors, and other officers, the pernicious tendency of it,4:8,4:28,4:112,4:202,
  • Address From the City of London, to the Electors of Great Britain, on the af- fairs[ affairs]of America, &c.4:857.
  • Address of the House of Commons, to the King; promise to support him in sub- duing[ subduing]America.4:882.
  • Address From the Author of Com- mon[ Common]sense, to the Quakers.4:911.

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

  • Address of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to the same, on the same.4:913.
  • Address of the city of Belfast to the King: beg he would be reconciled to the Colonies, &c.4:945.
  • Address Petition, &c, to the King, from the city of London, in behalf of America.4:956.
  • Washington George, his Address to the Canadians.4:807.
  • Washington George, his Letter's to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Washington George, his Speech to the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress on his appointment, relinquishes his pay, saving for his Ex- pences[ expenses].4:869.

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

  • Washington George, a great encomium on him, by the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ib.
  • Washington George, his answer to the address of Select- men[ Selectmen]of Boston, on the evacuation of it.4:913.
  • Washington George, a Diploma of Doctor of Laws, conferred on him by the Harvard College.4:923.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the making Salt Petre.4:845.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the Making Fire Arms.4:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve Congress declares inde- pendancy[ independancy], that ye[ the]inhabitants ought not to declare they will support it with yr.[ their]lives, &c.4:936. see index

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  • Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], taken by the United Colonies.4:735,4:743.
  • Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ]Stores taken there.4:739.
  • Tories, and Crown point, thoughts of taking it laid aside by the English Troops, who retire.4:1041,4:1056.

Test, framed by the Great Assembly of the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay.4:949. see index

  • Treaty between King George, & Duke of Brunswick realative to sending troops to America.4:951.
  • Treaty with France.4:1018, &c.
  • Numbers of Men in Arms in America.4:767.
  • Numbers of Troops, blockaded in Boston.4:900,4:923,4:939.
  • Numbers of Troops, to be em- ployed[ employed]against America, Anno. 1776.4:937.

Numbers and names, of the de- puties[ deputies]for the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1676,4:953. see index

  • Numbers number of Fighting Men, &c, in any Country.4:975.
  • Numbers of British Troops, &c, supposed to be at Long Island, &c New York.4:1001,4:1006.
  • Numbers of Regiments, belonging to Great Britain : how many have sailed for America, and where stationed, &c,4:1027.
  • Assembly General resolve against depreciating the Bills of Credit, &c.4:896.
  • Assembly General Their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of the Town of Boston by the British Troops.4:912. See Court.
  • Anarchy, not so dangerous as Tyranny.4:1238.

Act of the State of the Massachusetts bay prescribing an Oath of Fidelity, & Allegiance.4:1034.4:1068. see index

  • Act [diamond] to prevent the return of Tories.4:1067.
  • Allegience, Act of State of Massachusetts bay, prescribing & establishing an Oath,4:1034.4:1068.
  • Articles of Amity, &c, with France.4:1018.
  • Anarchy, not so dangerous as Tyranny.4:1238.
  • Act of the State of the Massachusetts bay prescribing an Oath of Fidelity, & Allegiance.4:1034.4:1068.
  • Act [diamond] to prevent the return of Tories.4:1067.

Allegience, Act of State of Massachusetts bay, prescribing & establishing an Oath,4:1034.4:1068. see index

  • Articles of Amity, &c, with France.4:1018.
  • State of New Jersey adopt a New Form of Goverment.4:983.
  • State of New Jersey proceedings there of the enemy, and the transactions of our Troops there.4:1053.
  • State of Pennsylvania ; declare what treason is.4:1011.

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

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  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Relative to the small Pox.4:707,4:972.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against Monopoly, and Oppression.4:1058,4:1062.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Against Treason.4:1063.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Passed to establish the resolves of the Provincial Congress: to abrogate all Commissions, &c.4:767.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against Monopoly, and Oppression.4:1058,4:1062.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Against Treason.4:1063.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against crimes, below Trea- son[ Treason]. [tube]4:1065.
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State of Massachusetts Bay, resolve that the Selectmen of each Town, take an Account of the number of the inhabitants.4:1057. see index

  • Settlers, the first of this Count- ry[ Country], the reason of thier leaving their na- tive[ native]Country.4:1073.
  • Subjects, our Rights, as such.4:1095.
  • Slitting Mills, the great hardship in returning the Colonists from setting them up.4:1112.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. erecting Maritime Courts, &c: Granting Commissions to take British Vessels. &c.4:836.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. against Monopoly, and Oppression.4:1058,4:1062. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Against Treason.4:1063.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against crimes, below Trea- son[ Treason]. [tube]4:1065.
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, to form their Militia, &c.4:634
  • Manley Captain See Naval Af- fairs[ Affairs].
  • Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery]General, killed.4:879.
  • Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery]General, a Monument, erected to his Memory.4:893.

Monopoly, and oppression, Acts passed against, in the State of the Massachusetts Bay.4:1058,4:1062. see index

  • Militia, a well regulated one, the best defence for any free Country.4:1198.
  • Preston, See Town of.
  • Patriot, Virtuous one, a plate, exhibiting one at the hour of Death.4:295.
  • Prices of Things at Boston, during the blockade.4:859.

Prices of Things, fixed by an Act of the Massachusetts Bay State.4:1058. . see index

  • Pay of the Officers & Privates in the Americ- an[ American]Army.4:869.4:996.
  • Pay in the Navy.4:1066.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. to draft a quarter part of the Militia.4:1051.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against Monopoly, and Oppression.4:1058,4:1062.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. Against Treason.4:1063. see index

  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against crimes, below Trea- son[ Treason]. [tube]4:1065.
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, to form their Militia, &c.4:634
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, Repealing an Act, securing Allegiance to the King: enact that his name shall not be used in any process, &c.4:939.
  • Tell William, the noble champi- on[ champion]of Liberty: his life, &c.4:952.
  • Treason, declared what it is, by the State of Pennsylvania.4:1011.

Treason by Massachusetts bay by an Act.4:1063. see index

  • Treason crimes below that, declared wh- - what, by An Act of the Massachusetts State.4:1065.
  • traders have been the sole cause of Op- pression[ Oppression]that the New England now feels, &c.4:1032,4:1044,4:1059.
  • Tyranny, worse than Anarchy.4:1238.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against forging, &c, bills of credit: or to depreciate them: making them a tender in all cases.4:1052.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against Monopoly, and Oppression.4:1058,4:1062.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. Against Treason.4:1063.

Act of Massachusetts Bay. against crimes, below Trea- son[ Treason]. [tube]4:1065. see index

  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, to form their Militia, &c.4:634
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, Repealing an Act, securing Allegiance to the King: enact that his name shall not be used in any process, &c.4:939.
  • Act, or Law of the Town of Boston, against driving too fast in ye[ the]Streets, &c,4:644.
  • Secretary of State, Lord Dartmouth appointed for the Colonies in the room of Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill].4:164.

Secretary of State, of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, his Salary.4:1163,4:1179. see index

  • South Carolina, Province of, an address to them on the removal of their Court &c.4:176.
  • South Carolina, removed back.4:179.
  • South Carolina, inhabitants meet by their Deputies, resolve on the A- merican[ American]grievances: choose Members for a Congress, &c.4:537,4:548.
  • 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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  • 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, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • 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 Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]respecting his Letters.4:311.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolve respecting the Communicating Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters to him.4:Ibid. see index

  • 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, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Numbers of Fighting men, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:429.
  • Numbers in America.4:712.
  • Numbers of Roman Catholics, in Canada.4:558.

Numbers of Troops raised Last War, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ibid. see index

  • Numbers of those who were on the March to Assist Boston, on a false Alarm,4:564,4:571,4:578,4:592,4:593.
  • Numbers from of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]to South Carolina, both inclusive.4:617.
  • Numbers of Souls, in Scotland.4:643.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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, resolve on the dependancy of the Judges on the King for their pay, &c, declare they ought to be impeached, &c,4:318.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor because he declined to pass Bills, as the dates &c, were in English.4:321.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, justify, wherein their choosing Committees of Correspondence, &c.4:449.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King.4:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, a List of their names who voted pro, & Con.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they remonstrate to the Governor, & Council, against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], for taking his pay from the King. vid the remonst- rance[ remonstrance].4:452.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they, and the Council re- solve[ resolve]to adjourn the Superior Court, which the Governor will not assent to.4:453.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to Anul[ Annul]a vote of the Provincial Congress, respecting the not vending English Goods, &c,4:812.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve, to grant liberty to those Vessels not in Commission to take Prizes, &c,4:841.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the making Salt Petre.4:845.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they resolve to encourage the Making Fire Arms.4:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, resolve Congress declares inde- pendancy[ independancy], that ye[ the]inhabitants ought not to declare they will support it with yr.[ their]lives, &c.4:936.
  • Non Importation, non export- ation[ exportation], & Non Consumption of goods, agreed on by the Continental Congress.4:606.
  • News of the Country's rising at Camb- ridge[ Cambridge], and obliging the Councellors to resign &c, arrives in London by the Scarborough Man of War: the reception it met within England, &c,4:626,4:630.
  • New London, see Town of.

Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams]. See address to the inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay, in an- swer[ answer]to Massachusitentis[ Daniel Leonard] see index

  • Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor his Character.4:655.
  • Powder Belonging to the Province, seized by General Gage[ Thomas Gage], which occasions the County of Middlesex to rise. &c,4:563.
  • Powder and Guns, and all sorts of Ammunition, prohibited by the King's being sent to America.4:629,4:642. See under Gun Powder.

Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, See Congress Provincial, &c. see index

  • Plymouth County meets by their Deputies, on the grievances of America, &c, resolve, &c,4:591,4:605.
  • Preston, See Town of.
  • Patriot, Virtuous one, a plate, exhibiting one at the hour of Death.4:295.

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