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Searching for the keyword "act" in all volumes:

  • [no preceding index entries]

Acts of Parliament great Impress- sions[ Impressions]made in America by them Page1:9 see index

  • Acts of Parliament Fatal Effects of1:10
  • Anecdote of Casimir[ Casimir Pulaski]who had won money1:17
  • Anecdote of Wilkes[ John Wilkes] 1:56
  • Acts of Parliament great Impress- sions[ Impressions]made in America by them Page1:9

Acts of Parliament Fatal Effects of1:10 see index

  • Anecdote of Casimir[ Casimir Pulaski]who had won money1:17
  • Anecdote of Wilkes[ John Wilkes] 1:56
  • Advertisement a Singular one1:25
  • Ditto1:15. 1:Ibid.
  • Representation of the Americans in the British Parlament[ Parliament]the Utility of1:21
  • Representation of the Americans on the Carpet1:28

Robbery Act against1:24 see index

  • Remarks on sundry Articles of News from England1:99
  • Remarks Continued1:107
  • Resolves of the Assembly of Virginia1:116

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
  • Stillman Samuel Reverend Ordain'd[ Ordained]Page1:7

Stamp Act, an Abstract of1:53 see index

  • Stamp Act Opposed in the House of Commons1:72
  • Stamp Act Introduced by George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:75
  • Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid
  • Stillman Samuel Reverend Ordain'd[ Ordained]Page1:7
  • Stamp Act, an Abstract of1:53

Stamp Act Opposed in the House of Commons1:72 see index

  • Stamp Act Introduced by George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:75
  • Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76
  • 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
  • Stillman Samuel Reverend Ordain'd[ Ordained]Page1:7
  • Stamp Act, an Abstract of1:53
  • Stamp Act Opposed in the House of Commons1:72

Stamp Act Introduced by George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:75 see index

  • Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76
  • Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80
  • Stamp Act Opposed in the House of Commons1:72
  • Stamp Act Introduced by George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:75
  • Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid

Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76 see index

  • Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80
  • Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87
  • Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88
  • 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

Agents account of ye[ the]Conduct relative to the Stamp Act1:79 see index

  • American Publications assert Independency1:87
  • American Commerce on the Decline1:91
  • Agents North American Answer about quartering Soldiers1:116
  • Barnaby Mrs Died 100 years old1:25
  • Bute, Lord[ John Stuart]Mob'd[ Mobbed] 1:46
  • Barry Colonel Isaac a great Friend to the Colonies1:60

Barry Colonel Isaac Speaks against Stamp Act1:80. 1:91 see index

  • Bishops in America thot of1:84
  • Barry Colonel Speech in House of Commons against Stamp Act1:91
  • Barry Colonel voted to have his picture &c1:198
  • Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76
  • Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80

Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87 see index

  • Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88
  • Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91
  • Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128
  • Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76
  • Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80
  • Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87

Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88 see index

  • Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91
  • Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128
  • Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136
  • Barry Colonel Isaac a great Friend to the Colonies1:60
  • Barry Colonel Isaac Speaks against Stamp Act1:80. 1:91
  • Bishops in America thot of1:84

Barry Colonel Speech in House of Commons against Stamp Act1:91 see index

  • Barry Colonel voted to have his picture &c1:198
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the General Court recommends Pot ash, Hemp, and Lumber Speaks of the late Regulations as disagreeable only for ye[ the]Novelty1:95
  • Brion Lord[ William Byron]his trail1:99
  • Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80
  • Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87
  • Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88

Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91 see index

  • Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128
  • Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136
  • Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139
  • [no preceding index entries]

Townsend Charles his Speech in Favour[ Favor]of the Stamp Act Page1:91 see index

  • Timber a bounty on will be a National saving1:112
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor his Speech to North Carolina, recommends an Orthodox Ministry1:119
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor Governor1:84 1:359
  • [no preceding index entries]

York Mr Speech in favor of the Stamp Act Page1:96 see index

  • Young Doctor his Death &c.1:139
  • York. New. Confusions there on Account of the Stamp Act.1:261. 1:265. 1:278vide a Letter under the Letter L. given a particular Account of the above Confusions1:278
  • York. New. On their Making Com- pensation[ Compensation]to the Sufferers so easy1:562.
  • Answer to Invidious Queries1:119
  • America Worse treated about the Stamp Act &c than the Isrealites were in Egypt1:128
  • Anecdote of Jared Ingersole and Andrew Oliver1:160

Alarm about the Stamp Act what first gave it1:111 see index

  • Advertisement a Droll one1:207
  • Advertisement Remarkable One for Peter Haykins1:246
  • Address of the City of New York to General Gage[ Thomas Gage] 1:283
  • Epistle to a Wife1:25
  • Eliot Reverend Andrew preaches the Election Sermon1:95
  • Essay against quartering Soldiers in private Houses1:96

Essay an Excellent on Printed at New York concerning the Stamp Act, which first gave the Alarm1:111. 1:114. 1:115.vide an encomium on it1:120 see index

  • American Commerce on the Decline1:91
  • Agents North American Answer about quartering Soldiers1:116
  • Answer to Invidious Queries1:119

America Worse treated about the Stamp Act &c than the Isrealites were in Egypt1:128 see index

  • Anecdote of Jared Ingersole and Andrew Oliver1:160
  • Alarm about the Stamp Act what first gave it1:111
  • Advertisement a Droll one1:207
  • Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87
  • Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88
  • Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91

Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128 see index

  • Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136
  • Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139
  • Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169
  • Virginia Assembly's Memorial to House Lords1:Ibid
  • Virginia Assembly's Remonstrance to House Commons1:Ibid
  • Virginia Assembly's Resolves1:116

Virginia Assembly's Behaviour[ Behavior]relative to Stamp Act1:128 see index

  • Virginia Assembly's Those Excluded from the House that were against the Resolves1:143
  • Virginia Magistrates refuse to Act1:273
  • Vampres[ Vampires]account of1:49
  • Lightly Joseph for the Murders of his Wife committed to Prison1:29
  • Letter to a Noble Lord by Mr Debert[ Dennis Debert] 1:53. 1:280. 1:310
  • Letter Comical one about the Minority1:56

Letter to a right Noble Lord about the Stamp act and other regulations in America1:132. 1:142. 1:154. 1:158. 1:162. 1:172 1:177. see index

  • Letter a Spirited one to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay in the recess of the General Court1:216
  • 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
  • Resolves of Massachusetts Bay with regard to the Compensa- tion[ Compensation]to the Sufferers1:550
  • 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. see index

  • Races at Westminster1:Ibid
  • Races the Same1:168
  • Riot at Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s &c an Account of the whole1:178. 1:182.
  • Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88
  • Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91
  • Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128

Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136 see index

  • Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139
  • Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169
  • Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174
  • Conway General[ Henry Seymour Conway]Disputes with Grenville[ George Grenville] 1:87
  • Cox William Appointed Stamp Officer1:104
  • Colonies not represented in House of Commons1:131

Commons British House of her regard to America evinced by the Stamp Act1:139 see index

  • Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91
  • Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128
  • Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136

Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139 see index

  • Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169
  • Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174
  • Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778
  • Phenomenon about Olivers[ Andrew Oliver]resignation Another1:112
  • Post office a Tax on the People1:137
  • Post Office when first erected ditto1:137

Providence, Measures they went into on account of the Stamp Act1:160 see index

  • Providence, Instructions to their Representative against Stamp Act.1:164
  • Providence, Their Regulation about Manufacturers &c1:772
  • Proclamation against Rioters that pull'd[ pulled]Down the Stamp Office1:176
  • Post office a Tax on the People1:137
  • Post Office when first erected ditto1:137
  • Providence, Measures they went into on account of the Stamp Act1:160

Providence, Instructions to their Representative against Stamp Act.1:164 see index

  • Providence, Their Regulation about Manufacturers &c1:772
  • Proclamation against Rioters that pull'd[ pulled]Down the Stamp Office1:176
  • Proclamation against Rioters at Governor Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson]House &c1:Ibid
  • Drowned Bodies recover'd[ recovered]vid page,1:57
  • Disorders. Great in England1:141
  • Dollars not allowed to be traded for in Pensacola1:143

Death of Lady North America by the Stamp Act1:169 see index

  • Device An Ingenious one about the Stamp Act1:224
  • Dream on the Stamp Act1:231
  • Debert Dennis choos'd[ choosed]Agent1:266
  • Stamp Act Fill'd[ Filled]the whole Colony of Virginia with Amazement1:128
  • Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136
  • Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139

Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169 see index

  • Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174
  • Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778
  • Stamp Act at New London1:181
  • Stamp Act will be of Utility to Virginia1:136
  • Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139
  • Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169

Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174 see index

  • Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778
  • Stamp Act at New London1:181
  • Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid
  • Commons British House of her regard to America evinced by the Stamp Act1:139
  • Cannon & Feudal Law Essay on1:159. 1:163. 1:209. 1:235
  • Congress. Commissioner from South Carolina appointed1:173

Connecticut Transactions there with regard to the Stamp Act1:178. 1:185. 1:186. 1:291 see index

  • Congress the Utility of it.1:134 1:185.
  • Congress Commissioner for Philadelphia for appointd1:199
  • Commissioners for the Congress a List of1:227
  • [no preceding index entries]

Newport Disturbance there about the Stamp Act1:178 see index

  • Newport Their Behaviour[ Behavior]on the Day the Stamp Act was to take Place1:266
  • Newport Town of their Regulation Respecting Manufacturers &c1:778
  • North Carolina their Conduct about the Stamp Act1:359. 1:367
  • Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169
  • Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174
  • Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778

Stamp Act at New London1:181 see index

  • Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200
  • Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200
  • Essay an Excellent on Printed at New York concerning the Stamp Act, which first gave the Alarm1:111. 1:114. 1:115.vide an encomium on it1:120
  • Englishman a True Character of in Verse1:137
  • Essay on the Cannon and Fudal[ Feudal]Law1:159. 1:163. 1:209. 1:235.

Essay About the Stamp Act1:188 see index

  • Essay On the Liberty of the Americans they'r[ their]love of it1:198
  • Essay to the Freemen of Connec- ticut[ Connecticut]about the Stamp Act1:203
  • Essay on the Liberty of press1:230
  • Proclamation against Rioters that pull'd[ pulled]Down the Stamp Office1:176
  • Proclamation against Rioters at Governor Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson]House &c1:Ibid
  • Proclamation For a Thanksgiven for the Repeal of the Stamp Act1:455

Place Men Speak against Stamp Act &c when it is become an unpopular Thing1:192. see index

  • Parody on Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:210
  • Parody on Boot[ Lord Bute] [ John Stuart]Grandevil[ George Grenville] 1:193
  • Portsmouth Confusion there on account of the Stamp Act.1:261 1:264
  • Tree of Timothy Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles]verses on1:389
  • Town of Boston's Behaviour[ Behavior]after the riots at Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c1:178
  • Town of Boston On the next Powder Plott[ Plot]Day after1:264

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

  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370
  • Town of Boston Meet to the rejoi- cings[ rejoycing]on the repeal of Stamp Act.1:375
  • Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778
  • Stamp Act at New London1:181
  • Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid

Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200 see index

  • Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200
  • Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix
  • Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242
  • Stamp Act at New London1:181
  • Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200

Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200 see index

  • Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix
  • Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242
  • Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225
  • Essay on the Cannon and Fudal[ Feudal]Law1:159. 1:163. 1:209. 1:235.
  • Essay About the Stamp Act1:188
  • Essay On the Liberty of the Americans they'r[ their]love of it1:198

Essay to the Freemen of Connec- ticut[ Connecticut]about the Stamp Act1:203 see index

  • Essay on the Liberty of press1:230
  • Essay an Excellent One on the great grievance of the Stamp Act1:230. 1:240. 1:248. 1:254
  • Essay on Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:238On the Stamp Act and an Account profer'd[ proffered]to Queen of Spain1:250An Ironical one on the Stamp Act1:258
  • Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200
  • Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200

Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix see index

  • Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242
  • Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225
  • Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the General Court recommends Pot ash, Hemp, and Lumber Speaks of the late Regulations as disagreeable only for ye[ the]Novelty1:95
  • Brion Lord[ William Byron]his trail1:99
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the Council about ye[ the]Stamps at the Castle.1:184

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to General Court setts[ sets]Forth the difficulties that would accrue unless the Stamp Act takes place1:208 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech proposing a recess1:209
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House desires them to take care of the Stamps.1:Ibid
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Faulted for adjourning the Court so suddenly1:210
  • Disorders. Great in England1:141
  • Dollars not allowed to be traded for in Pensacola1:143
  • Death of Lady North America by the Stamp Act1:169

Device An Ingenious one about the Stamp Act1:224 see index

  • Dream on the Stamp Act1:231
  • Debert Dennis choos'd[ choosed]Agent1:266
  • Debert Dennis His Letter1:530
  • Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200
  • Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix
  • Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242

Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225 see index

  • Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264
  • Stamp Act South Carolina shew[ show]their dislike to it1:272. 1:273.
  • Stamp Act Flesh and Blood cant[ cannot]put it in Execution1:279
  • Essay On the Liberty of the Americans they'r[ their]love of it1:198
  • Essay to the Freemen of Connec- ticut[ Connecticut]about the Stamp Act1:203
  • Essay on the Liberty of press1:230

Essay an Excellent One on the great grievance of the Stamp Act1:230. 1:240. 1:248. 1:254 see index

  • Essay on Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:238On the Stamp Act and an Account profer'd[ proffered]to Queen of Spain1:250An Ironical one on the Stamp Act1:258
  • Essay in praise of Liberty1:264
  • Essay By John Lock[ Locke]recommended to the Governor of America1:276
  • Dollars not allowed to be traded for in Pensacola1:143
  • Death of Lady North America by the Stamp Act1:169
  • Device An Ingenious one about the Stamp Act1:224

Dream on the Stamp Act1:231 see index

  • Debert Dennis choos'd[ choosed]Agent1:266
  • Debert Dennis His Letter1:530
  • Debates in ye[ the]House ought to be public1:342
  • Essay to the Freemen of Connec- ticut[ Connecticut]about the Stamp Act1:203
  • Essay on the Liberty of press1:230
  • Essay an Excellent One on the great grievance of the Stamp Act1:230. 1:240. 1:248. 1:254

Essay on Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:238On the Stamp Act and an Account profer'd[ proffered]to Queen of Spain1:250An Ironical one on the Stamp Act1:258 see index

  • Essay in praise of Liberty1:264
  • Essay By John Lock[ Locke]recommended to the Governor of America1:276
  • Essay on the Stamp Act1:290
  • Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200
  • Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200
  • Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix

Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242 see index

  • Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225
  • Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264
  • Stamp Act South Carolina shew[ show]their dislike to it1:272. 1:273.
  • Place Men Speak against Stamp Act &c when it is become an unpopular Thing1:192.
  • Parody on Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:210
  • Parody on Boot[ Lord Bute] [ John Stuart]Grandevil[ George Grenville] 1:193

Portsmouth Confusion there on account of the Stamp Act.1:261 1:264 see index

  • Prediction of Good News1:279
  • Pym William his Letter about ye[ the]Power Parliament1:282
  • Plimouth[ Plymouth]- Town of Address to Town Boston1:332
  • Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix
  • Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242
  • Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225

Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264 see index

  • Stamp Act South Carolina shew[ show]their dislike to it1:272. 1:273.
  • Stamp Act Flesh and Blood cant[ cannot]put it in Execution1:279
  • Stamp Act Occasion's[ Occasions]disorders at Saint Kitts 294 at Nevis1:294. 1:307
  • York Mr Speech in favor of the Stamp Act Page1:96
  • Young Doctor his Death &c.1:139

York. New. Confusions there on Account of the Stamp Act.1:261. 1:265. 1:278vide a Letter under the Letter L. given a particular Account of the above Confusions1:278 see index

  • York. New. On their Making Com- pensation[ Compensation]to the Sufferers so easy1:562.
  • York. New. Address to the Colonies1:731
  • York. New. Representatives address to Governor More[ Sir Henry Moore]are very sorry that they incur'd[ incurred]the Displeasure of Parlament[ Parliament] 1:772
  • Newport Disturbance there about the Stamp Act1:178

Newport Their Behaviour[ Behavior]on the Day the Stamp Act was to take Place1:266 see index

  • Newport Town of their Regulation Respecting Manufacturers &c1:778
  • North Carolina their Conduct about the Stamp Act1:359. 1:367
  • News from London given an Account of the Debates in Parla- ment[ Parliament]about America1:715
  • Riot at Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]s &c an Account of the whole1:178. 1:182.
  • Riot at Secretary Olivers[ Andrew Oliver]&c.1:166 1:170
  • Riot at New Port[ Newport]against Moffat[ Thomas Moffat]and Howard[ Martin Howard] 1:178

Riot at New York about the Stamp Act1:272 see index

  • Remark's[ Remarks]on Marblehead & Braintree Instructs1:252
  • Stamp Act The Day it takes place ought to be kept as a Day of Prayer1:242
  • Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225
  • Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264

Stamp Act South Carolina shew[ show]their dislike to it1:272. 1:273. see index

  • Stamp Act Flesh and Blood cant[ cannot]put it in Execution1:279
  • Stamp Act Occasion's[ Occasions]disorders at Saint Kitts 294 at Nevis1:294. 1:307
  • Virginia Assembly's Resolves1:116
  • Virginia Assembly's Behaviour[ Behavior]relative to Stamp Act1:128
  • Virginia Assembly's Those Excluded from the House that were against the Resolves1:143

Virginia Magistrates refuse to Act1:273 see index

  • Vampres[ Vampires]account of1:49
  • Vampres[ Vampires]Essay against1:55
  • Up's and Down's1:152
  • Letter a Spirited one to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay in the recess of the General Court1:216
  • 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 see index

  • Letter From William Pym on the rights of Parlament[ Parliament] 1:282
  • Letter From Hampden[ John Hampden]to Pym[ William Pym]Contains the Number of Inhabitants in North America1:295
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto given an account of the Taxes the Americans pay1:298
  • Stamp Act Occasions great Confusion throughout America1:225
  • Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264
  • Stamp Act South Carolina shew[ show]their dislike to it1:272. 1:273.

Stamp Act Flesh and Blood cant[ cannot]put it in Execution1:279 see index

  • Stamp Act Occasion's[ Occasions]disorders at Saint Kitts 294 at Nevis1:294. 1:307
  • 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

Canada Complains about Stamp Act1:287 see index

  • Colonies the great Impor- tance[ Importance]of them to the Mother Country.1:294
  • Cato's Soliloquy on the Stamp Act1:306
  • Christoher Saint Behaviour[ Behavior]relative to the Stamp Act1:307
  • Essay on Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:238On the Stamp Act and an Account profer'd[ proffered]to Queen of Spain1:250An Ironical one on the Stamp Act1:258
  • Essay in praise of Liberty1:264
  • Essay By John Lock[ Locke]recommended to the Governor of America1:276

Essay on the Stamp Act1:290 see index

  • Essay on the Importance of the Colonies to Great Britain1:294
  • Essay On the rights of the Colonies1:362
  • Estimate of the Losses sustain'd[ sustained]by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]and others in the Riots1:453
  • Stamp Act At New York and Portsmouth in particular1:261 1:264
  • Stamp Act South Carolina shew[ show]their dislike to it1:272. 1:273.
  • Stamp Act Flesh and Blood cant[ cannot]put it in Execution1:279

Stamp Act Occasion's[ Occasions]disorders at Saint Kitts 294 at Nevis1:294. 1:307 see index

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  • Stamp Act where it took place at Georgia1:337
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Antigua1:342
  • Stamp Act where it took place at the Granades[ Grenada] 1:333

Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368 see index

  • Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Jamaica1:353
  • Stamp Act where it took place at the Granades[ Grenada] 1:333
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid

Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303 see index

  • Stamp Act where it took place at Jamaica1:353
  • Stamp Act will ruin Barbadoes1:407
  • Stamp Act Repeal'd[ Repealed] 1:411vide the Act of Parliament
  • Councellors Answer to the Message of Represent of Massachusetts Bay where they Justify there Drawing money &c1:286
  • 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 see index

  • Christoher Saint Behaviour[ Behavior]relative to the Stamp Act1:307
  • Clarendon's[ Thomas Villiers]Letters to Pym[ William Pym] 1:319. 1:323. 1:329.
  • Congress an account of the1:321
  • 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

Christoher Saint Behaviour[ Behavior]relative to the Stamp Act1:307 see index

  • Clarendon's[ Thomas Villiers]Letters to Pym[ William Pym] 1:319. 1:323. 1:329.
  • Congress an account of the1:321
  • Conway's[ Henry Seymour Conway]Letter to Governor Barna rd[ Barnard] [ Sir Francis Bernard]7.1:337. 1:427 [pg # gone]
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Antigua1:342
  • Stamp Act where it took place at the Granades[ Grenada] 1:333
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368

Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid see index

  • Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Jamaica1:353
  • Stamp Act will ruin Barbadoes1:407
  • Stamp Act The Colonies reduc'd[ reduced]to a worse Condition by it then the Israelites were in Egypt.1:139
  • Stamp Act Rais'd[ Raised]a Great Alarm vide a very good peice[ piece]that first rais'd[ raised]the Alarm1:169
  • Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174

Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778 see index

  • Stamp Act at New London1:181
  • Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200
  • Liberty Son's of a grand Meeting, to Burn a Stamp'd[ Stamped]Paper1:348
  • Letter a Comical One to Sammy1:314

Letter from Hampden[ John Hampden]to Pym[ William Pym], proving that the Stamp Act will be a means of hurting Manufacturers in America1:317 see index

  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:322
  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:326
  • Letter from General Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway]to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:327
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Georgia1:337
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Antigua1:342

Stamp Act where it took place at the Granades[ Grenada] 1:333 see index

  • Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303
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Stamp Act where it took place at Georgia1:337 see index

  • Stamp Act where it took place at Antigua1:342
  • Stamp Act where it took place at the Granades[ Grenada] 1:333
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Georgia1:337

Stamp Act where it took place at Antigua1:342 see index

  • Stamp Act where it took place at the Granades[ Grenada] 1:333
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid
  • Address of House of Lords to the Kings Speech about America &c1:340 1:371.
  • Address of House Commons1:Ibid. 1:Ibid.
  • Anecdote of Sir Robert Walpole about Taxing America 344

Address to America to persevere in opposing the Stamp Act1:349 see index

  • Address To the Son's of Liberty1:372
  • Address From Leominster to Town of Boston1:377(vid Page1:795under D)
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Barbadoes1:303. 1:368
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303

Stamp Act where it took place at Jamaica1:353 see index

  • Stamp Act will ruin Barbadoes1:407
  • Stamp Act Repeal'd[ Repealed] 1:411vide the Act of Parliament
  • Soldiers against quartering 'em[ them]in Private houses1:96
  • Letter From a Merchant ewing, the hurt the present Duties does, we should be Willing pay 1[ pound]per Gallon on Mollases[ Molasses ] 1:341
  • Speech in Parlament[ Parliament]them1:358
  • [ ] On the House of Repre- sen tatives[ Representatives] 1:602Remark's[ Remarks]on it.1:602

Le tters[ Letters]from England given int of the Means issuing Repeal the Stamp Act1:356 see index

  • Letters From a Gent[ Gentleman]in London hopes the Americans will News of the Reapl[ Repeal]Sta mp[ Stamp]Act in a decent1:415
  • 1:798under Letter O)
  • Newport Disturbance there about the Stamp Act1:178
  • Newport Their Behaviour[ Behavior]on the Day the Stamp Act was to take Place1:266
  • Newport Town of their Regulation Respecting Manufacturers &c1:778

North Carolina their Conduct about the Stamp Act1:359. 1:367 see index

  • News from London given an Account of the Debates in Parla- ment[ Parliament]about America1:715
  • News papers[ Newspapers]of Great Importance1:771
  • Norwhich[ Norwich]an Account of their Regulations about Manufacturers1:779
  • Timber a bounty on will be a National saving1:112
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor his Speech to North Carolina, recommends an Orthodox Ministry1:119
  • Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor Governor1:84 1:359

Tryon[ William Tryon]Governor his Scheme to make the Stamp Act go down1:359 see index

  • Thatcher Oxenbridge his Death &c1:125
  • Thatcher Oxenbridge Verses on him1:Ibid
  • Tree of Timothy Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles]verses on1:389
  • Town of Boston Instructions to ye[ the]Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the Stamp Act1:198
  • Town of Boston Memorial to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the Courts being shut up, and the remedy pointed out, to have them open'd[ opened] 1:303. 1:308
  • Town of Boston Answer to Plimouth[ Plymouth]Address1:370

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

  • Town of Boston Address to her recommending the encouragement of Manufacturing &c1:727
  • Treason Definition of1:181. 1:694. 1:6a98
  • Tax. Land one to be made for America1:217
  • Letter From an Irish Woman1:734
  • Landlord a Worthy One an account of his Family1:749
  • Law Regulating Pot ash1:443

Letter sign'd[ signed]Rationals Commending the disinterest ed ness[ disinterestedness]of the Lawyers and Merchants in Opposition to ye[ the]Stamp Act1:388 see index

  • Letter From Colonel Barry[ Isaac Barre]to J. Otis[ James Otis] [] 1:373
  • Letter to appoint a Congress a Circular Letter1:180*
  • Revolution of the Massachusetts Bay1:353
  • Rights we have, though Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]say's[ says]we have none1:159. 1:235. 1:588
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives previous to making up the Loss to Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c1:550.

Resolves* of the House of Commons previous to passing the Repeal of the Stamp Act.1:390 see index

  • Representatives ought to obey Instructions, 'tho[ although]contrary to ye[ the]mind1:636
  • Riot what makes one1:698
  • Verses on General Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:Ibid
  • Verses on George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:Ibid
  • Verses on Timothy Ruggles Tree.1:389

Votes on House Commons previous to repealing the Stamp Act1:390 see index

  • Verses on Reverend Mr. Bowen[ Penuel Bowen] 1:554
  • Barbadoes lament that they ever accepted of the Stamps1:368
  • Black List1:372
  • Barry's[ Issac Barry]Letter to J Otis[ James Otis] 1:373

Bishops against Repeal of Stamp Act1:393 see index

  • Pitt William Large Legacy left him1:51
  • Pitt William a Great Commendation of him1:151
  • Pitt William Friend to the Colonies1:371. 1:373

Pitt William Speech in Favour[ Favor]of the Colonies against the Stamp Act1:403 see index

  • Pitt William Statue erected to him in South Carolina1:424in New York1:447
  • Pitt William Made an Earl1:500
  • Proclamation of Governor Bar- nard[ Barnard] [ Sir Francis Bernard]about a Vessel that Repor ted[ Reported]part of her Cargo1:56
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Halifax or Nova Scotia1:307. 1:Ibid 1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Jamaica1:353

Stamp Act will ruin Barbadoes1:407 see index

  • Stamp Act Repeal'd[ Repealed] 1:411vide the Act of Parliament
  • Soldiers against quartering 'em[ them]in Private houses1:96
  • ditto1:108
  • Ruggles Timothy Transactions of the House with regard to his Conduct at the Congress1:341
  • Ruggles Timothy Reprimanded1:Ibid
  • Ruggles Timothy Reasons for leaving the Congress and dissenting from them1:400vide remarks on ditto1:402

Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]in England for the repeal of the Stamp act1:411 see index

  • Rejoicing in Boston1:412. 1:415
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Medford1:415
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Charlestown1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Canada1:303
  • Stamp Act where it took place at Jamaica1:353
  • Stamp Act will ruin Barbadoes1:407

Stamp Act Repeal'd[ Repealed] 1:411vide the Act of Parliament see index

  • Soldiers against quartering 'em[ them]in Private houses1:96
  • ditto1:108
  • Soldiers Legal in Scotland1:Ibid
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Lords House of, Debates in it on the repeal of the Stamp Act1:414 see index

  • Langdon Edwards Death &c1:425
  • Letter from Committee of Merchants1:433. 1:488.
  • Letter of Thanks voted to be sent to Mr. Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:443
  • Speech in Parlament[ Parliament]them1:358
  • [ ] On the House of Repre- sen tatives[ Representatives] 1:602Remark's[ Remarks]on it.1:602
  • Le tters[ Letters]from England given int of the Means issuing Repeal the Stamp Act1:356

Letters From a Gent[ Gentleman]in London hopes the Americans will News of the Reapl[ Repeal]Sta mp[ Stamp]Act in a decent1:415 see index

  • 1:798under Letter O)
  • Patriot Convicted of Falsehood in his account of the Manufac- tures[ Manufacturers] 1:777
  • Patriot Found in Disguise1:788
  • Paper Manufacture ought to be encouraged1:756

Petition to Parlament[ Parliament]against the Stamp Act rejected1:419 see index

  • 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.
  • Pendergast William[ William Pendergast]heads a great at New York1:455Taken1:467. 1:477. 1:482.Convicted1:484.account of his Trial1:489.Repriev'd[ Reprieved] 1:494.attempt to rescue him1:507
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George disputes in the House of Commons1:87
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George Hung in Effigy at Boston1:256
  • Greenville[ Grenville]George Removed from the Ministry1:273

Greenville[ Grenville]George Desires to Inforce[ Enforce]the Stamp Act1:423 see index

  • Greenville[ Grenville]George would have ye[ the]Colonies disarm'd[ disarmed] 1:193
  • Conway General[ Henry Seymour]disputes in the House of Commons with Greenvile[ George Grenville]vide C1:87
  • Grand Jurors address to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 1:221
  • Providence, Their Regulation about Manufacturers &c1:772
  • Proclamation against Rioters that pull'd[ pulled]Down the Stamp Office1:176
  • Proclamation against Rioters at Governor Hutchinson's[ Thomas Hutchinson]House &c1:Ibid

Proclamation For a Thanksgiven for the Repeal of the Stamp Act1:455 see index

  • Place Men Speak against Stamp Act &c when it is become an unpopular Thing1:192.
  • Parody on Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech1:210
  • Parody on Boot[ Lord Bute] [ John Stuart]Grandevil[ George Grenville] 1:193
  • Letter of Thanks voted to be sent to Mr. Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:443
  • Letter to George Mersey on a late Petition1:464
  • Letter from Canada to the Committ ee[ Committee]of Merchants1:495

Letter from Hughes[ John Hughes]and Galloway[ Joseph Galloway]about the dificulties of putting the Stamp Act in Execution, and remark's[ remarks]on Peoples behaviour[ behavior]relative there to1:497- to1:500. 1:502 see index

  • Letter From Doctor Moffat1:518
  • Letter From Lord Shelburne[ William Petty]about making Compensation to the Sufferers1:535
  • Letter From Governor Winthrop[ John Winthrop]to Governor Bradford[ William Bradford] 1:577. 1:585. 1:590
  • Merchants Committee of their Agreement about duties1:414
  • Merchants Committee of their Letters1:433 1:488
  • Merchants of Canada their Letters to the Committee of Merchants1:495

Merchants Address to the Marquesss[ Charles Watson-Wentworth]of Rockingham him on Repeal of the Stamp Act1:528 see index

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  • Act of Parliament. Imposting duties Examined1:739. 1:744
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to suspend the Legislature of New York1:748
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to appoint Commisioner for the Customs1:Ibid

Act of Indemnity &c passed1:550 see index

  • Advertizement[ Advertisement],1:689(b)
  • Act of Parliament declaring the right of Supremacy over the Colonies
  • Act Bill ing ting[ Billeting]Act, a Slavish one1:671
  • Commons House of Resolves against America1:691 1:710
  • Cokes[ Edward Coke]remark's[ remarks]on Magna charta1:706
  • Character of Charles Townsend1:766Actual reference to Townsend on:1:705

Compensation Act &c Passes1:550 see index

  • Compensation Act Dissolved1:742. 1:667
  • Colden[ Cadwallader Colden]Governor Censured in the House of Lord's1:414
  • Conway.[ Henry Seymour Conway]Boston votes to have his Pict ure[ Picture]and Letter of Thanks sent to him1:198
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Maryland1:460
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Boston on 14th August1:474. 1:477. 1:704
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act

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

  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at New York1:616
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Providence
  • Remark's[ Remarks]on the Disturbance at Captain Malcombs[ Daniel Malcomb] 1:628
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Boston on 14th August1:474. 1:477. 1:704
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Boston1:613 1:704

Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at New York1:616 see index

  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Providence
  • Remark's[ Remarks]on the Disturbance at Captain Malcombs[ Daniel Malcomb] 1:628
  • Remark's[ Remarks]on late advices &c from England1:707
  • Advertisement Extraordinary on the Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]for Repeal1:386
  • Anecdote of Pitt1:493
  • America resentment against her1:667. 1:670.

Act of Indemnity not Approved of by King &c1:667 1:742 see index

  • Acts of passed with regard to America Imposing duties &c1:676
  • America. a Prophet to seize all they've[ they have]got an Ironical peice[ piece] 1:686
  • America's Address to the Mother Country1:716
  • Act of Indemnity &c passed1:550
  • Advertizement[ Advertisement],1:689(b)
  • Act of Parliament declaring the right of Supremacy over the Colonies

Act Bill ing ting[ Billeting]Act, a Slavish one1:671 see index

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Acts of passed with regard to America Imposing duties &c1:676 see index

  • America. a Prophet to seize all they've[ they have]got an Ironical peice[ piece] 1:686
  • America's Address to the Mother Country1:716
  • Act of Parliament against America. Essay on1:718. 1:726.
  • Acts of passed with regard to America Imposing duties &c1:676
  • America. a Prophet to seize all they've[ they have]got an Ironical peice[ piece] 1:686
  • America's Address to the Mother Country1:716

Act of Parliament against America. Essay on1:718. 1:726. see index

  • Act of Parliament pass'd[ passed]to Impose Duties (a)1:719to Appoint Commisso[ Commissioner]of the Custom's in America1:Ibid
  • Act of Parliament to Suspend the Legislature of New York1:Ibid
  • Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain on positions on the Colonies1:723
  • America. a Prophet to seize all they've[ they have]got an Ironical peice[ piece] 1:686
  • America's Address to the Mother Country1:716
  • Act of Parliament against America. Essay on1:718. 1:726.

Act of Parliament pass'd[ passed]to Impose Duties (a)1:719to Appoint Commisso[ Commissioner]of the Custom's in America1:Ibid see index

  • Act of Parliament to Suspend the Legislature of New York1:Ibid
  • Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain on positions on the Colonies1:723
  • America and in defence of her1:730
  • Hawley Major[ Joseph Hawley]answer'd[ answered]by Philanthrop[ Jonathan Sewall]about the Berkshire Affair1:690. 1:694. 1:698
  • Hawley Major[ Joseph Hawley]Silenced by the Judges of the Superiour[ Superior]Court1:728
  • Hobby Wm Reverend[ William Hobby]Death1:113

Hyperion (vide a Spirited Essay on the Acts of parlament[ Parliament]imposing Duties and susppending[ suspending]the Legistlature of New York ) For which peice[ piece]Greenville[ George Grenville]mov'd[ moved]in the House of Commons for the Prints &c to be sent forever1:730 see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]censured by the House, as having a Lust of Ambition and Power1:581
  • A. Brought Forward from Page1:795.

Act of Parliament. abstract of Imposing Duties in America.1:735. see index

  • Act of Parliament. Imposting duties Examined1:739. 1:744
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to suspend the Legislature of New York1:748
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to appoint Commisioner for the Customs1:Ibid
  • A. Brought Forward from Page1:795.
  • Act of Parliament. abstract of Imposing Duties in America.1:735.

Act of Parliament. Imposting duties Examined1:739. 1:744 see index

  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to suspend the Legislature of New York1:748
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to appoint Commisioner for the Customs1:Ibid
  • Act of Indemnity &c passed1:550
  • Cokes[ Edward Coke]remark's[ remarks]on Magna charta1:706
  • Character of Charles Townsend1:766Actual reference to Townsend on:1:705
  • Compensation Act &c Passes1:550

Compensation Act Dissolved1:742. 1:667 see index

  • Colden[ Cadwallader Colden]Governor Censured in the House of Lord's1:414
  • Conway.[ Henry Seymour Conway]Boston votes to have his Pict ure[ Picture]and Letter of Thanks sent to him1:198
  • Commissioners of the Customs, a list of them & when arrived1:747&1:756
  • A. Brought Forward from Page1:795.
  • Act of Parliament. abstract of Imposing Duties in America.1:735.
  • Act of Parliament. Imposting duties Examined1:739. 1:744

Act of Parliament. Abstract of to suspend the Legislature of New York1:748 see index

  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to appoint Commisioner for the Customs1:Ibid
  • Act of Indemnity &c passed1:550
  • Advertizement[ Advertisement],1:689(b)
  • Merchants in North America would be Willing to pay 1 pound sterling per Gallon on Mollasses[ Molasses] 1:341
  • Magna Charta vide page1:244Ditto page1:706
  • Manila Capitulation &c1:60

Molasses or Sugar Act, a Revenue Act1:784 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to appoint Commisioner for the Customs1:Ibid
  • Act of Indemnity &c passed1:550
  • Advertizement[ Advertisement],1:689(b)

Act of Parliament declaring the right of Supremacy over the Colonies see index

  • Act Bill ing ting[ Billeting]Act, a Slavish one1:671
  • Act of Parliament. abstract of Imposing Duties in America.1:735.
  • Act of Parliament. Imposting duties Examined1:739. 1:744
  • Act of Parliament. Abstract of to suspend the Legislature of New York1:748

Act of Parliament. Abstract of to appoint Commisioner for the Customs1:Ibid see index

  • Act of Indemnity &c passed1:550
  • Advertizement[ Advertisement],1:689(b)
  • Act of Parliament declaring the right of Supremacy over the Colonies
  • America's Address to the Mother Country1:716
  • Act of Parliament against America. Essay on1:718. 1:726.
  • Act of Parliament pass'd[ passed]to Impose Duties (a)1:719to Appoint Commisso[ Commissioner]of the Custom's in America1:Ibid

Act of Parliament to Suspend the Legislature of New York1:Ibid see index

  • Address to the Inhabitants of Great Britain on positions on the Colonies1:723
  • America and in defence of her1:730
  • Stamp Act What Difficulties it will Occasion1:174
  • Stamp Act Occasions Disturbance and Riots at Newport1:312 1:778
  • Stamp Act at New London1:181

Stamp Act at Norwich1:Ibid see index

  • Stamp Act at Newhaven[ New Haven] 1:200
  • Stamp Act Will be opposed1:200
  • Stamp Act Rise of it, vide a Letter from E Dyar1:203vide Huskes Letter in the Appendix
  • Stamp Act, an Abstract of1:53
  • Stamp Act Opposed in the House of Commons1:72
  • Stamp Act Introduced by George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:75

Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid see index

  • Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76
  • Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80
  • Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87
  • Anecdote of Wilkes[ John Wilkes] 1:56
  • 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 see index

  • Act to Number the People in the Massachusetts Bay1:73
  • Agents account of ye[ the]Conduct relative to the Stamp Act1:79
  • American Publications assert Independency1:87
  • Instructions to Ipswich Ditto 26[pg # gone]
  • Instructions to Abington Ditto 52[pg # gone]
  • Instructions to Worcester Ditto 6[pg # gone]

Indian Jacobs Letter concerning the Stamp Act & remark's[ remarks]on G B---ds[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech 2[pg # gone] see index

  • Intelligence Extraordinary con sundry Anecdotes 6[pg # gone]
  • Jesuits Seized in Spain 67[pg # gone]
  • Judge no Person ought to be in his own Cause 73[pg # gone]
  • 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

  • Petition of the Merchants of London to Parlament[ Parliament] 1:387
  • Petition of the Colonies rejected1:419
  • Paskalos[ Joseph Warren]Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:424 1:431.(a)1:432. 1:529. 1:550

Protest of the Desenting against Real of Stamp Act[pg # gone] see index

  • (vide Page1:801under Let (a)as that was wrote to ye[ the]Printers
  • (a)as that was wrote to ye[ the]Printers
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Abington1:425
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Maryland1:460
  • Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]at Boston on 14th August1:474. 1:477. 1:704

Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act see index

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

Rejoycing[ Rejoicing]on the Anniversary of the Repeal of the Stamp Act at Providence see index

  • Remark's[ Remarks]on the Disturbance at Captain Malcombs[ Daniel Malcomb] 1:628
  • Remark's[ Remarks]on late advices &c from England1:707
  • Richmond Duke of[ Charles Lennox]his Letter1:638
  • Stamp Act Introduced by George Greenville[ Grenville] 1:75
  • Stamp Act Behaviour[ Behavior]of the Agents to Oppose it1:Ibid
  • Stamp Act Vindication of it1:76

Stamp Act Every Article used to make it a popular Measure fails 80 see index

  • Stamp Act Bill ordered to be Brought in for it1:87
  • Stamp Act to take place November 1, 17651:88
  • Stamp Act Speeches against it1:91
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Act of Parliament of the 3d of George, called the Molasses Act why not opposed2:9. see index

  • Act of Parliament a Revenue Act2:59. 2:9.
  • Act of Parliament called the Billeting Billeting Act2:274.
  • Act of Parliament Stating the fees of the Custom House.2:763.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Mollasses[ Molasses]Act why not opposed.2:9. see index

  • Mollasses[ Molasses]Act a revenue Act.2:59. 2:9.
  • Ministers of State bad ones, the advantages accusing from them.2:33.
  • Mob at London on account of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:128.
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Taxes great that the Colonies pays to Great Britian in the way of Commerce2:328.
  • Troops, Fire on the mob in England, and kill Several at the same Time they Murder Young Allen, but are afterwards thank'd[ thanked]by[ Lord]Barrington2:180 2:188.

[parallels] Tea Act, The Independan- cy[ Independency]of Governors, Judges, &c, arri- ses[ arises], altogether from the duty on Tea, they can be paid no other way2:21,& Margin see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Taxes great that the Colonies pays to Great Britian in the way of Commerce2:328.
  • Troops, Fire on the mob in England, and kill Several at the same Time they Murder Young Allen, but are afterwards thank'd[ thanked]by[ Lord]Barrington2:180 2:188.

[parallels] Tea Act, The Independan- cy[ Independency]of Governors, Judges, &c, arri- ses[ arises], altogether from the duty on Tea, they can be paid no other way2:21, & Margin see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Representatives a droll peice[ piece]from the Puritan against Bad Ones.2:61.
  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia against the Revenue Acts. &c.2:134

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

  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina respecting the Circular letter. &c.2:344.
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.
  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Resolves about encouraging Manufactures.2:34.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]s Speech about the libel.2:39.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Circular Letter to the Speakers of the Houses of Representatives on the Conti- nent.[ Continent] 2:43

Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Shelburne about the Revenue Acts. &c.2:47. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their petition to the King praying relief concerning the Revenue Acts Regulations. &c2:51.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to General Conway on the same.2:55.
  • Representatives of the Province Their letter to Agent Debert on the same. &c.2:59.
  • vide another act.2:Ibid.
  • American Exports used to be 3 000,000, Sterling since the late Regulations not £500,000.2:34
  • American Exports Trade of great Importance2:709 2:318. 2:187.

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

  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated on it at Providence2:57
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated at New York.2:61
  • America will rise, and be a Mighty Empire, maugre all Great Britain can do to prevent it2:133vide American Whig.2:Ibid.
  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]s Speech about the libel.2:39.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Circular Letter to the Speakers of the Houses of Representatives on the Conti- nent.[ Continent] 2:43
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Shelburne about the Revenue Acts. &c.2:47.

Representatives of the Province Their petition to the King praying relief concerning the Revenue Acts Regulations. &c2:51. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to General Conway on the same.2:55.
  • Representatives of the Province Their letter to Agent Debert on the same. &c.2:59.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Camden on the same2:63.
  • American Exports used to be 3 000,000, Sterling since the late Regulations not £500,000.2:34
  • American Exports Trade of great Importance2:709 2:318. 2:187.
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated &c at B oston Boston2:49

Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated on it at Providence2:57 see index

  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated at New York.2:61
  • America will rise, and be a Mighty Empire, maugre all Great Britain can do to prevent it2:133vide American Whig.2:Ibid.
  • America Number of Inhabit- ants[ Inhabitants] 2:227. 2:639.
  • Act of Parliament of the 3d of George, called the Molasses Act why not opposed2:9.

Act of Parliament a Revenue Act2:59. 2:9. see index

  • Act of Parliament called the Billeting Billeting Act2:274.
  • Act of Parliament Stating the fees of the Custom House.2:763.
  • vide another act.2:Ibid.
  • Mollasses[ Molasses]Act why not opposed.2:9.

Mollasses[ Molasses]Act a revenue Act.2:59. 2:9. see index

  • 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.
  • American Exports Trade of great Importance2:709 2:318. 2:187.
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated &c at B oston Boston2:49
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated on it at Providence2:57

Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated at New York.2:61 see index

  • America will rise, and be a Mighty Empire, maugre all Great Britain can do to prevent it2:133vide American Whig.2:Ibid.
  • America Number of Inhabit- ants[ Inhabitants] 2:227. 2:639.
  • Army Standing, when first Introduced in England. [diamond]2:35see under Soldiers & Troops
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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.
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Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95 see index

  • Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254
  • Act of Uniformity, of Parliament laying duties on Tea &c. the Rise of it. [diamond]2:309
  • American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F.
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Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95 see index

  • Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254
  • Act of Uniformity, of Parliament laying duties on Tea &c. the Rise of it. [diamond]2:309
  • American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F.
  • Tell William, a great Hero.2:279.
  • Throat Distemper.2:753.
  • Taxed America ought not to be by the Parliament vide Franklin Benjamin Letter's2:311

Test Act, a great Infringe- ment[ Infringement]of our civil and religi- ous[ religious]Rights2:95 see index

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Bankrupt Act a very bad one a spirited peice against its being prolonged.2:96 see index

  • Billeting Act.2:274
  • Billeting Act a Slavish Act.2:580
  • Bingley William, a spirted Letter from him to Robert Harley Lord Mayor.2:332.
  • Representatives a droll peice[ piece]from the Puritan against Bad Ones.2:61.

Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia against the Revenue Acts. &c.2:134 see index

  • 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.
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Virginia House of Burgesses Resolves against the Revenue Acts &c.2:134. see index

  • Virginia House of Burgesses Answer to the House of Representatives, their Circular Letter.2:150.
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Their address to Lord Bottetourt.2:534.
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Their Letter to the House of Represen- tatives[ Representatives], inclosing their Resolves.2:534.
  • Instructions of the Town of Lebanon to their Representatives2:86
  • Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Represen- tatives[ Representatives]after the Riot about seizing Hancock s Vessel2:142

Instructions of the Town of Portsmouth to their Represen tatives[ Representatives]concerning their Re- presentatives[ Representatives]ye Revenue Acts. &c.2:149 2:194 see index

  • Instructions of the city of Philadelphia to their Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the revenue Acts. &c.2:210
  • Instructions of the city of New York to their Representatives urging them to take Notice of the Circular Letter, and to remonstrate against the revenue Acts. &c.2:326
  • Instructions of the city of London to their Members of Parliament2:477
  • Instructions of the Town of Lebanon to their Representatives2:86
  • Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Represen- tatives[ Representatives]after the Riot about seizing Hancock s Vessel2:142
  • Instructions of the Town of Portsmouth to their Represen tatives[ Representatives]concerning their Re- presentatives[ Representatives]ye Revenue Acts. &c.2:149 2:194

Instructions of the city of Philadelphia to their Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the revenue Acts. &c.2:210 see index

  • Instructions of the city of New York to their Representatives urging them to take Notice of the Circular Letter, and to remonstrate against the revenue Acts. &c.2:326
  • Instructions of the city of London to their Members of Parliament2:477
  • Instructions of the city of Bristol to the same2:484
  • Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95

Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254 see index

  • Act of Uniformity, of Parliament laying duties on Tea &c. the Rise of it. [diamond]2:309
  • American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F.
  • Admiralty vice Court of New first Established in America2:121
  • Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95

Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254 see index

  • Act of Uniformity, of Parliament laying duties on Tea &c. the Rise of it. [diamond]2:309
  • American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F.
  • Admiralty vice Court of New first Established in America2:121
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Triennial Act, when it Passed, and what it contains2:254 see index

  • Tea [parallels] Act. The rise of it.2:309
  • Taxing America the Scheme of, and all other oppressions of America first came from here2:108
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
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Triennial Act, when it Passed, and what it contains2:254 see index

  • Tea [parallels] Act. The rise of it.2:309
  • Taxing America the Scheme of, and all other oppressions of America first came from here2:108
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
  • Act of Parliament of the 3d of George, called the Molasses Act why not opposed2:9.
  • Act of Parliament a Revenue Act2:59. 2:9.

Act of Parliament called the Billeting Billeting Act2:274. see index

  • Act of Parliament Stating the fees of the Custom House.2:763.
  • vide another act.2:Ibid.
  • American Exports used to be 3 000,000, Sterling since the late Regulations not £500,000.2:34
  • Bankrupt Act a very bad one a spirited peice against its being prolonged.2:96

Billeting Act.2:274 see index

  • Billeting Act a Slavish Act.2:580
  • Bingley William, a spirted Letter from him to Robert Harley Lord Mayor.2:332.
  • Bill of Rights supporters of, rise of ye[ the]Society in London.2:478
  • Scotch Mens advertise- ment[ advertisement], about disposing of their Goods.2:692.
  • South Carolina, House of Representatives, refuse to raise money for the Kings Troops2:690. 2:745
  • Scotland, Number of Souls there2:207.

Stamp Act, as alarming to America, as King James 2d dispensing power2:276 see index

  • Slavery, he that would enslave, would also kill Me, were it in his Power2:661
  • Suns, or fixed Stars, their appearance continually encrea- sing[ increasing], proves that there are millions of habitable Words2:679. 2:702. 2:705
  • Storm great at Boston, Tide higher than has been for 20 years.2:341.
  • Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95
  • Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254

Act of Uniformity, of Parliament laying duties on Tea &c. the Rise of it. [diamond]2:309 see index

  • American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F.
  • Admiralty vice Court of New first Established in America2:121
  • Admiralty vice Court of Great Innovations in2:179.and unconstitutional2:356 2:501
  • Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95
  • Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254

Act of Uniformity, of Parliament laying duties on Tea &c. the Rise of it. [diamond]2:309 see index

  • American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F.
  • Admiralty vice Court of New first Established in America2:121
  • Admiralty vice Court of Great Innovations in2:179.and unconstitutional2:356 2:501
  • Triennial Act, when it Passed, and what it contains2:254

Tea [parallels] Act. The rise of it.2:309 see index

  • Taxing America the Scheme of, and all other oppressions of America first came from here2:108
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Triennial Act, when it Passed, and what it contains2:254

Tea [parallels] Act. The rise of it.2:309 see index

  • Taxing America the Scheme of, and all other oppressions of America first came from here2:108
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Represen- tatives[ Representatives]after the Riot about seizing Hancock s Vessel2:142
  • Instructions of the Town of Portsmouth to their Represen tatives[ Representatives]concerning their Re- presentatives[ Representatives]ye Revenue Acts. &c.2:149 2:194
  • Instructions of the city of Philadelphia to their Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]about the revenue Acts. &c.2:210

Instructions of the city of New York to their Representatives urging them to take Notice of the Circular Letter, and to remonstrate against the revenue Acts. &c.2:326 see index

  • Instructions of the city of London to their Members of Parliament2:477
  • Instructions of the city of Bristol to the same2:484
  • Instructions of Cambridge to their Representatives.2:494

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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Venus. Transit of.2:525.
  • Virginia Inhabitants of, their Agreement, after their Assembly was dissolved. &c.2:534.
  • Votes of the Town of Boston respecting the Troops.2:571.

Virginia House of Bur- gesses[ Burgesses]their address to the King praying him not to Act on the Statue of Harry 8th, with regard to America.2:540 see index

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  • Bankrupt Act a very bad one a spirited peice against its being prolonged.2:96
  • Billeting Act.2:274

Billeting Act a Slavish Act.2:580 see index

  • Bingley William, a spirted Letter from him to Robert Harley Lord Mayor.2:332.
  • Bill of Rights supporters of, rise of ye[ the]Society in London.2:478
  • Brattle Colonel his address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on being negatived2:531
  • M'Quirk of Young Allen &c2:176. 2:188
  • Militia Number of in the Colonies2:974
  • Males. Number of who paid the Poll Tax in New England2:977

Mutiny Act alias Billeting Act, a very per- nicious[ pernicious]one2:580 see index

  • Middlesex Election vid Election under E
  • Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241
  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.

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

  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, agree not to Import Goods for a Limited Time.2:199.
  • Merchants and Traders The proceedings in consequence of their non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement.2:479. 2:487. 2:498. 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.

Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749. see index

  • Act of Parliament of the 3d of George, called the Molasses Act why not opposed2:9.
  • Act of Parliament a Revenue Act2:59. 2:9.
  • Act of Parliament called the Billeting Billeting Act2:274.

Act of Parliament Stating the fees of the Custom House.2:763. see index

  • vide another act.2:Ibid.
  • American Exports used to be 3 000,000, Sterling since the late Regulations not £500,000.2:34
  • American Exports Trade of great Importance2:709 2:318. 2:187.

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.
  • Act of Parliament a Revenue Act2:59. 2:9.
  • Act of Parliament called the Billeting Billeting Act2:274.
  • Act of Parliament Stating the fees of the Custom House.2:763.

vide another act.2:Ibid. see index

  • American Exports used to be 3 000,000, Sterling since the late Regulations not £500,000.2:34
  • American Exports Trade of great Importance2:709 2:318. 2:187.
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated &c at B oston Boston2:49
  • Slavery, he that would enslave, would also kill Me, were it in his Power2:661
  • Suns, or fixed Stars, their appearance continually encrea- sing[ increasing], proves that there are millions of habitable Words2:679. 2:702. 2:705
  • Storm great at Boston, Tide higher than has been for 20 years.2:341.

Sugar Act, vid. Molasses Act. [diamond-slash] (a) see index

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  • Addressing of Governor chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], will be of bad sequence[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Governor Hutch inson[ Thomas Hutchinson]by the Clergy, a Verse on[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Great America, commented on Assembly of New Y ork Duration of[pg # gone]

Agreement of the Bo Ladies not to drink unless ye[ the]Tea Act. &c3:35,3:41 [pg # gone] see index

  • Agreement of the Mer chants[ Merchants]for Non Importa tion[ Importation], first broke by the Merchants of New York.[pg # gone]
  • Agreement Said to be done by Ministerial Influence3:30
  • Agreement of the Merchants for Non Importation of Goods fro m Great Britain dissolved[pg # gone]
  • to the betray'd[ betrayed]inhabit New York by Captain Mc3:10.
  • 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 see index

  • of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], when he first met the Court at Cambridge3:69
  • 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
  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
  • Mcdougal Captain His Address to the Betrayed Inhabitants of New York3:10.
  • Mcdougal Captain Imprisoned3:41.

Mcdougal[ Captain]His defence, giving a particular Account of his being taken up; and shows the pernicious consequences of gran- ting[ granting]money agreeable to the Billoting[ Billeting]act; of Libels. &c.3:45. see index

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Tea all the sellers of it in Boston sign an Agreement not to sell any 'till[ until]the Revenue Act is Repealed.3:74. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • Militia ought to be refor- med[ reformed]&[ and]promoted, an excellent essay on it.3:78. 3:97. 3:141.
  • Militia Answered3:107.
  • Militia Strangely Neglected3:78.

Militia Act once preven- ted[ prevented]an Invasion from France by the Prime Ministers reading it3:78. see index

  • Militia Troops the Num- ber[ Number]of sent by this Province to Louisbourge3:Ibid.
  • Militia to Nova Scotia3:Ibid.
  • Militia Number of employ ed[ employed]by New England, especially by this Province the Last War3:78.
  • American British Colonies, Must and will be Independent &c.3:627. 3:629.
  • Americans Number of3:161
  • Americans Address to them by American Solon, urging them to take care of their Liberty, and to begin now to lay a Pan for their future Independency. &c.3:633

Act of Parliament called the Tea Act, partly repealed,3:104. 3:133 see index

  • Act of Parliament Stating the fee's of the Custom House officers3:186.
  • (up.)
  • Commons House of, of Great Britain. Mr Bourkes Speech in, wherein he Inveighs against the conduct of the Mi- nistry[ Ministry]relative to America &[ and]England3:94. 3:96

Commons House of Debates in, on the partial Repeal of the Tea Act3:104 see index

  • Commons House of What they did relative to Jonathan Wilkes expullsion[ expulsion], more ruinous to the Nation than the affair of Ship Money. &c.3:106
  • Commons House of Their resolves previous to the partial Repeal of the Tea Act3:119
  • Commons House of Their resolves respecting the City Remonstrance &c. and the Subjects right to petition &c.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2
  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94

Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105. see index

  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130
  • Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139
  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.

Tea Act partly Re- pealed.[ Repealed] 3:105. 3:133. see index

  • Tea House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain wont take the Duty of [diamond]3:133.
  • Tea The Method of Cultivating it Etc.3:148. 3:173.
  • Town of Norwich, meet, and vote to Strengthen the Non Importation Agreement.3:30.
  • Act of Parliament called the Duty, or Tea Act the preamble of it.3:225 3:521
  • Act of Parliament Called the decla- ratory[ declaratory]Act, the Death Warrant of Our Liberties3:1016

Act of this Province against Burglary3:115 see index

  • 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
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Burglary Act against3:115 see index

  • Burglary Act The first that suffered in consequence of it3:256
  • Billeting Act continued.3:133.
  • Barnes Henry's, the Importers Goods detected &c.3:138.
  • Commons House of, of Great Britain. Mr Bourkes Speech in, wherein he Inveighs against the conduct of the Mi- nistry[ Ministry]relative to America &[ and]England3:94. 3:96
  • Commons House of Debates in, on the partial Repeal of the Tea Act3:104
  • Commons House of What they did relative to Jonathan Wilkes expullsion[ expulsion], more ruinous to the Nation than the affair of Ship Money. &c.3:106

Commons House of Their resolves previous to the partial Repeal of the Tea Act3:119 see index

  • Commons House of Their resolves respecting the City Remonstrance &c. and the Subjects right to petition &c.3:Ibid.
  • Commons House of Debates in, about the City Remonstrance3:125
  • Commons House of Address the King on the same3:129
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Resolves of the Ho- use[ House]of Commons, in Great Bri- tain[ Britain], when they partly repeal'd[ repealed]the duty Act and took under Consideration the city Remon- stance[ Remonstrance], and the Right of petiti- oning[ petitioning]the King.3:119. see index

  • Resolves Moved for, in ye[ the]House of Commons, by Mr Bourke to be past relative to America3:184.
  • Resolves of the Phila- delphia[ Philadelphia]Tradesmen &c, to abide by the Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]&c: and against Newport3:136.
  • Resolves of the same, Against New York for Breaking the Agreement3:183.
  • Letter From the Town of Abington, thank- ing[ thanking]the Merchants &c.3:75
  • Letter An Excellent one, giving an account of the bad designs of the Minis- try[ Ministry], and urges the continuance of the Non Importation Agreement. &c.3:93
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to[ Lord]Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his treat- ment[ treatment]of the Americans3:107

Letter An Excellent one from London, giving an account of the partial Re- peal[ Repeal]of the Tea Act, and shows the great Importance of the non Importation A- greement[ Agreement] 3:129. see index

  • Letter An Excellent one, from the Committee, of Mer- chants[ Merchants]of South Carolina, to Merchants of Philadelphia ur- ging[ urging]the Colonies to abide by their Non Importation[ Agreement] 3:129
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.

Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130 see index

  • Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139
  • Merchants Meet and resolve to break all Connection with Newhampshire[ New Hampshire] 3:153
  • Burglary Act against3:115
  • Burglary Act The first that suffered in consequence of it3:256

Billeting Act continued.3:133. see index

  • Barnes Henry's, the Importers Goods detected &c.3:138.
  • Barons Mr. the Collector hardly dealt with by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]&[ and]Charles Paxton, vid his petition to the Assem- bly[ Assembly] 3:141.
  • Bill of Rights Society of they meet, and state Mr. Wilkes's[ John Wilkes]debts3:186.
  • King's Answer to the address of both Houses of Parliament on the City address3:132.
  • King's Threatened3:130.
  • King's A Prophecy, con- cerning.[ concerning]&c.3:Ibid.

King's His Speech to the Parliament, when he pro- rogued[ prorogued]them, after the partial Repeal of the Tea Act.3:177. see index

  • King's His Answer to the 2nd Remonstrance of the City of London3:184.
  • King's His Answer to the Address of the City of London, on the Birth of a Princess.3:211.
  • King's Said to be a But- ton[ Button]Maker.3:213.
  • Americans Number of3:161
  • Americans Address to them by American Solon, urging them to take care of their Liberty, and to begin now to lay a Pan for their future Independency. &c.3:633
  • Act of Parliament called the Tea Act, partly repealed,3:104. 3:133

Act of Parliament Stating the fee's of the Custom House officers3:186. see index

  • (up.)
  • Lords House of, Their Address to the King on the City Remon- strance[ Remonstrance] 3:129
  • Lords House of, Resolves moved by Lord Richmond to pass in the House, respecting America3:177.
  • Lords House of, Debates in, concer- ning[ concerning]America3:Ibid.

Lords House of, Debates in, rela- tive[ relative]to the Duty Acts; Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]determines to fix the Right of taxing America &c.3:222. see index

  • Lords House of, Their Address to the King in answer to his Speech3:71. 3:369
  • Lords House of, Debates in it, &[ and]Lord Chathams Speech, on the hostilities of the Spaniards, and the Terrible Situation Great Bri- tain[ Britain]is in by means of a bad Ministry. &c.3:383.
  • Lords House of, Debates in it on a War with Spain. &c.3:410.
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Act of Parliament called the Duty, or Tea Act the preamble of it.3:225 3:521 see index

  • Act of Parliament Called the decla- ratory[ declaratory]Act, the Death Warrant of Our Liberties3:1016
  • Act of this Province against Burglary3:115
  • Act of this Province the First executed in Consequence of it.3:256
  • Act of Parliament called the Duty, or Tea Act the preamble of it.3:225 3:521
  • Act of Parliament Called the decla- ratory[ declaratory]Act, the Death Warrant of Our Liberties3:1016
  • Act of this Province against Burglary3:115

Act of this Province the First executed in Consequence of it.3:256 see index

  • 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
  • Burglary Act against3:115

Burglary Act The first that suffered in consequence of it3:256 see index

  • Billeting Act continued.3:133.
  • Barnes Henry's, the Importers Goods detected &c.3:138.
  • Barons Mr. the Collector hardly dealt with by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]&[ and]Charles Paxton, vid his petition to the Assem- bly[ Assembly] 3:141.
  • Petitions of Agent De- bert[ Debert], relative to Governor Bernards Impeachment3:257.
  • Petitions of Agent De- bert[ Debert], Remonstrance, &[ and]Address of the City of West- minster[ Westminster]to the King3:353.

Petitions of the House of Representatives to the King against the Revenue Acts, &c. From Virginia3:452. see index

  • Petitions of the Regula- tors[ Regulators]to Governor Tyron, before the Battle.3:518.
  • Petitions of Mr Allen to the House of Commons, that the Murderers of his Son might be Brought to Justice, which petition was Rejected3:528.
  • Petitions of ye[ the]Slaves 6403:541.
  • Verdict in Favour[ Favor]of Doctor Haly, for Duelling.3:619.
  • Verdict in Favour[ Favor]of the Printer of Junius's Letter to the King.3:233. 3:245.
  • Virginia Representa- tives[ Representatives]of, against Bishops in America.3:535.

Virginia House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their Petition to the King respecting the Re- venue[ Revenue]Acts. &c.3:452. see index

  • Speaker of the House of Commons in Great Britain, Sir John Cust died because the House would not let him go to ease the Calls of Nature: They Alter that Cus- tom[ Custom].3:85.
  • Speech. Edmund Bour- kes[ Bourkes], in the House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain.3:94.

Speech. Of Colonel Isaac Barre, in the same place, on a Motion made to send the Alderman Oliver to the Tower, in which Speech he draws a Shocking Character of the House of Commons, char- ging[ charging]them with doing worse acts, than Charles 1, Etc.3:469. see index

  • Speech. Of Lord Chat- hams[ Chathams]in the House of Lords, on a Motion made to have the Papers laid before them, respec- ting[ respecting]the Taking Falkland Is- land[ Island], in which Speech he shows the Terrible condition the kingdom is brought into by the Wretched Minister, & says they ought to be dragged to punishments, Etc. Etc.3:383.
  • Speech. & Says Impres- sing[ Impressing]Men is Legal3:399
  • Speech. Of Lord Chat- hams[ Chathams]in the same place, respecting Wilkes's[ John Wilkes]Right to set in the House of Com- mons.[ Commons]Etc. and gives the Num- ber[ Number]& Weight of the Petiti- on[ Petition]to the King for Redress of grievances, Etc.3:526
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]in a poor situation respecting Leavning, &[ and]Liberty: have no Charter3:152.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]Boston Merchants. &c, vote to break of all Connections with them3:153.
  • Northern Light, Ac- counted for.3:219.

North Carolina Assembly of, pass a Riot Act, in order to convict the Regulators3:474. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Make a violent Riot, break into the Court of Law, abuse the Judges, Officers. &c.3:302. 3:308.
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], The Militia drawn out against them.3:335.
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], Marches against them.3:469.

Regulators of North Caro- lina Governor, Bills found against them. viz., Hunter, Husbands, &[ and]Howell. &c. required to Surrender: an Act made to raise an Army, Governor Tryon[ William Tryon]heads it, &[ and]Marches.3:474. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Resolves of the Society of the Bill of Rights, respecting Swearing Candidates for Members of Parliament, to endeavour[ endeavor]to get a Bill passed to Shorten the duration of Parliaments. &c.3:548.
  • Representatives of North Carolina, their Resolves against the Parliament of Great Britain, laying any Taxes on them, &[ and]against the Resolves of the Lords, &[ and]Common relative to America.3:21.
  • Representatives of North Carolina, Their address to the King, on the same.3:Ibid.

Representatives of North Carolina, They pass the Riot Act, in order to Try the Regulators.3:474. see index

  • Representatives of North Carolina, They pass an Act, to raise an Army to go against the Regulators.3:Ibid.
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], a vote in their Assembly, Referring to them.3:22
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Make a violent Riot, break into the Court of Law, abuse the Judges, Officers. &c.3:302. 3:308.
  • 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
  • London city, Debates in about Impressing Men &c.3:415.
  • London city, Their proceeding respecting the Lord Mayor, &[ and]Alderman's discharging the Printers &c; vote them their Thanks.3:472
  • London city, A Great Riot in it occasioned by the Commitment of the Lord Mayor &c. to the Tower3:472

London city, Their petition to the King relative to the Act of Par- liament[ Parliament]for embarking the River Thames &c.3:528. see index

  • London city, Address of the Lord Mayor &c, to the King on the Birth of a Prince3:548
  • London city, Choose Wilkes[ John Wilkes], &[ and]Bull, Sheriffs.3:556.
  • Petition of the City of London to the King.3:106.
  • Petition Another.3:178.
  • Petition Another.3:556.

Petition Another against an Act of Parliament for embank- ing[ embanking]River Thames3:528. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Bishops For America, the wife and Goods, both Lords and others against sending them, wth the objections3:551
  • Bishops Driving at, sending them to America3:615
  • Barre Colonel his Speech in the House of Commons, vid under Speech.

Buffonery acted at Cambridge, Justified against the exceptions of Mr. Croswell3:559 see index

  • Buffonery Condemned.3:560. 3:567.
  • Britain Great, what Ad- vantage's[ Advantage's]the Colonies are to her, with an Estimate of the value of her Exports3:704
  • C
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Grieviously oppressed;- Ruined by Lawyers, Clerks. &c, proved in a Bill of Cost again st[ against]one of them.3:564.
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Raising Men and defeating them, almost depopulated the Province.3:Ibid.
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], A Particular Govern- mental[ Governmental]Account of them, a con- cession[ concession]made that they were oppres- sed[ oppressed], but not to that degree as to Justify their Rising. an Account of Herman Husbands being expelled the House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]Governor Tryon[ William Tryon]did not fire on them before the Time was expired, Captain Morril confessed they were Rebels, and Justly deserv'd[ deserved]to die. &c. &c.3:571.

Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Another Account in their Favour[ Favor], shew- ing[ showing]the reason of the Rising. &c; the Great Oppressions they labou- red[ labored]under their oppressions when Tried, &[ and]Cast, Fine but 6d. The Regulators Fined £100&c. Colonel Fanning a great Villian, Captain Husbands[ Herman Husbands]chose Represen- tative.[ Representative]&c. Expelled the House, &[ and]sent to Goal.[ Jail]&c a Riot Act passed, the substance of it officers ackn- owledge[ acknowledge]they took to much for Fees, &c, an Account of the Battle, &[ and]execution of Several who were taken: with Captain Morril s Cha- racter[ Character]&c Their Farms destroy- ed.[ destroyed]&c. &c.3:587. see index

  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Captain Morril, his dying Speech.3:595.
  • Alderman Oliver, and the Lord Mayor of London sent to the Tower, for dischar -ing the Printers. &c.3:471 3:472
  • Admiral Montague appoin- ted[ appointed]to succeed Commodore Gam- bier[ John Gambier], and arrives at Boston, the Time when he came here before, and the occasion of it. &c.3:541
  • Ambassador French, Count de Guigne, leaves London ab- ruptley abruptly and goes to France.3:589

Acts of Trade, Our Ancestors Adopted them by their own Consent3:591 see index

  • America, how many Miles it contains 613
  • Annual Political Lectures, Town of Boston, vote to have one Forever, and annualy annually to provide an Orator3:442
  • Adams John Esquire[ John Adams]his plea- dings[ pleadings]for the Soldiers, con- cerned[ concerned]in the Massacre.3:933.
  • Act of Parliament called the Duty, or Tea Act the preamble of it.3:225 3:521

Act of Parliament Called the decla- ratory[ declaratory]Act, the Death Warrant of Our Liberties3:1016 see index

  • Act of this Province against Burglary3:115
  • 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
  • Representatives of North Carolina, their Resolves against the Parliament of Great Britain, laying any Taxes on them, &[ and]against the Resolves of the Lords, &[ and]Common relative to America.3:21.
  • Representatives of North Carolina, Their address to the King, on the same.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of North Carolina, They pass the Riot Act, in order to Try the Regulators.3:474.

Representatives of North Carolina, They pass an Act, to raise an Army to go against the Regulators.3:Ibid. see index

  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], a vote in their Assembly, Referring to them.3:22
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], Make a violent Riot, break into the Court of Law, abuse the Judges, Officers. &c.3:302. 3:308.
  • Regulators of North Caro- lina[ Carolina], The Militia drawn out against them.3:335.
  • Trethotick Barlow, chose Lord Mayor London. 209.
  • Temple John the Commissioner dismist[ dismissed]from the Board.3:265.
  • Toasts given out in Com- pany[ Company]of Gentlemen, when Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]Commission was Reading.3:423.

Trade Acts. vid Acts of Trade. see index

  • Treasurers of the Province of South Carolina, Commit ted[ Committed]to Goal[ Jail]for Contempt of the House &c.3:619.
  • Trowbridge. Edmund Judge, his Charge to the Jury on the Trial of the Soldiers.3:963.
  • Treason in Resisting the King Troops.3:976.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Cambridge.4:785.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Boston.4:988.4:993.
  • Adjournment of the General Court to Boston.4:97.

Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117. see index

  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176
  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.
  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • 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.
  • Anniversary of the 14th August, celebrated at Boston.4:988.4:993.
  • Adjournment of the General Court to Boston.4:97.
  • Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117.

Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176 see index

  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.
  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379
  • 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.
  • Toleration Act, what.4:1094.

Toleration Act, on, from Voltair[ Voltaire]-4:194.4:1091. see index

  • The following was omitted, viz.
  • Temple John, a late Commissioner, advanced in england.4:53,4:42.
  • Trimmers, or luke warm Friends to liberty, do more harm to the cause, than the 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.
  • 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. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Men of War seen of, off Providence.4:1057. See Ships of War.
  • Measles in Boston, a great Num- ber[ Number]die of Children.4:153.
  • Marblehead, see Town of.

Molasses Act, never submitted to, as a People.4:202. see index

  • Mortality Bills of, of the Town of Boston, See bills of Mort- ality[ Mortality]of the Town of Boston.
  • Marlborough, see Town of.
  • Medfield, See Town of.
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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

  • [no following entries]
  • Adjournment of the General Court to Boston.4:97.
  • Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117.
  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176

Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251. see index

  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379
  • Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
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Writ of Assistance, their nature, and tendency pointed out; an attempt to introduce them in Connecticut : Acts of Parliament establishing them, &c,4:272. see index

  • Wobourn[ Woburn], see Town of.
  • Weavers, their Petition to the King4:316.
  • Westborough, see Town of.
  • 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.
  • Lightening, Strikes the Or- phan[ Orphan]House at Georgia, and burns it down, although defended with Points.4:320.
  • Lawyer, Profession of, noble and honourable[ honorable], but much abused lately, by yt.[ that]pleading no causes, unless they draw the Writ, &c,4:351.

Longitude discovered by Mr. Harrison[ John Harrison]& ye[ the]rewards paid him by Act of Par- liament[ Parliament].4:363. see index

  • 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.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Account of Bunker hill Fight.4:817.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answers to the addresses of the Inhabitants of Boston : the Mandamus Councellors, and Refugee Tories on his leaving Boston.4:827,4:828.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], respecting his Letter to General Wash- ington[ George Washington], on the treatment of Prisoners.4:863.

Gold, the great hardships England un- dergoes[ undergoes], by an Act passed to prevent its passing without it is weighed.4:369. see index

  • Goal at Salem broken open, and the Prisoners confined for burning the Hospital, discharged. [diamond]4:455.
  • Graves Admiral, arrives, and Supercedes Admiral Montague.4:526.
  • Green Francis, an addressor to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], driven from Connecticut.4:530.
  • See page4:67, column 1, under Towns.
  • See Under Army, British & Soldiers, Engagements, &c.
  • Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284.

Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380. see index

  • Tea, Act of Parliament, granting liberty to the East India House to export it to America free of duty.4:379.
  • Tea, the Governor, Judges, &c, can be paid only from the duties laid on this Act,- and is worse than the Stamp Act.4:380,4:383.
  • Tea, Commissioners, or Fac- tors[ Factors]in America, an address to them, urging them not to accept of their Commission.4:383.
  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176
  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.
  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.

Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379 see index

  • 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.
  • See Under Army, British & Soldiers, Engagements, &c.
  • Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284.
  • Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380.

Tea, Act of Parliament, granting liberty to the East India House to export it to America free of duty.4:379. see index

  • Tea, the Governor, Judges, &c, can be paid only from the duties laid on this Act,- and is worse than the Stamp Act.4:380,4:383.
  • Tea, Commissioners, or Fac- tors[ Factors]in America, an address to them, urging them not to accept of their Commission.4:383.
  • Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117.
  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176
  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.

Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380. see index

  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379
  • Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499.
  • Act of Parliament, said to be a Brutal Act, and was planned by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], here, and the Cabal.4:497.
  • Elis English Constitution what4:226.
  • England, one of the chief causes of her misery, owing to owing to a corrupt parliament: and being so profuse of the nations money.4:382.4:540
  • England Grievances of East India Company ; greatly involved; can't[ cannot]pay her debts,4:261,4:284,4:674,4:675.

England have a licence to export Tea to America, by Act of Parliament, duty free, except, &c.4:380. see index

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  • Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284.
  • Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380.
  • Tea, Act of Parliament, granting liberty to the East India House to export it to America free of duty.4:379.

Tea, the Governor, Judges, &c, can be paid only from the duties laid on this Act,- and is worse than the Stamp Act.4:380,4:383. see index

  • Tea, Commissioners, or Fac- tors[ Factors]in America, an address to them, urging them not to accept of their Commission.4:383.
  • Address. Petition, and Remonstrance of the City of London to the King, on their Grievances.4:283
  • Address to Britain, and America ; offers a Plan.4:334. 4:367.

Address To the Tea Commissioners, appoint- ed[ appointed]by the east india[ East India]Company to act in America.4:383. 4:386. 4:390. see index

  • Address of Lord Mayor Bull[ Frederick Bull], to the Livery of London, requesting their votes for a seat in the House of Commons.4:451.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, &c, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his going to England.4:511.
  • Address From the Lawyers to the same, on his departure, &c.4:511.
  • 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.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General Arrives at head quarters.4:1029.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General taken Prisoner.4:1065.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Strictures on a Letter, wrote by a Tory.*4:1257.

Lamp Act, abstract of4:456,4:476. see index

  • Liberty Tree, cut down by order of General Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:793.
  • Long Island taken posses- sion[ possession]of, by the British Troops.4:969,4:1001,4:1016.
  • Long Island evacuated by the Ar- my[ Army]of the United States,4:1005,4:1008,4:1010,4:1016
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, in answer to their remonstrance respecting the re- moval[ removal]of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: say's he can't[ cannot]do it, &c,4:452.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House, respecting the removal of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:455.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: tells them he is going to England, &c,4:Ibid.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, refuses to sign some bills: an account of them.4:462.
  • Portsmouth in Newhampshire[ New Hampshire], see Town of.
  • Prudence, political, what.4:418.
  • Probate Court of, and Court for determining Marriages, and Divorces: the Governor instructed not to put a negative on the determination of the major part.4:445,4:449.

Post Office, a design to abolish that erected by Act of Parliament, and set up Provincial ones.4:467. see index

  • Post Office, one in America, be- fore[ before]the Parliamentary one.4:472.
  • Post Office, the Origin of it, &c,4:474.
  • Post Office, the Parliamentary one, made for the express purporse of raising a revenue, &c,4:472.
  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379
  • Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499.

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

  • Act of Parliament, Comments on it.4:501,4:502.
  • Act of Parliament, to suppress Riots, and to regulate the Government of the Massachusetts Bay : appoint a Council from England, &c.4:509,4:510,4:532.
  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.
  • Act of Parliament, called the Tea Act: the preamble to it.4:251.
  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379

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

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

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

  • Town of Boston, meet, and consult on measures, relative to Blocking up the Har- bour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and vote, that they will do nothing respecting the Port Bill, untill a Congress meet: their votes, &c.4:518.
  • Town of Boston, meet on adjournment,- a motion made to censure the Committee of Correspondence, &c; but the Town approve of their conduct.4:525.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379
  • Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499.
  • Act of Parliament, said to be a Brutal Act, and was planned by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], here, and the Cabal.4:497.

Act of Parliament, Comments on it.4:501,4:502. see index

  • Act of Parliament, to suppress Riots, and to regulate the Government of the Massachusetts Bay : appoint a Council from England, &c.4:509,4:510,4:532.
  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.
  • Act of Parliament, called the declaratory Act.4:524.
  • Town of, Braintree, their proceedings respecting the East India Com- pany[ Company]'s tea, &c.4:471.
  • Town of, Eastham, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings], on the same, resolve, &c.4:475.
  • Town of, Wells, their proceed- ings[ proceedings]on the same, resolve, &c.4:480.

Town of, Newport, their votes, respecting the Port Act.4:501. see index

  • Town of, Providence, their resolves respecting the same.4:505.
  • Town of, Marblehead, their votes, &c. respecting a non importation agree- ment[ agreement].4:505.
  • Town of, Marblehead, their proceedings, & declarations, relative to the addressors of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:511.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the bille- ting[ billeting]Act, (American).4:546.
  • Town of, Providence, their resolves respecting the same.4:505.
  • Town of, Marblehead, their votes, &c. respecting a non importation agree- ment[ agreement].4:505.
  • Town of, Marblehead, their proceedings, & declarations, relative to the addressors of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:511.

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

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

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

  • Virginia dissolved, see Lord Dunmore s Message.4:Ibid.
  • Virginia in Convention, their declaration.4:874. See State of.
  • Virginia County of Fair- fax[ Fairfax], inhabitants meet, - the votes, &c. respecting the American Grievances,4:545.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.
  • Letter from England, extracts from, given a relation of the shocking condition England is in, and the mea- sures[ measures]pursued against America,4:500,4:552.
  • Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501.

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

  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562.
  • Letter One dropt in the Camp, urging to take off sundry Patriots, &c,4:578.
  • 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.
  • Rhode Island House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], adpot the measures recommended by the Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:290.
  • Rhode Island passa Militia Act: vote Members for a Continental Congress did; vote to purchase a large quantity of Ammunition.4:634.
  • Rhode Island pass an Act; renouncing the Kings Name in all Processes, &c,4:939.

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

  • Resolve's of the Representative of the Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hut- chinson[ Hutchinson]'s Independancy, resolve by his being independant, that he is not a Governor agreable[ agreeable]to the Charter, &c, &c.4:112.
  • Resolve's against the declaratory Act, and the Judges taking their pay from the King: say if they take it, they are ene- mies[ enemies]to their Country, &c, &c.4:251.
  • Resolve's respecting choosing Com- mittees[ Committees]of Correspondence, &c,4:298.
  • Britain Great, her distressed Condition pointed out.4:301,4:306. vid, Great Britain
  • Bolton Church of. See Church of Bolton.
  • Burglary, Levi Ames tried for it, & sentenced to die.4:360. Executed.4:384.

Barry Colonel his Speech on the Massachusetts Riot Act.4:520. see index

  • Barry Colonel His, and Fuller s Speech on the Billeting Act. vid page4:16th, under Barry.4:546.
  • Burke Edmund, his Speech on the Boston Port Bill.4:533.
  • Burke Edmund, an excellent Speech of his, relative to America, &c.4:783,4:896.
  • Sheriffs Wilkes[ John Wilkes], & Bull[ Frederick Bull], pass salutary orders respecting prisoners, and admittance into the Courts, &c.4:32.
  • Speech of Mr. Flood in the Irish House of Commons, against Jerry Dyson 's having a pension, &c.4:35.
  • Speech of Colonel Barry in the House of Commons against the minis- try[ ministry], &c.4:56.

Speech of Ditto on the Massachusetts Riot Act.4:520. see index

  • Speech of Edmund Burke in the House of Commons, on the Boston Port Act.4:533.
  • Speech of ditto on American Affairs.4:783.
  • Speech of Governor Montague[ Charles Greville Montagu], at the dissolution of the Assembly of South Carolina.4:197.
  • Town of Portsmouth, their proceedings, relative to the East India Company 's tea, which arrived there.4:525.
  • Town of Windham, send to Boston as a present to the sufferers by the Boston Port Act, a number of Sheep: their proceedings, &c.4:526.

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

  • Towns, of Sudbury, advertise rogues, & Cheats.4:322.
  • Towns, of Plymouth, meet, and vote against an address of the Jus- tice[ Justice]to General Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:555.
  • Towns, of Salem, meet & choose Deputies to meet in County Congress: General Gage[ Thomas Gage]forbids them, marches Troops, apprehend the Committee of Correspondence, &c.4:561.
  • Act of Parliament, Comments on it.4:501,4:502.
  • Act of Parliament, to suppress Riots, and to regulate the Government of the Massachusetts Bay : appoint a Council from England, &c.4:509,4:510,4:532.
  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.

Act of Parliament, called the declaratory Act.4:524. see index

  • Act of Parliament, a Burlesque one, on the proceed- ings of Parliament relative to America.4:529.
  • Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549.
  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.
  • Town of Portsmouth, their proceedings, relative to the East India Company 's tea, which arrived there.4:525.

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

  • Act of Parliament, to suppress Riots, and to regulate the Government of the Massachusetts Bay : appoint a Council from England, &c.4:509,4:510,4:532.
  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.
  • 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. see index

  • Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549.
  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.
  • Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721.
  • 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.
  • Protest of Marshfield in- habitants[ inhabitants].4:454.
  • Protest of the Merchants, & Traders of the Town of Boston, against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.
  • Protest against the Boston Committee of Correspondence, &c,4:523.

Protest of the Lords, against the Massachusetts Riot Act: and the Act altering the Constitution of the Province.4:529. see index

  • 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.
  • Queen, an address to her from a Lady on the Oppressions of America.4:16
  • Queen of Denmark, See Denmark, Queen of.
  • Quebec city of, dismantled.4:29.

Quebec a terrible bill brought into Parliament, establishing the Catholic re- ligion[ religion], & French Laws there,4:533,4:549,4:552,4:553,4:554,4:555,4:570,4:579,4:581,4:596,4:610. See Act of Parliament. see index

  • Quebec seige, raised by the American Forces, &c,4:879,4:886.
  • Quincy Josiah, embarks for England on a public Account.4:588.
  • Quincy Josiah Arrives.4:641.
  • Speech of Mr. Flood in the Irish House of Commons, against Jerry Dyson 's having a pension, &c.4:35.
  • Speech of Colonel Barry in the House of Commons against the minis- try[ ministry], &c.4:56.
  • Speech of Ditto on the Massachusetts Riot Act.4:520.

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

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

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

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

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

  • 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.
  • Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

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  • 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.

Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549. see index

  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.
  • Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721.
  • Act of Parliament, for consciliating measures with the Colonies, proposed by Lord Chatham.4:734.
  • Connecticut resolve that Contributions ought still to be made for Boston. [diamond]4:700. See State of Connecticut
  • [diamond] Connecticut adopt the measures of Virginia respecting an union: choose a Com- mittee[ Committee]of Correspondence, &c.4:308.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his character drawn by Doctor Robertson, when Mr. Pitt.4:390.

Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his Speech on passing the Billeting, & Quartering American Acts.4:552. see index

  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his Speech on American Affairs.4:553.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], proposes a very pernicious Plan for America.4:734.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his Excellent speech, urg- ing[ urging]a reconciliation with the Colonies.4:823. See Speeches.
  • 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.
  • Petition of Richard Clarke, and others, Tea Consignees, to the Governor &c,4:419.
  • Petition of the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]from the Bench.4:453.
  • Petition of the same body, to the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c heated with con- tempt[ contempt], and dismist[ dismissed]: a particular Account of it.4:487,4:488. the substance of the petition.4:486.

Petition of the City of Lond- on[ London], to the House of Commons, against the Quebec Act.4:554. see index

  • Petition and Address from the same, to the King, on the same.4:555.
  • Petition to ye[ the]King, from the Conti- ental[ Continental]Congress.4:656,4:791.
  • Petition the King wont[ will not]receive it.4:843.
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Address of the City of London, to the King, against the Quebec Act.4:555. see index

  • Address of the Selectmen of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his Fortifying the Neck.4:571.
  • Address of the County of Suffolk, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the same subject.4:577.
  • Address Another.4:Ibid.
  • 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.
  • Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549.

Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559. see index

  • Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721.
  • Act of Parliament, for consciliating measures with the Colonies, proposed by Lord Chatham.4:734.
  • Act of Parliament, Commonly called the Molasses Act; the first step taken to enslave the Colonies*4:1214.
  • Riot Great, when they Tar, & Feather a Man. [diamond-hook]4:693.
  • Russia, Obtains a great Vict- ory[ Victory]over the Turks.4:467.
  • Russia Makes Peace with Turkey.4:594,4:602.

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

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

Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, to form their Militia, &c.4:634 see index

  • 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.
  • Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228
  • Rhode Island Commissioners appoint to enquire into the burning of it; sail; and Ac- count[ Account]of the Judges, &c, relative to that affair.4:202.
  • Rhode Island (a) remove Guns from ye[ the]Forts, &c.4:632.
  • Rhode Island House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], adpot the measures recommended by the Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:290.

Rhode Island passa Militia Act: vote Members for a Continental Congress did; vote to purchase a large quantity of Ammunition.4:634. see index

  • 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.
  • Votes of the Town of Med- field[ Medfield], on the same, &c.4:260.
  • Votes of the Town of Prince- town[ Princeton], on the same.4:270.
  • Votes of the Inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns respecting the Tea shipped by the east India Company.4:407.

Votes of the same Town, thank- ing[ thanking]the Continent for their benevo- lence[ benevolence]to the sufferers by the Port Act.4:640. see index

  • Votes of the same Town, against inoculating for the small Pox, &c.4:707.
  • Votes of the same Town of Dor- chester[ Dorchester], respecting the Tea shipped by the East India Company, &c.4:409.
  • Votes of the Town of Charles- town[ Charlestown], on the same.4:426.
  • Act of Massachusetts Bay. against crimes, below Trea- son[ Treason]. [tube]4:1065.
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, to form their Militia, &c.4:634
  • Act of the Assembly of Rhode Island, Repealing an Act, securing Allegiance to the King: enact that his name shall not be used in any process, &c.4:939.

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

  • Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228
  • Act of Parliament relative to the calling Town meetings, &c. submitted to, by the Town of Marshfield, and is the first instance of submitting to it in any shape.4:689.
  • Act of Parliament of Toleration what. &c.4:1094.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex], protest, and resolve against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s sitting as a Judge.4:479.
  • Jury Grand of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], protest, and resolve on the same.4:492,4:494.
  • Jury Grand and petty, refuse to be sworn at the Superior Court: offer their reasons, &c,4:566.

Jury Grand of South Carolina, present as a grievance, the late acts of parliament.4:656. see index

  • Jury Grand of New york, address the Justices of the Sessions, respecting the grievances of America.4:681.
  • 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.

Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228 see index

  • Act of Parliament relative to the calling Town meetings, &c. submitted to, by the Town of Marshfield, and is the first instance of submitting to it in any shape.4:689.
  • Act of Parliament of Toleration what. &c.4:1094.
  • See Laws.
  • Quincy Josiah, embarks for England on a public Account.4:588.
  • Quincy Josiah Arrives.4:641.
  • Quincy Josiah his Death, &c.4:727.

Quakers, Testimony against the oppo- sition[ opposition]made to the American Acts.4:680. see index

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  • 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.
  • Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228

Act of Parliament relative to the calling Town meetings, &c. submitted to, by the Town of Marshfield, and is the first instance of submitting to it in any shape.4:689. see index

  • Act of Parliament of Toleration what. &c.4:1094.
  • See Laws.
  • Town of Petersham, their proceedings against the Tories in their Town.4:648.
  • Town of Marblehead, their Votes, &c, form themselves into Mi- litary[ Military]order, agree to pay for the services, & watch the Tories, &c.4:648.
  • Town of Chelsea, meet, and send a Letter to the Boston Committee of Correspondence.4:654.

Town of of Marshfield, meet, agreeable to the Act of Parliament, address Governor, and thank him, &c.4:689. see index

  • Town of Billerica, remonstrated to Governor concerning the man who the Troops tarred, &c.4:697.
  • Town of Charlestown Burnt[ Burned].4:754.
  • Town of Falmouth Burnt[ Burned].4:825,4:1003.
  • Impeachment against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver].4:458,4:459.
  • Impeachment how to be carried on, &c,4:463,4:483.
  • Importation non, See under Non

Jamacia Island of, their House of Representatives present a Me- morial[ Memorial]to the King on the Grievances of America ; pray for a repeal of the Acts,&c,4:693,4:694. see index

  • Johnstone Governor his excellent speech in favor of America.4:729.
  • Johnstone Governor his Speech in favor of America, and against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:991.
  • Johnstone Governor his Speech, wherein he shews[ shows], that any Fort well managed, will with even a single Gun, dislodge any Man of War, or burn her.4:999.
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Petition of the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Island of Jamaica, to the King, against the American Acts, &c,4:693,4:694. see index

  • Petition of the city of London, to the King, relative to the American War.4:878
  • Petition of the city of Cork, to the King, in behalf of America, &c,4:1022. See addresses, &c.
  • Princess Dowager of Wales[ Princess Augusta of Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg], her Death, an Account of her Issue, &c,4:58her character, Funeral, &c, &c, &c,4:58.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that the Province ought to be prepared for an Attack, &c, vote a Fast, adjourn to Concord, &c.4:672.
  • Congress Provincial vote, and resolve against Pedlars: recommend the saving of Rag's to make Paper: commend several Towns for that behaviour[ behavior]to the Troops sent by Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]to Marshfield.4:677.
  • Congress Provincial their address to the inhabitants on the present posture of affairs.4:683.

Congress Provincial meet according to adjourn- ment[ adjournment]. resolve that the Province ought not to relax in the opposition to the Acts of Parliament, &c.4:700. see index

  • Congress Provincial recommend those to the Country, who are removing out of Boston, &c.4:714.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that a Fast be appoint- ed[ appointed]: adjourn, &c,4:714,4:715.
  • Congress Provincial resolutions respecting the re- moval[ removal]of people out of Boston, &c,4:727,4:732,4:747,4:760,4:764,4:765.
  • Resolves that no person ought to work for the Army, &c,4:665.
  • Resolves that the Province ought to be upon their Guard, to prevent a sur- prize[ surprise].4:672.
  • Resolves to recommend the saving of Rags.4:677.

Resolves that the Province ought not to relax in their opposition to the Acts of Parliament, &c,4:700. see index

  • Resolves that a Fast be appointd.4:714.
  • Resolves respecting the re- moving[ removing]People from Boston, &c,4:727,4:732,4:747,4:760,4:764.4:765.
  • Resolves respecting Committees of correspondence collecting the state of the affairs in the respective Towns, and procuring Straw, &c.4:733.
  • King George, Issues a Proclamation, prohibiting the exploration of warlike stores.4:642.
  • King George, his Speech to the new Parliament: chiefly on Ameri- can[ American]affairs, very high!4:659.
  • King George, Lord Noth acknowledged that he made it.4:663.

King George, his Answer to the address of both Houses against America : & his message, say's he will inforce the American Acts.4:706. see index

  • King George, his answer to the address of the City of London : is astonished that they abet the Rebel- lion[ Rebellion]of the Colonies.4:742.
  • King George, his Speech to the Parliament, after the commence- ment[ commencement]of hostilities in America, &c,4:773.
  • King George, his Answer to the Petition of the City of London.4:808.
  • 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.
  • Middlesex County, meet and resolve, that the Court of Sessions for that County ought not to be held, &c, when the Justices agreed to hold no Court.4:577.

Middlesex County, meet in Convention, respecting the behaviour[ behavior]of sunday persons, who engaged to act against the People: and to assist Governor Gage[ Thoams Gage].4:716. see index

  • Middlesex County, County, in England, their proceedings when they chose Glen, and Wilkes[ John Wilkes], Knights of the Shire, &c, and obliged them to sign an engagement. see the engagement.4:615. See Freeholders of Middlesex County, &c.
  • Murray John, holds very bad principles, &c.4:592.
  • Montreal, see Canada *. see below.
  • Act of Parliament, a Burlesque one, on the proceed- ings of Parliament relative to America.4:529.
  • Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549.
  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.

Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721. see index

  • Act of Parliament, for consciliating measures with the Colonies, proposed by Lord Chatham.4:734.
  • Act of Parliament, Commonly called the Molasses Act; the first step taken to enslave the Colonies*4:1214.
  • Act of Parliament, for providing quarters for Troops in America, called the Billeting Act.4:549.
  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.
  • Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721.

Act of Parliament, for consciliating measures with the Colonies, proposed by Lord Chatham.4:734. see index

  • Act of Parliament, Commonly called the Molasses Act; the first step taken to enslave the Colonies*4:1214.
  • 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.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], address the Canadi- ans[ Canadians]on the taking Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ].4:756.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Order a Continental Fast.4:Ibid.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Appoint several Ge- nerals[ Generals].4:761.

Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Resolves respecting the restraining Acts, &c.4:770. see index

  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their declaration, respect- ing[ respecting]taking up Arms.4:771.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], address the Inhabitants of Great Britain, on the Colonies taking up Arms. &c.4:775.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], adjourn: an account of some of the business transacted.4:785.
  • 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.

Resolves respecting the restrain- ing[ restraining]Acts, &c.4:770. see index

  • Resolves to recommend a regu- lation[ regulation]of the Militia.4:779.
  • 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.
  • 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

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. see index

  • Act, or Law of the Town of Boston, against driving too fast in ye[ the]Streets, &c,4:644.
  • Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228
  • Act of Parliament relative to the calling Town meetings, &c. submitted to, by the Town of Marshfield, and is the first instance of submitting to it in any shape.4:689.
  • Rhode Island (a) remove Guns from ye[ the]Forts, &c.4:632.
  • Rhode Island House of Re- presentatives[ Representatives], adpot the measures recommended by the Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:290.
  • Rhode Island passa Militia Act: vote Members for a Continental Congress did; vote to purchase a large quantity of Ammunition.4:634.

Rhode Island pass an Act; renouncing the Kings Name in all Processes, &c,4:939. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Expedition from Boston, against the British Fleet in the lower Harbour[ Harbor]: drive them off, &c,4:956,4:957.
  • Elegy on Doctor Warren[ Joseph Warren],4:770.
  • Extortion, and Oppression, very great in New England4:989,4:1032,4:1044,4:1059.

Extortion Act against,4:1058,4:1062, see index

  • Expence [diamond] of American War, of no estimation to America.4:903.
  • Eyre John Esquire A man of Fortune, transported to Maryland for Stealing 11 Quire of paper,4:53.
  • 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.
  • Officers American, more capable than English. [diamond]
  • Officers Naval, in the American service, their pay, and rank with the land Officers.4:1066.
  • Oppression, and Extortion, very great in New England.4:989,4:1044,4:1059.4:1032.

Oppression Acts passed against.4:1058,4:1062,4:1068. vide page 41st, Column 2d. under Oppression. see index

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  • 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.
  • 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.

Treason crimes below that, declared wh- - what, by An Act of the Massachusetts State.4:1065. see index

  • 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.
  • Toleration Act, what.4:1094.
  • 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.

Act [diamond] to prevent the return of Tories.4:1067. see index

  • Allegience, Act of State of Massachusetts bay, prescribing & establishing an Oath,4:1034.4:1068.
  • Articles of Amity, &c, with France.4:1018.
  • Treasurer Gray, his adver- tisement[ advertisement], forbidding Officers paying public monies to Mr. Gardner, &c.4:609.
  • Thanksgiving uncommanded by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress, very deviously kept, in the Province.4:632.
  • Tories, an Account of the suffer- ings[ sufferings]of those, who were drove to Boston, &c.4:679.

Tories, Act against returning.4:1067. see index

  • Tories, always dangerous to Liberty.4:972.
  • Tories, definition of.4:81.4:676.-modern one.4:81.
  • Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], taken by the United Colonies.4:735,4:743.
  • 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, or House of Lords, may originate most Acts, as well as the House of Representatives, or Commons.4:1074. see index

  • 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.
  • Act, or Law of the Town of Boston, against driving too fast in ye[ the]Streets, &c,4:644.
  • Acts for the regulation of Trade, always submitted to by America.4:667.4:685.4:1228
  • Act of Parliament relative to the calling Town meetings, &c. submitted to, by the Town of Marshfield, and is the first instance of submitting to it in any shape.4:689.

Act of Parliament of Toleration what. &c.4:1094. see index

  • See Laws.
  • 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.

Toleration Act, what.4:1094. see index

  • Toleration Act, on, from Voltair[ Voltaire]-4:194.4:1091.
  • The following was omitted, viz.
  • Temple John, a late Commissioner, advanced in england.4:53,4:42.
  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.
  • Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721.
  • Act of Parliament, for consciliating measures with the Colonies, proposed by Lord Chatham.4:734.

Act of Parliament, Commonly called the Molasses Act; the first step taken to enslave the Colonies*4:1214. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Bolton Church of. See Church of Bolton.
  • Burglary, Levi Ames tried for it, & sentenced to die.4:360. Executed.4:384.
  • Barry Colonel his Speech on the Massachusetts Riot Act.4:520.

Barry Colonel His, and Fuller s Speech on the Billeting Act. vid page4:16th, under Barry.4:546. see index

  • Burke Edmund, his Speech on the Boston Port Bill.4:533.
  • Burke Edmund, an excellent Speech of his, relative to America, &c.4:783,4:896.
  • Berkshire County, meet by their Deputies, to consult on their Grie- vances[ Grievances], resolve, &c.4:536.
  • Resolves of the Conti- nental[ Continental]Congress, to remove all Stores that may in danger.4:968.

Resolves that all Persons pro- tected[ protected]in the Colonies owe allegiance to the same: and recommend to the respective Assemblies to pass Treason Acts.4:Ibid. see index

  • Resolves to encourage the Making of Flints: and respecting the Marching the Militia of Pennsylvania, & the Jersey 's, &c.4:976.
  • Resolves that they approve of General Washington[ George Washington]s behaviour[ behavior], respect- ing[ respecting]his negociation with Lord Howe[ William Howe].4:982.
  • Resolves disapprove of the Cartel settled by General Arnold[ Benedict Arnold]: are unwilling to abide by it, unless, &c.4:985.
  • Burke Edmund, an excellent Speech of his, relative to America, &c.4:783,4:896.
  • Berkshire County, meet by their Deputies, to consult on their Grie- vances[ Grievances], resolve, &c.4:536.
  • Berkshire County prevent the Court from setting.4:679.

Billeting Act. see Act of Parlia- ment[ Parliament], quartering Troops in America. see index

  • Brattle General, sends a Letter to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], which gives great offence, and obliges him to flee to Boston, &c. see his Letter to Gage[ Thomas Gage], & his Answer.4:563.
  • Brown, Councellor, his insolent Answer to the Essex Committee, wont[ will not]resign4:571
  • Brown Enoch, his narrative of the abuse he met with at Court Martial &c,4:586.
  • Post Office, the Parliament- ary[ Parliamentary]one, what the net produce to the Crown, &c,4:488.
  • Post Office, the Plan of the new American one: and Finished.4:491.
  • Post Office, appointed, with the rates.4:739.

Port Act Boston, See Act of Parliament. see index

  • Providence Town of, see Town of Providence.
  • Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor, his opinion of the Merchants non import- ation[ importation]agreement.4:526.
  • Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor his Character.4:655.

Regulation of Trade. See Acts, &c. see index

  • Rebellion, Defined.4:874.
  • Rations per Man, in the Con- tinental[ Continental]Service.4:996.
  • Regiments British in Ame- rica[ America], when they sailed, & where stationed, & the whole Number in the British list.4:1027.

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