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Searching for the keyword "letters" in all volumes:

  • Lunatic's sensible reply1:13
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • Letter a Spirited one to the Inhabitants of the Massachusetts Bay in the recess of the General Court1:216
  • Lunatic's sensible reply1:13
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Queries for the ministry to answer with regard to several points1:1
  • Queries invidious ones relating to the Colonies1:64
  • Queries of the Lawyers of Pen- sylvania[ Pennsylvania] 1:265. 1:280

Question to the author of Letters to a Noble Lord1:164 see index

  • vide it Answer'd[ Answered]by the Author1:173
  • 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
  • Letter From Colonel Barry[ Isaac Barre]to J. Otis[ James Otis] [] 1:373

Letter to appoint a Congress a Circular Letter1:180* see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Page1:6

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

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnards[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech of the 25 September 17651:244
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Expostulation1:323
  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Remonstrance to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]About Drawing Money out of the Treasury1:286
  • Indians Interview with1:59
  • Ingersole Jared appointed Stamp Officer1:96
  • Johnson Augustus appointed Stamps officer1:100

Ingersole Jared his Letters1:185. 1:195 see index

  • Ingersole Jared Resigns his office &c1:211
  • Ingersole Jared Parody on his Letter1:213
  • Intelligence good from England about Change of Ministers &c1:192
  • Compensation Act &c Passes1:550
  • Compensation Act Dissolved1:742. 1:667
  • Colden[ Cadwallader Colden]Governor Censured in the House of Lord's1:414

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

  • Commissioners of the Customs, a list of them & when arrived1:747&1:756
  • 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
  • Johnson Augustus appointed Stamps officer1:100
  • Ingersole Jared his Letters1:185. 1:195
  • Ingersole Jared Resigns his office &c1:211

Ingersole Jared Parody on his Letter1:213 see index

  • Intelligence good from England about Change of Ministers &c1:192
  • Instructions to Boston Represen- tatives[ Representatives] 1:198. 1:421. 1:785.
  • Instructions to Bridgewater Ditto1:213

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

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

  • 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
  • Letter From William Pym on the rights of Parlament[ Parliament] 1:282
  • 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.
  • 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 see index

  • Letter Given a particular Account of the Disturbance at New York and their Behaviour[ Behavior]in General relative to the Stamp Act1:278
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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

Letter From William Pym on the rights of Parlament[ Parliament] 1:282 see index

  • 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
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto shews[ shows]what Taxes America might have paid if let alone1:302
  • 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
  • Prediction of Good News1:279

Pym William his Letter about ye[ the]Power Parliament1:282 see index

  • Plimouth[ Plymouth]- Town of Address to Town Boston1:332
  • Poem on Harvard Colledge[ Harvard College] 1:374
  • Petition of the Merchants of London to Parlament[ Parliament] 1:387
  • Havannah[ Havana]Humourous a/c[ account]of the Sailors there1:139
  • Hallifax[ Halifax]Effigy of a Stamp officer hung up there1:246
  • Huske John hung in Effigy at Boston1:256

Hampden[ John Hampden]his Letter's to Pym[ William Pym] 1:295. 1:298. 1:302. 1:307. 1:312. 1:317. 1:322. 1:326. see index

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Resigns his Probate office for 1 Year1:304
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remarks on it1:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto given an account of the Taxes the Americans pay1:298
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto shews[ shows]what Taxes America might have paid if let alone1:302
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto on ye[ the]Courts of Justice being shut up1:307
  • Letter Given a particular Account of the Disturbance at New York and their Behaviour[ Behavior]in General relative to the Stamp Act1:278
  • 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 see index

  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto shews[ shows]what Taxes America might have paid if let alone1:302
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto on ye[ the]Courts of Justice being shut up1:307
  • Letter From ditto to ditto on the same1:312
  • 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

Letter From Ditto to Ditto shews[ shows]what Taxes America might have paid if let alone1:302 see index

  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto on ye[ the]Courts of Justice being shut up1:307
  • Letter From ditto to ditto on the same1:312
  • Sermon on the Lords Anointed vid ye[ the]next line
  • 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
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto shews[ shows]what Taxes America might have paid if let alone1:302

Letter From Ditto to Ditto on ye[ the]Courts of Justice being shut up1:307 see index

  • Letter From ditto to ditto on the same1:312
  • Sermon on the Lords Anointed vid ye[ the]next line
  • Lords Anointed a Sermon on1:161
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto given an account of the Taxes the Americans pay1:298
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto shews[ shows]what Taxes America might have paid if let alone1:302
  • Letter From Ditto to Ditto on ye[ the]Courts of Justice being shut up1:307

Letter From ditto to ditto on the same1:312 see index

  • Sermon on the Lords Anointed vid ye[ the]next line
  • Lords Anointed a Sermon on1:161
  • Liberty Free finely ornamented1:198
  • Liberty Son's of a grand Meeting, to Burn a Stamp'd[ Stamped]Paper1:348

Letter a Comical One to Sammy1:314 see index

  • Letter from Hampden[ John Hampden]to Pym[ William Pym], proving that the Stamp Act will be a means of hurting Manufacturers in America1:317
  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:322
  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:326
  • 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
  • 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

Clarendon's[ Thomas Villiers]Letters to Pym[ William Pym] 1:319. 1:323. 1:329. see index

  • 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]
  • Councils the Courts be1:33
  • 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

Letter from ditto to ditto1:322 see index

  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:326
  • Letter from General Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway]to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:327
  • Letter To Mr Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:330
  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:326
  • Letter from General Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway]to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:327
  • Letter To Mr Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:330

Letter from Clarendon[ Thomas Villiers]to Pym[ William Pym]on the American Taxes 320 Another1:323another1:329 see index

  • 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
  • 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
  • Letter from ditto to ditto1:322

Letter from ditto to ditto1:326 see index

  • Letter from General Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway]to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:327
  • Letter To Mr Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:330
  • Letter from Clarendon[ Thomas Villiers]to Pym[ William Pym]on the American Taxes 320 Another1:323another1:329
  • Letter from Hampden[ John Hampden]to Pym[ William Pym], proving that the Stamp Act will be a means of hurting Manufacturers in America1:317
  • 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 see index

  • Letter To Mr Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:330
  • Letter from Clarendon[ Thomas Villiers]to Pym[ William Pym]on the American Taxes 320 Another1:323another1:329
  • 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
  • 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

Letter To Mr Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:330 see index

  • Letter from Clarendon[ Thomas Villiers]to Pym[ William Pym]on the American Taxes 320 Another1:323another1:329
  • 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
  • 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

Conway's[ Henry Seymour Conway]Letter to Governor Barna rd[ Barnard] [ Sir Francis Bernard]7.1:337. 1:427 [pg # gone] see index

  • Councils the Courts be1:33
  • Letter from General Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway]to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:327
  • Letter To Mr Conway[ Henry Seymour Conway] 1:330
  • Letter from Clarendon[ Thomas Villiers]to Pym[ William Pym]on the American Taxes 320 Another1:323another1:329

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 see index

  • 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
  • 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)
  • Boylstone Doctor[ Zabdiel Boylston]Death &c1:360
  • 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 see index

  • 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

Letter From Colonel Barry[ Isaac Barre]to J. Otis[ James Otis] [] 1:373 see index

  • Letter to appoint a Congress a Circular Letter1:180*
  • 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*
  • 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)
  • Poem on Harvard Colledge[ Harvard College] 1:374
  • Petition of the Merchants of London to Parlament[ Parliament] 1:387
  • Petition of the Colonies rejected1:419

Paskalos[ Joseph Warren]Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:424 1:431.(a)1:432. 1:529. 1:550 see index

  • Protest of the Desenting against Real of Stamp Act[pg # gone]
  • (vide Page1:801under Let (a)as that was wrote to ye[ the]Printers
  • (a)as that was wrote to ye[ the]Printers
  • Lords House of, Debates in it on the repeal of the Stamp Act1:414
  • Langdon Edwards Death &c1:425

Letter from Committee of Merchants1:433. 1:488. see index

  • 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

Merchants Committee of their Letters1:433 1:488 see index

  • 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
  • Lords House of, Debates in it on the repeal of the Stamp Act1:414
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • 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

Letter to George Mersey on a late Petition1:464 see index

  • 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
  • Letter From Doctor Moffat1:518
  • 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
  • Essay on Making compensation to the Sufferers in the late Riots1:457

Essay An Excellent one with remark's[ remarks]on the Merchants Letters1:470 see index

  • Essay By Algernon Sidney recommending a perserverance in Defence of their rights &c.1:476
  • Essay a Splendid one in favor of Liberty1:588
  • (Vide page1:796under Letter I)
  • Letter from Committee of Merchants1:433. 1:488.
  • 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 see index

  • 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
  • Letter From Doctor Moffat1:518
  • Letter From Lord Shelburne[ William Petty]about making Compensation to the Sufferers1:535

Merchants of Canada their Letters to the Committee of Merchants1:495 see index

  • Merchants Address to the Marquesss[ Charles Watson-Wentworth]of Rockingham him on Repeal of the Stamp Act1:528
  • 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
  • Britain Great has Check enough on her Colonies1:763
  • Bowen Reverend Verses on him1:554
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]vindicated1:414. 1:419.

Bradford's[ William Bradford] [ Thomas Bradford]Letter to John Hughes1:502 see index

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  • 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

Letter From Doctor Moffat1:518 see index

  • 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
  • Letter of Thanks to Mr Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:628
  • Device An Ingenious one about the Stamp Act1:224
  • Dream on the Stamp Act1:231
  • Debert Dennis choos'd[ choosed]Agent1:266

Debert Dennis His Letter1:530 see index

  • Debates in ye[ the]House ought to be public1:342
  • Dialogue Between Lubbin and Sawney1:618
  • Disenters[ Dissenters]affair settled in the House of Lords (b)1:632
  • 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
  • Letter From Doctor Moffat1:518

Letter From Lord Shelburne[ William Petty]about making Compensation to the Sufferers1:535 see index

  • Letter From Governor Winthrop[ John Winthrop]to Governor Bradford[ William Bradford] 1:577. 1:585. 1:590
  • Letter of Thanks to Mr Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:628
  • vide his Answer1:Ibid.
  • Stamp Officers a list of them 3291:339
  • Spiritous Liquors the abuse of 'em[ them]baneful1:356

Shelburn Lord[ William Petty]his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about Compen- sation[ Compensation]to Sufferers1:535 see index

  • Secretarys Report about Governor Hutchinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to a Seat in Council1:591
  • Slaves against Making any1:617
  • Sermon an Injurious one of ye[ the]Bishop of Glocester[ Gloucester] [ William Warburton] 1:683
  • 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
  • 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 see index

  • Letter of Thanks to Mr Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:628
  • vide his Answer1:Ibid.
  • Letter to Earl P.1:651
  • Waterhouse Samuel his Declaration1:334
  • Write of Assistance one given
  • Worthlesss Lemuel his Character1:501

Winthrop[ John Winthrop]Governor Letter to Governor Bradford[ William Bradford] 1:577. 1:585. 1:590 see index

  • Wilkes John[ John Wilkes]Letter to Duke of Grafton[ Augustus Henry FitzRoy] 1:608
  • Waterhouse[ Samuel Waterhouse]Rat a Discrip- tion[ Description]of One1:766
  • vide ye[ the]plate1:765
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remarks on it1:Ibid
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.

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

  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Reason's given for Excluding him from the Council in a Letter of the House to Agent Debert[ Dennis Debert] 1:620. 1:621.
  • Harrison Captain[ David Harrison]account of is Terrible shipwreck1:423
  • Huske John his Conduct Misrepresented1:510
  • Write of Assistance one given
  • Worthlesss Lemuel his Character1:501
  • Winthrop[ John Winthrop]Governor Letter to Governor Bradford[ William Bradford] 1:577. 1:585. 1:590

Wilkes John[ John Wilkes]Letter to Duke of Grafton[ Augustus Henry FitzRoy] 1:608 see index

  • Waterhouse[ Samuel Waterhouse]Rat a Discrip- tion[ Description]of One1:766
  • vide ye[ the]plate1:765
  • Welsh Mr[ Benjamin Welsh]his remarkable Notifi cation[ Notification]about the Stamps1:200

Paskalos[ Joseph Warren]His Letter1:609 see index

  • Parlament[ Parliament]may betray their trust1:735. 1:738.
  • Parlament[ Parliament]on the rights of1:Ibid 1:738
  • Parlament[ Parliament]Power Examined1:754
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Remark's[ Remarks]on his History1:346. 1:353. 1:366. 1:726.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Censured1:588 1:588 1:607.
  • Hutchinson Governor[ Thomas Hutchinson]Insist's[ Insists]on his Right to set in Council vide his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:598

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

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

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

  • Representatives of Massachusetts Bay Address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:662
  • Regulations of the Trade in America Complain'd[ Complained]of1:6
  • Ditto1:15. 1:Ibid.
  • Councellors address to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:433
  • Councellors Message to the House wherein they deny Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]right to set in Council1:606
  • Commons House of debates in about the Embargo on Vessels laden'd[ ladened]with Grain1:609

Chatham Lord[ William Pitt]His Letter to Speaker of Massachusetts Bay1:628 see index

  • Colonies Dutiful & Loyal1:642
  • Colonies Vindicated from the Aspersions of Bishop Warbarton[ William Warburton] 1:640 1:650
  • Colonies of a Spirit of Liberty1:651
  • Letter of Thanks to Mr Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:628
  • vide his Answer1:Ibid.
  • Letter to Earl P.1:651

Letter From Dennis Debert to the House of Representatives about Captain Malcomb's[ Daniel Malcomb]affair1:628 see index

  • Letter From an Irish Woman1:734
  • Landlord a Worthy One an account of his Family1:749
  • Law Regulating Pot ash1:443
  • 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

Letter of Thanks to Mr Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:628 see index

  • vide his Answer1:Ibid.
  • Letter to Earl P.1:651
  • Letter From Dennis Debert to the House of Representatives about Captain Malcomb's[ Daniel Malcomb]affair1:628
  • 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

Richmond Duke of[ Charles Lennox]his Letter1:638 see index

  • Revenue [parallels] for Crown Officers the Design first hatch here1:546. 1:557. 1:396
  • Revolution of the Massachusetts Bay1:353
  • Rights we have, though Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]say's[ says]we have none1:159. 1:235. 1:588
  • Letter From Governor Winthrop[ John Winthrop]to Governor Bradford[ William Bradford] 1:577. 1:585. 1:590
  • Letter of Thanks to Mr Pitt[ William Pitt] 1:628
  • vide his Answer1:Ibid.

Letter to Earl P.1:651 see index

  • Letter From Dennis Debert to the House of Representatives about Captain Malcomb's[ Daniel Malcomb]affair1:628
  • Letter From an Irish Woman1:734
  • Landlord a Worthy One an account of his Family1:749
  • vide his Answer1:Ibid.
  • Letter to Earl P.1:651
  • Letter From Dennis Debert to the House of Representatives about Captain Malcomb's[ Daniel Malcomb]affair1:628

Letter From an Irish Woman1:734 see index

  • 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
  • Fire at Doctor Harlows1:22
  • Fire Terrible One at Boston1:586
  • Foster Jedidiah a Dialogue on him1:618

Farmer. His Letters.1:781-1:784 see index

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  • Essay An Excellent one with remark's[ remarks]on the Merchants Letters1:470
  • Essay By Algernon Sidney recommending a perserverance in Defence of their rights &c.1:476
  • Essay a Splendid one in favor of Liberty1:588

(Vide page1:796under Letter I) see index

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  • [ ] 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

1:798under Letter O) see index

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  • News papers[ Newspapers]of Great Importance1:771
  • Norwhich[ Norwich]an Account of their Regulations about Manufacturers1:779
  • Number of Inhabitants in America1:295

vide page1:801, under Letter P see index

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  • 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

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Farmers Letters2:1. 2:5. 2:6. 2:9. 2:13. 2:21. 2:37. see index

  • Farmer, Town of Boston's Letter to him2:55 2:10
  • Farmer Answer2:83
  • Farmer Town of Leabenon 's Letter of thanks to him2:86
  • Bishops against the establish- ments[ establishments]of them in America2:71
  • Vide the Centinel
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his Speech.2:3

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]orders a copy of Lord Shelburne's[ William Petty]Letter to be delivered to the House.2:29. see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Libel on him.2:38
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Message to his Council about the Libel.2:39
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Council, in Answer to them about the Libel.2:39
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Representatives of the Province of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, their Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about communicating Lord Shelburne s Letter.2:29. see index

  • 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
  • Libel on Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:38
  • Libel Author of it his Answer on the proceedings of the Council and House about it.2:40

Letter from Lord Shelburne to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for Nega- tiving[ Negativing]Councellors.2:39 see index

  • 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
  • Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55
  • Slavery against.2:10. 2:98
  • Sheep great advantage of raising them.2:16

Shelburne Lord his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], commands him for Ne- gativing[ Negativing]Councellors.2:39. see index

  • Salem, on their Members voting to rescind.2:162.
  • Salem proceedings of that Town with regard to their rescinding Members.2:184.
  • Sharp Governor, his Speech to the House of Delegates of Maryland requiring them to treat the Circular Letter with Contempt.2:162.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612

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

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

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

  • Letter from the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Shelburne remonstrating against the Revenue Acts. &c2:47
  • Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55
  • Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, their Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about communicating Lord Shelburne s Letter.2:29.
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to General Conway on the same.2:55.
  • 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.
  • Boston Town of, resolves about encouraging manufacturers vindi- cated[ vindicated] 2:30. 2:34.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55 see index

  • Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59
  • Letter To Lord Chatham from the same, about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66
  • 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.

Representatives of the Province Their Letter to General Conway on the same.2:55. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Chatham on the same.2:Ibid.
  • 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
  • Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55

Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59 see index

  • Letter To Lord Chatham from the same, about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66
  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Camden on the same2:63.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Chatham on the same.2:Ibid.
  • 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.

Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Camden on the same2:63. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Chatham on the same.2:Ibid.
  • 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.

Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66 see index

  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72
  • Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165
  • Letter From the Town of Boston to the Farmer.2:55
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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.
  • Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59
  • Letter To Lord Chatham from the same, about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66

Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72 see index

  • Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165
  • Letter From the Town of Boston to the Farmer.2:55
  • Letter From the House of Burgesses in Virginia to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving ye[ the]Circular Letter.2:150
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Letter to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, on the Revenue Acts, &c.2:66.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Message to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the same.2:Ibid.
  • Libelling on, an extract from Cato's Letters.2:424.
  • Lutterell Colonel chose a Member in opposition to Mr Wilkes.2:535.
  • Lutterell Colonel Admitted as a Mem- ber[ Member]of the House of Commons in the Room of Mr. Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:538. 2:550

Letter to the Puritan shewing[ showing]that the late measures takes its rise from France in league wth Lord Bute.2:82. see index

  • Letters from Doctor Benjamin Franklin to Governor Shirley on the Subject of taxing ye[ the]Colonies2:311
  • Lock[ Locke]John his Reasoning on Liberty and Property2:982
  • London, the Number of Inhabitants in Queen Elizabeth s Time.2:328.
  • Parliament Speech in, by Mr. Bourke, wherein he calls our Assemblies Parliaments.2:370.
  • Parliaments our Assemblies Our Assemblies called so by Mr Bourke2:Ibid
  • Puritan Witty peices of his about Popery, meaning the Town's sending bad Represen- tatives.[ Representatives] 2:61. 2:67. 2:77.

Puritan Witty Letter to him shew- ing[ showing]the late measures takes its rise from France in league with Lord Bute.2:82. see index

  • Pensioner and Divine a Dialogue between them.2:176.
  • Pensioner and Divine Another in America besides Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:787.
  • Pension why granted to Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:191.

Farmer Town of Leabenon 's Letter of thanks to him2:86 see index

  • Farmer Town of Norwhich[ Norwich]'s Letter of Thanks to him2:89
  • Farmer Address to him from the Society of Fort St. Davids2:116
  • Farmer Address to the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of Philadelphia, urging them to come into similar measures, with the Merchants of Boston &c, not to import goods, and enumerates the griev- ances[ greivances]of America.2:119
  • Farmer, Town of Boston's Letter to him2:55 2:10
  • Farmer Answer2:83
  • Farmer Town of Leabenon 's Letter of thanks to him2:86

Farmer Town of Norwhich[ Norwich]'s Letter of Thanks to him2:89 see index

  • Farmer Address to him from the Society of Fort St. Davids2:116
  • Farmer Address to the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of Philadelphia, urging them to come into similar measures, with the Merchants of Boston &c, not to import goods, and enumerates the griev- ances[ greivances]of America.2:119
  • Farmer Answer to the Town of Providence.2:202
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]made Secretary of State for America2:45

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

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

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

  • Clark Peter Reverend his Death and Character2:154
  • Cough, Recipe for.2:155
  • Cancer, Toads a cure for.2:211
  • Instructions of the Town of Leicester to their Representatives.2:529
  • Instructions of the Town of Brookline to do.2:532

Jersey New, House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], to the Speaker of the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], approving of the Circu- lar[ Circular]Letter.2:150 see index

  • Jacob. Indian, his comical Peice[ Piece]on the Rescinders.2:185
  • Ipswich Town of, Vote Thanks to the Antirescinders2:199
  • Informations Introduced2:525.
  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72
  • Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165
  • Letter From the Town of Boston to the Farmer.2:55

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

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

  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut to the same, on the same.2:Ibid
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Resolves against the Revenue Acts &c.2:134.

Virginia House of Burgesses Answer to the House of Representatives, their Circular Letter.2:150. see index

  • 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.
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Council of, their Address to Lord Bottetourt.2:531.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the Assem- bly[ Assembly] 2:123
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Answer to the Council, in answer to their Messages2:128
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Town of Boston's Petition2:142

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Message's to the House requiring them to Rescind the vote respecting the Circular Letter2:157 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His answer to the Town of Boston about the coming of Troops2:241
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Convention2:248
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Addresses of the Town of Boston2:415
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]made Secretary of State for America2:45
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to the Colonies on account of the Circular Letter of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay.2:149

Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Requires the House to rescind the Vote respecting their Circular Letter2:157 see index

  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Character2:261
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to aid the Commission2:267
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Summary of his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]desires him to find out those who have Committed Treason &c in order to send them to Eng- land[ England]to be tried by the Statute of Harry 8.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Letter to the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury, on the Revenue Acts, &c.2:66.
  • 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. see index

  • Representatives of the Province They vote not to Rescind.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Message to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the same.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province A List of them who voted not to Rescind.2:161.
  • Rogers Major an account of his Treachery.2:143.
  • Rogers Major Tried.2:313.
  • Rogers Major Acquitted2:317. 2:566.

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

  • Rescinders at list of them.2:161.
  • Rescinders a list of them who would not rescind.2:Ibid.
  • Rescinders Friends to them at Salem. a list of them.2:177.
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Georgia House of Assembly, Their Letter to Speaker of House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, concerning the Circular Letter.2:158 2:420 see index

  • Georgia House of Assembly Their Resolves respecting the same.2:398
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General arrives at Boston.2:281
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Answer to the Councils address.2:288
  • Letter from the House of Representatives of New Jersey to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:150
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut to the same, on the same.2:Ibid

Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158 see index

  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200
  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202
  • Letter from the House of Representatives of New Jersey to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:150
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut to the same, on the same.2:Ibid
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158

Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162 see index

  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200
  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202
  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242
  • Ministers of State bad ones, the advantages accusing from them.2:33.
  • Mob at London on account of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:128.
  • Mob Fixed upon by the Troops.2:180.

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

  • Marblehead Town of vote Thanks to the Antirescinders.2:167
  • Mulberry Trees the methods of Cultivating them. &c.2:194. 2:457. 2:580.
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, agree not to Import Goods for a Limited Time.2:199.
  • Shelburne Lord his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], commands him for Ne- gativing[ Negativing]Councellors.2:39.
  • Salem, on their Members voting to rescind.2:162.
  • Salem proceedings of that Town with regard to their rescinding Members.2:184.

Sharp Governor, his Speech to the House of Delegates of Maryland requiring them to treat the Circular Letter with Contempt.2:162. see index

  • Secretary of War, his Letter of Thanks to the Commanding Officer of the Troops employed to quell the rioters.2:188.
  • South Carolina. Letter from the Speaker of their Assembly on the Circular Letter.2:202.
  • South Carolina Speaker of their House sends a Letter to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter. &c.2:353.
  • Letter To Lord Chatham from the same, about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66
  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72

Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165 see index

  • Letter From the Town of Boston to the Farmer.2:55
  • Letter From the House of Burgesses in Virginia to the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving ye[ the]Circular Letter.2:150
  • Representatives of the Province Their Message to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]on the same.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province A List of them who voted not to Rescind.2:161.
  • Representatives of the Province A List of them who voted to Rescind.2:Ibid.

Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding and Complain of Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:165. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Message to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]beg he would remove the Troops.2:527.
  • Representatives of the Province They Resolve they will do no business while the Troops continue in Town.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:554.
  • 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.

Petition of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New Jersey to the King on the Same, and the Circular Letter.2:180. see index

  • 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.
  • Petition To the House of Lords.2:Ibid.
  • Bis hops[ Bishops]rise of when they first began to be Corrupted &2:221
  • Bis hops[ Bishops]The definition of a primitive one
  • Bis hops[ Bishops]a discription of a primitive one2:133

Barrington Lord his Letter of Thanks to the Troops who murdered Young Allen2:188 see index

  • Board of Commissioners, the Charge & annum for them2:35.
  • Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], the Rea- son[ Reason]why he got excluded the Cou ncil[ Council]of this Province from ng Judges of the speical rt of admiralty for Trial Piracies &c2:587.
  • Salem, on their Members voting to rescind.2:162.
  • Salem proceedings of that Town with regard to their rescinding Members.2:184.
  • Sharp Governor, his Speech to the House of Delegates of Maryland requiring them to treat the Circular Letter with Contempt.2:162.

Secretary of War, his Letter of Thanks to the Commanding Officer of the Troops employed to quell the rioters.2:188. see index

  • South Carolina. Letter from the Speaker of their Assembly on the Circular Letter.2:202.
  • South Carolina Speaker of their House sends a Letter to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter. &c.2:353.
  • Soldiers, Liberty always in Danger from them.2:7 2:46 2:477 2:35 2:404 2:319 2:234. 2:247.
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut to the same, on the same.2:Ibid
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162

Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200 see index

  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202
  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Pension why granted to Governor Hutchinson.[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:191.
  • Pension Definition of.2:Ibid.
  • Philadelphia much blamed becuase they did not come earlier into the non Importation Agreement2:191.

Philadelphia Merchants an Ironical Letter on their conduct.2:200. see index

  • Paoli his Corsicans oath.2:251.
  • Paoli his Letter.2:458.
  • Paoli his Ditto to Mr. Trecothick &c2:542.
  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200

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

  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Salem proceedings of that Town with regard to their rescinding Members.2:184.
  • Sharp Governor, his Speech to the House of Delegates of Maryland requiring them to treat the Circular Letter with Contempt.2:162.
  • Secretary of War, his Letter of Thanks to the Commanding Officer of the Troops employed to quell the rioters.2:188.

South Carolina. Letter from the Speaker of their Assembly on the Circular Letter.2:202. see index

  • South Carolina Speaker of their House sends a Letter to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter. &c.2:353.
  • Soldiers, Liberty always in Danger from them.2:7 2:46 2:477 2:35 2:404 2:319 2:234. 2:247.
  • Soldiers Contrary to Law2:295
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200
  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202

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

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

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

  • Seabury Samuel Reverend, a Letter from him, about Doctor Chauncy's making use of his name.2:375.
  • Convention of the Towns of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their result.2:257

Convention of the Towns Their Letter to Agent Debert.2:265 see index

  • Chamomile Tea its Virtues.2:286
  • Commons British House [diamond] of, their address to the Kings Speech, wherein he calls the uneasiness of the Americans a faction.2:372
  • Commons British House of, Debates in.2:370. 2:399.
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200
  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202
  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242

Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265 see index

  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332
  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of the Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:353
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to the Colonies on account of the Circular Letter of the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay.2:149
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Requires the House to rescind the Vote respecting their Circular Letter2:157
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Character2:261

Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to aid the Commission2:267 see index

  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Summary of his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]desires him to find out those who have Committed Treason &c in order to send them to Eng- land[ England]to be tried by the Statute of Harry 8.
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letters to the Government wont[ will not]have his Letters Communi- cated[ Communicated].2:429
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Blamed by Mr Debert about presenting our Petitions. &c2:561
  • Letter From the House of Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the House of the Massachusetts bay on the Circular Letter.2:202
  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265

Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267 see index

  • Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332
  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of the Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:353
  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of New York Assembly to the same, approving the Circular Letter.2:364
  • Farmer Answer to the Town of Providence.2:202
  • Farmer Answered vide under Letters.
  • Freemason, John Row Elected Grand Master-an and Account, of the procession &c.2:309

Franklin Benja[ Benjamin]. Letters from him to Governor Shirley about Taxing the Colonies.2:311 see index

  • Fire at the Goal[ Jail], burnt down.2:391
  • Fire Great one at Antigua.2:682
  • Fellons Samuel, his au- dacious[ audacious]attempt in rescuing a prisoner from the Sheriff.2:524
  • Lutterell Colonel chose a Member in opposition to Mr Wilkes.2:535.
  • Lutterell Colonel Admitted as a Mem- ber[ Member]of the House of Commons in the Room of Mr. Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:538. 2:550
  • Letter to the Puritan shewing[ showing]that the late measures takes its rise from France in league wth Lord Bute.2:82.

Letters from Doctor Benjamin Franklin to Governor Shirley on the Subject of taxing ye[ the]Colonies2:311 see index

  • Lock[ Locke]John his Reasoning on Liberty and Property2:982
  • London, the Number of Inhabitants in Queen Elizabeth s Time.2:328.
  • Liberty exertions in favour[ favor]of in France2:553.
  • Troops Contrary to Law2:295*
  • 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 see index

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

Bingley William, a spirted Letter from him to Robert Harley Lord Mayor.2:332. see index

  • 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
  • 2:Ibid.
  • Letter From the Select Men of Boston, a Circular Letter to call a Convention.2:242
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267

Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332 see index

  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of the Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:353
  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of New York Assembly to the same, approving the Circular Letter.2:364
  • 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.

Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina respecting the Circular letter. &c.2:344. see index

  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.
  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
  • Resolves of the House of Commons on the same.2:468.
  • Letter From (the Same say) the Convention to Agent Debert.2:265
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332

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

  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of New York Assembly to the same, approving the Circular Letter.2:364
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
  • Resolves of the House of Commons on the same.2:468.
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay about doing business while the Troops are in Boston.2:527.
  • Sharp Governor, his Speech to the House of Delegates of Maryland requiring them to treat the Circular Letter with Contempt.2:162.
  • Secretary of War, his Letter of Thanks to the Commanding Officer of the Troops employed to quell the rioters.2:188.
  • South Carolina. Letter from the Speaker of their Assembly on the Circular Letter.2:202.

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

  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]requiring aid to the Commissioners.2:267
  • Letter To Robert Harley Lord Mayor from Mr. Bingley. a very Smart one.2:332
  • Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of the Assembly of South Carolina to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:353

Letter From the Spea- ker[ Speaker]of New York Assembly to the same, approving the Circular Letter.2:364 see index

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

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

  • York New Their petition to the King.2:468.
  • York New Duration of their Assembly.2:31
  • Z
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Letter from Reverend Samuel Seabury about Doctor Chauncy's making use of his Name. &c.2:375. see index

  • Letter from Doctor Chauncy in answer to the Above.2:381.
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer2:392. 2:400. 2:414. 2:414.Twice paged,2:438. 2:446. 2:454. 2:461. 2:507. 2:518. 2:526.
  • 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.
  • Soldiers Proceedings against them at Law in England [pilcrow]2:495.
  • [hand] see under Soldiers Troops, &c.
  • Select Men of Boston their Circular Letter to Call a Convention.2:242.

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

  • [no following entries]
  • Cadets, reason why they were dismissed2:99, 2:116-
  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor Thanks returned him by the Convention of the Massachusetts Bay for remarking on the Bishop of Landaffs Sermon, & for his reply to Chand- lers[ Chandlers]appeal.2:129
  • Chauncy Reverend Doctor Thanked by the Convention of Connecticut for the same.2:163

Chauncy Reverend Doctor His Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury vindicates himself from his Charges.2:381 see index

  • Connecticut House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their Letter to the Speaker of the House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, appro- ving[ approving]of Circular Letter.2:150
  • Clark Peter Reverend his Death and Character2:154
  • Cough, Recipe for.2:155
  • Letter from Reverend Samuel Seabury about Doctor Chauncy's making use of his Name. &c.2:375.

Letter from Doctor Chauncy in answer to the Above.2:381. see index

  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer2:392. 2:400. 2:414. 2:414.Twice paged,2:438. 2:446. 2:454. 2:461. 2:507. 2:518. 2:526.
  • Letter From the Merchants and Traders in Phildelphia to the Merchants and manu- facturers[ manufacturers]in England, showing them, that unless the revenue Acts are repealed they much stop the Importation of Goods.2:401.
  • Letter From Elzevir a Comical One.2:419
  • Letter from Reverend Samuel Seabury about Doctor Chauncy's making use of his Name. &c.2:375.
  • Letter from Doctor Chauncy in answer to the Above.2:381.

Letter in Answer to the Farmer2:392. 2:400. 2:414. 2:414.Twice paged,2:438. 2:446. 2:454. 2:461. 2:507. 2:518. 2:526. see index

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

Letter From the 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.

Merchants and Traders of Philadelphia their Letter to the Merchants and Manufacturers of Great Britain.2:401. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of the Same their agreement, and proceedings with regard to non Importation of Goods.2:596. 2:625.
  • Merchants and Traders of Maryland their proceedings with regard to Non Importation of Goods2:521. 2:714.
  • Wilkes John Esquire Expelled ye[ the]House2:538.
  • Wilkes John Esquire Supported by the Society of Bill of Rights.2:546.
  • Wilkes John Esquire a Letter from him from to John Churchill on a vacancy's happening in Westminster.2:657.

Wright Governor of Georgia, his Speech to his Assembly when he dissolved it for approving of the Circular Letter.2:403. see index

  • Wentworth Governor a grand Entertainment made for him at Cambridge.2:554.
  • World a general View of it.[ref. missing]
  • Letter from Doctor Chauncy in answer to the Above.2:381.
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer2:392. 2:400. 2:414. 2:414.Twice paged,2:438. 2:446. 2:454. 2:461. 2:507. 2:518. 2:526.
  • Letter From the Merchants and Traders in Phildelphia to the Merchants and manu- facturers[ manufacturers]in England, showing them, that unless the revenue Acts are repealed they much stop the Importation of Goods.2:401.

Letter From Elzevir a Comical One.2:419 see index

  • 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.
  • Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442.
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer2:392. 2:400. 2:414. 2:414.Twice paged,2:438. 2:446. 2:454. 2:461. 2:507. 2:518. 2:526.
  • Letter From the Merchants and Traders in Phildelphia to the Merchants and manu- facturers[ manufacturers]in England, showing them, that unless the revenue Acts are repealed they much stop the Importation of Goods.2:401.
  • Letter From Elzevir a Comical One.2:419

Letter An Excellent One, shewing[ showing]the methods of our enemies makes use of to blac- king[ blacking]us, and highly commends the Journal of the Times.2:421. see index

  • 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.
  • Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442.
  • Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury, vindicating Doctor Chauncy.2:447.
  • Liberty Song.2:166.
  • Liberty Song Parodized.2:252.
  • Lords, address to the Kings Speech, in answer to his, wherein he call's the American Factious.2:372.

Libelling on, an extract from Cato's Letters.2:424. see index

  • Lutterell Colonel chose a Member in opposition to Mr Wilkes.2:535.
  • Lutterell Colonel Admitted as a Mem- ber[ Member]of the House of Commons in the Room of Mr. Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:538. 2:550
  • Letter to the Puritan shewing[ showing]that the late measures takes its rise from France in league wth Lord Bute.2:82.
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Character2:261
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to aid the Commission2:267
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Summary of his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]desires him to find out those who have Committed Treason &c in order to send them to Eng- land[ England]to be tried by the Statute of Harry 8.

Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letters to the Government wont[ will not]have his Letters Communi- cated[ Communicated].2:429 see index

  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Blamed by Mr Debert about presenting our Petitions. &c2:561
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]A Smart Letter to him from Junius Ameri- canus[ Americanus].2:710
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor censured about his pension2:218
  • Letter From the Merchants and Traders in Phildelphia to the Merchants and manu- facturers[ manufacturers]in England, showing them, that unless the revenue Acts are repealed they much stop the Importation of Goods.2:401.
  • Letter From Elzevir a Comical One.2:419
  • Letter An Excellent One, shewing[ showing]the methods of our enemies makes use of to blac- king[ blacking]us, and highly commends the Journal of the Times.2:421.

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

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

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

  • Number of Polls & Souls in Massachusetts Bay,2:227. 2:639
  • Number of Polls & Souls in New England2:207. 2:639
  • Number of Polls in New England. vide under New England Number of Polls in ye[ the]4 Provinces2:299
  • 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.

Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442. see index

  • Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury, vindicating Doctor Chauncy.2:447.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]against the Council.2:463to2:466.
  • Letter From General Gage[ Thomas Gage]to same, against the Town of Boston, &c.2:466
  • 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.
  • Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442.

Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury, vindicating Doctor Chauncy.2:447. see index

  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]against the Council.2:463to2:466.
  • Letter From General Gage[ Thomas Gage]to same, against the Town of Boston, &c.2:466
  • Philadelphia much blamed becuase they did not come earlier into the non Importation Agreement2:191.
  • Philadelphia Merchants an Ironical Letter on their conduct.2:200.
  • Paoli his Corsicans oath.2:251.

Paoli his Letter.2:458. see index

  • Paoli his Ditto to Mr. Trecothick &c2:542.
  • Paoli in Danger of being Worsted.2:630.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His answer to the Town of Boston about the coming of Troops2:241
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Convention2:248
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Addresses of the Town of Boston2:415

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Letters against the Council2:463to2:466 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Created a Baronet2:487
  • 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.
  • Letter To the Author of the Answer to the Farmers Letters.2:442.
  • Letter to Reverend Samuel Seabury, vindicating Doctor Chauncy.2:447.

Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]against the Council.2:463to2:466. see index

  • Letter From General Gage[ Thomas Gage]to same, against the Town of Boston, &c.2:466
  • Georgia House of Assembly Their Resolves respecting the same.2:398
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General arrives at Boston.2:281
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Answer to the Councils address.2:288

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

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

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

  • [no following entries]
  • Writs of Assistance their pernicious tendency2:557
  • Writs of Assistance Introduced by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:Ibid
  • War declared by Turkey against Russia2:299. 2:372.

Weymouth Lord, writes a Bloody Letter to Justice Pon- ton[ Ponton], to order ye[ the]Troops to Fire on the Mob.2:472 see index

  • Washington George, first signalized himself, & became famous in America,[ref. missing]
  • [no preceding index entries]

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his Letter remarked on2:493. see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, tells them he has no Authority over the Troops.2:527
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Speech to the general Assembly.2:527
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Declaration against him for bribary.2:543.
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Letter to Justice Murray.2:524. 2:531. see index

  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer twice paged2:526.
  • Letter From the House of Burgesses of Virginia to House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, inclosing their Resolves.2:534.
  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Merchants and Traders of Middleton their proceedings on the same.2:750.
  • Manufactory Hall the Tenants wont[ will not]deliver it up to the Troops vide the proceedings about it.2:281.
  • Murray Justice about the Journal of the Times.2:521.

Murray Justice a Letter to him on the same2:524. 2:531. see index

  • Middlesex County of, their Petition to the King.2:596.
  • Maccaulay Mrs her History of England highly commended.2:650. 2:721.
  • Moor, Sir Henry's Death and Character.2:677.

Letter in Answer to the Farmer twice paged2:526. see index

  • Letter From the House of Burgesses of Virginia to House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, inclosing their Resolves.2:534.
  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Earthquake Causes of2:736
  • England - a Discription of it.[ref. missing]
  • Election Expences[ Expenses], great in England2:129. 2:524. 2:774.

Election at Middlesex, the Electors of, their Rights great- ly[ greatly]violated, when Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes]was duly chose, but the Commons expelled him, and placed Colonel Lutterel in his Romo2:529. 2:535 2:538. 2:550.vid. also the peti- tion[ petition]of Middlesex, and the other Petitions, touching this affair under Letter P in this & Vol. 3 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Letter to Justice Murray.2:524. 2:531.
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer twice paged2:526.

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

  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Resolves against the Revenue Acts &c.2:134.
  • 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. see index

  • Virginia House of Burgesses Council of, their Address to Lord Bottetourt.2:531.
  • Venus. Transit of.2:525.
  • Virginia Inhabitants of, their Agreement, after their Assembly was dissolved. &c.2:534.
  • Letter to Justice Murray.2:524. 2:531.
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer twice paged2:526.
  • Letter From the House of Burgesses of Virginia to House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, inclosing their Resolves.2:534.

Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545. see index

  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.
  • Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.

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

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:603. 2:605. 2:612
  • Circular Letter of the Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay to the Houses of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]on the Continent.2:43
  • Letter From the House of Burgesses of Virginia to House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, inclosing their Resolves.2:534.
  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.

Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561. see index

  • Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592
  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.
  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.
  • Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.

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

  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.
  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]

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

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

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

  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.
  • Bettetourt Lord His Answer to the House of Burgesses2:534
  • Bettetourt Lord His Answer when he dissolved the Court.2:Ibid.
  • Bettetourt Lord His droll speech to the Assembly of Virginia.2:764

Bowdoin James Esquire his Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], vindicating himself from the Charges of Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:611 see index

  • Bleeding at the Nose a Remarkable Cure for it.2:641
  • Barnard John an Importer, entd on the Records of the Town with Infamy.2:697
  • Beckford Wm[ William]Elected Lord Mayor of London with the proceedings &c2:761
  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia2:534.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of Pensyl- vania.[ Pennsylvania] 2:563.
  • Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay.2:572.

Resolves of the Council with regard to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]s Letters.2:611. see index

  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of South Carolina.2:668.
  • Resolves of the Town of Boston against Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]General Gage[ Thomas Gage]&c.2:729.
  • Resolves of the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut.2:747.
  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.
  • Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592
  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.

Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623. see index

  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.
  • Letter from Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:710.
  • Wilkes John Esquire his Address to the Freeholders of Middlesex2:455.455a 2:486. 2:493. 2:472(a)
  • Wilkes John Esquire Expelled ye[ the]House2:538.
  • Wilkes John Esquire Supported by the Society of Bill of Rights.2:546.

Wilkes John Esquire a Letter from him from to John Churchill on a vacancy's happening in Westminster.2:657. see index

  • Wright Governor of Georgia, his Speech to his Assembly when he dissolved it for approving of the Circular Letter.2:403.
  • Wentworth Governor a grand Entertainment made for him at Cambridge.2:554.
  • World a general View of it.[ref. missing]
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Account of what he made since he was Governor2:601
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Departure and the rejoycings[ rejoicings]consequent thereon2:620
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Impeached by the House of Representa- tives Representatives2:649

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His and General Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:697. 2:831. see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Extract or original2:714
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 2:831&c
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]A Coveteous Wretch2:979
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571
  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588

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

  • Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid.
  • Boston Vindicated from the Aspersions of Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Gage[ Thomas Gage], &c.2:1001to2:1040
  • Biles Reverend Mather Junior a Wonderful Dream on his going for Orders.2:81
  • Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592
  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.
  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.

Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709. see index

  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.
  • Letter from Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:710.
  • Letter To the Duke of Grafton, he is much blamed for his management in the administration2:737.
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Summary of his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]desires him to find out those who have Committed Treason &c in order to send them to Eng- land[ England]to be tried by the Statute of Harry 8.
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letters to the Government wont[ will not]have his Letters Communi- cated[ Communicated].2:429
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Blamed by Mr Debert about presenting our Petitions. &c2:561

Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]A Smart Letter to him from Junius Ameri- canus[ Americanus].2:710 see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor censured about his pension2:218
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor praised by the Infamous Ministry.2:288
  • & by Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard].2:842
  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.

Letter from Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:710. see index

  • Letter To the Duke of Grafton, he is much blamed for his management in the administration2:737.
  • Letter A very Spirited one to the People from South Carolina.2:741
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.
  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.
  • Letter from Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:710.

Letter To the Duke of Grafton, he is much blamed for his management in the administration2:737. see index

  • Letter A very Spirited one to the People from South Carolina.2:741
  • Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid.
  • Letter from Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:710.
  • Letter To the Duke of Grafton, he is much blamed for his management in the administration2:737.

Letter A very Spirited one to the People from South Carolina.2:741 see index

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Letter to the King from Timothy Pickering.2:746. see index

  • Letter From the Speaker of the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Agent Debert, given him an Account of the riot of the Soldiers at Justice Quincy's.2:774.
  • Letter from the Town of Hatfield to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing]
  • Letter to the King from Timothy Pickering.2:746.

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

  • Letter from the Town of Hatfield to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing]
  • Letter Letter an excellent One to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:947.to2:1000.
  • Holyoke Reverend President his Death and Character2:533
  • Henderson George. Captain killed.2:662
  • Holland Lord, endeavours to exculpate himself from the Charge brought against him by the Livery of London.2:709

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

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

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

  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing]
  • Letter Letter an excellent One to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:947.to2:1000.
  • Liberty Song.2:166.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Impeached by the House of Representa- tives Representatives2:649
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His and General Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:697. 2:831.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Extract or original2:714

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Letters to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 2:831&c see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]A Coveteous Wretch2:979
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Indicted2:1039
  • Letter to the King from Timothy Pickering.2:746.
  • Letter From the Speaker of the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Agent Debert, given him an Account of the riot of the Soldiers at Justice Quincy's.2:774.
  • Letter from the Town of Hatfield to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823.

Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing] see index

  • Letter Letter an excellent One to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:947.to2:1000.
  • Liberty Song.2:166.
  • Liberty Song Parodized.2:252.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]against the Town of Boston. &c2:466
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General Censured2:478. 2:619
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General Reflected on, calld[ called]Mother Gage2:751

Gage[ Thomas Gage]General His Letters2:907 see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]General Indicted.2:1039
  • Grenville George his American Account.2:476
  • Gridley Jonathan his Declaration about Otis and Robinsons affray.2:665
  • Letter From the Speaker of the House of Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Agent Debert, given him an Account of the riot of the Soldiers at Justice Quincy's.2:774.
  • Letter from the Town of Hatfield to the Select Men of the Town of Boston.2:823.
  • Letter From Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], General Gage[ Thomas Gage], Commodore Hood, the Commissioners, &c.2:831.to[ref. missing]

Letter Letter an excellent One to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:947.to2:1000. see index

  • Liberty Song.2:166.
  • Liberty Song Parodized.2:252.
  • Lords, address to the Kings Speech, in answer to his, wherein he call's the American Factious.2:372.
  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.
  • Letter An Excellent one from a Gentleman in England given a particular account of affairs in England, the bad administration, confusions, troubles &c.2:623.
  • Letter From Lord Holland to Mr. Beckford.2:709.

Letter From Mr. Beckford in Answer.2:Ibid. see index

  • Letter from Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsborough.[ Wills Hill] 2:710.
  • Letter To the Duke of Grafton, he is much blamed for his management in the administration2:737.
  • Letter A very Spirited one to the People from South Carolina.2:741
  • Letter from the House of Representatives of New Jersey to the Speaker of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay approving the Circular Letter.2:150

Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Connecticut to the same, on the same.2:Ibid see index

  • Letter From the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Georgia to the same on the same.2:158
  • Letter from the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of Maryland to the Same, on the same subject.2:162
  • Letter Ironical One on the Merchant's of Philadelphia their conduct, with regard to Non Importation. ( vide Pa.2:196)2:200
  • Letter from the Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Shelburne remonstrating against the Revenue Acts. &c2:47
  • Letter To General Conway from the Same, about the same.2:55
  • Letter To Agent Debert from the same, about the same.2:59

Letter To Lord Chatham from the same, about the same.2:Ibid. see index

  • Letter To the Commissioners from the Treasury from the same, about the same.2:66
  • Letter To Lord Shelburne from the same, in answer to his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], wherein he commends him for negativing Councellors.2:72
  • Letter From the Same to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding.2:165
  • Otis James junior vindicated.2:472.
  • Otis James junior Accuses the Commissioners &c of Writing against him home.2:650.
  • Otis James junior in Danger of being Murdered by Commis- sioner[ Commissioner]Robinson &c at the Coffee House.2:658.

Otis James junior His Letter to his Council about it2:Ibid. see index

  • Otis James junior Clears the officers of the Army.2:659
  • vide John Gridley's Decla- ration[ Declaration]about it under G.
  • Otis James his Affray wth John Robinson misrepre- sented.2:666.
  • 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.

Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Chatham on the same.2:Ibid. see index

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  • 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

American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F. see index

  • Admiralty vice Court of New first Established in America2:121
  • Admiralty vice Court of Great Innovations in2:179.and unconstitutional2:356 2:501
  • Admiralty vice Court of Decree of Judge Leigh in2:205
  • 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

American grievances great, Imposed by the Mother Country, vide; Farmers address under Letter F. see index

  • Admiralty vice Court of New first Established in America2:121
  • Admiralty vice Court of Great Innovations in2:179.and unconstitutional2:356 2:501
  • Admiralty vice Court of Decree of Judge Leigh in2:205
  • Farmer Address to him from the Society of Fort St. Davids2:116
  • Farmer Address to the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of Philadelphia, urging them to come into similar measures, with the Merchants of Boston &c, not to import goods, and enumerates the griev- ances[ greivances]of America.2:119
  • Farmer Answer to the Town of Providence.2:202

Farmer Answered vide under Letters. see index

  • Freemason, John Row Elected Grand Master-an and Account, of the procession &c.2:309
  • Franklin Benja[ Benjamin]. Letters from him to Governor Shirley about Taxing the Colonies.2:311
  • Fire at the Goal[ Jail], burnt down.2:391
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Requires the House to rescind the Vote respecting their Circular Letter2:157
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Character2:261
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letter to aid the Commission2:267

Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Summary of his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]desires him to find out those who have Committed Treason &c in order to send them to Eng- land[ England]to be tried by the Statute of Harry 8. see index

  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]His Circular Letters to the Government wont[ will not]have his Letters Communi- cated[ Communicated].2:429
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]Blamed by Mr Debert about presenting our Petitions. &c2:561
  • Hillsborough Lord[ Wills Hill]A Smart Letter to him from Junius Ameri- canus[ Americanus].2:710
  • Letter in Answer to the Farmer twice paged2:526.
  • Letter From the House of Burgesses of Virginia to House of Representatives of Massachusetts Bay, inclosing their Resolves.2:534.
  • Letter From Colonel Lutte- rell[ Lutterell]to the Freeholders of Middlesex on his being chose a Member of Parliament.2:545.

Letter A Letter to him which censures him severly Ibid. see index

  • Letter From Dennis Debert, where he blames Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]about his not presenting Petitions. &c.2:561.
  • Letter From a Peer to a Gentleman in Boston.2:592
  • Letter From the Council of the Massachusetts Bay to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]in Answer to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& General Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters2:603. 2:605. 2:612.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting a Libel, and the providing for Troops.3:2.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Vote money for the Troops.3:3.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Duration of.3:10.

New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Letter to them, against voting Money for the Troops3:18. see index

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  • Instructions of the Town of Haverhill to their Represen- tative[ Representative], ordering him to vote to proceed to Business &c.3:259
  • Instructions From the King to the Governor of South Carolina, about the Assemblies granting monies &c.3:292
  • Instructions From the King to Governor Hutchinson[ reg=""]forbiding him to assent to any grants made to Agents, chose &c3:521

Junius Americanus his letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19 see index

  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:107
  • Junius Americanus On the Boston Massacre3:160,3:197
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on the same3:161
  • Letter of Junius to the King 37

Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus, to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19 see index

  • Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82
  • Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64
  • Letter From the Town of Abington, thank- ing[ thanking]the Merchants &c.3:75
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, blamed for proroguging the General Court in obediance to Instructions3:10
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Compared to King James3:18

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

  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor His proclamation, pronounces the Meeting unlaw- ful[ unlawful] 3:Ibid.
  • Huchinson[ Hutchinson]Thomas, Governor Orders the Justices of the County of Suffolk, to attend.3:25.
  • Libel A True definiti- on[ definition]of one3:205 3:326
  • Libel Questions put by Lord Camden to Ld Mans- field[ Lord Mansfield], about them3:398
  • Lillie. Theophilus, the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Inhabit ants[ Inhabitants]of Boston an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25

Letter, a very good one from Philadelphia, on the consequ- ence[ consequence]of the Non Importation agreement; &[ and]oppressions of America3:26 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Junius Americanus, His Letter to the same, on the Trial of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Soldiers3:467
  • Importers Names adver- tised[ advertized] 3:1. 3:33. 3:120. 3:203
  • Importers Voted Infamous by the Town of Boston3:69

Junius, his Letter to the King3:37 see index

  • Junius Americanus, Modestus, his Answer3:38
  • Junius Americanus, On the city Remon- strance[ Remonstrance] 3:116
  • Junius Americanus, On the Kings Answer to the City Remon- strance[ Remonstrance]: gives a Character of the Ministry3:137
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King, Junius his Letter to him3:37 see index

  • King, His Speech to the Parliament, complains of the Americans, especially respecting the non Importation agreement3:65
  • King, His Answer to the Lords address, in answer to the above3:74
  • King, Said to be a Weak Prince3:103
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, by receiving his pay from the Crown, and thereby becom- ing[ becoming]Independent of the Peo ple, he is become a Usur- per[ Usurper], and ought to be punished &c. asserted by Mucious Scævo- la[ Scævola] 3:612
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He lays the above Paper before the Council3:611
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to him, a very Severe one3:614

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him, on his con- duct[ conduct]respecting the Americans, with a particular Account of the New appointment of the Judges of the Court of Vice Admiralty, with their Charac- ters[ Characters]&c3:55. 3:82. 3:86. see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him, from Junius Americanus on his Treatment of the Colonies3:107
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Ought to be Im- peached[ Impeached] 3:178
  • Letter of Junius to the King 37
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus, to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19

Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82 see index

  • Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64
  • 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 of Junius to the King 37
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus, to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19
  • Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82

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

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

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

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

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

  • [no following entries]
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus, to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19
  • Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82
  • Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64

Letter From the Town of Abington, thank- ing[ thanking]the Merchants &c.3:75 see index

  • 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.
  • Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82
  • Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • 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
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, He lays the above Paper before the Council3:611
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, Address to him, a very Severe one3:614
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him, on his con- duct[ conduct]respecting the Americans, with a particular Account of the New appointment of the Judges of the Court of Vice Admiralty, with their Charac- ters[ Characters]&c3:55. 3:82. 3:86.

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him, from Junius Americanus on his Treatment of the Colonies3:107 see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Ought to be Im- peached[ Impeached] 3:178
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of A Great Enemy to the liberties of America, deter- mines[ determines]to Fix the Parliaments Right of taxing America, vid his speech.3:222
  • Instructions From the King to the Governor of South Carolina, about the Assemblies granting monies &c.3:292
  • Instructions From the King to Governor Hutchinson[ reg=""]forbiding him to assent to any grants made to Agents, chose &c3:521
  • Junius Americanus his letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19

Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:107 see index

  • Junius Americanus On the Boston Massacre3:160,3:197
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on the same3:161
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to the same, tells him the more her Oppresses America, the bet- ter[ better]it will be for them.3:241
  • Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64
  • 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 see index

  • 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.
  • 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
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Letter from Junius to the King on the City Remon- strance[] 3:116 see index

  • Letter From the same, on the Kings Answer to the above, gives a Character of the Ministry3:137
  • Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • 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
  • 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.

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 see index

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  • M
  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting the Non Importantion agreement3:1. 3:51. 3:52.
  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Enter into a New Agreement3:51

Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Their Letter to the Merchants &[ and]of Philadelpha[ Philadelphia], urging them to abide by their agreement. &c.3:129. see index

  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Their proceedings, respecting Newport, &[ and]Georgia's violating the Agreement3:173(Over.)
  • Letter from Junius to the King on the City Remon- strance[] 3:116

Letter From the same, on the Kings Answer to the above, gives a Character of the Ministry3:137 see index

  • Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter from Junius to the King on the City Remon- strance[] 3:116
  • Letter From the same, on the Kings Answer to the above, gives a Character of the Ministry3:137

Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152 see index

  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
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Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158. see index

  • Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Junius Americanus his letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:107
  • Junius Americanus On the Boston Massacre3:160,3:197

Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on the same3:161 see index

  • Junius Americanus His Letter to the same, tells him the more her Oppresses America, the bet- ter[ better]it will be for them.3:241
  • Letter from Junius to the King on the City Remon- strance[] 3:116
  • Letter From the same, on the Kings Answer to the above, gives a Character of the Ministry3:137
  • Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152

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

  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187
  • Watchman. a peice expo- sing[ exposing]the pernicious Principles of the Delany Family. &c. at New York.3:47. 3:67. 3:77. 3:113.
  • Whisperer, a very Bold Paper, against the King, Prin- cess[ Princess]Dowager, & the Ministry. &c.3:106.
  • Whisperer, Another.3:228.

Whisperer, A Smart Free Letter he sends to Lord Mansfield.3:169. see index

  • Whitfield. George Reverend Arrives at Rhode Island.3:192.
  • Whitfield. George at Philadelphia. from Georgia.3:120
  • Letter From the same, on the Kings Answer to the above, gives a Character of the Ministry3:137
  • Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161

Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174. see index

  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187
  • Letter From the Merchants of New York to the Boston Comittee;[ Committee]Justify their breaking the agreement3:239
  • Merchants &c. of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], enter into an agree- ment[ agreement]&c.3:170.
  • Merchants &c. of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], Renew their For- mer[ Former]Agreement3:174.
  • Merchants &c. of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], Their Further proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agreement3:194.

Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, their reply to the Letter of the New York Merchants, acquai n ting[ acquanting]them of the disolution. &c.3:174. see index

  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234.
  • Merchants, and people of New York, attempt to break the Non Importation Agreement3:152
  • Merchants, Attempt to break the Agreement: a Full Account of their proceedings3:170. 3:171.
  • Merchants, they Dissolve their Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement and vote to send orders from all Goods, except Tea, &[ and]other Goods liable to a duty.3:174.

Merchants, Their Letter to the Merchants if Phila delphia[ Philadelphia]acquainting them of the disolution of their agreemt. &[ and]of their sending their orders &c.3:174. see index

  • Merchants, Their Letter Burnt at ( New York say) New Jersey.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, The disolution of theie agree- ment[ agreement], said to be done by Ministerial Influence.3:175.
  • Merchants, Their Letter sent to the Merchants of New- haven[ New Haven]: to Induce them to come into the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]Agreement.3:187.
  • Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158.

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

  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid

Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187 see index

  • Letter From the Merchants of New York to the Boston Comittee;[ Committee]Justify their breaking the agreement3:239
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsbo- rough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his Treatment of the Americans, tells him the More he oppresses them, the Better it will be for them. &c.3:241.
  • Merchants, Their Letter to the Merchants if Phila delphia[ Philadelphia]acquainting them of the disolution of their agreemt. &[ and]of their sending their orders &c.3:174.
  • Merchants, Their Letter Burnt at ( New York say) New Jersey.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, The disolution of theie agree- ment[ agreement], said to be done by Ministerial Influence.3:175.

Merchants, Their Letter sent to the Merchants of New- haven[ New Haven]: to Induce them to come into the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]Agreement.3:187. see index

  • Merchants, Protested against by Huntingdon. See the Protest
  • Merchants, Protested against by the Inhabitants of New York vid. Protest
  • Merchants, Their Letter to the Boston committee, Justify their disolving the Agreement.3:239
  • Trial Between Ebenezer Cutler, & Robert Peirpoint, & Caleb Davis.3:459. 3:564.
  • Trial of the Soldiers, & Preston, a very partial one.3:467.
  • Trial a Famous one, of Jonathan Peter Lenger, for a Libel.3:205.

Trial of the Printer of Junius's Letter to the King;-- & the Verdict.3:233. 3:245. see index

  • Trial said on the Trial to be no libel.3:245.
  • Trial of the Duke of Cumberland, for Criminal Conversation. &c.3:234. 3:247.
  • Trial of the Soldiers Concerned in the Boston Massacre.3:785.
  • Verdict in Favour[ Favor]of Peir- point[ Peirpoint]&c against Ebenzer Cutter.3:564.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Vindex[ Samuel Adams]his Comments, on the Tryal[ Trial]of the Soldiers. &c.3:325. 3:327,3:339. 3:346. 3:357. 3:361. 3:370. 3:375.
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.
  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187

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

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

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

  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], vote against Newport.3:153.
  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], abide by their Agreement3:307.
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Ought to be Im- peached[ Impeached] 3:178
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of A Great Enemy to the liberties of America, deter- mines[ determines]to Fix the Parliaments Right of taxing America, vid his speech.3:222

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him Junius Americanus, he tells him, that the more he opp- resses[ oppresses]America, the better it will be for them3:241 see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Sends a Letter to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], he commends Mr. Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c.3:529
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on the Independency of Governor Judges &c.3:575
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from the same, on the Promotion of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver] 3:588
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill] 3:107
  • Junius Americanus On the Boston Massacre3:160,3:197
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on the same3:161

Junius Americanus His Letter to the same, tells him the more her Oppresses America, the bet- ter[ better]it will be for them.3:241 see index

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  • Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187
  • Letter From the Merchants of New York to the Boston Comittee;[ Committee]Justify their breaking the agreement3:239

Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsbo- rough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his Treatment of the Americans, tells him the More he oppresses them, the Better it will be for them. &c.3:241. see index

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  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242

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

  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
  • Mcdougal Captain His Address to the Betrayed Inhabitants of New York3:10.
  • Mcdougal Captain Imprisoned3:41.
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Junius Americanus, his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enu- merating[ enumerating]his political Wicked- ness[ Wickedness] 3:279 see index

  • Junius Americanus His Letter to the People of England shewing[ showing]the similar grievances, between Great Britain, and the Colo.[ Colonies] 3:283
  • Junius Americanus Another to the Same, shewing[ showing]the bad Policy relative to America, and draws a Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c.3:288
  • Junius Americanus On a Riot at Boston relative to Jno. Mean[ Jonathan Mean] 3:293
  • Letter from the Duke of Cumberland to Lady Grosvenor3:309

Letter From Junius Americanus to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enumerating his political Crimes3:279 see index

  • Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283
  • Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288
  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enu- merating[ enumerating]his political Wicked- ness[ Wickedness] 3:279

Junius Americanus His Letter to the People of England shewing[ showing]the similar grievances, between Great Britain, and the Colo.[ Colonies] 3:283 see index

  • Junius Americanus Another to the Same, shewing[ showing]the bad Policy relative to America, and draws a Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c.3:288
  • Junius Americanus On a Riot at Boston relative to Jno. Mean[ Jonathan Mean] 3:293
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the Indepen- dency[ Independency]of American Governors Judges, &c3:575
  • Letter from the Duke of Cumberland to Lady Grosvenor3:309
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enumerating his political Crimes3:279

Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283 see index

  • Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288
  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309
  • Letter Another3:424.
  • Letter from the Duke of Cumberland to Lady Grosvenor3:309
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enumerating his political Crimes3:279
  • Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283

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

  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309
  • Letter Another3:424.
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Duke of Cumberland, de- tected[ detected]with Lord Grosvenor's Lady3:32
  • Duke of Cumberland, Sued For damages3:Ibid.
  • Duke of Cumberland, His Tryal.[ Trial] 3:234. 3:247

Duke of Cumberland, His Letter to Lady Grosvenor3:309 see index

  • Duke of Cumberland, Ridiculed, vid. verses on3:312
  • Delancy Family at New York, Tyranical, their Characters drawn3:47. 3:67. 3:77.
  • Delancy Family Lieutenant Governor dies3:80
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enumerating his political Crimes3:279
  • Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283
  • Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288

Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309 see index

  • Letter Another3:424.
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Letter From Junius to Lord Mansfield, he speaks of him as very Corrupt Judge3:373
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Letter from the Duke of Cumberland to Lady Grosvenor3:309 see index

  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], enumerating his political Crimes3:279
  • Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283
  • Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288
  • Rum Danger of draw- ing it by Candle Light.3:192.
  • Ruggles Timothy, appoin- ted[ appointed]Surveyor of the Kings Woods.3:273.
  • Roman Catholics, admitted into offices in the West Indies by order from the Minister of State, a great Grievance.3:298. 3:362.

Roman Catholics, A Letter from one from Halifax, Informing of a popish Priests being of Halifax. Etc.3:309 see index

  • Roman Catholics, Another Letter from the same, on the same.3:424.
  • Roman Catholic Religion, great Strides making to Introduce it in Great Britain. Etc.3:361.
  • Revenues of France, Etc her Force.3:409.
  • King, He some time's[ sometimes]grants pardons before convictions, or sentence3:619.
  • Kennedy's the Murderers respi- ted[ respited] 3:149
  • Kennedy Pardoned3:489

King of Spain represented as a Fool, vid a ludicrous Letter3:323 see index

  • Kings are Servants for the Peoples Goods, and not their Masters3:370
  • Kings What their preroga- tive[ prerogative]is3:123
  • King wont[ will not]disolve the Parliament, if he should, he says it would be un- constitutional[ unconstitutional] 3:116. 3:184. 3:557
  • Jackson William the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Town of Boston as an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25
  • Jackson William His House attem- pted[ attempted]to be Fired, suppos'd[ supposed]to be done by himself3:25
  • Justices of the County of Suffolk meet and give their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid

=|| Junius Americanus his Letter to the People of En- gland[ England], shewing[ showing]the pernicious tendency of the American Courts of Admiralty &c.3:331. 3:335. 3:379 see index

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Junius Americanus, his Letter to the People of England, shewing[ showing]the pernici ous[ pernicious]tendency of the American Courts of Admiralty &[ and]the Illegality of the Commissioners Power &c.3:331. 3:335. 3:379 see index

  • Junius Americanus, His Letter to the same, on the Trial of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Soldiers3:467
  • Importers Names adver- tised[ advertized] 3:1. 3:33. 3:120. 3:203
  • Importers Voted Infamous by the Town of Boston3:69
  • Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288
  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309
  • Letter Another3:424.

Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379 see index

  • Letter From Junius to Lord Mansfield, he speaks of him as very Corrupt Judge3:373
  • Letter Of the same on the Spanish Convention, says it was a Shameful one, speaks of the hostilities of Spaniards, say's it was a very good Time to make war with them3:445
  • Letter From (the same say) Junius Americanus to the People of England, on the Tri- al[ Trial]of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Sol- diers[ Soldiers] 3:467
  • Dunmore Lord Governor his first Speech to the Assembly of New York, he commends the Yorkers for Breaking the Non- Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement &c.3:336
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Speech to the Assem- bly[ Assembly]of New York, refuses to take his Salary, tells them the King has appointed him one3:385
  • Dunmore Lord Governor Appointed Governor of Virginia3:Ibid

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

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  • Junius Americanus, Modestus, his Answer3:38
  • Junius Americanus, On the city Remon- strance[ Remonstrance] 3:116
  • Junius Americanus, On the Kings Answer to the City Remon- strance[ Remonstrance]: gives a Character of the Ministry3:137

Junius Americanus, His Letter to Lord Mansfield : speaks of him as a very corrupt Judge3:373 see index

  • Junius Americanus, On the hostilities of the Spaniards, and the shameful Convention with them, and shews that it was a very proper Time to make war with them &c.3:445
  • Junius Americanus, His Letter to the Duke of Grafton on his being again appointed to ye[ the]Ministry: he draws a Character of the present Ministry3:566
  • Judges of the New Court of vice Admiralty in America their Characters &c3:55. 3:82(up)
  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309
  • Letter Another3:424.
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379

Letter From Junius to Lord Mansfield, he speaks of him as very Corrupt Judge3:373 see index

  • Letter Of the same on the Spanish Convention, says it was a Shameful one, speaks of the hostilities of Spaniards, say's it was a very good Time to make war with them3:445
  • Letter From (the same say) Junius Americanus to the People of England, on the Tri- al[ Trial]of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Sol- diers[ Soldiers] 3:467
  • Whitfield. George Reverend His Character.3:313.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend Georgia, House of Commons, resolve about his Body &c.3:328.
  • Whitfield. George Reverend His Funeral (Charges say) Sermon, preach't[ preached]in London, by Mr. Wesly.3:396.

Whitfield. George Reverend Much lamented by the Countess of Huntingdon, vid her Letter.3:423. see index

  • Whitfield. George Reverend His Last Will, the Estate he left, &c.3:449.
  • War in America, the Expence of it to Great Britain.3:317.
  • Witness for the King on, the Tryal[ Trial]of the Soldiers.3:794.
  • Letter From the same, to the People of Great Britain, shewing[ showing]that the grievances that the Americans suffers, are similar to those in England3:283
  • Letter From the same to the same shewing the bad Po- licy[ Policy]of the Regulations made in America, draws the Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:288
  • Letter From a Roman Catholic, giving an account of a Popish Priest at Halifax3:309

Letter Another3:424. see index

  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Letter From Junius to Lord Mansfield, he speaks of him as very Corrupt Judge3:373
  • Letter Of the same on the Spanish Convention, says it was a Shameful one, speaks of the hostilities of Spaniards, say's it was a very good Time to make war with them3:445
  • Ruggles Timothy, appoin- ted[ appointed]Surveyor of the Kings Woods.3:273.
  • Roman Catholics, admitted into offices in the West Indies by order from the Minister of State, a great Grievance.3:298. 3:362.
  • Roman Catholics, A Letter from one from Halifax, Informing of a popish Priests being of Halifax. Etc.3:309

Roman Catholics, Another Letter from the same, on the same.3:424. see index

  • Roman Catholic Religion, great Strides making to Introduce it in Great Britain. Etc.3:361.
  • Revenues of France, Etc her Force.3:409.
  • Result of a Council, Resecting Mr. Emmerson[ Emerson]of Concord.3:465.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to the Governor Message, tell him they have procured depositions respecting the Surrender of the Castle.3:315.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Message to the Governor, beg he would regulate the Militia.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They meet at the College, and desire the Governor to Remove them to Boston.3:411.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their Reply to to the Governors first Speech after his Advancement, hope ye[ the]next Court, he will meet them at Boston. &c.3:458.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay They make a Mo- tion[ Motion]to enquire whether the Governor Receives his pay from home, and send him a Message on that Subject, wherein they ennu- merate[ ennumerate]all the Grants made him which he would not accept of.3:458.
  • Letter Another3:424.
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Letter From Junius to Lord Mansfield, he speaks of him as very Corrupt Judge3:373

Letter Of the same on the Spanish Convention, says it was a Shameful one, speaks of the hostilities of Spaniards, say's it was a very good Time to make war with them3:445 see index

  • Letter From (the same say) Junius Americanus to the People of England, on the Tri- al[ Trial]of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Sol- diers[ Soldiers] 3:467
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the People of England, shewing[ showing]the pernici ous[ pernicious]tendency of the American Courts of Admiralty &[ and]the Illegality of the Commissioners Power &c.3:331. 3:335. 3:379

Junius Americanus, His Letter to the same, on the Trial of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Soldiers3:467 see index

  • Importers Names adver- tised[ advertized] 3:1. 3:33. 3:120. 3:203
  • Importers Voted Infamous by the Town of Boston3:69
  • Junius, his Letter to the King3:37
  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus]to the People of England, on the Illegality of the Courts of Admiralty in America, and the Commissioners Power.3:331. 3:335. 3:379
  • Letter From Junius to Lord Mansfield, he speaks of him as very Corrupt Judge3:373
  • Letter Of the same on the Spanish Convention, says it was a Shameful one, speaks of the hostilities of Spaniards, say's it was a very good Time to make war with them3:445

Letter From (the same say) Junius Americanus to the People of England, on the Tri- al[ Trial]of Captain Preston, &[ and]the Sol- diers[ Soldiers] 3:467 see index

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Letter from John Wilkes to the Secretary of State, acquaints him that he has dicharged the Prin- ter[ Printer]take up by vertue[ virtue]of a Proc- lamation.[ Proclamation]&c.3:471 see index

  • Letter From the the same, to the Speaker of the House of Commons on the same. &c.3:472.
  • Letter To the King, a severe one on the Riot about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye[ the]Tower3:483. 3:Ibid.
  • Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500.
  • Wilkes John Esquire His Enlarge- ment[ Enlargement]celebrated by the Sons of Liberty.3:99
  • Wilkes John Esquire He is Freed from Prison.3:133.
  • Wilkes John Esquire His Address to the Freeholders of Middlesex, on his Enlargement, finds great fault with the Ministry &c.3:Ibid.

Wilkes John Esquire His Letter to the Secretary of State, In- forming[ Informing]him, that he discharged the Printer, & bound over. &c.3:471. see index

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  • Letter from John Wilkes to the Secretary of State, acquaints him that he has dicharged the Prin- ter[ Printer]take up by vertue[ virtue]of a Proc- lamation.[ Proclamation]&c.3:471

Letter From the the same, to the Speaker of the House of Commons on the same. &c.3:472. see index

  • Letter To the King, a severe one on the Riot about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye[ the]Tower3:483. 3:Ibid.
  • Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500.
  • Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504
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Wilkes John Esquire his Letter to the Speaker of the House of Commons, on his being ordered to attend. &c.3:472. see index

  • Wilkes John Esquire His Reply to the Address of the Grand Jury of Wales : draws a Shocking Cha- racter[ Character]of the prsent House of Commons.3:525.
  • Wilkes John Esquire Charg'd[ Charged]by Parson Horn, as a False Patriot & a very Bad Man.3:525
  • Wilkes John Esquire His vile Charac- ter.[ Character]public, & Private, as giving by Parson Horne, who says he was always an Enemy to the Americans, whom he always hated.3:547.
  • Letter from John Wilkes to the Secretary of State, acquaints him that he has dicharged the Prin- ter[ Printer]take up by vertue[ virtue]of a Proc- lamation.[ Proclamation]&c.3:471
  • Letter From the the same, to the Speaker of the House of Commons on the same. &c.3:472.

Letter To the King, a severe one on the Riot about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye[ the]Tower3:483. 3:Ibid. see index

  • Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500.
  • Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504
  • Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504
  • Letter from John Wilkes to the Secretary of State, acquaints him that he has dicharged the Prin- ter[ Printer]take up by vertue[ virtue]of a Proc- lamation.[ Proclamation]&c.3:471
  • Letter From the the same, to the Speaker of the House of Commons on the same. &c.3:472.
  • Letter To the King, a severe one on the Riot about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye[ the]Tower3:483. 3:Ibid.

Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500. see index

  • Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504
  • Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504
  • Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517
  • Letter From the the same, to the Speaker of the House of Commons on the same. &c.3:472.
  • Letter To the King, a severe one on the Riot about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye[ the]Tower3:483. 3:Ibid.
  • Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500.

Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504 see index

  • Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504
  • Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517
  • Letter Another from the same, to the same, on the same subject3:521.
  • Letter To the King, a severe one on the Riot about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye[ the]Tower3:483. 3:Ibid.
  • Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500.
  • Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504

Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504 see index

  • Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517
  • Letter Another from the same, to the same, on the same subject3:521.
  • Letter From John Horne, to John Wilkes : draws Wilke's Character &c.3:525.
  • North Carolina asso- ciate[ associates]against the Regulators an Account of their proceedings &c.3:495.

North Carolina Their Letter to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], desire to know the particulars of the Battle with the Regulators.3:504. see index

  • North Carolina They Burn the Effigies of the Printer of the Spy. &c: an account of their Transactions.3:556.
  • Narrative of the Horrible Massacre in Boston3:659.
  • Otis James junior Esquire commences an Action against John Robinson for an As- sault[ Assault] 3:11.
  • Otis James junior Esquire Thanks by the Town of Boston3:115.

Otis James junior Esquire A Letter to him on the Recovery of his health3:504. see index

  • Otis James junior Esquire He Obtains a Verdict against Jno. Robin- son.[ John Robinson] 3:523.
  • Opposition to the bad Designs of the Ministry made by the best &[ and]Richest Men in the Nation, or house of Commons.3:93.
  • Tryon William, Appointed Governor of New York. in Room of Lord Dunmore.3:385.
  • Tryon William, Heads an Army, & Marches against the Regulators.3:469. 3:474.
  • Tryon William, Defeats the Regulators, his Orders after the Battle. Etc.3:495.

Tryon William, His Letter; giving a particular account of the Defeat of the Regulators.3:504. see index

  • Tryon William, Marches into the Plantations of Regulators & destroys them; Returns home.3:514.
  • Tryon William, An Ironical Address to him, in Imitation of the Quakers Address to Governor Hutchinson.3:515.
  • Tryon William, His Answer to the Petition of the Regulators just before the Battle, requires them to deliver up the Out- laws[ Outlaws], and to lay down their Arms. Etc. said to have Fired on the Regula- tors[ Regulators]before the Time was ex- pired.[ expired]Etc.3:519.
  • Letter From James Hunter, one of the Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count[ account]of their oppressions &c.3:500.
  • Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504
  • Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504

Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517 see index

  • Letter Another from the same, to the same, on the same subject3:521.
  • Letter From John Horne, to John Wilkes : draws Wilke's Character &c.3:525.
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commends Andrew Oliver, and notifies his appointment to be Lieutenant Governor3:529
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Reply to the Governors Message on the above.3:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor, beg he would let the Court meet in October to settle the Valuation.3:509.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their, and the Councils Remonstrance to to Governor relative to his Re- fusing[ Refusing]the Grant's to the A- gents.[ Agents] 3:508.

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

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  • Letter From Governor Tryon[ William Tryon], giving a particular Ac- count[ Account]of the defeat of the Regulators3:504
  • Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504
  • Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517

Letter Another from the same, to the same, on the same subject3:521. see index

  • Letter From John Horne, to John Wilkes : draws Wilke's Character &c.3:525.
  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commends Andrew Oliver, and notifies his appointment to be Lieutenant Governor3:529
  • Harrison Mr. Collector, a great enemy of the Colonies, an Account of his Life3:223
  • Haverhill, Town of, In- struct[ Instruct]their Member, to vote to proceed to Business at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge] 3:259.
  • Hutchinson, Foster, made a Judge of the Superior Court3:427

Horne John Reverend his Letter to Mr Wilkes[ John Wilkes], gives him a bad Character3:525 see index

  • Horne John Reverend Another Letter of his to Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes], gives a his- tory[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights, and draws a Shocking Character of Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes] 3:547
  • Hottest Day for 22 Years past3:537
  • Husbands Herman, Captain a vid Regulators of North Carolina
  • Letter To James Otis, on the Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on him3:504
  • Letter From the House of Representatives to Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances3:517
  • Letter Another from the same, to the same, on the same subject3:521.

Letter From John Horne, to John Wilkes : draws Wilke's Character &c.3:525. see index

  • Letter From Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], commends Andrew Oliver, and notifies his appointment to be Lieutenant Governor3:529
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Ought to be Im- peached[ Impeached] 3:178
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of A Great Enemy to the liberties of America, deter- mines[ determines]to Fix the Parliaments Right of taxing America, vid his speech.3:222
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him Junius Americanus, he tells him, that the more he opp- resses[ oppresses]America, the better it will be for them3:241

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

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

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

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  • Falkland Islands Spa- niards[ Spaniards]take them, a discrip- tion[ description]of them.3:233 3:311
  • Falkland Islands The Rights of Great Britain to them3:445
  • Falkland Islands The King of Spain Agrees to give them up again to Great Britain3:438

Falkland Islands A particular ac- count[ account]of the Letters which passed between the Governor &[ and]Commander, and the Articles of Capitulation, when they were giving to Spain3:533 see index

  • Flucker Thomas, appointed Secretary of the Massachusetts Bay Bay.3:345
  • Flucker Thomas, His Commission ar- rives[ arrives] 3:418 3:460.
  • France, &[ and]Spain the Num- bers[ Numbers]of3:384
  • Haverhill, Town of, In- struct[ Instruct]their Member, to vote to proceed to Business at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge] 3:259.
  • Hutchinson, Foster, made a Judge of the Superior Court3:427
  • Horne John Reverend his Letter to Mr Wilkes[ John Wilkes], gives him a bad Character3:525

Horne John Reverend Another Letter of his to Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes], gives a his- tory[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights, and draws a Shocking Character of Mr. Wilkes[ John Wilkes] 3:547 see index

  • Hottest Day for 22 Years past3:537
  • Husbands Herman, Captain a vid Regulators of North Carolina
  • Hunter William, vid Regulators &c.
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Letter from John Horne, to John Wilkes : gives a histo ry[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights; draws a Shocking Character of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes]&c.3:547. see index

  • Letter From John Wilkes, to the Sons of Liberty in Bos- ton[ Boston], whereby he appears to be a true Friend to America, Notwithstanding the Charges of John Horne3:555
  • Letter From Junius, to the Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye[ the]Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.3:566.
  • Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575
  • Letter from John Horne, to John Wilkes : gives a histo ry[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights; draws a Shocking Character of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes]&c.3:547.

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

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

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

  • Wilkes John Esquire Chose Sheriff of the City of London, his ad- dress[ address]to them on the occasion.3:556.
  • Wilkes John Esquire His Will.3:561.
  • Watchman. a peice expo- sing[ exposing]the pernicious Principles of the Delany Family. &c. at New York.3:47. 3:67. 3:77. 3:113.
  • Junius Americanus, On the Kings Answer to the City Remon- strance[ Remonstrance]: gives a Character of the Ministry3:137
  • Junius Americanus, His Letter to Lord Mansfield : speaks of him as a very corrupt Judge3:373
  • Junius Americanus, On the hostilities of the Spaniards, and the shameful Convention with them, and shews that it was a very proper Time to make war with them &c.3:445

Junius Americanus, His Letter to the Duke of Grafton on his being again appointed to ye[ the]Ministry: he draws a Character of the present Ministry3:566 see index

  • Judges of the New Court of vice Admiralty in America their Characters &c3:55. 3:82(up)
  • Letter from John Horne, to John Wilkes : gives a histo ry[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights; draws a Shocking Character of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes]&c.3:547.
  • Letter From John Wilkes, to the Sons of Liberty in Bos- ton[ Boston], whereby he appears to be a true Friend to America, Notwithstanding the Charges of John Horne3:555

Letter From Junius, to the Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye[ the]Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.3:566. see index

  • Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575
  • Letter From the same to the same: gives Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]their Characters, say's Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a perjured Traytor[ Traitor]&c.3:588
  • Letter One, Giving an Account of some expressions used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c.3:598
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of A Great Enemy to the liberties of America, deter- mines[ determines]to Fix the Parliaments Right of taxing America, vid his speech.3:222
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him Junius Americanus, he tells him, that the more he opp- resses[ oppresses]America, the better it will be for them3:241
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Sends a Letter to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], he commends Mr. Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c.3:529

Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on the Independency of Governor Judges &c.3:575 see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from the same, on the Promotion of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver] 3:588
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to the People of England shewing[ showing]the similar grievances, between Great Britain, and the Colo.[ Colonies] 3:283
  • Junius Americanus Another to the Same, shewing[ showing]the bad Policy relative to America, and draws a Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c.3:288
  • Junius Americanus On a Riot at Boston relative to Jno. Mean[ Jonathan Mean] 3:293

Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the Indepen- dency[ Independency]of American Governors Judges, &c3:575 see index

  • Junius Americanus His letter to the same, draws Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Character, say's A. Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]is recorded in the Councils Book as a perjured symbol here =|| in a cross, points to last entry in column Traytor[ Traitor]&c3:588
  • Jackson William the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Town of Boston as an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25
  • Jackson William His House attem- pted[ attempted]to be Fired, suppos'd[ supposed]to be done by himself3:25
  • Letter from John Horne, to John Wilkes : gives a histo ry[ history]of the Society of the Bill of Rights; draws a Shocking Character of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes]&c.3:547.
  • Letter From John Wilkes, to the Sons of Liberty in Bos- ton[ Boston], whereby he appears to be a true Friend to America, Notwithstanding the Charges of John Horne3:555
  • Letter From Junius, to the Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye[ the]Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.3:566.

Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575 see index

  • Letter From the same to the same: gives Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]their Characters, say's Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a perjured Traytor[ Traitor]&c.3:588
  • Letter One, Giving an Account of some expressions used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c.3:598
  • Letter Another.3:639
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him Junius Americanus, he tells him, that the more he opp- resses[ oppresses]America, the better it will be for them3:241
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of Sends a Letter to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], he commends Mr. Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]&c.3:529
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Earl of a Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on the Independency of Governor Judges &c.3:575

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

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  • Junius Americanus Another to the Same, shewing[ showing]the bad Policy relative to America, and draws a Character of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]&c.3:288
  • Junius Americanus On a Riot at Boston relative to Jno. Mean[ Jonathan Mean] 3:293
  • Junius Americanus His Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the Indepen- dency[ Independency]of American Governors Judges, &c3:575

Junius Americanus His letter to the same, draws Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Character, say's A. Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]is recorded in the Councils Book as a perjured symbol here =|| in a cross, points to last entry in column Traytor[ Traitor]&c3:588 see index

  • Jackson William the Im- porter[ Importer], voted by the Town of Boston as an enemy to the Common Wealth[ Commonwealth] 3:25
  • Jackson William His House attem- pted[ attempted]to be Fired, suppos'd[ supposed]to be done by himself3:25
  • Justices of the County of Suffolk meet and give their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:Ibid
  • Letter From John Wilkes, to the Sons of Liberty in Bos- ton[ Boston], whereby he appears to be a true Friend to America, Notwithstanding the Charges of John Horne3:555
  • Letter From Junius, to the Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye[ the]Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.3:566.
  • Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575

Letter From the same to the same: gives Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]their Characters, say's Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a perjured Traytor[ Traitor]&c.3:588 see index

  • Letter One, Giving an Account of some expressions used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c.3:598
  • Letter Another.3:639
  • Lords, a List of Patriot Ones3:74.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:447
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Answer to the Governor Speech3:492
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings with regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s conduct about his deposition3:529

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

  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings some time ago, respecting the conduct of Secretary Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], they resolve that he has Injured the Board. &c.3:592
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605.
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Clergy high flying ones, a Let- ter[ Letter]concerning some expressions made use of by one at an ordination &c.3:598 see index

  • Clergy On the same3:639
  • Creed, a Political one- Shewing[ Showing]what is Rebellion, and what is not.3:599
  • Common Law defined3:964
  • Letter From Junius, to the Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye[ the]Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.3:566.
  • Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575
  • Letter From the same to the same: gives Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]their Characters, say's Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a perjured Traytor[ Traitor]&c.3:588

Letter One, Giving an Account of some expressions used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c.3:598 see index

  • Letter Another.3:639
  • Lords, a List of Patriot Ones3:74.
  • Livingstones Family at New York, patriots and always Friends to liberty3:77.
  • Letter From Junius Americanus, to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Independency of American Governors, Judges &c.3:575
  • Letter From the same to the same: gives Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]their Characters, say's Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a perjured Traytor[ Traitor]&c.3:588
  • Letter One, Giving an Account of some expressions used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c.3:598

Letter Another.3:639 see index

  • Lords, a List of Patriot Ones3:74.
  • Livingstones Family at New York, patriots and always Friends to liberty3:77.
  • London, City of, the Reception they met with, when they waited on the King with their petition. &c.3:109. 3:116.
  • Letter From New Ham- pshire[ Hampshire], giving an account of the situation of the peo- ple[ people], there Respecting Liberty &[ and]the connections of the Great Men &c.3:152
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the Boston Massacre3:161
  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of Philadelphia after they had broke the Agreement3:174.

Letter From the Merchants in Philadelphia, in answer to the above3:Ibid see index

  • Letter From the Mer- chants[ Merchants]of New York to the Merchants of New haven, when they first entered into the Non Importation Agreement3:187
  • Letter From the Merchants of New York to the Boston Comittee;[ Committee]Justify their breaking the agreement3:239
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to Lord Hillsbo- rough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his Treatment of the Americans, tells him the More he oppresses them, the Better it will be for them. &c.3:241.
  • Merchants, Attempt to break the Agreement: a Full Account of their proceedings3:170. 3:171.
  • Merchants, they Dissolve their Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement and vote to send orders from all Goods, except Tea, &[ and]other Goods liable to a duty.3:174.
  • Merchants, Their Letter to the Merchants if Phila delphia[ Philadelphia]acquainting them of the disolution of their agreemt. &[ and]of their sending their orders &c.3:174.

Merchants, Their Letter Burnt at ( New York say) New Jersey.3:Ibid. see index

  • Merchants, The disolution of theie agree- ment[ agreement], said to be done by Ministerial Influence.3:175.
  • Merchants, Their Letter sent to the Merchants of New- haven[ New Haven]: to Induce them to come into the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]Agreement.3:187.
  • Merchants, Protested against by Huntingdon. See the Protest
  • Town of Cambridge, meet, and vote to Strengthen the Non Importation Agreements.3:68.
  • Town of Watertown, meet, and vote the same.3:68.
  • Town of Groton, meet, and vote the same.3:Ibid.

Town of Waltham, meet, and vote the same. & send a Letter to the Merchants Etc.3:Ibid see index

  • Town of Dedham, meet, and vote the same.3:Ibid.
  • Town of Plymouth, meet, and vote the same.3:73.
  • Town of Pembrook, meet, & vote the same.3:73.
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Letter of Junius to the King 37 see index

  • Letter From Junius Ame- ricanus, to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 3:19
  • Letter To Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], on the new appoint- ment[ appointment]of Judges of the Court of vice admiralty, with their Character3:55 3:82
  • Letter From the Bos- ton[ Boston]Committee, giving an Account of the Massacre3:64
  • Lucas Charles, an eminent Irish Patriot, his Death, and Character.4:19,4:39.
  • Lucas Charles an Account of his Funeral.4:41.
  • Lucas Charles a pension to his Family.4:52.

Letter, concerning the behaviour[ behavior]of high flying Clergymen: and some of their expressions censured.4:23. see index

  • Letter of Junius Americanus, on Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s perjury. &c,4:55.
  • a very smart one to the King.4:139.
  • Long Island a discription of it,4:1013.
  • Long Island a discription of it,4:1013.
  • Levingston[ William Livingston]Governor his excel- lent[ excellent]Speech to the General Assembly of New Jersey : it being his first Speech.4:1028.

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

  • Lucas Charles an Account of his Funeral.4:41.
  • Lucas Charles a pension to his Family.4:52.
  • Letter, concerning the behaviour[ behavior]of high flying Clergymen: and some of their expressions censured.4:23.

Letter of Junius Americanus, on Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s perjury. &c,4:55. see index

  • a very smart one to the King.4:139.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, House of Representatives, resolve against him, respecting his Letters.4:309.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, Remonstrated against to the King, by the House of Representatives, praying him to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letter to the Secreta- ry[ Secretary], respecting his Letters being set by the Board.4:311.

Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, a Letter against him, by Junius Americanus, on his treachery. &c,4:55. see index

  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, resolves against him by the Council, respecting his Letters.4:313.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Death.4:459,4:462.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letters, writes very de- minutely degrading of the Councellors: & House of Representatives: proposes the of- ficers[ officers]be made independant.4:1160. &c.
  • Letter from General Lee[ Charles Lee], to Congress, given them an Account of the defeat of the enemy at South Carolina.4:Ibid.
  • Letter an intercepted traiterous one, to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon].4:1000.
  • Letter Given the reason why Boston was evacuated.4:1004.

Letter from General Washington[ George Washington]to Lord Howe[ William], on the exchange of Prisoners.4:Ib. see index

  • Letter from Lord Howe[ William], to General Washington[ George Washington], in answer to the above, &c4:Ib.
  • Letter an intercepted traiterous one, to Governor Tryon[ William Tryon].4:1000.
  • Letter Given the reason why Boston was evacuated.4:1004.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington]to Lord Howe[ William], on the exchange of Prisoners.4:Ib.

Letter from Lord Howe[ William], to General Washington[ George Washington], in answer to the above, &c4:Ib. see index

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  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor, in reply to him, tell him, that they ought in faithfulness to the People, pub- lish[ publish]his letters, &c; and that they are the only Judges of the Time they ought to sit, &c,4:312.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they pass a remonstrance, and petition the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: their names who voted, pro, &Con.4:317.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor beg he would lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, agree to the measures of the Representatives of Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c, to com- municate[ communicate]with their Sister Colonies, &c,4:298.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, vote, that Governor Hut- chinson[ Thoams Hutchinson]'s &c, Letters, tended to introduce an arbitrary power in the Province, &c,4:303.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech on his Letters, beg that he would lay before the House copies of his Letters.4:Ib. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.
  • Biles Mather, junior preaches a convention Sermon, which gives great offense: extract of a conference with his People, when he was about taking Orders, &c.4:155.
  • Bills of Mortality of the Town of Boston.4:211.
  • Baptism's, Number of, in the Town of Boston.4:Ib.

Britain Jonathan, the in- cendiary[ incendiary]executed his Letter, &c.4:129. see index

  • Brooklyn, See Town of.
  • British, the most important of their rights: what.4:1074.
  • British Constitution of which our's is a copy, a discription of.4:237,4:610,4:688,4:1074.
  • King George sometimes interposes in a cri- minal[ criminal]case, before sentence in passed.4:33.
  • King George his Speech to the Parlia- ment[ Parliament].4:52.
  • King George his Speech, when he pro- rogued[ prorogued]the Parliament.4:133.

King George a smart Letter to him.4:139. see index

  • King George his Speech to the Par- liament[ Parliament]; very insipid; chiefly on the affairs of the East india Company.4:238.
  • King George his Answer to the Remon- strance[ Remonstrance], &c, of the city of London, wherein he treats them in a very scurvy manner, and tells them, that they are not serious, &c.4:293.
  • King George a Shocking Character drawn of him.4:306,4:745,4:749,4:811,4:971.
  • Hottest Day for 23 years past.4:124.
  • Hurrycane[ Hurricane]great, at Saint Kitts4:160,4:164.
  • Hurrycane[ Hurricane]a violent one at Salisbury, &c,4:347,4:350.

Hawley Joseph, a Letter to him, on a report circulated respecting the Judges being paid by the Crown.4:163. see index

  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Lord, on his intended resignation: a miserable wretched Creature.4:164
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Lord, resigns his Secretary- ship[ Secretaryship]for America.4:Ibid.
  • Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]Lord, a smart address to him from Philadelphia, on the London Merchants addressing him: his character drawn, as an enemy to America.4:185.
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Letter to Joseph Hawley, on a re- port[ report]relative to him respecting the Judges.4:163. see index

  • Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on his intended resignation.4:164.
  • Letter from the Town of Plymouth, to the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, approving of their doings, &c,4:193.
  • Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206.
  • Letter to Joseph Hawley, on a re- port[ report]relative to him respecting the Judges.4:163.

Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on his intended resignation.4:164. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Plymouth, to the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, approving of their doings, &c,4:193.
  • Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206.
  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206. see index

  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.
  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.
  • Letter to Joseph Hawley, on a re- port[ report]relative to him respecting the Judges.4:163.
  • Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill], on his intended resignation.4:164.
  • Letter from the Town of Plymouth, to the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, approving of their doings, &c,4:193.

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

  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.
  • Dissenters in America, very candid no persecution there on account of religious Tenets: more liberal in their sentiments, and less disposed to persecute than the Church of England in great Britain.4:148.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord appointed Secretary of State for the Colonies.4:164.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord a Friend to America.4:191.

Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord his Letter to the Governor of Rhode Island, respecting the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209. see index

  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord a smart Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on american affairs.4:366.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord another to him, on the same.4:371.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord his circular letter to the American Governors, urging them to prevent a Continental Con- gress[ Congress], &c.4:700.
  • Letter from the Town of Plymouth, to the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, approving of their doings, &c,4:193.
  • Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206.
  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.

Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209. see index

  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.
  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.
  • Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217.
  • Letter from the Town of Marblehead, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, ap- prove of their doings, &c,4:206.
  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.

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

  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.
  • Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217.
  • Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218.
  • Town of Plymouth, their proceedings, relative to their grievances, &c, their votes, resolves, &c; send a Letter to the Boston Committee.4:193,4:201.
  • Town of Marblehead, their votes, &c, and proceedings relative to their grievances:- Judges independancy, &c.4:198,4:206.
  • Town of Cambridge, meet relative to the same.4:202,4:206.

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

  • Town of Dorchester, meet and come into Boston 's measure respecting Griev- ances Grievances, &c.4:217.
  • Town of Brooklyn, meet on the same, their proceedings, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Town of Cambridge, to the same, approve, &c.4:206.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.

Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217.
  • Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218.
  • Letter from the Town of Marlborough, to the same, approve, &c.4:222.
  • Letter from Lord Dartmouth to the Governor of Rhodeisland[ Rhode Island], on the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.
  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.

Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218.
  • Letter from the Town of Marlborough, to the same, approve, &c.4:222.
  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Tow of Charles- town[ Charlestown], to the Boston Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence]: they approve of their proceed- ings[ proceedings], &c,4:211.
  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.
  • Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217.

Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Marlborough, to the same, approve, &c.4:222.
  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228.
  • Letter from the Town of Pembrook, to the same, approve, &c,4:215.
  • Letter from the Town of Brooklyn, to the same, approve, &c.4:217.
  • Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218.

Letter from the Town of Marlborough, to the same, approve, &c.4:222. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228.
  • Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237.
  • Letter from the Town of Peter- sham[ Petersham], to the same, approve, &c,4:218.
  • Letter from the Town of Marlborough, to the same, approve, &c.4:222.
  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.

Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228. see index

  • Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237.
  • Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254
  • Letter from the Town of Marlborough, to the same, approve, &c.4:222.
  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228.

Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237. see index

  • Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254
  • Letter from Junius Americanus, on the independancy of the Judges, &c,4:267.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House: begs, that they would repair the Province House.4:246.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House, informs them, that he can't[ cannot]consent to the Grants made the Judges for the Year to come, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the House, refuses to lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Answer.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, on his tampering with Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church], endeavouring to dissuade him from delivering an oration.4:255.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the Answer of both Houses, insists that the Parliament is the supreme power.4:257.
  • Letter from the Town of Westford, to the same, approve, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Letter from the Town of Newton, to the same, approve, &c,4:228.
  • Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237.

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

  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254
  • Letter from Junius Americanus, on the independancy of the Judges, &c,4:267.
  • Letter from the Town of Pepperill, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, they approve of the measures, &c,4:275.
  • Junius Americanus, on Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s perjury, &c,4:55.

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

  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the Bishop of Saint Asaph, on the oppressions of Ameri- ca[ America], &c.4:335.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], charging him with inattention to America : on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c, advises him to resign: insinuates, that the Letter writers ought to have been put to in- stant[ instant]Death.4:366.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Suffolk wont find a Bill against the Paper signed Mucius Scaevola : and offer a paper to the Court relative to the murderer Ebenezer Richardson, &c, their names.4:33.
  • Letter from the Town of South- hadley[ South Hadley], to the same, approve, &c.4:237.
  • Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254

Letter from Junius Americanus, on the independancy of the Judges, &c,4:267. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Pepperill, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, they approve of the measures, &c,4:275.
  • Letter from Captain Fenton to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:254.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]in answer.4:Ib. 254
  • Letter from Junius Americanus, on the independancy of the Judges, &c,4:267.

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

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  • Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor, appointed to the board of Excise in Ireland.4:19.
  • Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor detested there.4:39.
  • Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor Called a mean Knave, &c.4:55.

Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]Governor a Smart Letter to him on his bad conduct.*4:289. see index

  • Boston, see Town of.
  • Braintree, see Town of.
  • Barry Colonel his spirited Speech in the House of Commons against the Ministry, &c. [diamond]4:56.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, on his tampering with Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church], endeavouring to dissuade him from delivering an oration.4:255.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the Answer of both Houses, insists that the Parliament is the supreme power.4:257.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Character drawn: his bad treatment of this Town of Boston : the beginning of his preferment was from that Town, &c.4:268.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, smartly dealt with, under the notion of a play called the defeat,4:294,4:327.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court on opening the Sessions.4:298.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.

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

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

  • Letter from John Wilkes (on his being summoned to attend his duty in Parliament, as Knight of the shire,) to the Speaker of the House.4:305.
  • Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309.
  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech, in answer to them; they deny the Supreme power of Parliament, and Justify the Boston Town Meetings, &c,4:250.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor beg he would lend the Province Arms, &c,4:252.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, agree to the measures of the Representatives of Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c, to com- municate[ communicate]with their Sister Colonies, &c,4:298.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, vote, that Governor Hut- chinson[ Thoams Hutchinson]'s &c, Letters, tended to introduce an arbitrary power in the Province, &c,4:303. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech on his Letters, beg that he would lay before the House copies of his Letters.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Votes, of the Town of Petersham, against Tories.4:648.
  • Votes, of the Town of Marblehead, to form a Militia, pay them, watch the Tories, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Votes of the same Town, against the addressors to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:681.

Votes of the Representatives of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c. Letters, say they were design'd[ designed]to subvert the Con- stitution[ Constitution], &c.4:303. see index

  • Votes of the Massachusetts bay Congress: approve of the behavi- our[ behavior]of several Towns, to the Troops sent by General Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the Town of Marsh field[ Marshfield].4:677.
  • Votes of the County of Fre- derick[ Frederick], on the Boston Port Bill, &c.4:527.
  • Votes of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], relating to the forming themselves into Regiments; & the Grievances of America, &c.4:587.
  • Letter's original ones, of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], Auchmuty[ Robert Auchmuty], Paxton[ Charles Paxton], &c, which are very inemical to the Pro- vince[ Province], &c, arrive,. &c.4:303.

Letter from John Wilkes (on his being summoned to attend his duty in Parliament, as Knight of the shire,) to the Speaker of the House.4:305. see index

  • Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309.
  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court on opening the Sessions.4:298.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.

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

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

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the Council, desiring to see a copy of his Letters, &c,4:311.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, gives great offence, in in- viting[ inviting]the Commissioners to dine with the Council, &c, on Election Day.4:299.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his original traiterous Let- ters[ Letters]arrives: his speech to the House respect- ing[ respecting]them.4:303.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his reply to the message of the House on his Letters, refuses to let them see his Copies, &c.4:306.

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

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

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

  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.
  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.
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Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, House of Representatives, resolve against him, respecting his Letters.4:309. see index

  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, Remonstrated against to the King, by the House of Representatives, praying him to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letter to the Secreta- ry[ Secretary], respecting his Letters being set by the Board.4:311.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, a Letter against him, by Junius Americanus, on his treachery. &c,4:55.
  • Pepperill, see Town of.
  • Preface, an excellent one to the pro- ceedings[ proceedings]fo the Town of Boston, reprint- ed[ reprinted]in England.4:284.
  • Plymouth, see Town of.

Paxton, Charles, the House of Representatives, resolves against him, respecting his Letters, &c,4:309. see index

  • Paxton Charles his Letter: says unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, they will rebel, &c.4:1178.
  • Paddock Major, his Son Drowned.4:320Verses on it.4:323.
  • Philadelphia city of, the in- habitants[ inhabitants]of meet, their transactions rela- tive[ relative]to the exportation of Tea, by the east Indian Company : the resolves, &c,4:388,4:391,4:430,4:434.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, vote, that Governor Hut- chinson[ Thoams Hutchinson]'s &c, Letters, tended to introduce an arbitrary power in the Province, &c,4:303.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governor Speech on his Letters, beg that he would lay before the House copies of his Letters.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.
  • Resolve's of the Representative of the Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hut- chinson[ Hutchinson]'s Independancy, resolve by his being independant, that he is not a Governor agreable[ agreeable]to the Charter, &c, &c.4:112.
  • Resolve's against the declaratory Act, and the Judges taking their pay from the King: say if they take it, they are ene- mies[ enemies]to their Country, &c, &c.4:251.
  • Resolve's respecting choosing Com- mittees[ Committees]of Correspondence, &c,4:298.

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

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

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

  • Rogers Nathaniel sollicits[ solicits]for the place of Secretary, and negotiates with Andrew Oliver therefor[ therefore].4:1181.
  • Rutland, See Town of.
  • Riot great at Marblehead : break upon Salem Goal[ Jail], and rescues Prisoners.4:462.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Resolve's against him by the Council, respecting his Letters,4:313.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: wont sign the Bills, because the year of the Kings Regin &c, is in English.4:321.

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.
  • Letter's original ones, of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], Auchmuty[ Robert Auchmuty], Paxton[ Charles Paxton], &c, which are very inemical to the Pro- vince[ Province], &c, arrive,. &c.4:303.
  • Letter from John Wilkes (on his being summoned to attend his duty in Parliament, as Knight of the shire,) to the Speaker of the House.4:305.
  • Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309.

Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311. see index

  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.
  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.
  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, House of Representatives, resolve against him, respecting his Letters.4:309.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, Remonstrated against to the King, by the House of Representatives, praying him to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.

Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letter to the Secreta- ry[ Secretary], respecting his Letters being set by the Board.4:311. see index

  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, a Letter against him, by Junius Americanus, on his treachery. &c,4:55.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, resolves against him by the Council, respecting his Letters.4:313.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Death.4:459,4:462.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech, on opening the Sessions.4:306.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolves against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s, &c respecting yt.[ that]Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.

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

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor, in reply to him, tell him, that they ought in faithfulness to the People, pub- lish[ publish]his letters, &c; and that they are the only Judges of the Time they ought to sit, &c,4:312.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they pass a remonstrance, and petition the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: their names who voted, pro, &Con.4:317.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]respecting his Letters.4:311.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolve respecting the Communicating Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters to him.4:Ibid.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, the message to the Governor, respect- ing[ respecting]his Letters.4:312. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governors message respecting his letters: say they are not guilty of unfairness, in their being restricted, relative to the witholding his Letters, &c.4:313.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • Letter from John Wilkes (on his being summoned to attend his duty in Parliament, as Knight of the shire,) to the Speaker of the House.4:305.
  • Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309.
  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.

Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312. see index

  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.
  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.
  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, choose a Committee to remonstrate against Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & O- liver[ Andrew Oliver].4:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, on the Letters of Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:311.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, send a Message to the Council, tell them, when the Governor &c, Letters are authenticated, that they will furnish the Board with the originals.4:Ib.

Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Message to the Governor, in reply to him, tell him, that they ought in faithfulness to the People, pub- lish[ publish]his letters, &c; and that they are the only Judges of the Time they ought to sit, &c,4:312. see index

  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, they pass a remonstrance, and petition the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: their names who voted, pro, &Con.4:317.
  • Roman Catholics, greatly encouraged by the Ministry, and allowed to sit in the Assembly of the Grenada Islands.4:9,4:21.

Rome George, a vile Letter of his; says the Colonies ought to lose their Char- ters[ Charters], &c.4:312. see index

  • Rome George examined by the Rhode Island Assembly, and committed to Good.4:392.
  • Richardson Ebenezer, the Murderer, an enquiry why he is not exe- cuted[ executed], &c.4:24.
  • Richardson Ebenezer, let out of Goal[ Jail]by the Kings pardone.4:45.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]respecting his Letters.4:311.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Resolve respecting the Communicating Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters to him.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, the message to the Governor, respect- ing[ respecting]his Letters.4:312.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governors message respecting his letters: say they are not guilty of unfairness, in their being restricted, relative to the witholding his Letters, &c.4:313. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings on the Tea Factors petition: and on the Destruction of the Tea.4:419,4:420.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House reminds them that they have sat near a month and done nothing, &c,4:312.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the House de- sires[ desires]to have attested copies of their resolves a- gainst[ against]him.4:Ib.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the Council: tax- es[ taxes]them with disrespect, because they would not leave his Letters with him.4:Ibid.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his message to the General Court: wont sign the Bills, because the year of the Kings Regin &c, is in English.4:321.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Comments on his Letters,4:310,4:323,4:328,4:331,4:335,4:338,4:346,4:348,4:366,4:371,4:425,4:428,4:432,4:440,4:444,4:494,4:688.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, an insiniation[ insinuation]that he, & Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], ought to have been immediately put to death, on the receipt of their Letters.4:366.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, Remonstrated against to the King, by the House of Representatives, praying him to remove him forever.4:309,4:317.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letter to the Secreta- ry[ Secretary], respecting his Letters being set by the Board.4:311.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, a Letter against him, by Junius Americanus, on his treachery. &c,4:55.

Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, resolves against him by the Council, respecting his Letters.4:313. see index

  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Death.4:459,4:462.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letters, writes very de- minutely degrading of the Councellors: & House of Representatives: proposes the of- ficers[ officers]be made independant.4:1160. &c.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, informs of the arrival of Troops.4:1168.
  • Resolves of the County of York, in congress, on the same.4:623.
  • Resolves of Virginia Representatives, on thier Grievances: choose a Committee of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence], &c.4:272,4:567,4:568.
  • Resolves that the (Colonies, say) Congress, declare independancy.4:958.

Resolves of the Council of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, respect- ing[ respecting]Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s Letters.4:313,4:314 see index

  • Resolves of Connecti cut[ Connecticut]Representatives, to adopt the Measures of Virginia Representatives for a Union, and choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:308.
  • Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519.
  • Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700.
  • Letter a smart one to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respecting his Letters, char- ging[ charging]him as the Author of all our Trou- bles[ Troubles], &c,4:309.
  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.

Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319. see index

  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.
  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.
  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.
  • Medfield, See Town of.
  • Montague, see Town of.
  • Middlesex in England, see Freehodlers, &c,

Moffat Thomas, his Letters.4:319. see index

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  • Committees name's chosen by the Town of Boston, to inforce the resolves, &c, of the Continental Congress, &c.4:629.
  • Committees their advertisement respecting Tea*4:697.
  • Canning Elizabeth, an Account of her Transportation, and Death, &c.4:323.

Connecticut Constitution, an excellent one, had Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], and the other Letter Writers, lived in that Colony, they would have been convicted of high Treason, &c.4:333. see index

  • * See page4:15th, column 2d, under Committees.
  • Junius Americanus, on Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s perjury, &c,4:55.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter, censuring Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c, respecting the independancy of the Judges &c.4:267.

Junius Americanus, his Letter to the Bishop of Saint Asaph, on the oppressions of Ameri- ca[ America], &c.4:335. see index

  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], charging him with inattention to America : on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c, advises him to resign: insinuates, that the Letter writers ought to have been put to in- stant[ instant]Death.4:366.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Suffolk wont find a Bill against the Paper signed Mucius Scaevola : and offer a paper to the Court relative to the murderer Ebenezer Richardson, &c, their names.4:33.
  • Jury Grand present a paper to the Court, respecting the treatment of Jury's in Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c; complain of the independancy of the Judges,4:356,4:360.
  • Letter from Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to the Secretary, respecting the boards sending the copies of his Letters, to him.4:311.
  • Letter a vile one from George Roome : traducing all the Colonies: says their Charters ought to be wiped away, &c,4:312.
  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.

Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335. see index

  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.
  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.
  • Letter giving a particular Account of the proceedings of the Peo- ple[ People]relative to the Tea shipped by the East India Company, and the destroying it, &c,4:415.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to the Bishop of Saint Asaph, on the oppressions of Ameri- ca[ America], &c.4:335.
  • Junius Americanus, his Letter to Lord Dart- mouth[ Dartmouth], charging him with inattention to America : on Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Letters, &c, advises him to resign: insinuates, that the Letter writers ought to have been put to in- stant[ instant]Death.4:366.
  • Jury Grand for the County of Suffolk wont find a Bill against the Paper signed Mucius Scaevola : and offer a paper to the Court relative to the murderer Ebenezer Richardson, &c, their names.4:33.

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

  • Jury Grand for the County of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex], protest, and resolve against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s sitting as a Judge.4:479.
  • Jury Grand of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], protest, and resolve on the same.4:492,4:494.
  • Jury Grand and petty, refuse to be sworn at the Superior Court: offer their reasons, &c,4:566.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord appointed Secretary of State for the Colonies.4:164.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord a Friend to America.4:191.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord his Letter to the Governor of Rhode Island, respecting the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.

Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord a smart Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on american affairs.4:366. see index

  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord another to him, on the same.4:371.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord his circular letter to the American Governors, urging them to prevent a Continental Con- gress[ Congress], &c.4:700.

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

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

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

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

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

  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.
  • Letter giving a particular Account of the proceedings of the Peo- ple[ People]relative to the Tea shipped by the East India Company, and the destroying it, &c,4:415.
  • Letter to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr. Molineaux.4:437.
  • Letter vile ones, from Thomas Moffat.4:319.
  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.
  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.

Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371. see index

  • Letter giving a particular Account of the proceedings of the Peo- ple[ People]relative to the Tea shipped by the East India Company, and the destroying it, &c,4:415.
  • Letter to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr. Molineaux.4:437.
  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.
  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.
  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.

Letter giving a particular Account of the proceedings of the Peo- ple[ People]relative to the Tea shipped by the East India Company, and the destroying it, &c,4:415. see index

  • Letter to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr. Molineaux.4:437.
  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.
  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.
  • Letter giving a particular Account of the proceedings of the Peo- ple[ People]relative to the Tea shipped by the East India Company, and the destroying it, &c,4:415.

Letter to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr. Molineaux.4:437. see index

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  • Hanged, a person in Germany was, for endeavoring to ruin his Country.4:317.
  • Holden, See Town of.
  • Hospital Inoculating at Mar- blehead[ Marblehead], burnt[ burned]by the inhabitants.4:441.

Harrison Joseph, Collector, a smart Letter to him respecting his absence from his post.4:454. see index

  • Hingham. See Town of.
  • Halifax in Nova scotia, dont[ do not]like to have Tea sent there: would exert them- selves[ themselves]in favour[ favor]of Liberty if they dont[ do not]could.4:551,4:570.
  • Hampshire County, meet by their Delegates on the Grievances of America, resolve, &c,4:590.
  • Letter

Letter to Collector Harrison, on his absence from his Post.4:454. see index

  • Letter from Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], to the House of Representatives, declaring that he will take his pay from the King, &c,4:458.
  • Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460.
  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.
  • Letter
  • Letter to Collector Harrison, on his absence from his Post.4:454.

Letter from Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], to the House of Representatives, declaring that he will take his pay from the King, &c,4:458. see index

  • Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460.
  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.
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Oliver Peter, Judge, his Letter to the House of Representatives, declares that he will take his pay from the King, as a Judge, &c.4:458. see index

  • Oliver Peter, Judge, not capable to be a Judge of the Court.4:Ibid.
  • Oliver Peter, Judge, Thomas, made Lieu- tenant[ Lieutenant]Governor4:546.
  • Oliver Peter, Judge, his state of the case, rela- tive[ relative]to his resignation as Councellor.4:543.
  • Dialogue, on the independancy of the Judges.4:358.
  • Dialogue, between Montgomery Ghost, and a Delegate, on the subject of Independ- ancy[ Independancy]of the Colonies.4:944.
  • Duel fought between a Captain of a Man of War, and a Lieutenant4:376.

Duel between John Temple, and Mr. Whately.4:459,4:460. See Mr. Temple s Letter.4:464. see index

  • Debt great, due from the Colonies to Great Britain.4:486.
  • Donations to the Town of Boston, see under Towns.
  • Delegates who attended the Continen- tal[ Continental]Congress, their names; and the Colonies where from.4:583.
  • Freeholders of Middlesex in England meet, and agree to endeavour to have short Parliaments &c,4:317.
  • Factors for Tea: see under Tea.
  • Fine, how much for a Juryman's refusing to serve, at the Superior Court.4:437.

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

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

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

  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.
  • Letter from England, extracts from, given a relation of the shocking condition England is in, and the mea- sures[ measures]pursued against America,4:500,4:552.
  • Letter to Collector Harrison, on his absence from his Post.4:454.
  • Letter from Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], to the House of Representatives, declaring that he will take his pay from the King, &c,4:458.
  • Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460.

Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464. see index

  • 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 Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], to the House of Representatives, declaring that he will take his pay from the King, &c,4:458.
  • Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460.
  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.

Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490. see index

  • Letter from England, extracts from, given a relation of the shocking condition England is in, and the mea- sures[ measures]pursued against America,4:500,4:552.
  • Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501.
  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter From Doctor Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, &c; and sent them to the General Court, because the tend- ency[ tendency]of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:460.
  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.

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. see index

  • Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501.
  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter From John Temple, given an account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately.4:464.
  • Letter From a Bostonian, to Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour[ behavior]before the council, respecting the petition for removing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c,4:490.
  • Letter from England, extracts from, given a relation of the shocking condition England is in, and the mea- sures[ measures]pursued against America,4:500,4:552.

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

  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562.
  • Franklin Agent, removed from his office as agent P.Master[ Postmaster]and greatly abused.4:487,4:488.

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

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

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

  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562.
  • Letter One dropt in the Camp, urging to take off sundry Patriots, &c,4:578.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Salem Merchants, &c,4:517.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, a Letter to him, setting forth what his behaviour[ behavior]ought to be, &c.4:525,4:542. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the add- ress[ address]of the Lawyer's & Justices of Bris- tol[ Bristol]County.4:523.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the ad- dress[ address]of the Judges, &c, of Plymouth County.4:535.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, an excellent address to him, shewing[ showing]what this Province merits: and the ill treatment she has received from Great Britain.4:548.
  • 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.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • Letter from the reverend Mr. Peters, to his Mother: reads in Provincial Congress.4:595,4:599.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the ad- dress[ address]of the Judges, &c, of Plymouth County.4:535.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, an excellent address to him, shewing[ showing]what this Province merits: and the ill treatment she has received from Great Britain.4:548.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, desires the Selectmen of Boston, to desist from calling a Town meeting's.4:549.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, smart Letters to him, urging him to stop his measures, lest he be- come[ become]infamous, &c,4:561,4:571,4:580. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation, forbidding the Town of Salem to meet.4:561.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the Select men[ Selectmen]of Boston 's address, respecting his For- tifying[ Fortifying]the Neck,4:571.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the address of the County of Suffolk on the same.4:577.
  • Letter from New York, from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the blocking up the Harbour[ Harbor], &c,4:501.
  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.

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

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

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

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

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

  • Brown, Councellor, his insolent Answer to the Essex Committee, wont[ will not]resign4:571
  • Brown Enoch, his narrative of the abuse he met with at Court Martial &c,4:586.
  • Bristol County, meet by their Delegates, on the Grievances of the Province, &c, Resolve, and Vote.4:584.
  • Wars and the part which the Province of Massachusetts Bay bore in them.4:557,4:558.
  • Wars when lawful, &c.4:673.
  • Worcester County, meet by their Committees of Corres- pondence[ Correspondence], resolve, &c.4:562,4:575,4:587.

Worcester County, march to Colonel Murray 's, to oblige him to resign: not finding him, leave a Letter for him.4:564. see index

  • Worcester County, visit Mr. Pain, oblige him to resign his councellorship.4:566.
  • Worcester County, Address Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his hostile preparations on the Neck, &c.4:595.
  • Letter from the Farmer, on the grievances of America, especially on the Boston Port Act.4:516,4:520,4:524,4:528.
  • Letter to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], setting forth what ought to be his behaviour[ behavior], &c,4:525,4:542,4:561,4:571,4:580.
  • Letter from the Town of Boston, to the other Towns in the Province, respect- ing[ respecting]their dies distressed condition.4:562.

Letter One dropt in the Camp, urging to take off sundry Patriots, &c,4:578. see index

  • Letter from the reverend Mr. Peters, to his Mother: reads in Provincial Congress.4:595,4:599.
  • Congress Continental members for, chosen by the Deputies of Virginia.4:560.
  • Congress Continental who are to meet at Phi- ladelphia[ Philadelphia], advice to them how to proceed.4:565.
  • Congress Continental they meet, choose a Chair man[ Chairman], &c.4:578

Congress Continental their Presidents Letter: and Resolves respecting the Massachusetts Province, &c.4:583. see index

  • Congress Continental the names of the members from where, &c: and the mode of voting. &c.4:583,4:746.
  • Congress Continental resolve, that merchants, and others, be desired for the present to counter- mand[ countermand]their Goods: and send for no more at present.4:588.
  • Congress Continental members for, chosen by the Province of North Carolina.4:589.
  • Military Force always dangerous to Liberty. England hath[ has]been enslaved by it.4:2.
  • Military Countryman's encomium on Boston Militia.4:367.
  • Military on reviews, they are not for parade, &c, but real service.4:394.

Military his Letter to the A- mericans[ Americans], desiring them to prepare, and learn the Art of War, &c,4:584,4:593. see index

  • Militia, the great importance of a well regulated one.4:15,4:151,4:1198.
  • Militia the parade they make, ridiculed ridiculed.4:31.
  • Militia of the Town of Boston, make a grand Appearance, &c.4:151,4:156,4:302,4:366.
  • 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.

Letter from the reverend Mr. Peters, to his Mother: reads in Provincial Congress.4:595,4:599. see index

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  • Congress Continental members for, chosen by the Province of North Carolina.4:589.
  • Congress Continental their resolves, respecting non importation: non exportation: non consumption, &c &c. &c.4:606.
  • Congress Continental they Break up.4:607.

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

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

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

  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for, of the Massachusetts Bay return home.4:611.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Colony of Connecticut.4:620.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by Massachusetts Bay.4:627.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], respecting the Fortifying Boston Neck.4:609.

Letter from Colonel Putnam, giving an Account of his proceedings on a false Alarm, &c,4:610. see index

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

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

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Letter in Answer to the President of the Continental Congress,4:630.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Marblehead Merchants ditto.4:506.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Magistrates of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]ditto.4:515.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Arrives in London.4:553.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letter respecting the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]. &c,4:616. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character by Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams].4:669,4:670,4:671.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters; wants the Town of Boston to be separated from the Country, &c, &c,4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764.
  • Letter from Colonel Putnam, giving an Account of his proceedings on a false Alarm, &c,4:610.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the inhabitants of Canada, pointing out their grievances, &c.4:Ibid. 610
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respect- ing[ respecting]the impeachment of the Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:616.

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

  • Letter to William Pepperil,4:623.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], respecting the Fortifying Boston Neck.4:609.
  • Letter from Colonel Putnam, giving an Account of his proceedings on a false Alarm, &c,4:610.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the inhabitants of Canada, pointing out their grievances, &c.4:Ibid. 610

Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respect- ing[ respecting]the impeachment of the Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:616. see index

  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], very false, and severe against Boston, &c,4:616.
  • Letter to William Pepperil,4:623.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the inhabitants of Canada, pointing out their grievances, &c.4:Ibid. 610
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respect- ing[ respecting]the impeachment of the Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:616.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], very false, and severe against Boston, &c,4:616.

Letter to William Pepperil,4:623. see index

  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Colony of Connecticut.4:620.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by Massachusetts Bay.4:627.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their proceedings relative to sending their Petition &c. to the King.4:624

Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their Letter to the Ame- rican[ American]Agents, and to those Colonies who did not send Members before.4:624. see index

  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Province of Pennsylvania.4:641.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Colony of Rhode Island.4:634.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, cho- sen[ chosen]by the Province of Maryland.4:646.
  • Letter from Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], respect- ing[ respecting]the impeachment of the Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], &c,4:616.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], very false, and severe against Boston, &c,4:616.
  • Letter to William Pepperil,4:623.

Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624. see index

  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.
  • Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Congress.4:598.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Proclamation against the proceedings of the Provincial Congress.4:614.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his false and Severe Let- ter[ Letter], respecting Boston, &c.4:616.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Letter in Answer to the President of the Continental Congress,4:630. see index

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  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], very false, and severe against Boston, &c,4:616.
  • Letter to William Pepperil,4:623.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.

Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630. see index

  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.
  • Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Peircy, respecting the contest between Great Britain and the Colonnnie Colonies.4:684.
  • Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.
  • Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616.

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

  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
  • Letter to William Pepperil,4:623.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.

Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644. see index

  • Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Peircy, respecting the contest between Great Britain and the Colonnnie Colonies.4:684.
  • Letter from the Agent's to the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Assembly, informs him, that the King has graciously received the petition of the Continental Congress.4:700.
  • Letter from the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the American Agents: and those Colonies that sent no Members to the last Congress.4:624.
  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.

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

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

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

  • Town of of Marshfield, meet, agreeable to the Act of Parliament, address Governor, and thank him, &c.4:689.
  • Town of Billerica, remonstrated to Governor concerning the man who the Troops tarred, &c.4:697.
  • Town of Charlestown Burnt[ Burned].4:754.
  • Barnstable County meet, wont[ will not]let the Court set; oblige the Court ie. the Judges to recant, &c. &c.4:603,4:619.
  • Blacksmiths in the County of Worcester meet: resolve not to work for the new Councellors, addressors, &c,4:619.

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his Character, the substance of his Letters concerning the taxation of the Colonies, &c.4:655 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]extracts from him in favor. America. *4:1217.
  • Billerica. See Town of.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]arrives in America.4:743.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General, an anecdote concerning him.4:622.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General arrives at Philadelphia.4:739.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General renounces his half pay.4:790.

Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to Lord Percy.4:684. see index

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  • Letter from Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the President of the Continental Congress, in reply to his.4:630.
  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.
  • Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654.

Letter from General Lee, to Lord Peircy, respecting the contest between Great Britain and the Colonnnie Colonies.4:684. see index

  • Letter from the Agent's to the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Assembly, informs him, that the King has graciously received the petition of the Continental Congress.4:700.
  • Letter circular one of Lord Dartmouth, to the Governors, to prevent a Continental Congress.4:700.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord his Letter to the Governor of Rhode Island, respecting the burning the Gaspee Schooner.4:209.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord a smart Letter to him from Junius Americanus, on american affairs.4:366.
  • Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord another to him, on the same.4:371.

Darmouth[ William Legge], Lord his circular letter to the American Governors, urging them to prevent a Continental Con- gress[ Congress], &c.4:700. see index

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  • Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Peircy, respecting the contest between Great Britain and the Colonnnie Colonies.4:684.
  • Letter from the Agent's to the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Assembly, informs him, that the King has graciously received the petition of the Continental Congress.4:700.

Letter circular one of Lord Dartmouth, to the Governors, to prevent a Continental Congress.4:700. see index

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  • Letter to Gen'ral[ General]Ruggles[ Timothy Ruggles], in reply to his Letter prefixed to his Association.4:644.
  • Letter from the Town of Chelsea to the Boston Committee of Correspondence4:654.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Peircy, respecting the contest between Great Britain and the Colonnnie Colonies.4:684.

Letter from the Agent's to the Speaker of the Pennsylvania House of Assembly, informs him, that the King has graciously received the petition of the Continental Congress.4:700. see index

  • Letter circular one of Lord Dartmouth, to the Governors, to prevent a Continental Congress.4:700.
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Letter from the committee of Cor- respondence[ Correspondence]of Philadelphia, to the New York Committee, on their publishing false intelligence, respecting the union of Philadelphia, &c.4:704. see index

  • Letter from Governor Trumbal[ John Trumball], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the commencement of hostilities.4:730.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage]in answer.4:Ib. 730
  • Letter of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his character drawn,4:630,4:671.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Town of Marshfield, thanking him for sending Troops, &c.4:689.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, guilty of Great perfidy to the People of Boston, in refusing to let them remove their effects.4:746.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to Governor Trumbal[ Jonathan Trumbull]s Letter.4:730. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation against Rebellion, &c.4:750.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Account of the Lexington Battle.4:792.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to General Washington[ George Washington], respecting the treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Letter from the committee of Cor- respondence[ Correspondence]of Philadelphia, to the New York Committee, on their publishing false intelligence, respecting the union of Philadelphia, &c.4:704.

Letter from Governor Trumbal[ John Trumball], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the commencement of hostilities.4:730. see index

  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage]in answer.4:Ib. 730
  • Letter of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Barrington, renouncing his half pay.4:760.
  • Highlanders, taken in Bos- ton[ Boston]Harbour[ Harbour], and brought in.4:957,4:971.
  • Hatts, the great hardship in restrain- ing[ restraining]the Colonies from transporting them,4:1112.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]Governor, his traiterous[ traitorous]Letters,4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832. See page4:25th. column ye[ the]2d, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]. see index

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  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Arrives in London.4:553.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letter respecting the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]. &c,4:616.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his character by Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams].4:669,4:670,4:671.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor pensioned.4:764.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor branded by the Continental Congress, as a notoriously infamous person.4:787.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor a great Villian.4:799.
  • Letter from the committee of Cor- respondence[ Correspondence]of Philadelphia, to the New York Committee, on their publishing false intelligence, respecting the union of Philadelphia, &c.4:704.
  • Letter from Governor Trumbal[ John Trumball], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the commencement of hostilities.4:730.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage]in answer.4:Ib. 730

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

  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Barrington, renouncing his half pay.4:760.
  • Letter a patriotic Letter from the Earl of Essingham, to Lord Barrington, resigns in the Army, &c,4:764.
  • Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • Letter from Governor Trumbal[ John Trumball], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the commencement of hostilities.4:730.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage]in answer.4:Ib. 730
  • Letter of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832.

Letter from General Lee, to Lord Barrington, renouncing his half pay.4:760. see index

  • Letter a patriotic Letter from the Earl of Essingham, to Lord Barrington, resigns in the Army, &c,4:764.
  • Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage]in answer.4:Ib. 730
  • Letter of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Barrington, renouncing his half pay.4:760.

Letter a patriotic Letter from the Earl of Essingham, to Lord Barrington, resigns in the Army, &c,4:764. see index

  • Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.
  • Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General, arrives at Cam- brige[ Cambridge].4:761.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his answer tot he ad- dress[ address]of the Massachusetts Congress.4:Ibid.

Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767. see index

  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General declines an interview with General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:773.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne], on the latters departure to England ; urging him to endeavour[ endeavor]to use his influ- ence[ influence], to settle the contest between Great Britain, and the Colonies.4:865.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to Congress, giving an Account of the enemies defeat at South Carolina.4:979.
  • Letter of Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson],4:748,4:752,4:753,4:758,4:762,4:832.
  • Letter from General Lee, to Lord Barrington, renouncing his half pay.4:760.
  • Letter a patriotic Letter from the Earl of Essingham, to Lord Barrington, resigns in the Army, &c,4:764.

Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767. see index

  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.
  • Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780
  • Billerica. See Town of.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]arrives in America.4:743.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]Departs for England.4:865.

Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]His Letter to General Lee[ Charles Lee ]desires an Interview &c4:776. see index

  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]His Letter to a Noble Lord.4:844.
  • British Army, See Army British.
  • Bull Alderman, his Spi- rited[ Spirited]Speech relative tot he hiring Foreign Troops, &c.4:960.
  • Letter a patriotic Letter from the Earl of Essingham, to Lord Barrington, resigns in the Army, &c,4:764.
  • Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.

Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776. see index

  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780
  • Letter from the Tories in Fal- mouth[ Falmouth], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his go- ing[ going]to England.4:788.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.
  • Letter from General Lee, to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.
  • Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776.

Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780 see index

  • Letter from the Tories in Fal- mouth[ Falmouth], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his go- ing[ going]to England.4:788.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817.
  • Washington George, his answer to the address of the Congress of New York, on his ap- pointment[ appointment].4:760.
  • Washington George,Arrives at Cambridge, and takes the command of the Army.4:761.
  • Washington George, his answer to the ad- dress[ address]of the Massachusetts Congress.4:Ib.

Washington George, his Letter to the Virgi- nian[ Virginian]independent Company's, on his ap- pointment[ appointment].4:780. see index

  • Washington George, his Address to the Canadians.4:807.
  • Washington George, his Letter's to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Washington George, his Speech to the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress on his appointment, relinquishes his pay, saving for his Ex- pences[ expenses].4:869.
  • Letter from ditto to ditto, declines an interview, &c.4:Ibid. 4:773.
  • Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780

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

  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817.
  • Letter from General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne]to a Noble Lord containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:844.
  • Letter from General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], to General Lee, desire an interview, &c.4:776.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780
  • Letter from the Tories in Fal- mouth[ Falmouth], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his go- ing[ going]to England.4:788.

Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816. see index

  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817.
  • Letter from General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne]to a Noble Lord containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:844.
  • Letter from General Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery], & Arnold[ Benedict Arnold], given an Account of the latters ex- pedition[ expedition]to Canada, published by order of the Continental Congress.4:861.
  • Washington George, his answer to the ad- dress[ address]of the Massachusetts Congress.4:Ib.
  • Washington George, his Letter to the Virgi- nian[ Virginian]independent Company's, on his ap- pointment[ appointment].4:780.
  • Washington George, his Address to the Canadians.4:807.

Washington George, his Letter's to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his treatment of Prisoners.4:816. see index

  • Washington George, his Speech to the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress on his appointment, relinquishes his pay, saving for his Ex- pences[ expenses].4:869.
  • Washington George, his Answer to the address of the Assembly of the Massachusetts Bay, on General Howe[ William Howe]s evacuating Boston.4:912.
  • Washington George, a great encomium on him, by the Assembly of Massachusetts Bay.4:Ib.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to the independent Company's of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], on his taking the Command of the Continental Army.4:780
  • Letter from the Tories in Fal- mouth[ Falmouth], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his go- ing[ going]to England.4:788.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.

Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817. see index

  • Letter from General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne]to a Noble Lord containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:844.
  • Letter from General Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery], & Arnold[ Benedict Arnold], given an Account of the latters ex- pedition[ expedition]to Canada, published by order of the Continental Congress.4:861.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]arrives in America.4:743.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]Departs for England.4:865.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]His Letter to General Lee[ Charles Lee ]desires an Interview &c4:776.

Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]His Letter to a Noble Lord.4:844. see index

  • British Army, See Army British.
  • Bull Alderman, his Spi- rited[ Spirited]Speech relative tot he hiring Foreign Troops, &c.4:960.
  • Letter from the Tories in Fal- mouth[ Falmouth], to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his go- ing[ going]to England.4:788.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817.

Letter from General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne]to a Noble Lord containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:844. see index

  • Letter from General Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery], & Arnold[ Benedict Arnold], given an Account of the latters ex- pedition[ expedition]to Canada, published by order of the Continental Congress.4:861.
  • Letter from General Washington[ George Washington], to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], and from Gage[ Thomas Gage]in reply, respecting the treatment of Pri- soners[ Prisoners].4:816.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:817.
  • Letter from General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne]to a Noble Lord containing an Account of Bunker Hill Fight.4:844.

Letter from General Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery], & Arnold[ Benedict Arnold], given an Account of the latters ex- pedition[ expedition]to Canada, published by order of the Continental Congress.4:861. see index

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  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to General Washington[ George Washington], respecting the treatment of Prisoners.4:816.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Account of Bunker hill Fight.4:817.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answers to the addresses of the Inhabitants of Boston : the Mandamus Councellors, and Refugee Tories on his leaving Boston.4:827,4:828.

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. see index

  • Gold, the great hardships England un- dergoes[ undergoes], by an Act passed to prevent its passing without it is weighed.4:369.
  • Goal at Salem broken open, and the Prisoners confined for burning the Hospital, discharged. [diamond]4:455.
  • Graves Admiral, arrives, and Supercedes Admiral Montague.4:526.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], to Lord Dartmouth, given him an account of General Washington[ George Washington]s Letter to him, respect- ing[ respecting]the treatment of Prisoners.4:863. see index

  • Letter from General Lee[ Charles Lee], to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], on the latters going to England.4:865.
  • Letter Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church]'s traiterous one.4:867.
  • Letter from General Mont- gomery[ Richard Montgomery], to Governor Carlton[ Guy Carleton], on the Regulars firing on the formers flag of Truce, &c,4:879.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his answer tot he ad- dress[ address]of the Massachusetts Congress.4:Ibid.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:767.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General declines an interview with General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne].4:773.

Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to General Bur- goyne[ John Burgoyne], on the latters departure to England ; urging him to endeavour[ endeavor]to use his influ- ence[ influence], to settle the contest between Great Britain, and the Colonies.4:865. see index

  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Letter to Congress, giving an Account of the enemies defeat at South Carolina.4:979.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General Arrives at head quarters.4:1029.
  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General taken Prisoner.4:1065.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], to Lord Dartmouth, given him an account of General Washington[ George Washington]s Letter to him, respect- ing[ respecting]the treatment of Prisoners.4:863.

Letter from General Lee[ Charles Lee], to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], on the latters going to England.4:865. see index

  • Letter Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church]'s traiterous one.4:867.
  • Letter from General Mont- gomery[ Richard Montgomery], to Governor Carlton[ Guy Carleton], on the Regulars firing on the formers flag of Truce, &c,4:879.
  • Letter from the President of the Continental Congress, to the Presi- dent[ President]of the Convention of New York, informing him of...the design'd[ designed]Attack of New York.4:0956.
  • Church Benjamin Dr. pronoun- ces[ pronounces]an Oration.
  • Church Benjamin Dr. An Abominable Traitor, conveyed into the Country.4:843.
  • Church Benjamin Dr. Sentenced to Norwich Goal.4:851.

Church Benjamin Dr. his Traiterous Letter.4:867. see index

  • Church Benjamin Dr. his Oration4:1127.
  • Correspondence Committee of, Appointed by the House of Representativ- es[ Representatives], N.B. their names.4:298. See Committee of Correspondence
  • Committee of Correspondence appointed by the Assembly of Virginia.4:272.
  • Letter from General Gage[ Thomas Gage], to Lord Dartmouth, given him an account of General Washington[ George Washington]s Letter to him, respect- ing[ respecting]the treatment of Prisoners.4:863.
  • Letter from General Lee[ Charles Lee], to General Burgoyne[ John Burgoyne], on the latters going to England.4:865.

Letter Doctor Church[ Benjamin Church]'s traiterous one.4:867. see index

  • Letter from General Mont- gomery[ Richard Montgomery], to Governor Carlton[ Guy Carleton], on the Regulars firing on the formers flag of Truce, &c,4:879.
  • Letter from the President of the Continental Congress, to the Presi- dent[ President]of the Convention of New York, informing him of...the design'd[ designed]Attack of New York.4:0956.
  • Letter from Colonel Campbell,