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Searching for the keyword "merchants" in all volumes:

  • Moulton Jeremiahs Death &c1:137
  • Marvel Andrews Address1:224
  • Marblehead Instruction remarks on1:252

Merchants Resolution not to Import Goods.1:265. 1:277. 1:283. 1:296.Commended1:287 see index

  • Merchants Committee of their Agreement about duties1:414
  • Merchants Committee of their Letters1:433 1:488
  • Merchants of Canada their Letters to the Committee of Merchants1:495
  • 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
  • Mineral Water at Jacksons Examined by Doctor Perkins[ William Lee Perkins]7121:711
  • More[ Sir Henry Moore]Governor his Speech to the Assembly of New York takes Notice of the Displeasure of the Parlament[ Parliament] 1:768
  • Matrimonial Happiness1:787

Merchants in North America would be Willing to pay 1 pound sterling per Gallon on Mollasses[ Molasses] 1:341 see index

  • Magna Charta vide page1:244Ditto page1:706
  • Manila Capitulation &c1:60
  • Molasses or Sugar Act, a Revenue Act1:784
  • Pym William his Letter about ye[ the]Power Parliament1:282
  • 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 see index

  • Petition of the Colonies rejected1:419
  • Paskalos[ Joseph Warren]Letter to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 1:424 1:431.(a)1:432. 1:529. 1:550
  • Protest of the Desenting against Real of Stamp Act[pg # gone]
  • 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*

Merchants Committee of their Agreement about duties1:414 see index

  • Merchants Committee of their Letters1:433 1:488
  • Merchants of Canada their Letters to the Committee of Merchants1:495
  • Merchants Address to the Marquesss[ Charles Watson-Wentworth]of Rockingham him on Repeal of the Stamp Act1:528
  • 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
  • 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
  • Merchants Committee of their Agreement about duties1:414
  • Merchants Committee of their Letters1:433 1:488
  • Merchants of Canada their Letters to the Committee of Merchants1:495

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

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  • Bishop One sent to Canada a Arrives1:467Wrong Step1:650
  • Bishop [down arrow] Upon some account useful1:Ibid
  • Boston Town of, Regulations about oeconomy[ economy]&c1:748

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

  • Boston Town of, Behaviour[ Behavior]highly approv'd[ approved] 1:770
  • Britain Great has Check enough on her Colonies1:763
  • Bowen Reverend Verses on him1:554
  • Farmer Town of Leabenon 's Letter of thanks to him2:86
  • Farmer Town of Norwhich[ Norwich]'s Letter of Thanks to him2:89
  • Farmer Address to him from the Society of Fort St. Davids2:116

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

  • Farmer Answer to the Town of Providence.2:202
  • Farmer Answered vide under Letters.
  • Freemason, John Row Elected Grand Master-an and Account, of the procession &c.2:309
  • 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
  • Boston Town of, Letter of thanks to the Farmer.2:55
  • Boston Vote to deny the use of the Hall to the Governor & Council, if the Commissioners dine there.2:100
  • Boston Their petition to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]after the riot.2:142

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

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

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

  • Merchants and Traders The proceedings in consequence of their non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement.2:479. 2:487. 2:498. 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.
  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.
  • 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.
  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.
  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.
  • Merchants and Traders Altered &c.2:755.

Merchants and Traders of Salem their Agreement not to Import Goods &c2:233. 2:573. see index

  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.
  • Merchants and Traders Altered &c.2:755.
  • Merchants and Traders of Salem their Agreement not to Import Goods &c2:233. 2:573.

Merchants and Traders of New York their Agreement and proceedings about non Importation.2:245. 2:478. 2:506. 2:571. 2:573. 2:594. 2:599. 2:600. 2:651. 2:690. 2:708. 2:761. see index

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

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

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

  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Boston Choose Representa- tives[ Representatives], their proceedings before and after the choice.2:494
  • Boston Vindicated.2:513
  • 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.

Merchants and Traders The proceedings in consequence of their non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement.2:479. 2:487. 2:498. 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642. see index

  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.
  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.
  • Merchants and Traders Altered &c.2:755.
  • Address of Sargeant Glyn's promis- ses[ promises]the County of Middlesex he will enquire into the Murders committed at his Election2:421. 2:428.
  • Address to Doctor Chauncy[ Charles Chauncey]by Reverend Samuel Seabury2:427.
  • Address of the Lords to the King on their Resolution to extend the Statute of Harry the 8th to America.2:472

Address From the Merchants and Traders of the City of London to the King.2:486 see index

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

Merchants and Traders of Maryland their proceedings with regard to Non Importation of Goods2:521. 2:714. see index

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Merchants and Traders of the Same their agreement, and proceedings with regard to non Importation of Goods.2:596. 2:625. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of Maryland their proceedings with regard to Non Importation of Goods2:521. 2:714.
  • Merchants and Traders of South Carolina, their agreement and proceedings about Non Importation of Goods.2:616. 2:625.

Merchants and Traders of New haven on the same.2:616. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of Providence their Agreement and proceeding about Non Importation.2:719. 2:729. 2:737.
  • Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734.
  • Merchants and Traders of Georgia about the same.2:Ibid.
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Merchants and Traders of South Carolina, their agreement and proceedings about Non Importation of Goods.2:616. 2:625. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of New haven on the same.2:616.
  • Merchants and Traders of Providence their Agreement and proceeding about Non Importation.2:719. 2:729. 2:737.
  • Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734.
  • Chronology of Arts and Sciences of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]
  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay.[ref. missing]
  • Charter of the Massachusetts Bay. Accounted Sacred buy Bishop Burnet2:280

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

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

Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697. see index

  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.
  • Merchants and Traders Altered &c.2:755.
  • Merchants and Traders of Salem their Agreement not to Import Goods &c2:233. 2:573.
  • Merchants and Traders of South Carolina, their agreement and proceedings about Non Importation of Goods.2:616. 2:625.
  • Merchants and Traders of New haven on the same.2:616.

Merchants and Traders of Providence their Agreement and proceeding about Non Importation.2:719. 2:729. 2:737. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734.
  • Merchants and Traders of Georgia about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Merchants and Traders of Marblehead their Agreement and pro- ceedings[ proceedings]about Non Impor- tations[ Importations]of Goods.2:737.
  • 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.

Merchants and Traders commended for their conduct.2:730. see index

  • Merchants and Traders Thanked by the House of Assembly of New Jersey.2:737.
  • Merchants and Traders of South Carolina, their agreement and proceedings about Non Importation of Goods.2:616. 2:625.
  • Merchants and Traders of New haven on the same.2:616.
  • Merchants and Traders of Providence their Agreement and proceeding about Non Importation.2:719. 2:729. 2:737.

Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of Georgia about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Merchants and Traders of Marblehead their Agreement and pro- ceedings[ proceedings]about Non Impor- tations[ Importations]of Goods.2:737.
  • Merchants and Traders of Middleton their proceedings on the same.2:750.
  • Merchants and Traders of Providence their Agreement and proceeding about Non Importation.2:719. 2:729. 2:737.
  • Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734.
  • Merchants and Traders of Georgia about the same.2:Ibid.

Merchants and Traders of Marblehead their Agreement and pro- ceedings[ proceedings]about Non Impor- tations[ Importations]of Goods.2:737. see index

  • 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.
  • Maccaulay Mrs her History of England highly commended.2:650. 2:721.
  • Moor, Sir Henry's Death and Character.2:677.
  • Merchants and Traders commended for their conduct.2:730.

Merchants and Traders Thanked by the House of Assembly of New Jersey.2:737. see index

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Merchants and Traders thanked by the House of Assembly of Connecticut for their Conduct.2:745. see index

  • Mein John, his bad behaviour[ behavior], Fires a Pistol &c.2:735.
  • Musgrave Doctor vide under Address.
  • Musgrave Doctor Answered by Delon.2:762.
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, agree not to Import Goods for a Limited Time.2:199.
  • Merchants and Traders The proceedings in consequence of their non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement.2:479. 2:487. 2:498. 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.

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

  • Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734.
  • Merchants and Traders of Georgia about the same.2:Ibid.
  • Merchants and Traders of Marblehead their Agreement and pro- ceedings[ proceedings]about Non Impor- tations[ Importations]of Goods.2:737.

Merchants and Traders of Middleton their proceedings on the same.2:750. see index

  • 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.
  • Merchants and Traders The proceedings in consequence of their non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement.2:479. 2:487. 2:498. 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Merchants and Traders Agree to send back Patrick Smith s Goods; and other proceedings.2:697.
  • Merchants and Traders Their new agreement not to Import Goods, unless all the revenue Acts are Repealed.2:749.

Merchants and Traders Altered &c.2:755. see index

  • Army standing when first Established in England2:35.
  • Arts very Crurios Curious One's2:458.
  • Admiralty Judges's Salarys[ Salaries]at present2:374.& Their For mer[ Former]Stipends2:431.

Agreement of the Merchants, about Non Importation, vid under Merchants American British Colonies always have been considered, in as, (and are) free Indep en dant[ Independent]States,2:950, 2:954. 2:957. 2:987. 2:976. 2:996. 2:991. 2:992. 2:993. see index

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  • Army standing when first Established in England2:35.
  • Arts very Crurios Curious One's2:458.
  • Admiralty Judges's Salarys[ Salaries]at present2:374.& Their For mer[ Former]Stipends2:431.

Agreement of the Merchants, about Non Importation, vid under Merchants American British Colonies always have been considered, in as, (and are) free Indep en dant[ Independent]States,2:950,2:954. 2:957. 2:987. 2:976. 2:996. 2:991. 2:992. 2:993. see index

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Resolves of the Ame- rican[ American]Merchants about Non Importation, vid Under Merchants Roads Distances[ref. missing] see index

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  • Merchants and Traders of New haven on the same.2:616.
  • Merchants and Traders of Providence their Agreement and proceeding about Non Importation.2:719. 2:729. 2:737.
  • Merchants and Traders of Newport their agreement and proceedings about the same.2:734.

Merchants and Traders of Georgia about the same.2:Ibid. see index

  • Merchants and Traders of Marblehead their Agreement and pro- ceedings[ proceedings]about Non Impor- tations[ Importations]of Goods.2:737.
  • 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.
  • Lawyers, For the Pri- soners[ Prisoners] 3:852. 3:919. 3:933.
  • Lovel, James[ James Lovell], his Oration to Com me morate[ Commemorate]the Boston Massacre. &c.3:1004
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Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting the Non Importantion agreement3:1. 3:51. 3:52. see index

  • 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.
  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Their proceedings, respecting Newport, &[ and]Georgia's violating the Agreement3:173(Over.)
  • Merchants. &c. of South Carolina, their Resolves &[ and]proceeding relative to New York breaking their agreement &c.3:261.

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

  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Freemasons, a beautiful ad- dressed[ addressed]to them at a Lodge in England3:8
  • Freemasons, True one must be a good Man, &[ and]a Christian3:Ibid

Fanueil Hall, how may per- sons[ persons]it was supposed to contain at a Meeting of the Merchants &c.3:23. 3:25 see index

  • Funeral of Young Snider, (Murdered by E. Richardson,) an Account of it3:53
  • Funeral of the 4 persons Murdered in the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre]with a particular account of it3:61
  • Funeral of Patrick Car Murdered at the Massacre.3:65
  • Merchants. &c. of South Carolina, their Resolves &[ and]proceeding relative to New York breaking their agreement &c.3:261.
  • Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2

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

  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • 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.
  • New York, Their behavi- our[ behavior]when they Attempted to break the Non Importation Agreement3:170. 3:171.
  • New York, Dissolve the the Agreement of non Impor- tation[ Importation], and send orders for all Goods, except Tea. &c.3:173.
  • New York, A List of their Names who were for it3:180.

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

  • Number of Militia Troops, raised in this Pro- vince[ Province]last War, with the Number which went to Louis- bourge[ Louisbourge], &[ and]Nova Scotia.3:78.
  • Numbers in America3:161. 3:704.
  • Numbers in America of Men, raised last War by this Province.3:249.
  • Mcdougal Captain Ordered to Pri- son[ Prison]for Contempt of the Assembly of the New York3:350
  • Mcdougal Captain His address to the City, &[ and]Colony of New York, containing the whole affair relative to his prosecution about the Libel3:359
  • Missionary, Roman Catholic one, appointed for Halifax.3:7.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]by the Town of Leices- ter[ Leicester] 3:30 see index

  • By Charles- town[ Charlestown] 3:39.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Roxbury.3:59.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Acton.3:Ibid.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Votes of the Town of Nor- which[ Norwich], to stengthen[ strengthen]the Mer- chants[ Merchants]Agreement, of non Im portation.[ reg="Importation"] 3:30. see index

  • Votes of the Town of Liecester, the same.3:Ibid.
  • Votes of the Town of Charlestown, the Same.3:39
  • Votes of the Town of Roxbury, the Same.3:59.
  • Lovel, James[ James Lovell], his Oration to Com me morate[ Commemorate]the Boston Massacre. &c.3:1004
  • 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 see index

  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Their Letter to the Merchants &[ and]of Philadelpha[ Philadelphia], urging them to abide by their agreement. &c.3:129.
  • Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Their proceedings, respecting Newport, &[ and]Georgia's violating the Agreement3:173(Over.)
  • Missionary, Roman Catholic one, appointed for Halifax.3:7.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]by the Town of Leices- ter[ Leicester] 3:30
  • By Charles- town[ Charlestown] 3:39.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Roxbury.3:59. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Acton.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Cambridge, &[ and]Waltham.3:68.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73.
  • By Charles- town[ Charlestown] 3:39.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Roxbury.3:59.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Acton.3:Ibid.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Cambridge, &[ and]Waltham.3:68. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Roxbury.3:59.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Acton.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Cambridge, &[ and]Waltham.3:68.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings on the same, which proves Ju- nius[ Junius]Americanus's assertion with Regard to Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]to be True.3:594
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their depositions, re- lative[ relative]to Governors Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s deposition3:605.
  • Council of ye[ the]Massachusetts Bay Their proceedings respecting a Peice[ Piece]signed Mucious Scaeoula3:611

Commons House of of Great Britain, their answer to the Kings Speech, about the Agreement of the American Merchants3:74 see index

  • Commons House of Speaker of Sir Flecher[ Fletcher]Norton chose. 83. 86.
  • Commons House of Their Resolves about Doctor Musgrave, and that the Establish ment of the Judges &[ and]Commissi- oners[ Commissioners]may be laid before them. &c.3:85
  • 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.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Acton.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Cambridge, &[ and]Waltham.3:68.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75 see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Cambridge, &[ and]Waltham.3:68.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81 see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Taunton.3:136.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Andover.3:144.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Votes, of the Town of Gloces- ter[ Gloucester], to strengthen the Merchants Agreement, of non Importation.3:92. see index

  • Votes, of the Town of Salisbury, the same.3:Ibid.
  • Votes, of the Town Haverhill, the same.3:94.
  • Votes, of the Town Marlborough, the Same.3:128.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Merchants. &c. of Ha- verhill[ Haverill], their proceedings re- lative[ relative]to the Non Importation Agreement3:94 see index

  • Merchants. &c. of Marblehead, their Transactions relative to the Non Importation Agreement.3:127.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Resolves against Rhode Island, for brea- king[ breaking]the Agreement3:145.
  • Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Taunton.3:136.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Andover.3:144.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Upton.3:156.
  • Merchants. &c. of South Carolina, their Resolves &[ and]proceeding relative to New York breaking their agreement &c.3:261.
  • Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2
  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25

Merchants Meet &c.3:94 see index

  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130
  • Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2
  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94

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

  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130
  • Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139
  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.

Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127. see index

  • Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130
  • Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139
  • Merchants Meet and resolve to break all Connection with Newhampshire[ New Hampshire] 3:153
  • Merchants. &c. of Ha- verhill[ Haverill], their proceedings re- lative[ relative]to the Non Importation Agreement3:94

Merchants. &c. of Marblehead, their Transactions relative to the Non Importation Agreement.3:127. see index

  • Merchants. &c. Their Resolves against Rhode Island, for brea- king[ breaking]the Agreement3:145.
  • Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130
  • Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138.
  • 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

  • [no following entries]
  • 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.)
  • Merchants. &c. of Ha- verhill[ Haverill], their proceedings re- lative[ relative]to the Non Importation Agreement3:94
  • Merchants. &c. of Marblehead, their Transactions relative to the Non Importation Agreement.3:127.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Resolves against Rhode Island, for brea- king[ breaking]the Agreement3:145.

Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130 see index

  • Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138.
  • Merchants. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209.
  • Merchants. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165.
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.

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

  • Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139
  • Merchants Meet and resolve to break all Connection with Newhampshire[ New Hampshire] 3:153
  • North Lord[ Frederick North]A Motion made at Westminister, to Impeach him3:353.
  • North Lord[ Frederick North]Wounded in a Riot3:472.
  • National Debt, how much.3:406.

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

  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]diamond symbol: points to marginal text vid under Agreement
  • diamond symbol See under Merchants
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A plausible peice[ piece]wrote from Philadel- phia[ Philadelphia]tending to break it: says it ought to be broke.3:217.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Taunton.3:136. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Andover.3:144.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Upton.3:156.
  • Merchants. &c. of Marblehead, their Transactions relative to the Non Importation Agreement.3:127.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Resolves against Rhode Island, for brea- king[ breaking]the Agreement3:145.
  • Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130

Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138. see index

  • Merchants. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209.
  • Merchants. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165.
  • New York People, The Efforts they made, in order to Intro- duce[ Introduce]the method of voting by Ballot3:17
  • New York People, They Resolve against the Soldiers, in attemp- ting[ attempting]the Cutting down of liberty pole3:30.
  • New York People, Very ignorant3:47. 3:77.

New York People, Meet without the Merchants, to Strengthen the Non Importation agreement, &[ and]Resolve against Newport for breaking it3:138.(up.) see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Merchants Their Meeting and transactions relative to Ves- sels[ Vessels]arriving from England with goods, after the partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods &c.3:105.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130

Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139 see index

  • Merchants Meet and resolve to break all Connection with Newhampshire[ New Hampshire] 3:153
  • New York, Lord Dun- more[ Dunmore]appointed Governor3:32
  • New York, Lord Dun- more[ Dunmore], arrives there as Governor3:295.

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

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

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

  • [no following entries]
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Taunton.3:136.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Andover.3:144. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Upton.3:156.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid.
  • Merchants. &c. of Hartford, their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York. &c.3:194. 3:201.
  • Merchants. &c. of Conne c ti- cut[ Connecticut]meet, and renew their Agree- ment[ Agreement], &[ and]vote against New York3:251. 3:270.

Merchants. &c. of Salem, their proceedings against Newport for violating the Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:145 see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Merchants. &c. of Ha- verhill[ Haverill], their proceedings re- lative[ relative]to the Non Importation Agreement3:94
  • Merchants. &c. of Marblehead, their Transactions relative to the Non Importation Agreement.3:127.

Merchants. &c. Their Resolves against Rhode Island, for brea- king[ breaking]the Agreement3:145. see index

  • Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130
  • Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138.
  • Merchants. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Merchants, and people of New York, attempt to break the Non Importation Agreement3:152 see index

  • 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, 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

Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], vote against Newport.3:153. see index

  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], abide by their Agreement3:307.
  • Merchants Reship Goods back to England3:121. 3:127.
  • Merchants Meet and vote anew to adhere to their Agreement, 'till[ until]the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no connection with Rhode Island3:130
  • Merchants Meet and vote not to receive Nat. Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes. &c, respecting Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]: vote not to comply with the request of the New York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c.3:139

Merchants Meet and resolve to break all Connection with Newhampshire[ New Hampshire] 3:153 see index

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  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A plausible peice[ piece]wrote from Philadel- phia[ Philadelphia]tending to break it: says it ought to be broke.3:217.
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A Nother[ Another]Jus- tifying[ Justifying]Yorkers Breaking it and Severely reflecting on Boston. &c.3:232
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]in a poor situation respecting Leavning, &[ and]Liberty: have no Charter3:152.

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

  • Northern Light, Ac- counted for.3:219.
  • North Carolina Assembly of, pass a Riot Act, in order to convict the Regulators3:474.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Taunton.3:136.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Andover.3:144.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Upton.3:156. see index

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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.
  • Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130
  • Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138.
  • Merchants. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209.

Merchants. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165. see index

  • Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid.
  • Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138.
  • Merchants. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209.
  • Merchants. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165.

Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165. see index

  • Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid.
  • Merchants. &c. of Hartford, their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York. &c.3:194. 3:201.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
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Merchants &c. of Vir- ginia[ Virginia], enter into an agree- ment[ agreement]&c.3:170. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.

Merchants, &c. of South Carolina, Their proceedings, respecting Newport, &[ and]Georgia's violating the Agreement3:173(Over.) see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Agreement of the Mer chants[ Merchants]for Non Importa tion[ Importation], first broke by the Merchants of New York.[pg # gone]
  • Agreement Said to be done by Ministerial Influence3:30
  • Agreement of the Merchants for Non Importation of Goods fro m Great Britain dissolved[pg # gone]

Agreement by Merchants of New York3:174 see index

  • by Philadelphia 26[pg # gone]
  • by Boston 2[pg # gone]
  • Agents x for the Colon that are chosen by the 3 Branches a danger Thing (up)[pg # gone]
  • 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 &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. see index

  • 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.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254.
  • 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, 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. see index

  • 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, 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.

Merchants, The disolution of theie agree- ment[ agreement], said to be done by Ministerial Influence.3:175. see index

  • 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 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. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209.
  • Merchants. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165.

Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187. see index

  • Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid.
  • Merchants. &c. of Hartford, their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York. &c.3:194. 3:201.
  • Merchants. &c. of Conne c ti- cut[ Connecticut]meet, and renew their Agree- ment[ Agreement], &[ and]vote against New York3:251. 3:270.
  • 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
  • Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid.

Merchants. &c. of Hartford, their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York. &c.3:194. 3:201. see index

  • Merchants. &c. of Conne c ti- cut[ Connecticut]meet, and renew their Agree- ment[ Agreement], &[ and]vote against New York3:251. 3:270.
  • Merchants. &c. of Salem, their proceedings against Newport for violating the Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:145
  • 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. see index

  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, their reply to the Letter of the New York Merchants, acquai n ting[ acquanting]them of the disolution. &c.3:174.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a Letter from New York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement, they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their proceedings. &c.3:158.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet, their procee- dings[ proceedings]respecting the defection of New York, the New York Letter to peices[ pieces], and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c.3:184

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

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

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

  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242
  • Merchants of Boston Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at the bottom of this column3:276
  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Resolves against Rhode Island, for brea- king[ breaking]the Agreement3:145.
  • Merchants. &c. Merchants, &c. of Newport, violate their Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:130
  • Merchants. &c. Renew it a- gain[ again] 3:138.

Merchants. &c. Their proceedings relative to the Non Importation Agremeent. &c.3:209. see index

  • Merchants. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187.
  • Prophecy Concerning the &c.3:130.
  • Protest of the House of Representations of the Massachusetts Bay, against holding the Court to Cambridge.3:134.
  • Protest from the same, against the things Instructions and against holding the Court at Cambridge3:499.

Protest of Suffolk County in New York, against, against the Merchants of New York breaking their Agreement.3:222. see index

  • Protest One by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of New York, against the Same.3:225.
  • Protest of the Lords, a- gainst[ against]addressing the King on the Convention with Spain.3:449.
  • Philadelphia Tradesman &c, resolve to Support the Non Importation Agreement, and have no commerce with New York.3:136.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, their reply to the Letter of the New York Merchants, acquai n ting[ acquanting]them of the disolution. &c.3:174.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Merchants of Boston Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at the bottom of this column3:276
  • Mcdougal Captain address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New York, voted a libel3:2.
  • Mcdougal Captain His Address to the Betrayed Inhabitants of New York3:10.
  • Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187.
  • Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid.
  • Merchants. &c. of Hartford, their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York. &c.3:194. 3:201.

Merchants. &c. of Conne c ti- cut[ Connecticut]meet, and renew their Agree- ment[ Agreement], &[ and]vote against New York3:251. 3:270. see index

  • Merchants. &c. of Salem, their proceedings against Newport for violating the Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:145
  • 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.

Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, Endeavor to break the Non Importation Agreement: An Account of their proceedings. &c.3:254. see index

  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234.
  • Merchants of Boston, They separate from the Body of the Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants], meet by themselves, and dissolve the Non Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement3:276.
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Philadelphia Merchants and Inhabitants attempt to Break the Non Importation Agreement: an account of their Transactions. &c3:254. see index

  • Philadelphia Merchants Dissolve their Non Importation Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Philadelphia Merchants Inhabitants meet on account of the dissoluti- on[ dissolution]of the Agreement, &[ dissolution]pass Several Resolves.3:280.
  • Proclamation in Fa- vor[ Favor]of Barnes the Importer3:158.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234.
  • Merchants of Boston, They separate from the Body of the Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants], meet by themselves, and dissolve the Non Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement3:276.
  • Merchants of Boston, They deliver up the Goods belonging to the Importers which were Stored.3:285.
  • Philadelphia Merchants and Inhabitants attempt to Break the Non Importation Agreement: an account of their Transactions. &c3:254.

Philadelphia Merchants Dissolve their Non Importation Agreement.3:255. 3:263. see index

  • Philadelphia Merchants Inhabitants meet on account of the dissoluti- on[ dissolution]of the Agreement, &[ dissolution]pass Several Resolves.3:280.
  • Proclamation in Fa- vor[ Favor]of Barnes the Importer3:158.
  • Proclamation Against those who broke Mr. Huttons Win- dows[ Windows.] 3:153.
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Merchants. &c. of South Carolina, their Resolves &[ and]proceeding relative to New York breaking their agreement &c.3:261. see index

  • Merchants of Boston their proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreement3:2
  • Merchants, and In- habitants[ Inhabitants]of Boston, concer- ned[ concerned]in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand Meeting, &[ and]proceedings rela- tive[ relative]to ye[ the]Strengthening the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the Inhabitants met with the Merchants.3:23. 3:25
  • Merchants Meet &c.3:94

Juries, Grand of Phi- ladelphia[ Philadelphia], their Resolves on the Merchants of that city's brea- king[ breaking]the Non Importation a- greement[ agreement]&c3:271 see index

  • Jackson, Agent, a Friend to the despotic Ministry3:280
  • Inhabitants Number of, vid under Numbers
  • Independency of Ameri- can[ American]Governors First began at New York3:385
  • Resolves Moved for, in ye[ the]House of Commons, by Mr Bourke to be past relative to America3:184.
  • Resolves of the Phila- delphia[ Philadelphia]Tradesmen &c, to abide by the Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]&c: and against Newport3:136.
  • Resolves of the same, Against New York for Breaking the Agreement3:183.

Resolves of Philadelphia Grand jury Men, on their Mer- chants.[ Merchants]&c, dissolving the Non Importation Agreement &c.3:271. see index

  • Resolves of Philadelphia, on the same3:280.
  • Resolves of the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of City of New York, against Newport, &[ and]resolve to abide by the non Importation Agreement.3:138.
  • Resolves Moved for, by the Duke of Richmond to be passed in the House of Lords, relative to America. &c.3:177.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem, &c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the Union &c.3:195.
  • Merchants of Boston Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at Salem3:201.
  • Merchants of Boston Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours[ Neighbors]in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen[ Strenghtened]the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together3:242

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

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

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

  • Merchants of Boston, They deliver up the Goods belonging to the Importers which were Stored.3:285.
  • Monies great, granted by New York Assembly for the Troops3:45.
  • Murder of Young Sni- der[ Snider], committed by Ebenezer Richarson3:50. 3:53.
  • Philadelphia Merchants and Inhabitants attempt to Break the Non Importation Agreement: an account of their Transactions. &c3:254.
  • Philadelphia Merchants Dissolve their Non Importation Agreement.3:255. 3:263.

Philadelphia Merchants Inhabitants meet on account of the dissoluti- on[ dissolution]of the Agreement, &[ dissolution]pass Several Resolves.3:280. see index

  • Proclamation in Fa- vor[ Favor]of Barnes the Importer3:158.
  • Proclamation Against those who broke Mr. Huttons Win- dows[ Windows.] 3:153.
  • Proclamation Against the Authors of a Paper, Posted up against the Judges of the Superior Court.3:374.
  • Merchants &c. of Philadelphia, They meet, and dissolve their Non Impor- tation[ Important]Agreement.3:255. 3:263.
  • Merchants of Boston, Attempt to separate from the Body, to that end put out an advertisement.3:234.
  • Merchants of Boston, They separate from the Body of the Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants], meet by themselves, and dissolve the Non Importa- tion[ Importation]Agreement3:276.

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

  • Monies great, granted by New York Assembly for the Troops3:45.
  • Murder of Young Sni- der[ Snider], committed by Ebenezer Richarson3:50. 3:53.
  • Murder Committed by a Man of Wars Man.3:193
  • 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
  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], vote against Newport.3:153.

Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], abide by their Agreement3:307. see index

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  • Commons House of Debates in about In- formations[ Informations]by the Attorney General &c.3:395-3:402.
  • Commons House of Debates in, about en- quiring[ enquiring]into the Conduct of Lord Mansfield &[ and]Baron Smyth3:396
  • Commons House of about the violated rights of the Middlesex Electors3:398

about American Mer- chants[ Merchants]breaking their agreement, &c. and about ye[ the]Taxation of America3:415. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • him to resign rather than put in exectution[ execution], the unjust mea- sures[ measures]of the Ministry. &c.3:544
  • Address of the Lord Mayor &c of the city of London, to the King, on the Birth of a Prince3:548

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

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

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

  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, Superseded by Admi- ral[ Admiral]Montague[ John Montagu] 3:541
  • Gambier[ James Gambier]Commodore, Sails for Halifax3:554
  • Georgia Commons House of, their Resolves about Getting Mr Whitfields Body to bury it &c.3:328
  • Duel Fought at South Carolina, &[ and]the Proclaima- tion[ Proclamation]Issued in consequence3:560
  • Duel Trial on it3:619
  • Drowned Persons Re- cover'd[ Recovered] 3:638

Dublin Merchants, Resolve to Thank the Lord Mayor &[ and]Alderman of London, for standing up for the Liberty of the Press, in the Cause of the Printers &c.3:641 see index

  • Duelling, defined3:969
  • Address of the House of Lords in answer to the Kings Speech3:369
  • Address of the House of Commons on the same3:Ibid
  • Address of the Episcopal Clergy of Boston, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his being advanced to the Government3:426

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

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

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

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Superior Courts address.3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Justices of the Inferior Court, &[ and]Sessions of the County of Middlesex3:426
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay, His Answer to the Address of the Baptist Minsters, of Boston (up)3:426
  • 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. &c. of Connecticut, Resolve against Newport, with an account of their proceedingss to Strenghten the Non Impor- tation[ Importation]agreement. &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. Vote to break all Connections with New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], till[ until], &c.3:165.
  • Merchants. &c. of Newhaven[ New Haven], their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York3:187.

Merchants. &c. Their Agreement3:Ibid. see index

  • Merchants. &c. of Hartford, their proceedings relative to the Defection of New York. &c.3:194. 3:201.
  • Merchants. &c. of Conne c ti- cut[ Connecticut]meet, and renew their Agree- ment[ Agreement], &[ and]vote against New York3:251. 3:270.
  • Merchants. &c. of Salem, their proceedings against Newport for violating the Agree- ment[ Agreement] 3:145
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]by the Town of Leices- ter[ Leicester] 3:30
  • By Charles- town[ Charlestown] 3:39.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Roxbury.3:59.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Acton.3:Ibid. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Cambridge, &[ and]Waltham.3:68.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Pembroke.3:73.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Abington.3:75
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Ipswich.3:81
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Brookfield.3:82.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Milton.3:84.

Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Malden.3:Ibid. see index

  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Salisbury.3:92.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Haverhill.3:94.
  • Merchants, &c. who signed and Supported the Non Im- portation[ Importation]Agreement. Than- ked[ Thanked]By Taunton.3:136.
  • 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.
  • Agreement of the Bo Ladies not to drink unless ye[ the]Tea Act. &c3:35,3:41 [pg # gone]
  • Agreement of the Mer chants[ Merchants]for Non Importa tion[ Importation], first broke by the Merchants of New York.[pg # gone]
  • Agreement Said to be done by Ministerial Influence3:30

Agreement of the Merchants for Non Importation of Goods fro m Great Britain dissolved[pg # gone] see index

  • Agreement by Merchants of New York3:174
  • by Philadelphia 26[pg # gone]
  • by Boston 2[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Governor Hutch inson[ Thomas Hutchinson]by the Clergy, a Verse on[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Great America, commented on Assembly of New Y ork Duration of[pg # gone]
  • Agreement of the Bo Ladies not to drink unless ye[ the]Tea Act. &c3:35,3:41 [pg # gone]

Agreement of the Mer chants[ Merchants]for Non Importa tion[ Importation], first broke by the Merchants of New York.[pg # gone] see index

  • Agreement Said to be done by Ministerial Influence3:30
  • Agreement of the Merchants for Non Importation of Goods fro m Great Britain dissolved[pg # gone]
  • Agreement by Merchants of New York3:174
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Boston inhabitants of any way connected with Trade, join the Merchants in support of their non Importation agreement vid. under Merchants. see index

  • Boston vide Town of.
  • Ballot votes by, the most free way of voting, tried to be Introduced in New York Gov- erment[ Government] 3:17
  • Barnard. Sir Francis Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his character
  • National Debt, how much.3:406.
  • Newport Merchants. &c. of Boston, vote to have no Intercourse with them.3:130.
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]diamond symbol: points to marginal text vid under Agreement

diamond symbol See under Merchants see index

  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A plausible peice[ piece]wrote from Philadel- phia[ Philadelphia]tending to break it: says it ought to be broke.3:217.
  • Non Importation Agree- ment.[ Agreement]A Nother[ Another]Jus- tifying[ Justifying]Yorkers Breaking it and Severely reflecting on Boston. &c.3:232
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]in a poor situation respecting Leavning, &[ and]Liberty: have no Charter3:152.
  • 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, Protested against by Huntingdon. See the Protest see index

  • 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
  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], vote against Newport.3:153.
  • 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

Merchants, Protested against by the Inhabitants of New York vid. Protest see index

  • Merchants, Their Letter to the Boston committee, Justify their disolving the Agreement.3:239
  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], vote against Newport.3:153.
  • Merchants, &c. of Mary land[ Maryland], abide by their Agreement3:307.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre, Etc; when an Oration was pronounced on the occasion. Etc. afterwards the Town enter'd entered into Measures to provide an Orator for the Next Year, And Annually for ever; to keep up the Rememb- rance[ Remembrance]of the Massacre. Etc. Etc.3:442.
  • Town of Boston, Exculpa- ted[ Exculpated]from having any share in ye[ the]disturbance previous to the Massacre.3:859. 3:988.
  • Town of Boston, Their Inha- bitants[ Inhabitants]Massacred, and the vigorous efforts made by them, to rid the Town of the Troops. Etc.3:60. 3:61.

Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc. see index

  • Troops, made to evacuate the Town of Boston, by the Spirited Conduct of the In- habitants.[ Inhabitants] 3:61. 3:64.
  • Troops, King may Sta- tion[ Station]them where he pleases.3:974.
  • Troops, Liberty al- ways[ always]in danger from them.3:1011.
  • Soldiers Their Feelings. Etc. when they may Fire on Persons. Etc.3:854. 3:855.See Also under Troops.
  • Snider. Young, Murdered by Ebenezer Richardson, the First Victim to American Oppression.3:50.
  • Snider. Young, An Account of his Funeral.3:53. 3:56.

South Carolina Merchants, vid under Merchants. see index

  • South Carolina Repre- sentatives[ Representatives]of, vid under Representatives of the Pro- vince[ Province]of South Carolina.
  • Slaves, they who make them, enter into a State of War with them.3:625.
  • Slaves, Their Petition [diamond]3:640.3:541.
  • Votes, of the Town Rey, on the same.3:185.
  • Votes, of the Town Charlestown, the against Selling Tea.3:71
  • Votes, of the Town Salem, respec- ting[ respecting]violation of the Agreement.3:266.

Virginia Merchants, and Inhabitants. vid under Merchant. see index

  • Verses. &c. on Mr. Whitfields[ George Whitfield]Death, vid under Whitfield[ George Whitfield]
  • Verdict on Prestons Tryal.[ Trial] 3:298.
  • Verdict against Ebenezer Richardson.3:95.
  • Hawley Joseph, a Letter to him, on a report circulated respecting the Judges being paid by the Crown.4:163.
  • 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. see index

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  • Oration of Mr. Hancock[ John Hancock]'s.4:1188.
  • Oration of Doctor Warren[ Joseph Warren]'s.4:1236.
  • Oration on those, who fell at Lexington.4:814.

Oaths, the great iniquity of Mer- chants[ Merchants]& of[ Captain]of Vessels in the Mol- lases[ Molasses]Trade, taking false ones.4:197. see index

  • Oath's the nature of them: defended.4:202,4:221.
  • Old Men on Account of their Deaths. 103, 205,4:207,4:235,4:562,
  • Oppression, [diamond] persecution, civil or religious, none in Province of the Massachusetts Bay.4:221.
  • Monk Christopher, wounded in the massacre, a collection made for him in that anniverary meeting.4:460.

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

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

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

  • Resolves of Annapolis ; Queens Count- y[ County], in Maryland, on the same.4:513.
  • Resolves of the City, and County of Philadelphia, on the same.4:527.
  • Monk Christopher, wounded in the massacre, a collection made for him in that anniverary meeting.4:460.
  • Merchants of Newbury, their resolve relative to Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:498.

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

  • Merchants of London, enemies to the Colonies, wont[ will not]petition Lord North in favour of them.4:530.
  • Merchant and Manufacturers in England, make a great stir in favor of America.4:696.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province of, an Account of their merits from Great Britain, and services from their first begin- ing[ beginning]to 1764, stated by the General Court.4:557.
  • Protest of Plymouth, against the proceedings of that Town.4:421.
  • Protest on the Plymouth one.4:429.
  • Protest of Marshfield in- habitants[ inhabitants].4:454.

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

  • Protest against the Boston Committee of Correspondence, &c,4:523.
  • Protest of the Lords, against the Massachusetts Riot Act: and the Act altering the Constitution of the Province.4:529.
  • Protest of the same, against the Act, for the more impartial administration of Justice in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:552.
  • Address of Lord Mayor Bull[ Frederick Bull], to the Livery of London, requesting their votes for a seat in the House of Commons.4:451.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, &c, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his going to England.4:511.
  • Address From the Lawyers to the same, on his departure, &c.4:511.

Address From the Merchants, &c of Marblehead, to the same, on the same.4:506. see index

  • Address From the Magistrates of the Coun- ty[ County]of Middlesex to the same, on the same.4:515.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the Boston port bill.4:515.
  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]; which gives of- fence[ offense].4:516.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Sails for London.4:508.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his answer to the Boston Merchants address.4:511.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Lawyers ditto.4:Ibid.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Magistrates of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]ditto.4:515.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor Arrives in London.4:553.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letter respecting the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]. &c,4:616.
  • Address to Britain, and America ; offers a Plan.4:334. 4:367.
  • Address To the Tea Commissioners, appoint- ed[ appointed]by the east india[ East India]Company to act in America.4:383. 4:386. 4:390.
  • Address of Lord Mayor Bull[ Frederick Bull], to the Livery of London, requesting their votes for a seat in the House of Commons.4:451.

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

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

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Lawyers ditto.4:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Marblehead Merchants ditto.4:506.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor to the Magistrates of Mid- dlesex[ Middlesex]ditto.4:515.
  • Address From the Lawyers to the same, on his departure, &c.4:511.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c of Marblehead, to the same, on the same.4:506.
  • Address From the Magistrates of the Coun- ty[ County]of Middlesex to the same, on the same.4:515.

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

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

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

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the Massachusetts Councills address: he tells them, that they have affronted him.4:516.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his answer to the pitiful address of a number in Salem.4:Ibid.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to thie College Ad- dress[ Address].4:517.
  • Address From the Magistrates of the Coun- ty[ County]of Middlesex to the same, on the same.4:515.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on the Boston port bill.4:515.
  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]; which gives of- fence[ offense].4:516.

Address of the Merchants, &c, of Salem to Govr. Gage (a pitiful thing.)4:516. see index

  • Address of Harvard College to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:517.
  • Address of the Merchants, and Free- holders[ Freeholders]of Salem to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], (an excellent one).4:517.
  • Address of the Lawyers, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:523.
  • Address of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]; which gives of- fence[ offense].4:516.
  • Address of the Merchants, &c, of Salem to Govr. Gage (a pitiful thing.)4:516.
  • Address of Harvard College to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:517.

Address of the Merchants, and Free- holders[ Freeholders]of Salem to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], (an excellent one).4:517. see index

  • Address of the Lawyers, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:523.
  • Address of the Justices of the Sessions, and Inferior Court for the County of Bristol, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:523.
  • Address of the Judges, and Justices of the County of Plimouth[ Plymouth], to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:535.
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Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Salem Merchants, &c,4:517. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, a Letter to him, setting forth what his behaviour[ behavior]ought to be, &c.4:525,4:542.
  • 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.
  • Post Office, appointed, with the rates.4:739.
  • Port Act Boston, See Act of Parliament.
  • Providence Town of, see Town of Providence.

Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor, his opinion of the Merchants non import- ation[ importation]agreement.4:526. see index

  • Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]Governor his Character.4:655.
  • Powder Belonging to the Province, seized by General Gage[ Thomas Gage], which occasions the County of Middlesex to rise. &c,4:563.
  • Powder and Guns, and all sorts of Ammunition, prohibited by the King's being sent to America.4:629,4:642. See under Gun Powder.
  • Monk Christopher, wounded in the massacre, a collection made for him in that anniverary meeting.4:460.
  • Merchants of Newbury, their resolve relative to Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, protest against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.

Merchants of London, enemies to the Colonies, wont[ will not]petition Lord North in favour of them.4:530. see index

  • Merchant and Manufacturers in England, make a great stir in favor of America.4:696.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province of, an Account of their merits from Great Britain, and services from their first begin- ing[ beginning]to 1764, stated by the General Court.4:557.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • Merchants of Newbury, their resolve relative to Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:498.
  • Merchants and Traders of Boston, protest against addressing Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:505.
  • Merchants of London, enemies to the Colonies, wont[ will not]petition Lord North in favour of them.4:530.

Merchant and Manufacturers in England, make a great stir in favor of America.4:696. see index

  • Massachusetts Bay Province of, an Account of their merits from Great Britain, and services from their first begin- ing[ beginning]to 1764, stated by the General Court.4:557.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province always defended it self.4:557,4:558.
  • Massachusetts Bay Province when first Settled.4:Ib.
  • Address Another.4:Ibid.
  • Address From the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his Fortifying the Neck, &c,4:595.
  • Address of the Continental Congress, to the Inhabitants of Canada4:610.

Address of the Merchants of Virginia, to the President of the Continental Congress. 627. See his Answer.4:Ibid. see index

  • Address of the Provincial Congress to the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to the Inhabitants.4:628.
  • Address of the same Body, to the Mi nisters[ Ministers]of the Gospel, desiring them to influence their People to abide by the doings of the Con- tinental[ Continental]Congress, &c4:642.
  • Address From Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams], in answer to Massachu'tensis[ Daniel Leonard], shewing[ showing]the grievances of A- merica[ America]: who were the Authors of it, &c, &c4:651,4:655,4:660,4:664,4:669,4:673,4:685,4:691,4:699,4:805,4:709,4:713.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes respecting the riot at Hancocks Wharffe[ Wharf].4:1144.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes on the libel; convention; arrival of Troops, &c,4:1151. writes against the Councils meet- ing[ meeting]to petition the Parliament.4:1155.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor writes about receiving advice from England : says resentment ought to fall somewhere; and that there must be an abridgement of English liberties,4:1157,4:1158.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor has not received his pension.4:1157,4:1179; and what it was granted for.4:1149. see page4:27, under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Column ye[ the]. 1st.
  • Newport in Rhode Island, See Town Of.

Newbury Merchants, see Merchants. see index

  • North Lord[ Frederick North], his political Character.4:513.4:540.
  • New York City of, their proceedings on the grievances of America ; choose a Committee for Congress, &c,0:537. see page4:40, column 2d, under New York city of.
  • New Jersey Counties meet, choose Members for a Congress, &c,4:549.

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