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Searching for the keyword "tea" in all volumes:

  • Town of Boston, vide Boston

Tea Bohea may be cul- tivated[ cultivated]in America.2:13. see index

  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Taxes great that the Colonies pays to Great Britian in the way of Commerce2:328.
  • Troops, Fire on the mob in England, and kill Several at the same Time they Murder Young Allen, but are afterwards thank'd[ thanked]by[ Lord]Barrington2:180 2:188.

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

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  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Taxes great that the Colonies pays to Great Britian in the way of Commerce2:328.
  • Troops, Fire on the mob in England, and kill Several at the same Time they Murder Young Allen, but are afterwards thank'd[ thanked]by[ Lord]Barrington2:180 2:188.

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

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  • Town of Boston, vide Boston
  • Tea Bohea may be cul- tivated[ cultivated]in America.2:13.

Tea Bohea Obnoxious Qualities of &c2:201. 2:218. 2:286. 2:321. see index

  • Tea Bohea Method of curing.2:219. 2:222 2:320.
  • Tradesmen London extra- vagancy[ extravagancy]of, Rallied.2:25
  • Thunder Terrible at Boston.2:191.
  • Town of Boston, vide Boston
  • Tea Bohea may be cul- tivated[ cultivated]in America.2:13.
  • Tea Bohea Obnoxious Qualities of &c2:201. 2:218. 2:286. 2:321.

Tea Bohea Method of curing.2:219. 2:222 2:320. see index

  • Tradesmen London extra- vagancy[ extravagancy]of, Rallied.2:25
  • Thunder Terrible at Boston.2:191.
  • Thunder Terrible at Lancaster2:224
  • Convention of the Towns of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay Their result.2:257
  • Convention of the Towns Their Letter to Agent Debert.2:265

Chamomile Tea its Virtues.2:286 see index

  • Commons British House [diamond] of, their address to the Kings Speech, wherein he calls the uneasiness of the Americans a faction.2:372
  • Commons British House of, Debates in.2:370. 2:399.
  • Commons British House of, Their Resolves against the Massachusetts Bay.2:468.
  • Act of Uniformity, a cruel Act2:95
  • Act of Uniformity, Tri e nnial[ Triennial], when it passed, and what it contains2:254

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Taxing America the Scheme of, and all other oppressions of America first came from here2:108
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], Queries relating to him2:Ibid.
  • Tryon William, Governor Grants Lands away at New York, by virtue of a Ministerial Mandate, al- though[ although]it has been possessed, & legally purchased a long Time ago Etc.3:635.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, voted an enemy to the Common wealth[ Commonwealth], by the Inhabitants of Boston.3:25.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.

Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25. see index

  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.
  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, voted an enemy to the Common wealth[ Commonwealth], by the Inhabitants of Boston.3:25.
  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.
  • Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25.

Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31. see index

  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Addressing of Governor chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], will be of bad sequence[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Governor Hutch inson[ Thomas Hutchinson]by the Clergy, a Verse on[pg # gone]
  • Addresses to Great America, commented on Assembly of New Y ork Duration of[pg # gone]

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

  • Agreement of the Mer chants[ Merchants]for Non Importa tion[ Importation], first broke by the Merchants of New York.[pg # gone]
  • Agreement Said to be done by Ministerial Influence3:30
  • Agreement of the Merchants for Non Importation of Goods fro m Great Britain dissolved[pg # gone]
  • Taylor John, the Importer, Dismist[ Dismissed]from a Fine Club.3:40.
  • Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25.
  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.

Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39. see index

  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.
  • to the betray'd[ betrayed]inhabit New York by Captain Mc3:10.
  • to the Freemasons at a very fine one3:8
  • of the Assembly of N. Car olina[ North Carolina]to the Things against be- ing[ being]taxed by the Parliament, and ag ainst the Resolves of the Lords a nd Commons3:21

One urging the Ameri- ca ns[ Americans]to break off all connexions[ connections]with Great Britain, unless she repeals the Tea Act3:40 see index

  • of the Council of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hut- chinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], when he first met the Court at Cambridge3:69
  • of the House of Lords tot he Kings Speech in answer to3:74
  • Remonstrance and Petition of the city of London to the King3:106,3:178,3:556
  • Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants[ Inhabitants]of Boston not to be Drank.3:25.
  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.
  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.

Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49. see index

  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded by Medford3:68.
  • Tea Ladies of Bos- ton[ Boston]sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement3:31.
  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.

Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59. see index

  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded by Medford3:68.
  • Tea Discarded by Dedham3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.

Tea Discarded by Medford3:68. see index

  • Tea Discarded by Dedham3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded by Plymouth3:73.
  • Votes, of the Town Falmouth, the same.3:163.
  • Votes, of the Town Boxford, the same.3:168.
  • Votes, of the Town Rey, on the same.3:185.

Votes, of the Town Charlestown, the against Selling Tea.3:71 see index

  • Votes, of the Town Salem, respec- ting[ respecting]violation of the Agreement.3:266.
  • Virginia Merchants, and Inhabitants. vid under Merchant.
  • Verses. &c. on Mr. Whitfields[ George Whitfield]Death, vid under Whitfield[ George Whitfield]
  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded by Medford3:68.
  • Tea Discarded by Dedham3:Ibid.

Tea Discarded by Plymouth3:73. see index

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

  • Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • Tea all the sellers of it in Boston sign an Agreement not to sell any 'till[ until]the Revenue Act is Repealed.3:74.

Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid.
  • Tea all the sellers of it in Boston sign an Agreement not to sell any 'till[ until]the Revenue Act is Repealed.3:74.
  • Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75.

Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84.
  • Tea all the sellers of it in Boston sign an Agreement not to sell any 'till[ until]the Revenue Act is Repealed.3:74.
  • Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.

Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid.

Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid.

Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144.
  • American British Colonies, Must and will be Independent &c.3:627. 3:629.
  • Americans Number of3:161
  • Americans Address to them by American Solon, urging them to take care of their Liberty, and to begin now to lay a Pan for their future Independency. &c.3:633

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

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

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

  • Commons House of What they did relative to Jonathan Wilkes expullsion[ expulsion], more ruinous to the Nation than the affair of Ship Money. &c.3:106
  • Commons House of Their resolves previous to the partial Repeal of the Tea Act3:119
  • Commons House of Their resolves respecting the City Remonstrance &c. and the Subjects right to petition &c.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.

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

  • Tea House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain wont take the Duty of [diamond]3:133.
  • Tea The Method of Cultivating it Etc.3:148. 3:173.
  • Town of Norwich, meet, and vote to Strengthen the Non Importation Agreement.3:30.
  • Commons House of, of Great Britain. Mr Bourkes Speech in, wherein he Inveighs against the conduct of the Mi- nistry[ Ministry]relative to America &[ and]England3:94. 3:96
  • Commons House of Debates in, on the partial Repeal of the Tea Act3:104
  • Commons House of What they did relative to Jonathan Wilkes expullsion[ expulsion], more ruinous to the Nation than the affair of Ship Money. &c.3:106

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

  • Commons House of Their resolves respecting the City Remonstrance &c. and the Subjects right to petition &c.3:Ibid.
  • Commons House of Debates in, about the City Remonstrance3:125
  • Commons House of Address the King on the same3:129
  • Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92.

Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.
  • Letter From the Town of Abington, thank- ing[ thanking]the Merchants &c.3:75
  • Letter An Excellent one, giving an account of the bad designs of the Minis- try[ Ministry], and urges the continuance of the Non Importation Agreement. &c.3:93
  • Letter From Junius Americanus to[ Lord]Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill], respecting his treat- ment[ treatment]of the Americans3:107

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

  • Letter An Excellent one, from the Committee, of Mer- chants[ Merchants]of South Carolina, to Merchants of Philadelphia ur- ging[ urging]the Colonies to abide by their Non Importation[ Agreement] 3:129
  • Commons House of Their resolves respecting the City Remonstrance &c. and the Subjects right to petition &c.3:Ibid.
  • Commons House of Debates in, about the City Remonstrance3:125
  • Commons House of Address the King on the same3:129

Commons House of Wont[ Will not]Repeal the Duty on Tea3:133 see index

  • Commons House of Debates in it concer- ning[ concerning]the Boston Massacre3:154. 3:156.
  • Commons House of Debates in, about Ame- rica[ America], and Mr. Bourkes Motion for Resolves3:184
  • Commons House of Governor Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]s Speech in, in Favor of America, says he would not have delivered up Castle William if ordered3:249.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.
  • Tea Act partly Re- pealed.[ Repealed] 3:105. 3:133.

Tea House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain wont take the Duty of [diamond]3:133. see index

  • Tea The Method of Cultivating it Etc.3:148. 3:173.
  • Town of Norwich, meet, and vote to Strengthen the Non Importation Agreement.3:30.
  • Town of Leicester, meet, and vote on the same.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127.

Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136.

Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.
  • Tea Act partly Re- pealed.[ Repealed] 3:105. 3:133.
  • Tea House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain wont take the Duty of [diamond]3:133.

Tea The Method of Cultivating it Etc.3:148. 3:173. see index

  • Town of Norwich, meet, and vote to Strengthen the Non Importation Agreement.3:30.
  • Town of Leicester, meet, and vote on the same.3:Ibid.
  • Town of Charlestown, meet, and vote the same.3:39.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144.

Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.
  • Tea Act partly Re- pealed.[ Repealed] 3:105. 3:133.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.

Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168.
  • Tea Act partly Re- pealed.[ Repealed] 3:105. 3:133.
  • Tea House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain wont take the Duty of [diamond]3:133.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Andover.3:144.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Upton.3:156.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Falmouth.3:163.

Tea Discountenanced By Boxford.3:168. see index

  • Tea Act partly Re- pealed.[ Repealed] 3:105. 3:133.
  • Tea House of Com- mons[ Commons]of Great Britain wont take the Duty of [diamond]3:133.
  • Tea The Method of Cultivating it Etc.3:148. 3:173.
  • New York, Merchants &c. propose to Boston Merchants to have a Congress, in order to relax the Agreement.3:139.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • King's Answer to the address of both Houses of Parliament on the City address3:132.
  • King's Threatened3:130.
  • King's A Prophecy, con- cerning.[ concerning]&c.3:Ibid.

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

  • King's His Answer to the 2nd Remonstrance of the City of London3:184.
  • King's His Answer to the Address of the City of London, on the Birth of a Princess.3:211.
  • King's Said to be a But- ton[ Button]Maker.3:213.
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Act of Parliament called the Duty, or Tea Act the preamble of it.3:225 3:521 see index

  • Act of Parliament Called the decla- ratory[ declaratory]Act, the Death Warrant of Our Liberties3:1016
  • Act of this Province against Burglary3:115
  • Act of this Province the First executed in Consequence of it.3:256
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.
  • Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded by Medford3:68.

Tea Discarded by Dedham3:Ibid. see index

  • Tea Discarded by Plymouth3:73.
  • Tea Inhabitants of ( Boston say) Charlestown, vote not to drink any.3:39.
  • Tea Discarded in Connecticut.3:49.
  • Tea Discarded by Roxbury3:59.

Tea Discarded by Littleton3:Ibid. see index

  • Tea Discarded by Medford3:68.
  • Tea Discarded by Dedham3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discarded by Plymouth3:73.
  • Tea Discountenanced by Town of Abington.3:75.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Ipswich.3:81.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.

Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Sudbury.3:82.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Brookfield.3:Ibid.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Milton.3:84.

Tea Discountenanced By Malden.3:Ibid. see index

  • Tea Discountenanced By Glocester.[ Gloucester] 3:92.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Marblehead.3:127.
  • Tea Discountenanced By Taunton.3:136.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.

Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Adjournment of the General Court to Boston.4:97.
  • Act, [diamond] a Valuation Act passed.4:117.
  • Act of Parliament, against burning the Kings Ships, &c.4:176

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

  • Act of Parliament, Governours[ Goverenors], &c, can only be paid from it.4:380.
  • Act of Parliament, Granting Liberty to the east india House, to export Tea to America, free from duty, &c.4:379
  • Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499.
  • Troops British, now very indifferent Soldiers.4:1260.
  • See page4:67, column 1, under Towns.
  • See Under Army, British & Soldiers, Engagements, &c.

Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284. see index

  • Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380.
  • Tea, Act of Parliament, granting liberty to the East India House to export it to America free of duty.4:379.
  • Tea, the Governor, Judges, &c, can be paid only from the duties laid on this Act,- and is worse than the Stamp Act.4:380,4:383.
  • See page4:67, column 1, under Towns.
  • See Under Army, British & Soldiers, Engagements, &c.
  • Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284.

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

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

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

  • Act of Parliament, for Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:499.
  • Act of Parliament, said to be a Brutal Act, and was planned by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], here, and the Cabal.4:497.
  • Act of Parliament, Comments on it.4:501,4:502.
  • See Under Army, British & Soldiers, Engagements, &c.
  • Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284.
  • Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380.

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

  • Tea, the Governor, Judges, &c, can be paid only from the duties laid on this Act,- and is worse than the Stamp Act.4:380,4:383.
  • Tea, Commissioners, or Fac- tors[ Factors]in America, an address to them, urging them not to accept of their Commission.4:383.
  • Elis English Constitution what4:226.
  • England, one of the chief causes of her misery, owing to owing to a corrupt parliament: and being so profuse of the nations money.4:382.4:540
  • England Grievances of East India Company ; greatly involved; can't[ cannot]pay her debts,4:261,4:284,4:674,4:675.

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

  • [no following entries]
  • Tea, by inforcing the duties on it, the nation loses greatly, as it encourages Smug- lers Smugglers : the Value of it supposed to be drank in America.4:284.
  • Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380.
  • Tea, Act of Parliament, granting liberty to the East India House to export it to America free of duty.4:379.

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

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

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

  • Address of Lord Mayor Bull[ Frederick Bull], to the Livery of London, requesting their votes for a seat in the House of Commons.4:451.
  • Address From the Merchants, &c, of Boston, &c, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], on his going to England.4:511.
  • Address From the Lawyers to the same, on his departure, &c.4:511.
  • Tea to be sent from the east India House to America : is a scheme of Ld.[ Lord]North 's to evade the repeal of the Tea Act.4:376,4:379,4:380.
  • Tea, Act of Parliament, granting liberty to the East India House to export it to America free of duty.4:379.
  • Tea, the Governor, Judges, &c, can be paid only from the duties laid on this Act,- and is worse than the Stamp Act.4:380,4:383.

Tea, Commissioners, or Fac- tors[ Factors]in America, an address to them, urging them not to accept of their Commission.4:383. see index

  • [no following entries]
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Tea Commissioners, or factors, addresses to them, urging them not to Accept of their Commission.4:386,4:390. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, for Philadelphia resign.4:392,4:412,4:430,4:434.
  • Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, called a perjured Traitor, &c.4:371.

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

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a plate, representing him, as a very wicked Statesman.4:295.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, sends an order to Colonel Hancock[ John Hancock]to have his Company ready to assist the civil Magistrate: comments on it.4:395,4:399.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Issues a Proclamation or- dering[ ordering]the Boston inhabitants &c, to disperse on their peril, and requires the Justices to meet, and suppress riots, &c,4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.
  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.

Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387. see index

  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.
  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • New York City of, a great Fire there.4:1017,4:1064.

New York City of, inhabitants meet; their transactions relative to the Tea to be transported there by the East India House. [s-shape reference mark]4:388,4:423,4:425,4:426. see index

  • Paxton, Charles, the House of Representatives, resolves against him, respecting his Letters, &c,4:309.
  • Paxton Charles his Letter: says unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, they will rebel, &c.4:1178.
  • Paddock Major, his Son Drowned.4:320Verses on it.4:323.

Philadelphia city of, the in- habitants[ inhabitants]of meet, their transactions rela- tive[ relative]to the exportation of Tea, by the east Indian Company : the resolves, &c,4:388,4:391,4:430,4:434. see index

  • Philadelphia city of, their reception of the news of the Tea's being destroyed in Boston.4:438.
  • Philadelphia city of, inhabitants of, meet: choose a Committee of Correspondence respecting the blocking up Boston Har- bour[ Harbor], &c.4:505,4:522,4:527.
  • Philadelphia city of, in danger of being taken.4:1057,4:1065.
  • Resolves of Connecti cut[ Connecticut]Representatives, to adopt the Measures of Virginia Representatives for a Union, and choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:308.
  • Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519.
  • Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700.

Resolves of the Town of Boston, respecting the resignation of the Tea Factors.4:391. see index

  • Resolves of the inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns, respecting the East India Company 's Tea, &c.4:407.
  • Resolves of the Town of Cam- bridge[ Cambridge], on the same.4:403.
  • Resolves of the Town of Brook- lyn[ Brooklyn], on the same.4:409.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.

Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408. see index

  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and hear an Oration pronounced by[ Doctor]Church[ Benjamin Church].4:252.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.

Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399. see index

  • Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422.
  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Tea Commissioners, or factors, addresses to them, urging them not to Accept of their Commission.4:386,4:390.

Tea Commissioners, for Philadelphia resign.4:392,4:412,4:430,4:434. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, or factors, addresses to them, urging them not to Accept of their Commission.4:386,4:390.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Philadelphia resign.4:392,4:412,4:430,4:434.

Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, or factors, addresses to them, urging them not to Accept of their Commission.4:386,4:390.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Philadelphia resign.4:392,4:412,4:430,4:434.
  • Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410.

Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Philadelphia resign.4:392,4:412,4:430,4:434.
  • Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399.

Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.
  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.

Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403. see index

  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Town of Rutland, their proceedings on the same4:338.
  • Town of Holden, their proceedings on the same4:342.
  • Town of Lincoln, their proceedings on the same4:Ibid.

Town of Cambridge, meet on Account of Tea to be sent from the East India House to A- merica America, resolve against it, &c.4:403. see index

  • Town of Charles- town[ Charlestown], their proceedings on the same: choose a Committee of Cor- respondence[ Correspondence], &c.4:403,4:409,4:426,
  • Town of Dorchester, meet, and vote &c on the same, &c.4:409.
  • Town of Brooklyn, meet, and resolve on the same, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Resolves on the Grievances of America : the Boston Port Bill, &c. &c.4:519.
  • Resolves that Boston ought to be supported, &c.4:603.4:700.
  • Resolves of the Town of Boston, respecting the resignation of the Tea Factors.4:391.

Resolves of the inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns, respecting the East India Company 's Tea, &c.4:407. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Cam- bridge[ Cambridge], on the same.4:403.
  • Resolves of the Town of Brook- lyn[ Brooklyn], on the same.4:409.
  • Resolves of the Town of Roxbury, on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Tea Commissioners, Clarke 's Windows Broke, &c.4:399,4:410.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.

Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.
  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Town of Boston, their Answer to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s Speeches, reflecting on their late proceedings.4:264.
  • Town of Boston, vote to refuse the use of the Hall on Election Day, if the Commissions, &c, dine there.4:290.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants of, meet under Liberty tree, and in Town Meet- ing[ Meeting], to require the Tea Factors to resign their Commission: their Resolves, trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:391,4:399.

Town of Boston, & inhabitants of the Country Towns, &c, meet: their proceed- ings[ proceedings]respecting the Tea Ship's by the East India Company, &c; their votes, re- solves[ resolves], &c.4:407,4:415,4:416,4:422. see index

  • Town of Boston, of infinite import- ance[ importance]to Great Britain.4:496.
  • Town of Boston, meet & have an oration by Hancock[ John Hancock].4:460.
  • Town of Boston, Port block't[ blocked]up, by an Act of Parliament.4:499,4:508,4:511.
  • Votes of the Town of West- ford[ Westford], on the same, &c.4:222.
  • Votes of the Town of Med- field[ Medfield], on the same, &c.4:260.
  • Votes of the Town of Prince- town[ Princeton], on the same.4:270.

Votes of the Inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns respecting the Tea shipped by the east India Company.4:407. see index

  • Votes of the same Town, thank- ing[ thanking]the Continent for their benevo- lence[ benevolence]to the sufferers by the Port Act.4:640.
  • Votes of the same Town, against inoculating for the small Pox, &c.4:707.
  • Votes of the same Town of Dor- chester[ Dorchester], respecting the Tea shipped by the East India Company, &c.4:409.
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Resolves of the Town of Charles- town[ Charlestown], respecting the East India Company 's Tea, shipped to Boston, &c.4:409. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Marblehead, on the same.4:411.
  • Resolves of the Town of Lexington, on the same.4:414.
  • Resolves of the Town of Medford, on the same.4:Ibid.
  • Votes of the Inhabitants of Boston, and the Country Towns respecting the Tea shipped by the east India Company.4:407.
  • Votes of the same Town, thank- ing[ thanking]the Continent for their benevo- lence[ benevolence]to the sufferers by the Port Act.4:640.
  • Votes of the same Town, against inoculating for the small Pox, &c.4:707.

Votes of the same Town of Dor- chester[ Dorchester], respecting the Tea shipped by the East India Company, &c.4:409. see index

  • Votes of the Town of Charles- town[ Charlestown], on the same.4:426.
  • Votes of the Town of New- port[ Newport], resepcting the Blocking up Boston Harbour[ Harbor].4:501.
  • Votes of the Town of Provi- dence[ Providence], on the same.4:505.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Answer to the desire of the Town of Boston, at their 2nd meeting: they wont[ will not]resign their Com- mission[ Commission].4:399.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Petition to the Governor & Council for protection, &c. Ibid.4:399,4:419.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.

Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.
  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.
  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, sends an order to Colonel Hancock[ John Hancock]to have his Company ready to assist the civil Magistrate: comments on it.4:395,4:399.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, Issues a Proclamation or- dering[ ordering]the Boston inhabitants &c, to disperse on their peril, and requires the Justices to meet, and suppress riots, &c,4:407.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, threatening: desired to go home, &c.4:411.

Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, much blamed by Marchmont Needham, for his conduct respecting the Tea Consignees, &c,4:415,4:418. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, a smart Epistle to him by Felton : say's it must be the wish of all good men, if he yt he was shot.4:433.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, his Speech to the General Court; recommends an Excise, &c,4:442.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor, one of the greatest Traitors: and most implacable enemy to the Province.4:444.
  • Letter from Junius Ame- ricanus[ Americanus], to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the Grievances of the Colonies.4:335.
  • Letter from the same, to Lord Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly[ instantly]to have been put to Death.4:366.
  • Letter from an American to Lord Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him, respecting his con- duct[ conduct]to America. &c,4:371.

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

  • Letter to Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver], on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr. Molineaux.4:437.
  • Numbers of Burials, & Baptisms in the Town of Boston.4:211.
  • Numbers of Towns, who came into the Boston measures, respecting their grievances, &c,4:215,4:218,4:244.
  • Numbers in France.4:256.

Numbers of People assembled in the old South Meeting House, to oppose the Landing of Tea, &c.4:415. see index

  • Numbers of Fighting men, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:429.
  • Numbers in America.4:712.
  • Numbers of Roman Catholics, in Canada.4:558.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.
  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.

Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416. see index

  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.
  • Tea, Arrives at .4:425,4:430.
  • dealers in it of Boston, & Charles- town[ Charlestown], their agreement.4:422.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.
  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.

Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416. see index

  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.
  • Tea, Arrives at .4:425,4:430.
  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.

Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416. see index

  • Tea, Arrives at .4:425,4:430.
  • dealers in it of Boston, & Charles- town[ Charlestown], their agreement.4:422.
  • publickly[ publicly]burnt[ burned]by the Town of Charlestown.4:426.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their reply to the Governors message respecting his letters: say they are not guilty of unfairness, in their being restricted, relative to the witholding his Letters, &c.4:313.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Report, and Resolves on the Governors Letters.4:Ibid.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governors Speech; vindicate their corresponding with their Agent, &c.4:445.

Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their proceedings on the Tea Factors petition: and on the Destruction of the Tea.4:419,4:420. see index

  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor, acquaint him that Articles of charge against Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]had been sent up by the House to them.4:463.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their message to the Governor blame him for not laying before the board the impeachment of Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]: insinuate that by Charter they have a right to Try him: and define the power of the board by char- ter[ charter]to set as a Judicial Court, &c, with, or without the Governor.4:463.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their address to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], in Answer to his Speech at the opening the General Court, wherein they find fault with Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s administrato. and give offence to Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:516.
  • Petition addresss, &c, of the city of London to the King, on their grievan- ces[ grievances].4:283.
  • Petition why not heared: coming from the Colonies.4:359.
  • Petition from the Weavers to the King, shewing[ showing]their distressed condit- ion[ condition], chiefly owing to the contest with ye[ the]Colonies.4:316.

Petition of Richard Clarke, and others, Tea Consignees, to the Governor &c,4:419. see index

  • Petition of the Represent- atives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay, to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], praying him to remove Judge Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]from the Bench.4:453.
  • Petition of the same body, to the King, praying him to remove Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c heated with con- tempt[ contempt], and dismist[ dismissed]: a particular Account of it.4:487,4:488. the substance of the petition.4:486.
  • Petition of the City of Lond- on[ London], to the House of Commons, against the Quebec Act.4:554.
  • Advertisement of sundries, by different Commit- tees[ Committees]of inspection, to carry to an end the resolves of the Continental Congress.4:633,4:641,4:642,4:653,4:662,4:697.
  • Agent, chosen by the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts Bay, allowed to be paid.4:348.
  • Ames Levi, sentenced to Death for Burgla- ry[ Burglary].4:360. respited for a Week.4:376. Executed.4:384.

Agreement of the Dealers in Tea, of Bos- ton[ Boston], and Charlestown.4:422,4:437. see index

  • Tea, Shipped by the East India Company ; a particular account of the meetings on that affair, prior to the des- truction[ destruction]of the Tea, &c.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, Destroyed in Boston.4:415,4:416.
  • Tea, not suffered to be landed in Philadelphia ; but drove off.4:416.

Tea, Arrives at .4:425,4:430. see index

  • dealers in it of Boston, & Charles- town[ Charlestown], their agreement.4:422.
  • publickly[ publicly]burnt[ burned]by the Town of Charlestown.4:426.
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Town of Charlestown, in South Carolina their proceedings on the Arrival of the East India Company 's Tea, see South Carolina Province of.4:425,4:493. see index

  • Town of, Ipswich, their proceedings relative to the same, resolve, &c.4:Ib.
  • Town of, Medway, their proceedings, &c, on the same.4:432.
  • Town of, Charlestown in South Carolina, their Tea seized by the Cus- tom[ Custom]House Officers.4:434.
  • Resolves of the Town of Portsmouth, on the same.4:420.
  • Resolves of the Town of Lynn, on the same.4:Ib.
  • Resolves of the Town of Ipswich, on the same.4:425.

Resolves of the City of Philadelp- hia[ Philadelphia], when the Tea arrived there; resolve it shall not be landed, &c.4:430. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Medway, on the Tea, &c.4:432.
  • Resolves of the Town of Newport, on the same.4:436.
  • Resolves of the Town of Sudbury, on the same, &c,4:456.
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Tea, saved out of the Wreck of Loring, and Landed by the Consignees at the Castle.4:430. see index

  • Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434.
  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.
  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.
  • Resolves of the Town of Lynn, on the same.4:Ib.
  • Resolves of the Town of Ipswich, on the same.4:425.
  • Resolves of the City of Philadelp- hia[ Philadelphia], when the Tea arrived there; resolve it shall not be landed, &c.4:430.

Resolves of the Town of Medway, on the Tea, &c.4:432. see index

  • Resolves of the Town of Newport, on the same.4:436.
  • Resolves of the Town of Sudbury, on the same, &c,4:456.
  • Resolves of the Town of Hing- ham[ Hingham], on the same &c.4:467.
  • Tea Commissioners, their Names.4:407.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.

Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433. see index

  • Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446.
  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.
  • Tea, saved out of the Wreck of Loring, and Landed by the Consignees at the Castle.4:430.

Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434. see index

  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.
  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.
  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.
  • Town of Charlestown, in South Carolina their proceedings on the Arrival of the East India Company 's Tea, see South Carolina Province of.4:425,4:493.
  • Town of, Ipswich, their proceedings relative to the same, resolve, &c.4:Ib.
  • Town of, Medway, their proceedings, &c, on the same.4:432.

Town of, Charlestown in South Carolina, their Tea seized by the Cus- tom[ Custom]House Officers.4:434. see index

  • Town of, of Newport, their proceedings there on the same, resolve, &c.4:436.
  • Town of, Salem, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]on the same.4:442.
  • Town of, Sudbury, their proceedings on the same: resolve, &c.4:456.
  • South Carolina, adopt a New Form of Government, which see.4:947.
  • South Carolina, Assembly dissolved, for adherency to their resolution, re- specting[ respecting]their money Bills.4:239.
  • South Carolina, adopt the measures of the Virginia House of Assembly:- choose a committee of Correspondence &c.4:340.

South Carolina, see State of, & Charlestown, &[ Representatives]of Song, on destroying the Tea in Boston.4:437,4:466. see index

  • [no following entries]
  • Tea, saved out of the Wreck of Loring, and Landed by the Consignees at the Castle.4:430.
  • Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434.
  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.

Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437. see index

  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea Commissioners, for New York, resign.4:412.
  • Tea Commissioners, for Boston, flee to the Castle.4:Ib.
  • Tea Commissioners, their behaviour[ behavior], respecting the Tea saved out of the Wreck of Lorings Vessel.4:433.

Tea Commissioners, Elisha Hutchinson, one of them, drove from Plymouth, &c.4:437,4:446. see index

  • Tea, very pernicious to the Con- stitution[ Constitution].4:387.
  • Tea, [diamond] arrives at Boston.4:403.
  • Tea, the inhabitants of Boston, resolve that none shall be drank imported, while subject to a duty.4:391,4:408.
  • Paxton Charles his Letter: says unless 2, or 3 Regiments are in Boston, they will rebel, &c.4:1178.
  • Paddock Major, his Son Drowned.4:320Verses on it.4:323.
  • Philadelphia city of, the in- habitants[ inhabitants]of meet, their transactions rela- tive[ relative]to the exportation of Tea, by the east Indian Company : the resolves, &c,4:388,4:391,4:430,4:434.

Philadelphia city of, their reception of the news of the Tea's being destroyed in Boston.4:438. see index

  • Philadelphia city of, inhabitants of, meet: choose a Committee of Correspondence respecting the blocking up Boston Har- bour[ Harbor], &c.4:505,4:522,4:527.
  • Philadelphia city of, in danger of being taken.4:1057,4:1065.
  • Pennsylvania House of Representatives, adopt the measures promoted by Virginia : choose a committee of Correspondence, &c,4:392
  • Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434.
  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.
  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.

Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438. see index

  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.
  • Medford, see Town of.
  • Medway, see Town of.
  • Marchmont Nedham, see under Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]comments on his Letters.

Marshfield Town of. their proceed- ings[ proceedings]relative to the Tea, burlesqued.4:445. see index

  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], adopt the measures of the Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence, &c.4:453.
  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], their proceedings respect- ing[ respecting]the Boston Port Bill: resolves, &c, of Anna- polis[ Annapolis], & Queens County in the same Province,4:513,4:530.
  • Maryland House of Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], the Province of, meet by their deputies: resolve, &c: choose members for the Congress.4:531.
  • Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid.
  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.
  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.

Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446. see index

  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.
  • Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462.
  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.
  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.

Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450. see index

  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.
  • Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462.
  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.
  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.

Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460. see index

  • Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462.
  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.
  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.
  • Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462.

Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460. see index

  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.
  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.
  • Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]by the Students of New Jersey College.4:450.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.

Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462. see index

  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.
  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.
  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.
  • Town of, Sudbury, their proceedings on the same: resolve, &c.4:456.
  • Town of, Hingham, their proceedings, &c, on the same.4:467.
  • Town of, Marblehead, a great Riot there, break open Salem Goal[ Jail], and release prisoners.4:462.

Town of, Braintree, their proceedings respecting the East India Com- pany[ Company]'s tea, &c.4:471. see index

  • Town of, Eastham, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings], on the same, resolve, &c.4:475.
  • Town of, Wells, their proceed- ings[ proceedings]on the same, resolve, &c.4:480.
  • Town of, Newport, their votes, respecting the Port Act.4:501.
  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.
  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.
  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.

Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472. see index

  • Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496.
  • [diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495.
  • Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578.
  • Tea, Arrives in Captain Gorham.4:460.
  • Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462.
  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.

Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472. see index

  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.
  • Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472.
  • Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496.
  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.
  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.
  • Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472.

Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496. see index

  • [diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495.
  • Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578.
  • Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572.
  • Tea, destroyed at Boston.4:462.
  • Tea, sent to South Carolina, des- troyed[ destroyed].4:460.
  • Tea, Ship sent to New York, but blown off to Antigua.4:472.

Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487. see index

  • Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472.
  • Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496.
  • [diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495.
  • Commons House of In England, that Character drawn by Junius,4:27, &c,4:305,4:371.
  • Commons House of In England, Debates in it, respectinging the 39 Articles, &c.4:57.
  • Commons House of In England, an appeal to them in behalf of America.4:171.

Commons House of In England, debates and proceedings in it, re- specting[]the Town of Boston 's destroying the Tea, &c, &c,4:492,4:495,4:496,4:533. see index

  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, relative to the pas- sing[ passing]the Riot Act, &c, respecting the Massachusetts Bay.4:508.
  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the passing the Act for altering the Constitution of the Mas- sachusetts[ Massachusetts ]bay, where the right of taxing America is avowed.4:512.
  • Commons House of In England, debates in it, respecting the bille- ting[ billeting]Act, (American).4:546.
  • Tea, Arrives. [diamond].4:487.
  • Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472.
  • Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496.

[diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495. see index

  • Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578.
  • Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572.
  • Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581.
  • New York wont[ will not]choose members for a New Congress.4:689.
  • New York their resolves on the Grievance's of America.4:703.
  • New York Line settled, See Line Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]settled.

New York City of, their proceedings when the Tea Ship arrived: destroy 18 Chests, & send off the Ship with to Tea to England, &c, &c,4:492,4:495. see index

  • New York nobly refuse Vessels for Transports, to carry Troops to Boston, & Workman to build Barracks, &c, &c,4:583,4:590.
  • New York force a Scotch Ves- sel[ Vessel]to depart without breaking Bulk, &c, having goods contrary to the Agreement of the Continental Congress.4:672.
  • New York and County meet, and choose Delegates for a Provincial Continent- al[ Continental]Congress, to choose Delegates for a Continental One.4:700.
  • King George what his Revenue is,4:306.
  • King George his Speech to the Par- liament[ Parliament], when he prorogued it.4:351.
  • King George Speech, substance of.4:472

King George his Message to the Parliament, on account of the disorders in America, particularly Boston, on Account of the east India Company 's Tea.4:495. see index

  • King George his Speech to the Parlia- ment[ Parliament], after passing the American Bills for altering the Constitution of the Massachusetts Bay, &c.4:553.
  • Tea, being destroyed &c, the News of it when first arrived in London.4:472.
  • Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496.
  • [diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495.

Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578. see index

  • Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572.
  • Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581.
  • Tea, destroyed at several Places.4:588.
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Town of Portsmouth, their proceedings, relative to the East India Company 's tea, which arrived there.4:525. see index

  • Hospital Inoculating at Mar- blehead[ Marblehead], burnt[ burned]by the inhabitants.4:441.
  • Harrison Joseph, Collector, a smart Letter to him respecting his absence from his post.4:454.
  • Hingham. See Town of.

Halifax in Nova scotia, dont[ do not]like to have Tea sent there: would exert them- selves[ themselves]in favour[ favor]of Liberty if they dont[ do not]could.4:551,4:570. see index

  • Hampshire County, meet by their Delegates on the Grievances of America, resolve, &c,4:590.
  • Hostilities began in America, see Fight. by British Troops.
  • Holland, or the 7 United Provin- ces[ Provinces], how they came to revolt, &c,4:799.
  • Tea, the reception of it, in, ie, the news how received in England.4:486,4:487,4:495,4:496.
  • [diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495.
  • Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578.

Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572. see index

  • Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581.
  • Tea, destroyed at several Places.4:588.
  • Tea, resolve against, by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.4:600.
  • [diamond] Tea, Ship arrives at New York, 18 Chests of it destroyed there, the remain- der[ remainder]sent back to England. &c, &c.4:492,4:495.
  • Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578.
  • Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572.

Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581. see index

  • Tea, destroyed at several Places.4:588.
  • Tea, resolve against, by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.4:600.
  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Charlestown.4:608.
  • Tea, Arrives at Portsmouth, and sent off to England, &c.4:525,4:572,4:578.
  • Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572.
  • Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581.

Tea, destroyed at several Places.4:588. see index

  • Tea, resolve against, by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.4:600.
  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Charlestown.4:608.
  • Congress Provincial, their message to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his hostile preparations on the Neck, &c.4:595.
  • Congress Provincial, resolve that no mo- ney[ money]be paid the Province Treasurer, &c,4:Ibid.
  • Congress Provincial, adjourn to Cambridge : an Account of their numbers.4:Ibid.

Congress Provincial, resolve against the Manda- mus[ Mandamus]Councellors: against Tea: and recommend a Thanksgiving.4:600. see index

  • Congress Provincial, resolve that the Province ought to be put in a posture of defence: recommend to choose new Military Officers: recommend a non importation agreement choose a Treasurer, and order the Province money to be paid to him: adjourn, &c4:604.
  • Congress Provincial, their answer to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s message, in reply to their message.4:609.
  • Congress Provincial, Meet again at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge].4:620.
  • Resolves to choose Members for a Continental Congress: on the Bos- ton[ Boston]Port Bill, &c, &c,4:517,4:522.
  • Resolves when they turned themselves into a Provincial Congress*.4:591.
  • Resolves of the Provin- cial[ Provincial]Congress of the Massa- chusetts[ Massachusetts]Bay, that no money be paid to the Provincial Treasurer &c,4:595.

Resolves Against the Man- damus[ Mandamus]Councellors: against Tea: and recommending a Thanksgiving.4:600. see index

  • Resolves that the Province ought to be put in a posture of defence: recommend to choose new Officers, a non importation agreement order the Province Money to be paid their new Treasurer, &c.4:604.
  • Resolves to thank those who made donations to Boston,4:624.
  • Resolves to choose New Members for the Continental Congress: to come into regulations to inforce the agreements of the Continent- al[ Continental]Congress, &c4:627.
  • Tea, Arrives at Salem, and sent to Halifax.4:572.
  • Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581.
  • Tea, destroyed at several Places.4:588.

Tea, resolve against, by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.4:600. see index

  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Charlestown.4:608.
  • Tea, that which was destroyed in America, offered to be paid for by Lord North.4:581.
  • Tea, destroyed at several Places.4:588.
  • Tea, resolve against, by the Massachusetts Provincial Congress.4:600.

Tea, burnt[ burned]at Charlestown.4:608. see index

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Tea, burnt[ burned]at Annapolis.4:609. see index

  • Tea, arrives at South Carolina, and cast into the Sea.4:620.
  • Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221.
  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.
  • Towns, of Salem, meet & choose Deputies to meet in County Congress: General Gage[ Thomas Gage]forbids them, marches Troops, apprehend the Committee of Correspondence, &c.4:561.
  • Towns, of Fairfield, meet resolve, &c, on their Grievances &c.4:590.
  • Towns, of Marlborough, advertise those who, wont[ will not]sign the Cove- nant[ Covenant].4:598.

Towns, of Annapolis, burn Tea, & the Vessel that brought it.4:609. see index

  • Towns, of Marblehead, meet to inform the recommendations of the Provincial Congress: vote the Man- damus[ Mandamus]Councellors Rebels, &c.4:616.
  • Towns, of Portsmouth, &c, remove, Cannon, Powder, &c. out of the Fort.4:632,4:636.
  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Annapolis.4:609.

Tea, arrives at South Carolina, and cast into the Sea.4:620. see index

  • Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221.
  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653.
  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Annapolis.4:609.
  • Tea, arrives at South Carolina, and cast into the Sea.4:620.

Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221. see index

  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653.
  • Tea, the importation of, prohibi- ted[ prohibited]by the Continental Congress.4:925.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]dissolved, by Governor Wentworth[ Sir John Wentworth]s Message4:514.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]meet, by their de- puties[ deputies], choose Members for a New Congress, resolve, &c, and adopt the Continental Con- gress[ Congress]'s proceedings. &c,4:537,4:680.
  • Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]new Form of Go- vernment[ Government] 4:883. See State of New Hampshire.

Notification, respecting the Tea Consignees coming to Boston.4:634. see index

  • Notification, on John Malcom 's be tarred, &c,4:442.
  • Tea, burnt[ burned]at Annapolis.4:609.
  • Tea, arrives at South Carolina, and cast into the Sea.4:620.
  • Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221.

Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635. see index

  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653.
  • Tea, the importation of, prohibi- ted[ prohibited]by the Continental Congress.4:925.
  • Tea, the Price sett[ set]by ditto4:928.
  • Virginia in Convention, their declaration.4:874. See State of.
  • Virginia County of Fair- fax[ Fairfax], inhabitants meet, - the votes, &c. respecting the American Grievances,4:545.
  • Virginia County of Rich- mond[ Richmond], inhabitants meet, vote, &c. on the same.4:547.

Virginia County of York, &c, destroy Tea, resolve, &c.4:635. see index

  • Virginia Freeholders meet by their deputies, resolve, &c. on American Greivances, &c,4:567,4:568.
  • Tea, arrives at South Carolina, and cast into the Sea.4:620.
  • Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221.
  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.

Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653. see index

  • Tea, the importation of, prohibi- ted[ prohibited]by the Continental Congress.4:925.
  • Tea, the Price sett[ set]by ditto4:928.
  • Tar Barrell, see under depo- sition deposition, John Mills, & Andrew Campbel.
  • Committee of Correspondence first chose in Boston.4:1087. See Names, under N.
  • Committee of Correspondence of ways and means, ( for the poor sufferers in the Town of Boston by the Port Bill,) their ad- vertisement[ advertisement].4:582,4:653.
  • Committees name's chosen by the Town of Boston, to inforce the resolves, &c, of the Continental Congress, &c.4:629.

Committees their advertisement respecting Tea*4:697. see index

  • Canning Elizabeth, an Account of her Transportation, and Death, &c.4:323.
  • Connecticut Constitution, an excellent one, had Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], and the other Letter Writers, lived in that Colony, they would have been convicted of high Treason, &c.4:333.
  • * See page4:15th, column 2d, under Committees.
  • Tea, that was destroyed in Bos- ton[ Boston], set in a true light, & vindicated.4:632,4:674,4:1209,4:1221.
  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653.

Tea, the importation of, prohibi- ted[ prohibited]by the Continental Congress.4:925. see index

  • Tea, the Price sett[ set]by ditto4:928.
  • Tar Barrell, see under depo- sition deposition, John Mills, & Andrew Campbel.
  • Townshead[ Townsend], see Town of.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], erect a Monument to the memory of General Montgomery[ Richard Montgomery].4:893.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], appoint a Fast.4:908.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve that there shall be a free Trade.4:925.

Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve what price Tea ought to be sold for, &c.4:928. see index

  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve to take all Vessels be- longing[ belonging]to the British Subjects, &c.4:930.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve to grant Letters of marque, and give instructions to the Masters, &c,4:935.
  • Resolves to appoint a Fast.4:908.
  • Resolves that no Military Officer, extort, &c, an Oath from any Person.4:909.
  • Resolves to allow a Free Trade.4:925.

Resolves respecting Tea, & what price it ought to be sold for, &c,4:928. see index

  • Resolves to take all Vessels, &c, belonging to the subjects of the King of Great Britain, &c,4:930.
  • Resolves to give Letters of Marque: and instructions given to Masters of Vessels.4:935.
  • Resolves that the Colonies ought to adopt new Forms of Govern- ment[ Government], and renounce Allegiance to George, 3d.4:945.
  • Tea, destroyed at Virginia.4:635.
  • Tea, Burnt[ Burned]at Portsmouth.4:653.
  • Tea, the importation of, prohibi- ted[ prohibited]by the Continental Congress.4:925.

Tea, the Price sett[ set]by ditto4:928. see index

  • Tar Barrell, see under depo- sition deposition, John Mills, & Andrew Campbel.
  • Townshead[ Townsend], see Town of.
  • Torpedo, a strange Fish carried into Philadelphia : the properties of it, &c.4:351.
  • Tea, saved out of the Wreck of Loring, and Landed by the Consignees at the Castle.4:430.
  • Tea seized by the Collector in South Carolina.4:434.

Tea, Returned by Philadelphia to the East India House.4:Ibid. see index

  • Tea, Burned at Boston.4:437.
  • Tea, being destroyed at Boston, gives great joy to Philadelphia.4:438.
  • Tea, saved out of Loring s Wreck destroyed at Wellfleet.4:446.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his Speech on American Affairs.4:553.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], proposes a very pernicious Plan for America.4:734.
  • Chatham Earl of[ William Pitt], his Excellent speech, urg- ing[ urging]a reconciliation with the Colonies.4:823. See Speeches.

Consignees of Tea; see under Tea see index

  • Charlestown in South Carolina See Town of
  • Cities of Philadelphia, and New York ; See under Philadelphia, and New York.
  • Court [diamond] of Probate for determining Marriages, &c, See Probate.
  • Declaration of Lord Howe[ William Howe], &c, offering pardons, &c, to the Colonies. [diamond]4:979,4:1025,4:1059.
  • Dissentery, recipe for.4:797.
  • Dorr Mary, her Death, & Character.4:921.

Destruction of Tea, see under Tea destroyed. see index

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  • France, how many square leagues, & People it contains.4:256
  • France Treaty[ with]ye[ the]United States4:1018, &c.
  • Freeholders of Middlesex in England meet, and agree to endeavour to have short Parliaments &c,4:317.

Factors for Tea: see under Tea. see index

  • Fine, how much for a Juryman's refusing to serve, at the Superior Court.4:437.
  • Franklin Agent, procures Governor Hutchin- son[ Thomas Hutchinson]'s, & Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]'s Letters, transmits to America : as they had a design to incense the Mother Country, against the Colonies, &c.4:460.

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