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Searching for the keyword "troops" in all volumes:

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the General Court1:581
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House about Hutschinsons[ Thomas Hutchinson]Right to sett in Council1:589 1:598
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House Recommends the paying Agent Jackson1:591

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message Justifies the Making Provisions for the Kings Troops1:596 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Message to the House about Palliser[ Hugh Pallisers]Charge1:601
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech to the General Court1:658.vide it Ridicul'd[ Ridiculed] 1:659
  • Barbadoes a Great Fire at1:435. 1:444. 1:591
  • Petition of the Representatives of Virginia to the King praying that the Statute of Henry 8th may not be extended to Ameri- ca.[ America] 2:540.
  • Parliamentary Power Extent of an excellent essay on.2:26. 2:29. 2:54.

Pensioners more formidable to a free People than Troops.2:31 see index

  • Parliament King Charles 1 without one, 12 or 13 years2:33.
  • Parliament Speech in, by Mr. Bourke, wherein he calls our Assemblies Parliaments.2:370.
  • Parliaments our Assemblies Our Assemblies called so by Mr Bourke2:Ibid
  • Anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act, celebrated at New York.2:61
  • America will rise, and be a Mighty Empire, maugre all Great Britain can do to prevent it2:133vide American Whig.2:Ibid.
  • America Number of Inhabit- ants[ Inhabitants] 2:227. 2:639.

Army Standing, when first Introduced in England. [diamond]2:35see under Soldiers & Troops see index

  • Allen William, Murdered by Soldiers.2:176. 2:188.
  • Anniversary of the 14 August, celebrated at Boston2:208. 2:632.
  • Anecdote, about a riot suppressd by Lord Chief Justice Holt.[ John Holt] 2:279. 2:600
  • Small Pox Stop's; with an Account of those who had it and the Number yt[ that]died.2:735.
  • Sloop Liberty Burnt.2:589.
  • South Carolina House of Representatives their Resovles.2:668.

Standing Army vid (when First began)2:35under Troops & Soldiers see index

  • Statute De Tallagio non concedendo.2:814.
  • Sun. the Distance of from the Earth.2:680.
  • Scotch Mens advertise- ment[ advertisement], about disposing of their Goods.2:692.
  • Mollasses[ Molasses]Act a revenue Act.2:59. 2:9.
  • Ministers of State bad ones, the advantages accusing from them.2:33.
  • Mob at London on account of Wilkes.[ John Wilkes] 2:128.

Mob Fixed upon by the Troops.2:180. see index

  • 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.
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
  • 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. see index

  • [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
  • Trethocik[ Barlow Trecothick], his Speech to the Livery of London2:120
  • 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. see index

  • [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
  • Bis hops[ Bishops]rise of when they first began to be Corrupted &2:221
  • Bis hops[ Bishops]The definition of a primitive one
  • Bis hops[ Bishops]a discription of a primitive one2:133

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

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

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

  • South Carolina. Letter from the Speaker of their Assembly on the Circular Letter.2:202.
  • South Carolina Speaker of their House sends a Letter to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Bay, approving of the Circular Letter. &c.2:353.
  • Soldiers, Liberty always in Danger from them.2:7 2:46 2:477 2:35 2:404 2:319 2:234. 2:247.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Answer to the Council, in answer to their Messages2:128
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Town of Boston's Petition2:142
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Message's to the House requiring them to Rescind the vote respecting the Circular Letter2:157

Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His answer to the Town of Boston about the coming of Troops2:241 see index

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Convention2:248
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Addresses of the Town of Boston2:415
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Letters against the Council2:463to2:466
  • 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.

Boston Their proceedings on the reports of Troops coming, their resolves &c votes &c2:241 see index

  • Boston Their 2 addresses to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:415
  • Boston Merchants and Traders their proceedings about Non importation2:478. 2:487. 2:498 2:535. 2:598. 2:624. 2:642.
  • Boston Their New Agreement not to Import goods till[ until]all the revenue Acts are repealed.2:749.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to Governor Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]about the Libel.2:39
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134

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

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Thunder Terrible at Wrentham.2:235.
  • Thunder Terrible at Boston. &c2:617.
  • Toads, a cure for Cancers.2:211.

Troops arrive at Boston, and what followed.2:263. 2:297. see index

  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.
  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:128
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266

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

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Advise to clear the Hall for the use of the Troops.2:288
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • 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.

Manufactory Hall the Tenants wont[ will not]deliver it up to the Troops vide the proceedings about it.2:281. see index

  • Murray Justice about the Journal of the Times.2:521.
  • Murray Justice a Letter to him on the same2:524. 2:531.
  • Middlesex County of, their Petition to the King.2:596.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Answer to Governor Bar- nard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Ridiculed.2:134
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their proceedings with regard for sending the Troops.2:251. 2:266
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Blamed for voting to deliver up the Manufactory Hall to the Troops.2:280

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

  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Their petition or address to General Gage.[ Thomas Gage] 2:Ibid.
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, Lay's Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gage's[ Thomas Gage]Letters before the House of Representatives and are Thanked.2:554
  • Council of the Massachusetts Bay, vid Margin ¶ [pilcrow]
  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Troops Great danger from Troops among a free People.2:319 2:746.

Troops Contrary to Law2:295* see index

  • Tell William, a great Hero.2:279.
  • Throat Distemper.2:753.
  • Taxed America ought not to be by the Parliament vide Franklin Benjamin Letter's2:311
  • Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730.
  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.

Troops Great danger from Troops among a free People.2:319 2:746. see index

  • Troops Contrary to Law2:295*
  • Tell William, a great Hero.2:279.
  • Throat Distemper.2:753.
  • Number of Polls in New England. vide under New England Number of Polls in ye[ the]4 Provinces2:299
  • Number of Polls & Souls in Pennsilvania[ Pennsylvania] 2:207.
  • Number of Souls in Scotland2:Ibid.

Number of Troops raised in the Province of the Massa- chusets[ Massachusetts]Bay2:385. [ref. missing] see index

  • Number of Militia in the Colonies.2:974.
  • Number of Males who paid ye[ the]poll tax in New England.2:977
  • Number of Inhabitants yt well be in ye[ the]Colonies another Century2:978
  • Writs of Assistance their pernicious tendency2:557
  • Writs of Assistance Introduced by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 2:Ibid
  • War declared by Turkey against Russia2:299. 2:372.

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

  • Washington George, first signalized himself, & became famous in America,[ref. missing]
  • Toads, a cure for Cancers.2:211.
  • Troops arrive at Boston, and what followed.2:263. 2:297.
  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297

Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495. see index

  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.
  • Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730.
  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • Instructions of the city of London to their Members of Parliament2:477
  • Instructions of the city of Bristol to the same2:484
  • Instructions of Cambridge to their Representatives.2:494

Instructions of the Town of Boston to their Repre- sentatives[ Representatives], urging them to be firm in the cause of liberty and not to grant any money for the Troops. &c2:501 see index

  • Instructions of the Town of Braintree to their Represen- tatives[ Representatives], on the same.2:511
  • Instructions of Virginia2:Ibid.
  • Instructions of the Town of Roxbury to their Represen- tatives.[ Representatives] 2:520
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]his Letter remarked on2:493.

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

  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Speech to the general Assembly.2:527
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]Declaration against him for bribary.2:543.
  • Barnard Governor[ Sir Francis Bernard]His Answer to the Message of the House and Adjourns them Cambridge.2:545
  • Representatives of the Province A List of them who voted not to Rescind.2:161.
  • Representatives of the Province A List of them who voted to Rescind.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding and Complain of Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:165.

Representatives of the Province Their Message to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]beg he would remove the Troops.2:527. see index

  • Representatives of the Province They Resolve they will do no business while the Troops continue in Town.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:554.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Messages to Governor >Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:554. 2:571.
  • Resolves of the Represen- tatives[ Representatives]of New York, approving the Circular Letter. &c2:353.
  • Resolves of the House of Lords respecting the Province of the Massachusetts Bay.2:436. 2:444.
  • Resolves of the House of Commons on the same.2:468.

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

  • Resolves of the House of Burgesses of Virginia2:534.
  • Resolves of the House of Representatives of Pensyl- vania.[ Pennsylvania] 2:563.
  • Resolves of the Representa- tives[ Representatives]of the Massachusetts Bay.2:572.
  • 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

Boston Their proceedings about the Troops tarrying in Boston &c2:571 see index

  • Boston Petition to the King.2:588
  • Boston Meets and chooses a Committee to Answer, Bar- nard[ Sir Francis Bernard]& Gages[ Thomas Gage]Letters.2:697
  • Boston Their Votes with regard to the Importers.2:Ibid.
  • Virginia House of Burgesses Council of, their Address to Lord Bottetourt.2:531.
  • Venus. Transit of.2:525.
  • Virginia Inhabitants of, their Agreement, after their Assembly was dissolved. &c.2:534.

Votes of the Town of Boston respecting the Troops.2:571. see index

  • Virginia House of Bur- gesses[ Burgesses]their address to the King praying him not to Act on the Statue of Harry 8th, with regard to America.2:540
  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:554.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Messages to Governor >Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:554. 2:571.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Resolves.2:572.

Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]2 Messages.* they refuse to grant Money for Troops.2:580. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech tell him they acquiese in his going away.2:582.
  • Troops arrive at Boston, and what followed.2:263. 2:297.
  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.

Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619. see index

  • Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730.
  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Representatives may sue for their wages, Andrew Marvel did so2:193

Representatives House of South Carolina refuses to vote Money for ye[ the]Kings Troops2:690. 2:745. see index

  • Representatives House of Virginia Their Address to the King, praying him not to extend the Statute of Harry 8th to America2:540
  • Reformation in Eng- land[ England], how it first began2:107.
  • Russia War. &c2:667
  • Statute De Tallagio non concedendo.2:814.
  • Sun. the Distance of from the Earth.2:680.
  • Scotch Mens advertise- ment[ advertisement], about disposing of their Goods.2:692.

South Carolina, House of Representatives, refuse to raise money for the Kings Troops2:690. 2:745 see index

  • Scotland, Number of Souls there2:207.
  • Stamp Act, as alarming to America, as King James 2d dispensing power2:276
  • Slavery, he that would enslave, would also kill Me, were it in his Power2:661
  • vide plate Struck at yt.[ that]Time2:Ibid. 2:297
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.
  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.

Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730. see index

  • Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735.
  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Troops Great danger from Troops among a free People.2:319 2:746.
  • Troops proceedings against them at Law in England.2:495.
  • Troops Absurdity of sen- ding[ sending]them to Boston.2:619.
  • Troops their bad beha- viour[ behavior]in Boston.2:730.

Troops Fire upon the Inhabitants of Boston.2:735. see index

  • vide a full and true account of their behaviour[ behavior]&c in the Journals of the Times.
  • Troops Great danger from Troops among a free People.2:319 2:746.
  • Troops Contrary to Law2:295*
  • Representatives of the Province A List of them who voted to Rescind.2:Ibid.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Letter to Lord Hillsborough[ Wills Hill]on the subject of Rescinding and Complain of Governor Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:165.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Message to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]beg he would remove the Troops.2:527.

Representatives of the Province They Resolve they will do no business while the Troops continue in Town.2:Ibid. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Their Answer to Governor Barnard's[ Sir Francis Bernard]Speech.2:554.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Messages to Governor >Barnard.[ Sir Francis Bernard] 2:554. 2:571.
  • Representatives of the Province Their Resolves.2:572.
  • Soliders Arrive at Boston and what followed.2:263.
  • Soldiers Absurdity of sending them to Boston.2:619.
  • Soldiers Proceedings against them at Law in England [pilcrow]2:495.

[hand] see under Soldiers Troops, &c. see index

  • Select Men of Boston their Circular Letter to Call a Convention.2:242.
  • Seabury Samuel Reverend, a Letter from him, about Doctor Chauncy's making use of his name.2:375.
  • [no preceding index entries]

New York Assembly, or House of Representations, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting a Libel, and the providing for Troops.3:2. see index

  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Vote money for the Troops.3:3.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Duration of.3:10.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Letter to them, against voting Money for the Troops3:18.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting a Libel, and the providing for Troops.3:2.

New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Vote money for the Troops.3:3. see index

  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Duration of.3:10.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Letter to them, against voting Money for the Troops3:18.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], Their proceedings relative to Captain Mcdougal.3:350.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], Their Address to Lord Dunmore, in Answer to his first Speech.3:351.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], Their proceedings &[ and]Resolves relative to the Exlusion of Judge Leving- stone[ Levingstone]from a Seat3:404.

New York People, procee- dings[ proceedings]of them, relative to Mc dougals Libel, & the House's granting Money for the Troops3:3. see index

  • 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.
  • [no preceding index entries]

Representatives of the Province of South Carolina, refuse to grant money for the Kings Troops.3:10 see index

  • Representatives of the Province of South Carolina, Their procee- dings[ proceedings]with respect of their Right of Granting Money for the Society of the Bill of Rights.. Etc.3:292. 3:305
  • Representatives of the Peo- ple[ People], whom they pay their Gover- nors,[ Governors]have a check on them3:67.
  • Representatives For the Town of Boston chosen3:115.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their Message to the Governor desire to be remo- ved[ removed]to Boston, or to be dismist.[ dismissed] 3:157.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, Their smart Reply to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]s Message, wherein they In- sist[ Insist]on their Right of setting in Boston. &c: Speak very slightly of th Crown Law- yers[ Insist], and call Lord Hills- borough[ Hillsborough] [ Wills Hill]s Mandate respecting Rescinding, an Impudent One. &c.3:189.
  • Representatives of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, They send it up to the Council.3:Ibid.

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

  • [no following entries]
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, their pro- ceedings[ proceedings]respecting a Libel, and the providing for Troops.3:2.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Vote money for the Troops.3:3.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representations, Duration of.3:10.

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

  • [no following entries]
  • 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.

Monies great, granted by New York Assembly for the Troops3:45. see index

  • Murder of Young Sni- der[ Snider], committed by Ebenezer Richarson3:50. 3:53.
  • Murder Committed by a Man of Wars Man.3:193
  • Murderers, the 2 Kennedy's pardoned3:489.
  • [no preceding index entries]

New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], An Account of the Sums they have advanced for the Troops3:45. see index

  • New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], Governor Lord Dunmore, his first Speech to them, commends them for brea- king[ breaking]the Non Importation A- greement.[ Agreement]&c.3:336.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], Their proceedings relative to Captain Mcdougal.3:350.
  • New York Assembly, or House of Representa- tives[ Representatives], Their Address to Lord Dunmore, in Answer to his first Speech.3:351.
  • Town of Boston, Meet to Celebrate the Anniversary of the Boston Massacre & and choose James Lovell to pronounce an Ora- tion.[ Oration] 3:427.
  • 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. see index

  • Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc.
  • 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.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Soliloquy3:Ibid.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Censured about his Pension3:46
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Prorogues the General Court to Cambridge by vertue[ virtue]of Instructions3:57

Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the Town of Roxbury, tells them, that he had no Authority over the Kings Troops3:61 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Speech to the Assembly, tells them he designed to have met them at Boston, but he was other- wise[ otherwise]Instructed3:63
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor His Answer to the House of Representatives in answer to their Message, tells them the King has a right to order where they shall set.3:64
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor Frequently in Consultation with Commissioner Robinson after the Massacre3:64
  • Preston Thomas. Captain his Thanks to the Town of Bos- ton[ Boston] 3:61.
  • Preston Thomas. Captain His Narrative of the Massacre.3:155.
  • Preston Thomas. Captain Tried for Murder &[ Captain]cleared3:298.

Petition of the Town of Roxbury to Governor Hutchin- son[ Hutchinson]for a Removal of the Troops from Boston.3:61. see index

  • Petition of the City of London to the King.3:106.
  • Petition Another.3:178.
  • Petition Another.3:556.
  • Richardson Ebenezer. Indicted, but his Trial postponed.3:79.
  • Richardson Ebenezer. Convicted.3:95.
  • Richardson Ebenezer. An enquiry why he is not hanged, &c. and the Reason.3:437.

Roxbury Town of, their peti- tion[ petition]to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]for the Removal of the Troops from Boston.3:61. see index

  • Representatives of the Province Massachusetts Bay, their message to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], re- specting[ respecting]his proroguing the Court by vertue[ virtue]of Instructions, and they remonstrate against it, as an In- fringement[ Infringement]of the Charter, and a Hurt to the College.3:64. 3:70.
  • 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.

Troops, made to evacuate the Town of Boston, by the Spirited Conduct of the In- habitants.[ Inhabitants] 3:61. 3:64. see index

  • Troops, King may Sta- tion[ Station]them where he pleases.3:974.
  • Troops, Liberty al- ways[ always]in danger from them.3:1011.
  • Troops, See also Soldiers.
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor of the Massachusetts Bay,

Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Much blamed for his conduct, respecting the remo- val[ removal]of the Troops3:73 see index

  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Adviser to Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard]in all his Schemes &c.3:78
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Wrote home desir- ing[ desiring]not to be appointed Governor but always aiming at the chair3:79
  • Hutchinson, Thomas, Governor Said to be a Trimmer, on his going to Church3:86
  • 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.

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. see index

  • Numbers in America3:161. 3:704.
  • Numbers in America of Men, raised last War by this Province.3:249.
  • Numbers in America in Great Britain France &[ and]Spain.3:384.
  • Informer, Jesse Savil, tar- red[ tarred]and Feathered3:71

Jamacia[ Jamaica]Island Assembly of dissolved by Governor Trelaw- ney[ Trelawney], because they would not provide for the Kings troops3:82 see index

  • Ireland a riot there against the Court party, and their House of Commons spirited in the Cause of liberty3:85
  • Informer, Owen Richards, Tarred, and Feathered3:121
  • Informer, Prosecutes Young Jones3:341
  • Collector Harrison, a great enemy to the Colonies, an Account of his Life.3:223.

Castle William, Surrende- red[ Surrendered]to the Regular Troops, by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:242 see index

  • Castle William On the Surrender3:443.
  • Castle William Governor Pownal[ Thomas Pownall]say's he would not have delivered it up, on any Account, or by any Order3:253 3:249.
  • Castle William Why ordered to be Surrender'd[ Surrendered]- the Reasons given by Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson] 3:283
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Severely censured and called Arch fiend3:187
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor An Implicit pa- rallel[ parallel]drawn between him, and the Traytor[ Traitor]Tresilian a corrupt chief Judge, (by the House of Representatives)3:189
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Answer to the Message of the House of Representatives, in their Answer to his Speech at the opening of the Sessions, when prorogues the Court3:190

Hutchinson Thomas, Governor He delivers Castle William to the Regular Troops3:242 see index

  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Much blamed for it3:243
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor Censured for it, he will be Cursed for it.3:250
  • Hutchinson Thomas, Governor His Speech to the General Court acquaints them that he has delivered up the Castle &c.3:254
  • Paoli bribed by the Duke of Grafton.3:208.

Pownal Governor his Speech in Favor of America says the Castle ought not to have been delivered to the Regular Troops: if he had received an order he would not have obey'd[ obeyed]it because the Governor by the Charter out to have the Supreme Command3:249. see index

  • Portsmouth in Eng- land[ England], a Great Fire there, Burns the Kings Dock &c.3:246.
  • Pemberton Ebenezer Reverend, Created Doctor of Divi- vinity[ Divinity] 3:281.
  • Paxton Charles, the Way he got his Money. &c.3:327.
  • Impressing men Legal3:399
  • Judge Livingston, ex- cluded[ excluded]a Seat in the New York Assembly3:404
  • Independency of the American British Colonies asserted.3:413

Jersey New Assembly of de- cline[ decline]to grant any money for the Kings Troops3:486 see index

  • Judge Trowbridge, his charge to the Jury, on the Trial of the Soldiers3:903.
  • Judge Trowbridge, Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]on the same3:983.
  • Riots, Who by Law may Suppress them.3:966.3:976.
  • Rhode Island, a Plan for Altering the Constitution of it.3:595.
  • Rebellion, what it is.3:599.

Representatives of New Jersey refuse to grant money for the Kings Troops.3:486. see index

  • Representatives of Virginia to the King, a Petition, against laying taxes. Etc.3:452.
  • Soldiers with Captain Preston at their Head, Massacre the Inhabitants of Boston.3:60.
  • Soldiers They are arraig- ned[ arraigned], plead not Guilty3:234.
  • Soldiers Tried & Cleared3:325.Etc. 2 Branded3:328. 3:785.Etc. Etc. vid. Vindex[ Samuel Adams]& Philanthropy[ Jonathan Sewall]

Soldiers Their Feelings. Etc. when they may Fire on Persons. Etc.3:854. 3:855.See Also under Troops. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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. see index

  • Troops, Liberty al- ways[ always]in danger from them.3:1011.
  • Troops, See also Soldiers.
  • Trade Acts. vid Acts of Trade.
  • Treasurers of the Province of South Carolina, Commit ted[ Committed]to Goal[ Jail]for Contempt of the House &c.3:619.
  • Trowbridge. Edmund Judge, his Charge to the Jury on the Trial of the Soldiers.3:963.

Treason in Resisting the King Troops.3:976. see index

  • Tarring & Feathering. see under Informer.
  • Merchants & Traders, See under Mer- chants.[ Merchants]Etc.
  • 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. see index

  • Troops, See also Soldiers.
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Satirized for his Conformity to the Church3:437
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, His Speech to the General Court, desires they would encourage the the raising of Men for the King, &c.3:441
  • Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Invited to an entertainment at Harvard College, an account of the Parade, anthem &c. on the occasion3:441

Hutchinson Thomas Governor of the Massachu- setts[ Massachusetts]Bay, Issues a procla- mation[ proclamation], to recruit the Kings Troops3:Ibid see index

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  • Militia Answered3:107.
  • Militia Strangely Neglected3:78.
  • Militia Act once preven- ted[ prevented]an Invasion from France by the Prime Ministers reading it3:78.

Militia Troops the Num- ber[ Number]of sent by this Province to Louisbourge3:Ibid. see index

  • Militia to Nova Scotia3:Ibid.
  • Militia Number of employ ed[ employed]by New England, especially by this Province the Last War3:78.
  • Militia An Excellent peice[ piece]on the Discipline: the Hardships our forefathers under event are enumerated. &c.3:405.
  • Adams John Esquire[ John Adams]his plea- dings[ pleadings]for the Soldiers, con- cerned[ concerned]in the Massacre.3:933.
  • Assault in Law what.3:951 3:983
  • Admiralty Vice Court of, in America, very Illegal3:331. 3:379 3:517. 3:640.

Army, see under Soldiers. & Troops. see index

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  • 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.

Troops, See also Soldiers. see index

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New York, Province of their Re- presentatives[ Representatives], vote money for the Troops.4:27. see index

  • New York wont[ will not], receive Judge Leving- stone[ Robert R. Livingston]into their House.4:33.
  • New York adopt the Virginia Resolves: choose a Committee of Correspondence.4:446.
  • New York wont[ will not]suffer to be brought before them, the proceedings of the Continental Congress. are a venal ignorant House.4:644.
  • Church, and Congegration, Foundation of the new on laid.4:104.
  • Church, and Congegration, the Roof raised.4:168.
  • Church, and Congegration, meet, for the First time, in the new Meeting.4:332.

Castle William, queries respecting the delivery of it to the British Troops, &c.4:47. see index

  • Constitutional Society in London, their proceedings.4:52.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their answer to the Governor Speech.4:90.
  • Council of the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, their Answer to the Governor Speech: wherein they define our Rights, and privileges, and declare that the Parliament have no right to tax us; and justify our Town meet- ings[ meetings], &c.4:224.
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Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor much blamed for delivering the Castle to the Re- gular[ Regular]Troops: queries propounded to him on that subject, &c,4:47. see index

  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court, will let them set in Boston, if they wont deny the kings Right to remove them by instructions, &c, &c, and purposes the erection of new Courts, &c.4:59.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor he has done more real hurt to new England, than can be easily imagined.4:61.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Speech to the General Court when he dissolved them: insists that the King has a right to keep the Court where he thinks proper.4:69.
  • Trimmers, or luke warm Friends to liberty, do more harm to the cause, than the protest enemies.4:43.
  • Town of Braintree meet, and vote to have Lecture on Government An- nually[ Annually]. [parallels].4:45.
  • Troops British, leave the Castle, and embark on a secret expedition: more arrive from Halifax, and take possession of the Castle.4:124,4:182.

See page4:65, column 1st, under Troops British, &c. see index

  • Thunder, greater than has been for 20 years past: struck Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s House, &c.4:129.
  • Tax, proportion of, in each town to a thousand Pounds.4:122.
  • Towns, numbers of in the Prov- ince[ Province]of Bay. [diamond]. [pilcrow]4:Ibid.
  • Temple John, a late Commissioner, advanced in england.4:53,4:42.
  • Trimmers, or luke warm Friends to liberty, do more harm to the cause, than the protest enemies.4:43.
  • Town of Braintree meet, and vote to have Lecture on Government An- nually[ Annually]. [parallels].4:45.

Troops British, leave the Castle, and embark on a secret expedition: more arrive from Halifax, and take possession of the Castle.4:124,4:182. see index

  • See page4:65, column 1st, under Troops British, &c.
  • Thunder, greater than has been for 20 years past: struck Governor Oliver[ Andrew Oliver]s House, &c.4:129.
  • Tax, proportion of, in each town to a thousand Pounds.4:122.
  • Towns the Number of, who come into the Boston Measures, respect- ing[ respecting]Grievances, &c.4:215,4:218,4:244.
  • Towns Meetings respecting our Grievances, Justified by the Council.4:226.- by the House,4:250.
  • Towns * their proportion of the Boston inhabitants, ordered by the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Provincial Congress to provide for, &c.4:723.

Troops, the Fatal tendency of their being placed in Free cities &c. or stationed there.4:287,4:290,4:1078,4:1196,4:1245, See under Army Landing. see index

  • Towns Meetings respecting our Grievances, Justified by the Council.4:226.- by the House,4:250.
  • Towns * their proportion of the Boston inhabitants, ordered by the Massa.[ Massachusetts]Provincial Congress to provide for, &c.4:723.
  • Troops, the Fatal tendency of their being placed in Free cities &c. or stationed there.4:287,4:290,4:1078,4:1196,4:1245, See under Army Landing.

Troops, Troops, British arrive at Boston.4:514,4:518,4:526,4:546,4:571,4:596,4:600,4:604,4:624. see index

  • Troops, the Numbers in Boston.4:546,4:616.
  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Numbers from of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]to South Carolina, both inclusive.4:617.
  • Numbers of Souls, in Scotland.4:643.
  • Numbers of Members for Counties, in Great Britain.4:Ib.

Numbers of Troops, in Boston.4:546. see index

  • Numbers that met in Newhampshire[ New Hampshire], Provincial Congress.4:680.
  • Numbers of the killed, & wounded of the British Forces at Bunker Hill.4:775.4:761,4:765,4:785,4:818.

Troops, the Numbers in Boston.4:546,4:616. see index

  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Act of Parliament, the King Assents to it.4:546.
  • Act of Parliament, called the declaratory Act.4:524.
  • Act of Parliament, a Burlesque one, on the proceed- ings of Parliament relative to America.4:529.

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

  • Act of Parliament, for establishing the Catholic Religi- on[ Religion]in Canada, and altering the Laws, &c.4:559.
  • Act of Parliament, For Restraining the New england Trade.4:721.
  • Act of Parliament, for consciliating measures with the Colonies, proposed by Lord Chatham.4:734.

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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.

New York nobly refuse Vessels for Transports, to carry Troops to Boston, & Workman to build Barracks, &c, &c,4:583,4:590. see index

  • 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.
  • New York Fired on by a Ship of War.4:793,4:797.
  • Sudbury, see Town of.
  • Suffolk County, meet by their Deputies on Grievances, resolve, &c.4:576.
  • Selectmen [diamond] of the Town of Bos- ton[ Boston], & Committee of Correspondence, their notification to prevent Carpenters, &c, building Barracks, &c.4:583.

Scott Joseph detected in selling ball, &c. to the Troops, which makes a very great clamour, &c.4:588. see index

  • Scituate, see Town of.
  • Skins, a Woman's taken up, floating in the Harbour[ Harbor].4:598.
  • Ships of war arrive in Boston. 2 6 2 4[4:624].

Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596. see index

  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
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Speech of Lord Viscount Gage[ Thomas Gage], against quartering Troops in Cities, &c.4:608. see index

  • Speech of Governor Johnstone, (an excellent one), in[ favor]of America.4:729.
  • Speech of ditto in[ favor]of America, and against Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson]: says that a Fort even with a single Gun, can dis- lodge[ dislodge]any Ship of War, &c.4:992,4:999.
  • Speech of Lord Camden, in the House of Lords, against committing the American Fish Bill: speaks greatly in[ favor]of America.4:763.
  • Town of Boston, by their Se- lect[ Select]Men, apply to General Gage[ Thomas Gage], on his go- ing[ going]to Fortify the Neck.4:571.
  • Town of Boston, made a Garrison town,4:571,4:573,4:609.
  • Town of Boston, meet, and choose Re- presentatives[ Representatives], & members for a Provincial Congress, &c, instructed them, &c, not to acknowledge the Mandamus Council, &c.4:583.

Town of Boston, thier proceedings, and report, respecting troops being quartered in Town.4:616. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet, and make some stric- tures[ strictures]on General Gage[ Thomas Gage]'s Letter to the Congress: vote thanks to the Continent for their be- nevolence[ benevolence]to them: choose Delegates for a new Provincial Congress.4:640.
  • Town of Boston, meet on Account of the small Pox; vote against Inoculation, &c.4:707.
  • Town of Boston, Blockaded by an Army from the Country.4:723.
  • Troops, the Numbers in Boston.4:546,4:616.
  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.

Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657. see index

  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.
  • Congress Provincial new meet: the number of members, &c.4:664.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that no person ought to work for the Army, &c.4:665.
  • Congress Provincial resolve that the Province ought to be prepared for an Attack, &c, vote a Fast, adjourn to Concord, &c.4:672.

Congress Provincial vote, and resolve against Pedlars: recommend the saving of Rag's to make Paper: commend several Towns for that behaviour[ behavior]to the Troops sent by Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage]to Marshfield.4:677. see index

  • Congress Provincial their address to the inhabitants on the present posture of affairs.4:683.
  • Congress Provincial meet according to adjourn- ment[ adjournment]. resolve that the Province ought not to relax in the opposition to the Acts of Parliament, &c.4:700.
  • Congress Provincial recommend those to the Country, who are removing out of Boston, &c.4:714.
  • Votes, of the Town of Marblehead, to form a Militia, pay them, watch the Tories, &c.4:Ibid.
  • Votes of the same Town, against the addressors to Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson].4:681.
  • Votes of the Representatives of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, on Governor Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], &c. Letters, say they were design'd[ designed]to subvert the Con- stitution[ Constitution], &c.4:303.

Votes of the Massachusetts bay Congress: approve of the behavi- our[ behavior]of several Towns, to the Troops sent by General Gage[ Thomas Gage], to the Town of Marsh field[ Marshfield].4:677. see index

  • Votes of the County of Fre- derick[ Frederick], on the Boston Port Bill, &c.4:527.
  • Votes of the County of Wor- cester[ Worcester], relating to the forming themselves into Regiments; & the Grievances of America, &c.4:587.
  • Votes of the County of Cumberland, on the Grievances of America, &c.4:585.
  • Address From Nov. Anglus[ Novanglus] [ John Adams], in answer to Massachu'tensis[ Daniel Leonard], shewing[ showing]the grievances of A- merica[ America]: who were the Authors of it, &c, &c4:651,4:655,4:660,4:664,4:669,4:673,4:685,4:691,4:699,4:805,4:709,4:713.
  • Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the King, in answer to his Speech on opening the new Parliament: speak in very high terms, against the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, &c,4:659.
  • Address of the Province of New- hampshire[ New Hampshire], to their Brethren on American Grievances, &c,4:680.

Address of the Selectmen of several Towns, to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], relative to his sending Troops to Marshfield.4:682. see index

  • Address of the Provincial Congress of the Massachusetts Bay, to the inhabitants, on the present posture of Affairs.4:683.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his character drawn,4:630,4:671.

Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his Answer to the address of the Town of Marshfield, thanking him for sending Troops, &c.4:689. see index

  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, guilty of Great perfidy to the People of Boston, in refusing to let them remove their effects.4:746.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, his reply to Governor Trumbal[ Jonathan Trumbull]s Letter.4:730.
  • Gage[ Thomas Gage]Governor, or General, Issues a Proclamation against Rebellion, &c.4:750.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.

Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689. see index

  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.
  • Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905.
  • Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937.
  • Danvers, See Town of.
  • Deposition of John Mills, re- specting[ respecting]a Tar Barrel put on the Beacon.4:328.
  • Deposition of Andrew Campbel on the same.4:335

Deposition of a Man, tarred, and feathered by the British Troops.4:693. see index

  • Deposition of Several Doctors, respect- ing[ respecting]Arsnec[ Arsenic], being mixed with medicines, &c,4:920. See Affidavits.
  • Drowned Persons, a method to re- cover[ recover]them.4:324.
  • Doctors degrees conferred on several persons; both in divinity, and Law, by Harvard College.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.

Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693. see index

  • Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905.
  • Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937.
  • Troops, under General Howe[ William Howe], sail from Halifax.4:961.
  • Religious Assemblies in New England, the Number of.4:123.
  • Revenue from America, produ- ces[ produces]nothing to Great Britain.4:261.
  • Remonstrance, Petition and Ad- dress[ Address]of the city of London to the King on their Grievances.4:283.

Remonstrance of the Town of Billeri- ca[ Billerica]to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], relative to the tarring, &c, a man by the Troops.4:697. see index

  • Rogers Nathaniel resolves of the House of[ Representatives]of Massachusetts Bay, relative to his Letters.4:309.
  • Rogers Nathaniel sollicits[ solicits]for the place of Secretary, and negotiates with Andrew Oliver therefor[ therefore].4:1181.
  • Rutland, See Town of.
  • Town of Marblehead, their Votes, &c, form themselves into Mi- litary[ Military]order, agree to pay for the services, & watch the Tories, &c.4:648.
  • Town of Chelsea, meet, and send a Letter to the Boston Committee of Correspondence.4:654.
  • Town of of Marshfield, meet, agreeable to the Act of Parliament, address Governor, and thank him, &c.4:689.

Town of Billerica, remonstrated to Governor concerning the man who the Troops tarred, &c.4:697. see index

  • Town of Charlestown Burnt[ Burned].4:754.
  • Town of Falmouth Burnt[ Burned].4:825,4:1003.
  • Town of Norfolk Burnt[ Burned]. [diamond]4:881.
  • Essex County meet by their delegates on the Grievances of America, resolve, &c.4:579.
  • Exportation non See under Non, &c.
  • Empire what, (but 3 in Eu- rope[ Europe],) always despotic.4:688. vid. the other Column.

Engagement at Lex- ington[ Lexington], between the British Troops, and our people, which commences hostilities, between Great Britain and the Colonies.4:723,4:737,4:744, see index

  • Engagement at Weymouth.4:739.
  • Engagement at Hog Island.4:743.
  • Engagement at Bunker Hill.4:754.
  • Commons House of America ; so stiled[ styled]by Judge Blackstone.4:171.
  • Constitution British, our's is a Copy of it: a discription of it.4:1074.
  • Colonies British American; See American British Colonies.

Colonies British American; in general rise, on hearing of the hostilities committed by the British Troops at Lexington. &c.4:727,4:765. see index

  • Colonies British American; Declared by the Continental Congress, Free and Independant States4:971.
  • Colonies British American; their Rights as men, and Christians Stated.4:1089.
  • Cambridge ; See Town of
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], members for another, chosen by the Province of South Carolina.4:708.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], choose Doctor Franklin a Member.4:735.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], take affidavits, respect- ing[ respecting]the Lexington Fight.4:737,4:747.

Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Advise New York how to behave, in case any more troops ar- rive[ arrive].4:739. see index

  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], choose John Han- cock[ Hancock], President.4:746.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve to stop importation to sundry places.4:747,4:750: Respect- ing[ Respecting]Bills of Exchange drawn by any British Officer.4:751.
  • Congress Continent- al[ Continental], address the Canadi- ans[ Canadians]on the taking Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ].4:756.
  • Albany County, adopt the measures of the Continental Congress. &c,4:664.
  • Address of the Council of New Jersey. in answer to Governor Franklin[ William Franklin]s Speech [parallels]4:681. Vid. Petitions, &c.
  • Affidavits taken by the Continental Congress, relative to the engagement at Lexing- ton[ Lexington].4:737,4:744. See under Depositions.

Amhirst Amherst. Sir Jeffrey, the Number of Troops which he said it would take to con- quer[ conquer]the Colonies.4:756. see index

  • Allen Ethan assists in taking Ticonderoga[ Ticonderoga ].4:735, &c.
  • Assembly General new, of the Massachusetts Bay, convene.4:774.
  • Assembly General choose New Members for the Continental Congress.4:863.
  • Speech of Governor Montague[ Charles Greville Montagu], at the dissolution of the Assembly of South Carolina.4:197.
  • Speech of Lord Chatham, in the House of Lords, on American Affairs.4:552,4:553,4:579.
  • Speech of ditto in[ Favor]of America.4:710.

Speech of ditto urging a removal of the Troops from America say Boston &c.4:823. see index

  • Speech of ditto proposes a very pernicious plan for America.4:734.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve to make money: lay a Plan to call it in.4:837.

Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve to have a just, and well authenticated Account of the Hostilities commit- ted[ committed]by the British Troops, &c.4:839. see index

  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], notify that the King will not receive their Petition of the Congress.4:843.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Appoint Gentlman to repair to Canada, to form an Army.4:851.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their remarks on the King's Proclamation.4:859.
  • Resolves of the Contin- ental[ Continental]Congress, against the exportation of any Merchandize to the Isle of Man, or any other part of the British Dominions, &c.4:798.
  • Resolves to Issue Bills of Credit, and how to call them in.4:837.

Resolves that a just, and well Authenticated Account of the hostilities committed by the Bri- tish[ British]Troops, be exhibited, &c.4:839. see index

  • Resolves to support the Cur- rency[ Currency].4:882.
  • Resolves that all Persons who have been mislead be treated with le- nity[ lenity]: and great power given to Committees.4:888.
  • Resolves to appoint a Fast.4:908.
  • Town of Boston, inhabitants, not permitted to leave the Town.4:727.
  • Town of Boston, a grat Fire there.4:735,4:739.
  • Town of Boston, General Gage[ Thomas Gage]breaks his capitulation with them.4:746.

Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859. see index

  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Establish they pay of Officers, and appoint the General Officers in the Continental Army and publish General Washington[ George Washington]s Commis- sion[ Commission]. 869.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], Establish an Hospital, with the Officers pay.4:874.
  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], resolve against those who refuse to take the Continental money.4:882.

Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], their account of the defeat of their Troops in Canada.4:886. see index

  • Continental, say Congress Continent- al[ Continental], they resolve that all persons who have been misled be treated with lenity: and give great power to Committees, &c.4:888.
  • 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.
  • Numbers
  • Numbers of Men in Arms in America.4:767.

Numbers of Troops, blockaded in Boston.4:900,4:923,4:939. see index

  • Numbers of Troops, to be em- ployed[ employed]against America, Anno. 1776.4:937.
  • Numbers and names, of the de- puties[ deputies]for the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1676,4:953.
  • Numbers number of Fighting Men, &c, in any Country.4:975.
  • Town of Boston, transactions there by the British Troops: with the prices of things.4:859.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.

Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905. see index

  • Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917.
  • Town of Boston, the great importance of Fortifying the Harbour[ Harbor]belonging to it.4:924,4:931.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.

Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905. see index

  • Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937.
  • Troops, under General Howe[ William Howe], sail from Halifax.4:961.
  • Address From the City of London, to the Electors of Great Britain, on the af- fairs[ affairs]of America, &c.4:857.
  • Address of the House of Commons, to the King; promise to support him in sub- duing[ subduing]America.4:882.
  • Address From the Author of Com- mon[ Common]sense, to the Quakers.4:911.

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

  • Address of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to the same, on the same.4:913.
  • Address of the city of Belfast to the King: beg he would be reconciled to the Colonies, &c.4:945.
  • Address Petition, &c, to the King, from the city of London, in behalf of America.4:956.
  • Assembly General new, of the Massachusetts Bay, convene.4:774.
  • Assembly General choose New Members for the Continental Congress.4:863.
  • Assembly General resolve against depreciating the Bills of Credit, &c.4:896.

Assembly General Their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of the Town of Boston by the British Troops.4:912. See Court. see index

  • Anarchy, not so dangerous as Tyranny.4:1238.
  • Act of the State of the Massachusetts bay prescribing an Oath of Fidelity, & Allegiance.4:1034.4:1068.
  • Act [diamond] to prevent the return of Tories.4:1067.
  • Town of Boston, Thursday Lecture clo- sed[ closed],4:867.- Opened again.4:913.
  • Town of Boston, Beseiged by the Army of the United states.4:897.
  • Town of Boston, evacuated by the British Troops: &c,- the Army of the United Colonies take possession of it.4:905.

Town of Boston, meet for the first time af- ter[ after]the Troops leaving it: choose their officers.4:917. see index

  • Town of Boston, the great importance of Fortifying the Harbour[ Harbor]belonging to it.4:924,4:931.
  • Numbers
  • Numbers of Men in Arms in America.4:767.
  • Numbers of Troops, blockaded in Boston.4:900,4:923,4:939.

Numbers of Troops, to be em- ployed[ employed]against America, Anno. 1776.4:937. see index

  • Numbers and names, of the de- puties[ deputies]for the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1676,4:953.
  • Numbers number of Fighting Men, &c, in any Country.4:975.
  • Numbers of British Troops, &c, supposed to be at Long Island, &c New York.4:1001,4:1006.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.
  • Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905.

Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937. see index

  • Troops, under General Howe[ William Howe], sail from Halifax.4:961.
  • Commons House of in England, debates in it, respecting America, and the Friendly terms offered by Lord Chatham, &c4:741.
  • Commons House of in England, debates in it, on American affairs.4:875,4:877,4:881,4:882.
  • Commons House of in England, their address to the King; promise to support him in subduing the Colonies.4:882.

Commons House of in England, debates in it, on the American war, and hiring Foreign Troops, &c.4:947. see index

  • Church, and Congegration, meet- ing[ meeting]in Brattle Street, vote to build a new Church.4:29.
  • Church, and Congegration, Demolish the old one.4:81.
  • Church, and Congegration, Foundation of the new on laid.4:104.
  • Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ]Stores taken there.4:739.
  • Tories, and Crown point, thoughts of taking it laid aside by the English Troops, who retire.4:1041,4:1056.
  • Test, framed by the Great Assembly of the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay.4:949.

Treaty between King George, & Duke of Brunswick realative to sending troops to America.4:951. see index

  • Treaty with France.4:1018, &c.
  • Address of the Selectmen of the Town of Boston, to the same, on the same.4:913.
  • Address of the city of Belfast to the King: beg he would be reconciled to the Colonies, &c.4:945.
  • Address Petition, &c, to the King, from the city of London, in behalf of America.4:956.

Address proposed in the House of Lords, to the King, on the shameful contract made with the German Princes for Troops, &c,4:960. see index

  • Address of the Congress of Georgia, in answer to President Bullocks[ Archibald Bulloch]Speech.4:999.
  • Address From the Continental Con- gress[ Congress], to the People of Great Britain.4:1204.
  • Address from the same, to the Inhabitants of the Colonies [diamond].4:1213.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]His Letter to General Lee[ Charles Lee ]desires an Interview &c4:776.
  • Burgoyne General[ John Burgoyne ]His Letter to a Noble Lord.4:844.
  • British Army, See Army British.

Bull Alderman, his Spi- rited[ Spirited]Speech relative tot he hiring Foreign Troops, &c.4:960. see index

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  • Speech of Governor Franklyns[ William Franklin], to the Assembly of New Jersey, on American Affairs.4:858.
  • Speech of Lord Mayor Wilkes[ John Wilkes], in the House of Commons, on American Affairs, &c.4:877.
  • of Ditto, to the livery of London, when he failed of being chosen Chamberlain of London ; says the nation is ripe for Destruction, &c.4:1054.

Speech spirited one of Al- derman[ Alderman]Bull[ Frederick Bull], on the Treaties for For- eign[ Foreign]Troops to be sent to America.4:960. see index

  • Speech of President Bullock[ Archibald Bulloch], to the Provincial Congress of Georgia.4:996.
  • Speech his answer.4:1000.
  • Speech of one of the Depu- ties[ Deputies]of a Province in Holland on a Demand of the British King for Troops.4:1023.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.
  • Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905.
  • Troops, the number intended to be employed against the Americans, in the Year, 1776.4:937.

Troops, under General Howe[ William Howe], sail from Halifax.4:961. see index

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Troops British, arrive at Sand y[ Sandy]Hook, New York.4:965,4:969. see index

  • Lee[ Charles Lee]General his Strictures on a Letter, wrote by a Tory.*4:1257.
  • Lamp Act, abstract of4:456,4:476.
  • Liberty Tree, cut down by order of General Gage[ Thomas Gage].4:793.

Long Island taken posses- sion[ possession]of, by the British Troops.4:969,4:1001,4:1016. see index

  • Long Island evacuated by the Ar- my[ Army]of the United States,4:1005,4:1008,4:1010,4:1016
  • Long Island a discription of it,4:1013.
  • Long Island a discription of it,4:1013.
  • Troops British, arrive at Sand y[ Sandy]Hook, New York.4:965,4:969.

Troops British, land, on Long Island.4:969,4:1001,4:1016,4:1026. see index

  • Troops British, land on Statten[ Staten]Island.4:973.
  • Troops British, defeated at South Caro- lina[ Carolina].4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1043.
  • Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987.

Troops British, land on Statten[ Staten]Island.4:973. see index

  • Troops British, defeated at South Caro- lina[ Carolina].4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1043.
  • Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987.
  • Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017.
  • Selectmen of Boston, their address to General Washington[ George Washington], on the evacuation of Boston, &c.4:913.
  • See coulumn 1st under Selectmen of Bos- ton[ Boston], &c.
  • Swizerland[ Switzerland], History of that Country: extent of it. the Strug- gles[ Struggles]it has had to maintain its liberty, &c.4:952.

State of South Carolina : the British Troops, & Fleet defeated there.4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1047. see index

  • State of South Carolina adopt a New Government.4:947.
  • State of Virginia, adopt a new Form of Government.4:979.
  • State of Rhode Is- land[ Island]Assembly, approve of the declaration of independancy.4:981.
  • Troops British, arrive at Sand y[ Sandy]Hook, New York.4:965,4:969.
  • Troops British, land, on Long Island.4:969,4:1001,4:1016,4:1026.
  • Troops British, land on Statten[ Staten]Island.4:973.

Troops British, defeated at South Caro- lina[ Carolina].4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1043. see index

  • Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987.
  • Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017.
  • Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053.

Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987. see index

  • Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017.
  • Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053.
  • Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid.
  • Numbers of Troops, to be em- ployed[ employed]against America, Anno. 1776.4:937.
  • Numbers and names, of the de- puties[ deputies]for the Colony of Massachusetts Bay, 1676,4:953.
  • Numbers number of Fighting Men, &c, in any Country.4:975.

Numbers of British Troops, &c, supposed to be at Long Island, &c New York.4:1001,4:1006. see index

  • Numbers of Regiments, belonging to Great Britain : how many have sailed for America, and where stationed, &c,4:1027.
  • Numbers of inhabitants in America.4:1098, &c.
  • Numbers supposed by the Continental Congress, to be in Boston.4:1209.
  • Troops British, land on Statten[ Staten]Island.4:973.
  • Troops British, defeated at South Caro- lina[ Carolina].4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1043.
  • Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987.

Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017. see index

  • Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053.
  • Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid.
  • Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057.
  • Speech spirited one of Al- derman[ Alderman]Bull[ Frederick Bull], on the Treaties for For- eign[ Foreign]Troops to be sent to America.4:960.
  • Speech of President Bullock[ Archibald Bulloch], to the Provincial Congress of Georgia.4:996.
  • Speech his answer.4:1000.

Speech of one of the Depu- ties[ Deputies]of a Province in Holland on a Demand of the British King for Troops.4:1023. see index

  • Speech the first Speech of Governor Levingstone[ William Livingston]to the Assembly of New Jersey.4:1028.
  • Speech of Governor Barnard[ Sir Francis Bernard], extracts from, in[ favor]of the Colonies.4:1217, &c.
  • Tories, definition of.4:81.4:676.-modern one.4:81.
  • Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ], taken by the United Colonies.4:735,4:743.
  • Tieconderago[ Ticonderoga ]Stores taken there.4:739.

Tories, and Crown point, thoughts of taking it laid aside by the English Troops, who retire.4:1041,4:1056. see index

  • Test, framed by the Great Assembly of the Colony of the Massachusetts Bay.4:949.
  • Treaty between King George, & Duke of Brunswick realative to sending troops to America.4:951.
  • Treaty with France.4:1018, &c.
  • Town of Boston, an expedition there, carryed[ carried]on against the enemies fleet, and to fortify the Harbour[ Harbor]: they drive of the fleet, &c.4:956,4:957.
  • Town of Boston, was to have been left by General Howe[ William Howe], but was to have had a strong Garrison left there, &c.4:968.
  • Town of Boston, the reason why it was evacuated.4:1004,4:1006,4:1063.

Town of Boston, meet, and come into measures relative to the making out account. losses suffered by the british Troops.4:1045. see index

  • Town of Roxbury, meet, on receiving a Letter from the Town of Boston, on the independency of the Judges, &c: their trans- actions[ transactions], &c.4:189.
  • Town of Roxbury, their further transactions, & resolves.4:201.
  • Town of Roxbury, unfair management, said to have been at the Meeting.4:206.
  • Troops British, defeated at South Caro- lina[ Carolina].4:979,4:982,4:987,4:1007,4:1043.
  • Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987.
  • Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017.

Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053. see index

  • Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid.
  • Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057.
  • Troops British, take Rhode Island -4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.
  • State of Rhode Is- land[ Island]Assembly, approve of the declaration of independancy.4:981.
  • State of Rhode Is- land[ Island]enact, that the King shall not be payed for.4:986.
  • State of New Jersey adopt a New Form of Goverment.4:983.

State of New Jersey proceedings there of the enemy, and the transactions of our Troops there.4:1053. see index

  • State of Pennsylvania ; declare what treason is.4:1011.
  • State of Massachusetts Bay Assembly, resolve to send all the Boston poor back.4:1036.
  • Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017.
  • Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053.
  • Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid.

Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057. see index

  • Troops British, take Rhode Island -4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.
  • Troops British, determined for Philadelpha.4:1065.
  • Troops British, now very indifferent Soldiers.4:1260.
  • Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053.
  • Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid.
  • Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057.

Troops British, take Rhode Island -4:1060,4:1061,4:1065. see index

  • Troops British, determined for Philadelpha.4:1065.
  • Troops British, now very indifferent Soldiers.4:1260.
  • See page4:67, column 1, under Towns.
  • Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid.
  • Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057.
  • Troops British, take Rhode Island -4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.

Troops British, determined for Philadelpha.4:1065. see index

  • Troops British, now very indifferent Soldiers.4:1260.
  • See page4:67, column 1, under Towns.
  • See Under Army, British & Soldiers, Engagements, &c.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor severely censured by Governor Johnstone.4:991.
  • Hutchinson[ Thomas Hutchinson], Governor his Letters.4:1144.
  • 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. see index

  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, resolves against him by the Council, respecting his Letters.4:313.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Death.4:459,4:462.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, his Letters, writes very de- minutely degrading of the Councellors: & House of Representatives: proposes the of- ficers[ officers]be made independant.4:1160. &c.

Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, informs of the arrival of Troops.4:1168. see index

  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, writes, that unless those are taken off, who are for standing on the old foundations, the People will be poisoned.4:1169.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, Finds fault with the method of choo- sing[ choosing]Juries.4:1170.
  • Oliver Andrew, Lieutenant Governor, proposes a great alteration in the Council: to have a body of Esquires, &c. out of which the Council to be chosen.4:1171.
  • American British Colonies; the rise of taxing them; who were the authors, abettors, &c. of that Scheme.4:655.
  • American British Colonies; of vast importance to the Mo- ther[ Mother]Country, &c. [parallels]4:939.
  • Army Standing, Liberty always in danger from them.4:2.

Army Standing, what men generally com- poses[ composes]them.4:1196. See under Troops. See Below. see index

  • [parallels] American British Colonies: the Parlia- ment[ Parliament]of Great Britain, have no right to tax, or make Laws for them: they are free States4:226,4:229.4:250.
  • Army of the United Colo- nies[ Colonies], Formed under General Putman[ Israel Putnam]& General Washington[ George Washington], at Cam- bridge[ Cambridge].4:723,4:731.4:761.
  • Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057.
  • Troops British, take Rhode Island -4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.
  • Troops British, determined for Philadelpha.4:1065.

Troops British, now very indifferent Soldiers.4:1260. see index

  • 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.
  • Militia of the Town of Boston, make a grand Appearance, &c.4:151,4:156,4:302,4:366.
  • Militia in England, how cloath- ed[ clothed], and paid, &c.4:168.
  • Militia may make good Soldiers in a few Months.4:1263,4:1264.

Militia a sort of, compose part of the King of Russia's Troops: he gained most of his victories by a sort of Militia.4:1263. see index

  • Militia of America, may make the best of Soldiers to the amount of 100,000 men in a few Months.4:1264,4:1265.
  • Magna Charta, of great consequence; called the Charter of the liberties of England.4:17.
  • Molineaux William his character defended: thanked by the Town of Boston, for his Fidelity in carrying on the wool- ing[ wooling]manufactory, &c.4:45,4:46.
  • Numbers of inhabitants in America.4:1098, &c.
  • Numbers supposed by the Continental Congress, to be in Boston.4:1209.
  • Numbers of Men, in America, capable of bearing Arms.4:1261.

Numbers of Troops, (Infantry,) in Great Britain. [diamond-zero].4:1263. see index

  • North Carolina House of Representatives, emit money to discharge the expences of the War against the Regulators.4:27.
  • North Carolina adopt the measures of Virginia House: choose a Committee of Correspondence, &c.4:453.
  • North Carolina Province of meet by their Deputies on the Grievances of America, resolve, &c: choose Members for a Continental Congress, &c,4:589.
  • Numbers of Fighting men, in the Province of Massachusetts Bay.4:429.
  • Numbers in America.4:712.
  • Numbers of Roman Catholics, in Canada.4:558.

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

  • Numbers of those who were on the March to Assist Boston, on a false Alarm,4:564,4:571,4:578,4:592,4:593.
  • Numbers from of Newhampshire[ New Hampshire]to South Carolina, both inclusive.4:617.
  • Numbers of Souls, in Scotland.4:643.
  • Troops British, defeated at Virginia, under Lord Dunsmore.4:987.
  • Troops British, take the City of New York.4:1012,4:1017.
  • Troops British, take Fort Washington.4:1048,4:1053.

Troops British, land on the Jersey shore.4:Ibid. see index

  • Troops British, advancing to Philadelphia ; see the hand Bill published by the Commit- tee[ Committee]of Safety there.4:1057.
  • Troops British, take Rhode Island -4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.
  • Troops British, determined for Philadelpha.4:1065.
  • Troops, in Boston, where they are to be quartered when they break up the encampment, where at present they are encamped, &c.4:596.
  • Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616.
  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.

Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid. see index

  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.
  • Troops, commit a great riot in Boston, Tar, &c, a Man, (a) &c.4:693.
  • Troops, Beging Evacuate Boston,4:905.
  • Burke Edmund, an excellent Speech of his, relative to America, &c.4:783,4:896.
  • Berkshire County, meet by their Deputies, to consult on their Grie- vances[ Grievances], resolve, &c.4:536.
  • Berkshire County prevent the Court from setting.4:679.

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

  • Brattle General, sends a Letter to Governor Gage[ Thomas Gage], which gives great offence, and obliges him to flee to Boston, &c. see his Letter to Gage[ Thomas Gage], & his Answer.4:563.
  • Brown, Councellor, his insolent Answer to the Essex Committee, wont[ will not]resign4:571
  • Brown Enoch, his narrative of the abuse he met with at Court Martial &c,4:586.
  • Hingham. See Town of.
  • Halifax in Nova scotia, dont[ do not]like to have Tea sent there: would exert them- selves[ themselves]in favour[ favor]of Liberty if they dont[ do not]could.4:551,4:570.
  • Hampshire County, meet by their Delegates on the Grievances of America, resolve, &c,4:590.

Hostilities began in America, see Fight. by British Troops. see index

  • Holland, or the 7 United Provin- ces[ Provinces], how they came to revolt, &c,4:799.
  • Holland their Constitution.4:995.
  • Engagement of the United Fleet at Lake Champlain : are totally defeated.4:1029.
  • Engagement from the time of the evacu- ating[ evacuating]New York, &c, a journal of.4:1036.
  • Engagement at Fort Washington, &c,4:1048,4:1053.

See under Canada; Troops British; Ar- my[ Army]British, &c, Army of the United Colonies, &c Soldiers, &c. see index

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  • Soldier, shot in the Common for defection.4:571,4:637.
  • Soldier, english, sometimes Friends to Liberty; a remarkable instance of it.4:768.
  • Soldier, or Sailors in the service of the United States, to have half pay in case, &c.4:1007.

See under Troops; Army & En- gagements[ Engagement]. see index

  • Sandiman Robert, the inscription on his Tomb Stone, &c.4:123.
  • Salaries Granted to the Judges, &c. of the Superior Court of the Massachusetts Bay what.4:156.
  • Salaries of Secretary of the Province what.4:1163,4:1179.

See under Troops British, Soldi- ers[ Soldiers], &c. see index

  • Army New American to be form- ed[ formed]: and the number that each State is to raise, &c,4:1017.
  • Army British, and the united States, situation of, December 1776.4:1057,4:1060,4:1061,4:1065.
  • Anniversary of the Boston Mas- sacre[ Massacre], celebrated at Boston.4:39,4:252,4:460,4:462, 694:693.

Troops, break up their en- campment[ encampment]in Boston, and go into Barracks. 616. see index

  • Troops, officers of, make a great Riot in Boston, assault the Watch, and are bound over to the Court, &c.4:657.
  • Troops, embark, and go to Marshfield.4:Ibid.
  • Troops, March to Salem, to seize Cannon, & return, &c,4:689.

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