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    C. Brought Over

  • Charta. Magna.
    790,1050 [n/a]
  • Charter of the Forest.
    804
  • Clergy Curse of against
    the breakers of Magna Charta,
    and the Chater of the Forest.

    811.812.815.1050 [n/a]
  • Chronology of Arts and
    Sciences.
    1049 [n/a]
  • - - - of the Massachusetts
    Bay.
    1070 [n/a]
  • Charter of the Massaa.
    Bay.
    1077 [n/a]
  • - - - Accounted Sacred buy
    Bishop Burnet
    280
  • Committee of Merchants
    of the Town of Boston their
    Names
    632,634.
  • Commerce, an excellent Essay on,
    and regulations requisite to be made
    in every commercial state
    356
  • Cushing Thomas Esqr. a resolve
    in ye House of Lords to send
    for him, Otis & others to be
    Tried for high Treason
    455 476
  • Church of England
    Characters of them who com-
    pose
    it.
    107
  • - - - High and
    Low Church, origin of them.
    107.
  • - - - not Friendly to liberty
    295.
  • Charters, an excellent
    explanation of vide
    Centinel.
    127
  • Commerce, with Great
    Britain great from the
    Colonies
    133.148.287.476.477.
  • Clergy always dangerous
    133.169.
  • - - - Number of in
    Scotland

    295
  • - - - In England
    Ibid.
  • Castle William the King
    taking possession of submitted
    General Gage
    770
  • - - - uriosities of Art Great [pilcrow] 458 [diamond]
  • [ . . . ] urites number of in England
    1067 [n/a]

    Index

    D

  • Declaratory Bill claiming
    a right to tax the Colonies,
    oppposed by Ld. Camden.
    10
  • Dorr Joseph revd. his
    Death and Character.
    53
  • Dream wonderful, vide
    Biles Mather.
  • - - - Wonderous one, about
    Governor Barnard.
    651
  • Dialogue between a pen-
    sioner
    and Divine.
    176
  • Dissenters. - the Bulwark
    of the republican part of
    the British Constitution.
    295
  • Dogs, Mad.
    729.778.
  • D'Eon's Answer to Docr.
    Musgrave.
    762
  • Dudley Wm. Governor declares
    at ye Council Board, that the
    Privilege of Englishmen would
    not follow ye Americans to the
    ends of the Earth
    59
  • Decree of Judge Lee
    in the Court of Admiral-
    ty

    205
  • Dissenters in England
    Number of
    207.
  • Debates in House of Commons

    370.399.

    E

  • Exports from Great Britain,
    what they used to be before, and
    since the late regulations.
    34
  • Excise when first Intro-
    duced
    in England
    35
  • - - - pernicious &c
    Ibid.
  • Eliot Andrew, Revd. Made a
    Doctor.
    38
  • Essay, a smart one on the
    Impositions laid on the Colonies,
    containing sundry Queries, whether
    Governor Barnard with the
    Ministry have not altered the
    Constitution, and advises what
    to do a this critical Time.
    227
  • Edgarton Town of, thanks
    the Non Rescinders.
    249
  • Essay of Junius's a spirited
    Writer draws the Character of
    the Ministry. &c
    519
  • Election of Councellors for
    the Massachusetts Bay, the
    Proceedings of.
    527
  • Exports from Great
    Britain to the Colo.
    709
  • - - - from the Colo. to
    Great Britain
    Ibid.
  • Earthquake at Kennebeck.
    739
  • - - - Causes of
    736
  • England- a Discription
    of it.
    1067 [n/a]
  • Election Expences , great
    in England
    129.524.774.
  • Election at Middlesex, the
    Electors of, their Rights great-
    ly
    violated, when Mr. Wilkes was
    duly chose, but the Commons
    expelled him, and placed Col.
    Lutterel in his Romo 529 .535
    538.550. vid. also the peti-
    tion
    of Middlesex, and the
    other Petitions, touching this affair
    under Letter P in this & Vol. 3
  • Text in bottom margin [ . . . ] firmation the rite of, not much approved of in the Church of England page 279A
  • Text in right margin [ . . . ] [^]American vid American Clarendon Car [ . . . ] Government in America [652 ?]

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