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    P brought up pa. 10

  • Petition of the Representatives
    of Virginia to the King praying
    that the Statute of Henry 8th
    may not be extended to Ameri-
    ca.

    540.
  • Parliamentary Power
    Extent of an excellent essay on.

    26.29.54.
  • Pensioners more formidable
    to a free People than Troops.
    31
  • Parliament King Cha. 1
    without one, 12 or 13 years
    33.
  • - - - Speech in, by Mr.
    Bourke, wherein he calls our
    Assemblies Parliaments.
    370.
  • Parliaments our Assemblies
    Our Assemblies
    called so by
    Mr Bourke
    Ibid
  • Puritan Witty peices of
    his about Popery, meaning the
    Town's sending bad Represen-
    tatives.

    61.67.77.
  • - - - Letter to him shew-
    ing
    the late measures takes its rise
    from France in league with
    Ld. Bute.
    82.
  • Pensioner and Divine
    a Dialogue between them.
    176.
  • - - - Another in America
    besides Govr. Hutchinson.
    787.
  • Pension why granted to Govr. Hutchinson.
    191.
  • - - - Definition of.
    Ibid.
  • Philadelphia much blamed
    becuase they did not come earlier into
    the non Importation Agreet.
    191.
  • - - - Merchants an Ironical
    Letter on their conduct.
    200.
  • Paoli his Corsicans oath.
    251.
  • - - - his Letter.
    458.
  • - - - his Do to Mr. Trecothick &c
    542.
  • - - - in Danger of being
    Worsted.
    630.
  • vide next Column

    Index

    P brought up

  • Paoli Defeated and obliged
    to flee.
    663.667.
  • - - - his Picture.
    1065 [n/a]
  • - - - Arrives in England.
    761.
  • - - - an a/c of him.
    1060 [n/a]
  • Parody on Liberty Song
    Parodized.
    258.
  • Paxton Charles Com-
    missioner
    his Character drawn.

    304.324.
  • - - - his Complaint
    against Mr Barons.
    669.
  • Pownal Govr. his Dedi-
    cation
    to George Grenville,
    shewing that finally the Ame-
    ricans
    must be Represented
    in Parliament.
    315.
  • Paper. Materials enough in
    America to make it of Tow &c.
    how it is made &c.
    340.357.395.455.
  • Pensylvania House of
    Representatives Their
    Resolves.
    563.
  • Plague the great, in
    London, a particular Narra-
    tive
    of it.
    717.
  • Petitions to the King and
    Account of them.
    718.
  • Pitt WilliamLord
    Chatham his Character
    drawn by Mr Wilkes.
    728
  • Petition of the County
    of Wilts to the King.
    738.
  • - - - From the County
    of Surry to the King.
    738.742.
  • - - - From Westminster.
    Ibid.- - -
  • - - - From the City
    of Worcester.
    758.
  • Petition of Right
    816.
  • Picture of Paoli
    1065 [n/a]
  • - - - of John Wilkes
    124
  • Plate struck at the Arrival
    of a Fleet, and 4 Rigements
    at Boston
    263
  • carrd. 3 leaves Forward [diamond]

    Q

  • Quincy Edmund ye 3d his
    Death and Character.
    125.
  • Queries, Important ones concerning
    the Contentions between the Mother
    Country and Colonies, and which proba-
    bly
    gave rise to the Convention &c
    227
  • - - - on the Disputes
    between G. Britain & the
    Colonies
    318

    R

  • Representatives of the
    Province of the Massachu-
    setts
    Bay, their Answer to Govr.
    Barnard
    about communicating Ld.
    Shelburnes Letter.
    29.
  • - - - Their Resolves about
    encouraging Manufactures.
    34.
  • - - - Their Answer to
    Governor Barnard s Speech
    about the libel.
    39.
  • - - - Their Circular
    Letter to the Speakers of the Houses
    of Representatives on the Conti-
    nent.

    43
  • - - - Their Letter to
    Lord Shelburne about the
    Revenue Acts. &c.
    47.
  • - - - Their petition to
    the King praying relief
    concerning the Revenue Acts
    Regulations. &c
    51.
  • - - - Their Letter to
    General Conway on the
    same.
    55.
  • - - - Their letter to
    Agent Debert on the same. &c.
    59.
  • - - - Their Letter
    to Ld. Camden on the same
    63.
  • - - - Their Letter to
    Ld. Chatham on the same.
    Ibid.
  • vide Over. page
    12.
  • Text in bottom margin: [diamond] page 16

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