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  • Slavery against.
    10.98
  • Sheep great advantage of
    raising them.
    16
  • Shelburne Ld. his Letter to Gov
    Barnard
    , commands him for Ne-
    gativing
    Councellors.
    39.
  • Salem, on their Members voting to
    rescind.
    162.
  • - - - proceedings of that
    Town with regard to their rescinding
    Members.
    184.
  • Sharp Governor, his Speech
    to the House of Delegates of
    Maryland requiring them to
    treat the Circular Letter with
    Contempt.
    162.
  • Secretary of War, his Letter of
    Thanks to the Commanding Officer
    of the Troops employed to quell
    the rioters.
    188.
  • South Carolina. Letter
    from the Speaker of their
    Assembly on the Circular
    Letter.
    202.
  • - - - Speaker of their
    House sends a Letter to the
    Speaker of the Massa. Bay,
    approving of the Circular
    Letter. &c.
    353.
  • Soldiers, Liberty always in
    Danger from them.
    74647735404319234.247.
  • - - - Contrary to Law
    295
  • - - - Account of their
    coming to Boston made
    public.
    249.
  • - - - Arrive at Boston
    and what followed.
    263.
  • - - - Absurdity of sending
    them to Boston.
    619.
  • - - - Proceedings against
    them at Law in England [pilcrow]
    495.
  • [hand] see under
    Soldiers
    Troops, &c.
  • Select Men of Boston their
    Circular Letter to Call a
    Convention.
    242.
  • Seabury Samuel Revd , a
    Letter from him, about Dr.
    Chauncy's making use of his name.
    375.
  • vide Next Column

    Index

    S. Brought up

  • Sailors, kill Lieutenant
    Panton in defence of their
    Liberty and Lives.
    486.
  • - - - Acquitted.
    551.
  • Sewall Joseph revd ,
    his Death and Character
    562.
  • Small Pox, breaks out
    in Boston.
    577.
  • - - - Stop's; with an
    Account of those who had it
    and the Number yt died.
    735.
  • Sloop Liberty Burnt.
    589.
  • South Carolina House
    of Representatives their Resovles.
    668.
  • Standing Army vid
    (when First began) 35
    under Troops & Soldiers
  • Statute De Tallagio non
    concedendo.
    814.
  • Sun. the Distance of
    from the Earth.
    680.
  • Scotch Mens advertise-
    ment
    , about disposing of
    their Goods.
    692.
  • South Carolina, House of
    Representatives, refuse to raise
    money for the Kings Troops
    690.745
  • Scotland, Number of
    Souls there
    207.
  • Stamp Act, as alarming
    to America, as King James
    2d dispensing power
    276
  • Slavery, he that would
    enslave, would also kill
    Me, were it in his Power
    661
  • Suns, or fixed Stars, their
    appearance continually encrea-
    sing
    , proves that there are
    millions of habitable Words
    679.702.705
  • Storm great at Boston,
    Tide higher than has been for
    20 years.
    341.
  • Sugar Act, vid. Molasses Act. [diamond-slash] (a)

    T

  • Town of Boston, vide
    Boston
  • Tea Bohea may be cul-
    tivated
    in America.
    13.
  • - - - Obnoxious Qualities
    of &c
    201.218.286.321.
  • - - - Method of curing.
    219. 222 320.
  • Tradesmen London extra-
    vagancy
    of, Rallied.
    25
  • Thunder Terrible at
    Boston.
    191.
  • - - - at Lancaster
    224
  • - - - at Wrentham.
    235.
  • - - - at Boston. &c
    617.
  • Toads, a cure for Cancers.
    211.
  • Troops arrive at Boston,
    and what followed.
    263.297.
  • vide plate Struck at yt. Time
    Ibid.- - -
  • - - - proceedings against
    them at Law in England.
    495.
  • - - - Absurdity of sen-
    ding
    them to Boston.
    619.
  • - - - their bad beha-
    viour
    in Boston.
    730.
  • - - - Fire upon the
    Inhabitants of Boston.
    735.
  • vide a full and true account
    of their behaviour &c in the
    Journals of the Times.
  • Troops Great danger
    from Troops among a free
    People.
    319746.
  • - - - Contrary to Law 295*
  • Tell William, a great Hero.
    279.
  • Throat Distemper.
    753.
  • Taxed America ought not
    to be by the Parliament vide
    Franklin Benja. Letter's
    311
  • Test Act, a great Infringe-
    ment
    of our civil and religi-
    ous
    Rights
    95
  • See 2 leaves Forward pa.
    16
  • Text in bottom margin [diamond-zero] Superior Court, their Great Power, are a Court of Exchequer. 557. (a) Speech of Lord North, will have America at his Feet, 399.
  • Text in left margin [ . . . ] Text missing behind [hand] symbol.
  • Text in right margin [hand] See pa 301 to See how many are quartered in Boston & pa 615 when 1 Regiment sail'd from the Castle
    [asterisk]* see under soldiers, & Army Standing.

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