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  • Virginia House of Burgesses
    Resolves against the Revenue
    Acts &c.
    134.
  • - - - Answer to the
    House of Representatives,
    their Circular Letter.
    150.
  • - - - Their address to
    Lord Bottetourt.
    534.
  • - - - Their Letter to
    the House of Represen-
    tatives
    , inclosing their Resolves.
    534.
  • - - - Council of, their
    Address to Lord Bottetourt.
    531.
  • Venus. Transit of.
    525.
  • Virginia Inhabitants of,
    their Agreement, after their
    Assembly was dissolved. &c.
    534.
  • Votes of the Town of
    Boston respecting the Troops.
    571.
  • Virginia House of Bur-
    gesses
    their address to the
    King praying him not to
    Act on the Statue of Harry
    8th, with regard to America.
    540

    - - - dex

    W

  • Whig American, a smart
    essay against American
    Bishops &c.
    56.99.107.
    115.113.
  • Wilkes John Esqr
    offers himself a Candidate
    for a Member of Parlia-
    ment.

    108
  • - - - Speech to
    the Livery
    of London when
    he failed of his Election.
    120.
  • - - - Chose Knight
    of the Shire for Middlesex.
    124.529.
  • - - - vid an account of his Life; & Picture
    Ibid- - -
  • - - - Surrenders himself
    to Justice.
    137.
  • - - - his Speech at
    that Time.
    Ibid.
  • Proceeding upon it.
    Ibid.
  • - - - his Address to
    the Gent. &c of Middlesex on
    his Sentence, &c.
    187.
  • - - - Outlawry declared
    Illegal.
    212.
  • - - - his Sentence.
    226.
  • - - - Elected an
    Alderman of London.
    428.
  • - - - his Address to
    the Freeholders of Middlesex
    455. 486.493.472(a)
  • - - - Expelled ye House
    538.
  • - - - Supported by the
    Society of Bill of Rights.
    546.
  • - - - a Letter fro. him
    from
    to John Churchill on
    a vacancy's happening in
    Westminster.
    657.
  • Wright Governor of
    Georgia, his Speech to his
    Assembly when he dissolved
    it for approving of the
    Circular Letter.
    403.
  • Wentworth Govr. a grand
    Entertainment made for
    him at Cambridge.
    554.
  • World a general View
    of it.
    1045 [n/a]
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    X

    Y.

  • York Town of thanks the
    Antirescinders.
    243.
  • York New a Letter from
    the Speaker of the
    Assembly of the Massa. Bay,
    approving the Circular Letter.
    364.
  • - - - Their petition to
    the King.
    468.
  • - - - Duration of their
    Assembly.
    31
  • Z
  • Text in bottom margin [ . . . ] wherein he remarks on Ld Weymouth's Bloody Letter.

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