- - - [Merchants ] of Boston their
proceedings relative to the Non Importation agreet. 2
Merchants, and In- habitants of Boston, concer- ned in, or any ways connected with Trade, their Grand
Meeting, & proceedings rela- tive to yeStrenghteng the Non Importation agreement, being the First Time the
Inhabitants met with the Merchants. 23.25
- - - [Merchants ] Their Meeting and transactions relative
to Ves- sels arriving from England with goods, after the
partial Repeal of the duty Acts: they vote to reship the Goods
- - - [Merchants ] Reship Goods back to
- - - [Merchants ] Meet and vote anew to adhere to
their Agreement, 'till the Acts be wholly Repealed, and vote to have no
connection with Rhode Island 130
- - - [Merchants ] Meet and vote not to receive Nat.
Rogers into the Agreement: Their votes.
&c, respecting Newhampshire[New Hampshire] : vote not to comply with the request of the New
York Merchants, respecting having a Congress. &c. 139
- - - [Merchants ] Meet and resolve to break all
Connection with Newhampshire[New Hampshire] 153
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Merchants of Boston and Inhabitants. &c, meet and read a
Letter from N. York, proposing a Relaxation of the Agreement,
they vote to abide by their old Agreement: an Account of their
proceedings. &c. 158.
- - - [Merchants of Boston ] Meet, their procee- dings respecting the defection of New York, [ ?] the
New York Letter to peices , and vote to abide by the Agreement. &c. 184
- - - [Merchants of Boston] Meet and vote to send a Committee to Salem,
&c: their report &c: choose a Committee to Strengthen the
Union &c. 195.
- - - [Merchants of Boston] Their committee threatened to be tarred, and feathered at
- - - [Merchants of Boston] Meet and vote to send to their Neighbours in Philadelphia Province, to Stren- gthen the Non Importation Agreement. &c: which was the last
Time the Merchants and Inhabitants met together 242
- - - [Merchants of Boston] Their Committees Letter to the Merchants of Philadelphia, containing a plan for a Union* see * at
the bottom of this column 276
Mcdougal Capt. address to the betrayed Inhabitants of New
York, voted a libel 2.
- - - [Mcdougal Capt. ] His Address to the Betrayed Inhabitants of New
- - - [Mcdougal Capt.[Captain] ] His defence, giving a particular Account of his being
taken up; and shows the pernicious consequences of gran- tingmoney agreeable to the Billoting act; of Libels. &c. 45.
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Mcdougal Capt. presented with venison (in Prison) 50
- - - [Mcdougal Capt. ] Bill found against him. 110.
- - - [Mcdougal Capt. ] Visited by a great Number in the Prison. 50.82.