Tryon William, of North Carolina, Governor;
his speech. 21.
- - - [Tryon William, ] Orders the Militia to
be drawn out to op- pose the Regulators. 335.
- - - [Tryon William, ] Appointed Gov. of New York. in Room of Lord
- - - [Tryon William, ] Heads an Army, &
Marches against the Regulators. 469.474.
- - - [Tryon William, ] Defeats
the Regulators, his Orders after the Battle. Etc. 495.
- - - [Tryon William, ] His Letter; giving a
particular account of the Defeat of the Regulators. 504.
- - - [Tryon William, ] Marches into the
Plantations of Regulators & destroys them; Returns home. 514.
- - - [Tryon William, ] An Ironical Address
to him, in Imitation of the Quakers Address to Gov. Hutchinson. 515.
- - - [Tryon William, ] His Answer to the
Petition of the Regulators just before the Battle, requires them to
deliver up the Out- laws , and to lay down their Arms. Etc. said to have
Fired on the Regula- tors before the Time was ex- pired. Etc. 519.
T (Brought up.)
Tryon William, Gov. of North Carolina, a great Oppressor of the
Poor Regu- lators , Fired upon them before the Time was expired. Etc. Etc. 536.
- - - [Tryon William, Gov. ] Another Account of his Tyrannical behaviour to the Poor Regula- tors. 543.
- - - [Tryon William, Gov. ] Grants Lands away at New York,
by virtue of a Ministerial Mandate, al- though it has been possessed, & legally purchased a long Time ago
Taylor John, the Importer, voted an enemy to the Common wealth , by the Inhabitants of Boston. 25.
- - - [Taylor John, the Importer, ]Dismist from a Fine Club. 40.
Tea voted by the Inhabi- tants of Boston not to be Drank. 25.
- - - [Tea ] Ladies of Bos- ton[Boston] sign not to drink any. vid. Under Agreement 31.
- - - [Tea ] Inhabitants of (Boston say)
Charlestown, vote not to drink any. 39.