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  • Affidavit of Mr. Warwell
    to clear Manwarren from being
    concerned in the Massacre
    70
  • Artillery Company Provincial,
    the rise of it &c.
    78
  • American British Colonies, great
    Britains oppulence owing to
    them
    94
  • - - - Pay large Taxes
    to G. Britain in the Way of
    Trade
    94,629
  • - - - Alienated from G.
    Britain by reason of her Oppres-
    sions.
    &c.
    298
  • - - - A Plan proposed
    for them 349 Answered
    353
  • - - - Perfectly Free In-
    depen den t
    States
    413
  • - - - Can never be ensla-
    ved
    by a Foreign Power, by
    reason of the extent of them &c.
    613
  • - - - Must and will be
    Independent &c.
    627.629.
  • Americans Number of
    161
  • - - - Address to them by
    American Solon, urging them to
    take care of their Liberty, and
    to begin now to lay a Pan for
    their future Independency. &c.
    633
  • Act of Parliament called the
    Tea Act, partly repealed,
    104.133
  • - - - Stating the fee's of
    the Custom House officers
    186.
  • (up.)

    Index

    A (Brought up)

  • Act of Parliament called
    the Duty, or Tea Act the
    preamble of it.
    225521
  • - - - Called the decla-
    ratory
    Act, the Death Warrant
    of Our Liberties
    1016
  • Act of this Province against
    Burglary
    115
  • - - - the First executed in
    Consequence of it.
    256
  • Agents xsee note below for America with
    their connexions. &c.
    126
  • Agent Jackson no Friend
    to America, but to the des-
    potic
    Ministry
    280
  • - - - Benja. Franklin
    chose for the House of Re-
    presentatives
    of the Massa.
    Bay
    295
  • - - - Not allowed pay 508.
  • Anniversary of the 14
    August celebrated.
    202
  • - - - at Stafford
    203
  • Anniversary of Boston
    Massacre, vid Massacre
  • Advertisement of H.D. , about
    discouraging the Importers
    &c.
    228 [227]
  • - - - a Spirited one
    to the Merchants, and In-
    habitants
    of Boston, about
    Non Importation. &c.
    235
  • - - - a Comical one of Jno. Malcolms 407 (up)

    A (Brought up)

  • Affidavit's in Favo. of Mr.
    Molineaux, to clear him from
    the charge of subborning Man-
    warren's
    Boy against his Master
    422
  • Acrostic on Mr. Hutchin-
    son's
    being proclaimed Govr.
    423
  • Alderman Oliver, and the
    Lord Mayor of London
    sent to the Tower, for dischar
    -ing the Printers. &c. 472
    471
  • Admiral Montague appoin-
    ted
    to succeed Commo Gam-
    bier
    , and arrives at Boston, the
    Time when he came here before,
    and the occasion of it. &c.
    541
  • Ambassador French, Count
    de Guigne, leaves London ab-
    ruptley
    and goes to France.
    589
  • Acts of Trade, Our Ancestors
    Adopted them by their own
    Consent
    591
  • America, how many Miles
    it contains 613
  • Annual Political Lectures,
    Town of Boston, vote to have
    one Forever, and annualy
    to provide an Orator
    442
  • Adams Jn Esqr. his plea-
    dings
    for the Soldiers, con-
    cerned
    in the Massacre.
    933.
  • Assault in Law what.
    951983
  • Admiralty Vice Court of, in
    America, very Illegal
    331.379
    517.640.
  • Army, see under Soldiers. &
    Troops.
  • Text in bottom margin x See pa. 2, Column ye 3, under Agents

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