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  • Address of the City of London, to the
    King, against the Quebec Act.
    555.
  • - - - of the Selectmen of Boston,
    to Govr. Gage, on his Fortifying the Neck.
    571.
  • - - - of the County of Suffolk,
    to Govr. Gage, on the same subject.
    577.
  • - - - Another.
    Ibid.
  • - - - From the County of Wor-
    cester
    , to Govr. Gage, on his Fortifying the
    Neck, &c,
    595.
  • - - - of the Continental Congress,
    to the Inhabitants of Canada
    610.
  • - - - of the Merchants of Virginia,
    to the President of the Continental Congress. 627.
    See his Answer.
    Ibid.
  • - - - of the Provincial Congress
    to the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, to the
    Inhabitants.
    628.
  • - - - of the same Body, to the Mi
    nisters
    of the Gospel, desiring them to influence
    their People to abide by the doings of the Con-
    tinental
    Congress, &c
    642.
  • - - - From Nov. Anglus , in answer
    to Massachu'tensis , shewing the grievances of A-
    merica
    : who were the Authors of it, &c, &c
    651,
    655,660,664,669,673,685,691,699,805,
    709,713.
  • - - - of the Lords, and Commons, to
    the King, in answer to his Speech on opening
    the new Parliament: speak in very high terms,
    against the Province of the Mass. Bay, &c,
    659.
  • - - - of the Province of New-
    hampshire
    , to their Brethren on American
    Grievances, &c,
    680.
  • - - - of the Selectmen of several
    Towns, to Govr. Gage, relative to his sending
    Troops to Marshfield.
    682.
  • - - - of the Provincial Congress
    of the Massac. Bay, to the inhabitants, on the
    present posture of Affairs.
    683.
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  • Address of the Lords, and Commons, to the
    King: say the Massachusetts Bay is in a state of
    Rebellion: urge for coervice measure, &c,
    710.
  • - - - of the Representatives of North Carolina
    in answer to Govr. Martin's Speech; approve of the
    Congress, &c,
    733.
  • - - - of the Massachusetts Provincial
    Congress, to the inhabitants of Great Britain, on the
    commencement of hostilities.
    738.
  • - - - to the inhabitants of the Massac.
    Bay, desiring them to lend money.
    741.
  • - - - From the City of London, to the
    King, in behalf of America.
    742.
  • - - - From Crises, (the author of,) to
    the King.
    749.
  • - - - of the Continental Congress,
    to the Inhabitants of Canada, on the taking
    of Tieconderago , &c,
    756.
  • - - - of the Provincial Congress
    of New York, to General Washington , on his
    appointment as General.
    760.
  • - - - of the Provincial Congress
    of the Massachusetts Bay, to Genral's Washington ,
    and Lee , on their being appointed Generals.
    761.
  • - - - of Johannes in Eremo, to Govr.
    Gage, as a murdered, &c,
    766.
  • - - - of the Provincial Congress of
    South Carolina, to Lord Campbel , & his An-
    swer
    .
    768.
  • - - - of the Continental Congress, to
    the inhabitants of Great Britain, on the Ameri-
    cans
    taking arms, &c.
    775.
  • - - - From the same, to the People
    of Ireland, on the commencement of hostili
    ties
    in america , &c,
    787.
  • - - - Petition, &c, of the City of
    London, to the King, relative to the civil War in
    America, &c.
    803.
  • - - - From General Washington , to the
    inhabitants of Canada, by Genl. Arnolds , when he
    marched there.
    807.
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