Address of the principal inhabitants of Boston, to Govr. Gage, on his departure to
Great Britain. 827.
- - - [Address ] of the Mandamus Council, to the same, on
the same. Ibid.
- - - [Address ] of the Refugee Tories, to the same, on
the same. Ibid.
- - - [Address ] of the Delegates of
Georgia, to the King, on the distresses of
- - - [Address ] From the General Officers to the
Continental Army at Cambridge. 843.
- - - [Address ] From the City of London, to
the Electors of Great Britain, on the af- fairs of America, &c. 857.
- - - [Address ] of the House of Commons, to the King;
promise to support him in sub- duing America. 882.
- - - [Address ] From the Author of Com- mon sense, to the Quakers. 911.
- - - [Address ] of the Assembly of
the Massachusetts Bay, to Genl. Washington, on the Town
of Boston's being evacuated by the British Troops. 912.
- - - [Address ] of the Selectmen of the Town of
Boston, to the same, on the same. 913.
- - - [Address ] of the city of Belfast to
the King: beg he would be reconciled to the Colonies, &c. 945.
- - - [Address ] Petition, &c, to the King, from the
city of London, in behalf of America. 956.
- - - [Address ] proposed in the House of Lords, to the
King, on the shameful contract made with the German Princes for Troops,
- - - [Address ] of the Congress of
Georgia, in answer to President Bullocks[Archibald Bulloch] Speech. 999.
- - - [Address ] From the Continental Con- gress , to the People of Great Britain. 1204.
- - - [Address ] from the same, to the Inhabitants of the
Colonies [diamond]. 1213.
America, of great importance to G. Britain; if she should separate from her, the
latter would fall, and an alliance with her, would be courted by all
America: the profits to Great Britain, from
her trade. 516.829.
- - - [America] by her trade with Great Bri- tain[Britain] , sacrifices 6000,000. Sterling. p annum. 1
- - - [America ] will soon be independent of Great
- - - [America] of what vast importance to Great Britain: the
extent of it: will be the great- est Empire in the World: the King of Great Bri- tain[Britain] in time it's probable will fix his empire
there, &c, and great Britain become dependant
on her, &c. 148.
- - - [America] the importance of to Great Britain: the
unkindness, and neglect she treats her with. 159.
- - - [America] would be justified in forming an independent Government, and
cutting off her enemies. 179.
- - - [America] never recd. any protection from G. Britain, till last war, and that, she paid
amply for. 661,666.
- - - [America] the great advantages of in for trade, &c. 819.