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Volume 1: Newspapers, 7 January 1765 to 26 December 1767: Page 764[about this page]

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The Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 23 November 1767

Newspaper includes letter from Charta [pseudonym] recognizing how laws are made within the Massachusetts province and stating that Great Britain has enough checks in place on its people. Account from London of woman from South Wales who married 5 men over the course of 18 months because her husbands kept dying. Includes warning about John Gowdy of Boston, a suspected thief. Notice to inhabitants of Boston to persevere with non-importation activities. Advertisement about runaway negro man from Hopkinton, Rhode Island.

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About Page 764:

  • Gowdy, John

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Sequence Number 769 of 796; Volume 1 of 4.

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