Letter from John Wilkes to the Secretary of State,
acquaints him that he has dicharged the Prin- ter take up by vertue of a Proc- lamation. &c. 471
- - - [Letter ] From the the same, to the Speaker of the
House of Commons on the same. &c. 472.
- - - [Letter ] To the King, a severe one on the Riot
about the Lord Mayor. &c. being sent to ye Tower 483.Ibid.
- - - [Letter ] From James Hunter, one of the
Leaders of the Regulators, giving an ac- count of their oppressions &c. 500.
- - - [Letter ] From Govr. Tryon[William Tryon] , giving a particular Ac- count of the defeat of the Regulators 504
- - - [Letter ] To James Otis, on the
Recovery of his health containing a great encomium on
- - - [Letter ] From the House of Representatives to
Agent Franklin, enumerating our Grievances
- - - [Letter ] Another from the same, to the same, on the
same subject 521.
- - - [Letter ] From John Horne, to
John Wilkes: draws Wilke's Character &c. 525.
- - - [Letter ] From Ld. Hills- borough[Hillsborough][Wills Hill] to Govr. Hutchinson[Thomas Hutchinson] , commends Andrew Oliver,
and notifies his appointment to be Lieutenant Govr. 529
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Letter from John Horne, to John Wilkes:
gives a histo ry of the Society of the Bill of Rights; draws a
Shocking Character of Wilkes. &c. 547.
- - - [Letter ] From John Wilkes, to the Sons
of Liberty in Bos- ton[Boston] , whereby he appears to be a true Friend to
America, Notwithstanding the Charges of John
- - - [Letter ] From Junius, to the
Duke of Grafton, on his new appointment to ye Ministry: draws a Character of the Ministry. &c.
- - - [Letter ] From Junius Americanus, to Ld. Hills- borough[Hillsborough][Wills Hill] , on the Independency of American Governors, Judges
- - - [Letter ] From the same to the same: gives Govr. Hutchinson[Thomas Hutchinson] , & Oliver[Andrew Oliver] their Characters, say's Oliver[Andrew Oliver] stands recorded on the Councils Book, as a
perjured Traytor &c. 588
- - - [Letter ] One, Giving an Account of some expressions
used at an ordination, by some high flying Clergyman. &c. 598