- - - [Letter ] from Junius Ame- ricanus[Americanus] , to the Bishop of St. Asaphs, on the
Grievances of the Colonies. 335.
- - - [Letter ] from the same, to Ld. Dartmouth, respecting Hutchinson[Thomas Hutchinson] , &c's Letters, insinuates that they ought in- stantly to have been put to Death. 366.
- - - [Letter ] from an American to Ld. Dartmouth, wherein he writes freely to him,
respecting his con- duct to America. &c, 371.
- - - [Letter ] giving a particular Account of the
proceedings of the Peo- ple relative to the Tea shipped by the East India
Company, and the destroying it, &c, 415.
- - - [Letter ] to Judge Oliver[Andrew Oliver] , on the Sheriff demanding a fine of Mr.
- - - [Letter ] to Collector Harrison, on
his absence from his Post. 454.
- - - [Letter ] from Judge Oliver[Andrew Oliver] , to the House of Representatives, declaring
that he will take his pay from the King, &c, 458.
- - - [Letter ] From Dr. Franklin, wherein he owns that he procured Govr. Hutchinson[Thomas Hutchinson] 's, Oliver[Andrew Oliver] 's Letters, &c; and sent them to the General
Court, because the tend- ency of them were to incense the King, &c, against the Massac. Bay, &c, 460.
- - - [Letter ] From John Temple, given an
account of the duel fought by him with Mr. Whately. 464.
- - - [Letter ] From a Bostonian, to
Mr. Wedderburne, on his behaviour before the council, respecting the petition for removing Govr. Hutchinson[Thomas Hutchinson] , &c, 490.
- - - [Letter ] from England, extracts from,
given a relation of the shocking condition England is in,
and the mea- sures pursued against America, 500,552.
- - - [Letter ] from New York,
from Westerly, from Portsmouth, to the
Boston Committee of Correspondence, respecting the
blocking up the Harbour , &c, 501.
- - - [Letter ] from the Farmer, on the grievances of
America, especially on the Boston Port
Act. 524, 516,520,528.
- - - [Letter ] to General Gage[Thomas Gage] , setting forth what ought to be his behaviour , &c,