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1 Account of all the Proceedings in New-York, in relation to the Tea S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0024, S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0024
2 Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in London. General Gage hissed at a publick dinner in Boston, for giving Governour Hutchinson as a toast. Respect ... S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0012, S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0012
3 Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in London (Note) S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0020, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0020
4 Letter from Lieutenant Governour Colden, New-York, to the Earl of Dartmouth. At the time the Boston Port Bill was received in New-York, the men who ca ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0025, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0025
5 The Rev. Samuel Peters of Hebron, Connecticut. Account of an attack on him by the Sons of Liberty S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0025, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0025
6 Letter from the Reverend Samuel Peters, in Boston, to the Reverend Doctor Auchmuty, at New-York S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0032, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0032
7 Cato to the People of Pennsylvania: On the improbability of receiving assistance from foreign powers, and against Independence S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0236, S4-V5-P01-sp08-D0236
8 Letter from Colonel Reed to Mrs. Reed: They are in a posture somewhat awkward in New-York, think they cannot stay, yet do not know how to go S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0056, S5-V2-P01-sp07-D0056