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1 Letter from Arthur Lee, London, to Francis L. Lee. Punishment of Boston first step towards reducing all America to an acknowledgement of the right of ... S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0012, S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0012
2 Letter from Samuel Adams, to Arthur Lee. Proceedings of the Assembly, in relation to the Judges' salaries. Judge Oliver refuses to renounce the salary ... S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0013, S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0013
3 Letter from London. Advises the Colonies to unite in defence of American Liberty. Power of the Ministry -- their hatred of liberty. Lords Chatham, Cam ... S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp01-D0019
4 Extracts of private Letters from London, printed on the back of the Boston Port Bill, and circulated in New-York, on the 14th of May, enclosed to the ... S4-V1-P03-sp05-D0002, S4-V1-P03-sp05-D0002
5 Express from Boston, with Letters from the Committee of Correspondence there, suggesting the suspension of all Exports to, and Imports from, Great Bri ... S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0003
6 Meeting of the Inhabitants at the Coffee House Address of Mr. Low to the meeting The nomination of the fifty gentlemen for a Committee, on the 16th, c ... S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0004
7 Address to the People, urging them to sustain Boston (Note) S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0005, S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0005
8 Dialogue on the Boston Port Bill -- Conduct of the Bostonians justified -- Proceedings of the Ministry condemned Non-Importation Agreement recommended ... S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0006, S4-V1-P03-sp06-D0006
9 Letter from the Boston Committee, in reply to one from sundry Gentlemen in New-York. Thanks for their unsolicited offer of assistance. Letters counter ... S4-V1-P03-sp07-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp07-D0019
10 Letter I, to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies in America, on the present disputes with Great Britain S4-V1-P03-sp07-D0029, S4-V1-P03-sp07-D0029
11 Letter from Philadelphia to a Gentleman in Boston. Reasons why Boston should not pay for the Tea S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0052, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0052
12 Letter IV, to the Inhabitants of the British Colonies in America S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0090, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0090
13 The British American, No. 4 S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0094, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0094
14 Reflections on appointing Delegates to the General Congress. Different modes of appointing examined. The appointment by Provincial Conventions recomme ... S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0121, S4-V1-P03-sp11-D0121
15 Meeting of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Prince George's County, Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp13-D0011, S4-V1-P03-sp13-D0011
16 Letter from a Gentleman in London, to his Correspondent in Philadelphia S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0007
17 The British American, No. 6 S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0019
18 Meeting of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the County of Culpepper, in Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0020, S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0020
19 Meeting of the Freeholders and Inhabitants of the County of New-Kent, in Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0036, S4-V1-P03-sp15-D0036
20 Meeting of the Freeholders of the County of Middlesex, in Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp17-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp17-D0004
21 Instructions from the Convention to the Representatives in Assembly S4-V1-P03-sp18-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp18-D0004
22 Instructions from the Convention to the Representatives in Assembly, Note S4-V1-P03-sp18-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp18-D0007
23 Argumentative part of the Instructions S4-V1-P03-sp18-D0008, S4-V1-P03-sp18-D0008
24 Letter from a Gentleman in Bristol, England, to his friend in Philadelphia. Publick opinion in England strong against America. Nothing but firmness on ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0007
25 The British American, No. 8 S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0015, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0015
26 Proclamation by Governour Gage, for the encouragement of Piety and Virtue, and for preventing and punishing Vice, Profanity, and Immorality S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0017, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0017
27 Address to the worthy Inhabitants of the Town of Boston S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0018
28 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. The storm against Doctor Franklin much abated. Opinions in England on the late measures against Ame ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0019, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0019
29 Address to the Inhabitants of New-Jersey. Defence of the measures of Parliament, a denial of the authority of Great Britain to impose a Duty on Tea, a ... S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0037, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0037
30 Meeting of the Freeholders and other Inhabitants of the County of Buckingham, in Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0038, S4-V1-P03-sp21-D0038
31 Address to the People of Virginia. Urged to unite their utmost endeavours, by all means in their power, to prevent the ruin they are threatened with S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0001
32 A Summary View of the Rights of British America, set forth in some Resolutions intended for the inspection of the present Delegates of the People of V ... S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0004
33 Address to the People of Pennsylvania. The opposition in the Colonies to the measures of Parliament condemned. The principal difficulties have been ca ... S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0036, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0036
34 Letter from Josiah Quincy, Jun., to John Dickinson. Defends Massachusetts on the charge of breaking the line of opposition. At the request of many war ... S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0041, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0041
35 Letter from the Committee of Correspondence of Boston, to the Committee for New Jersey S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0045, S4-V1-P03-sp23-D0045
36 An account of the manner in which the Donations for the support of the Poor of Boston has been applied S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0011, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0011
37 Letter from Boston. The new Counsellers driven into Boston. The Judges at Great Barrington turned off the Bench. The Protesters and Addressers to Mr. ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0012, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0012
38 Meeting of the Committees from every Town and District, in the County of Middlesex, and Province of Massachusetts Bay, Committee appointed to consider ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0021, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0021
39 Address to the Inhabitants of Pennsylvania. Petitions and Remonstrances to the King and Parliament will have no effect. We should not implore, but dem ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0022, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0022
40 Address to the Delegates appointed to meet in the General Congress S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0023, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0023
41 Letter from a Member of Parliament to Colonel Charles Lee S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0033, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0033
42 Report from London, September 3, 1774 S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0034, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0034
43 Resolutions adopted at a Meeting of the Delegates of every Town and District in the County of Suffolk, in Massachusetts S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0047, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0047
44 Thanks to Mechanicks of New-York, for refusing to make Chests for transportation of Arms, or to contract for building Barracks at Boston S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0054, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0054
45 Letter from William Cooper, in Boston, to a Gentleman in New-York. Explaining the manner in which the Donations made for the Poor of Boston are applie ... S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0058, S4-V1-P03-sp25-D0058
46 Letter from Maryland to a Gentleman in London S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0020, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0020
47 Considerations on the propriety of adopting a general Non-Remittance, as one of the means of obtaining a repeal of the Boston Bills S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0026, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0026
48 Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. The opinions of the People have become more favourable to the Americans. As the issue of the Congress w ... S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0029, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0029
49 Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town of Stamford, in Connecticut S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0036, S4-V1-P03-sp27-D0036
50 Committee to report a Non-Consumption Agreement relative to British and India Goods, Committee to examine Rivington's Newspaper, Resolution adopted, r ... S4-V1-P03-sp28-D0016, S4-V1-P03-sp28-D0016
51 Reply to the Governour's Answer agreed to, unanimously, and a Committee appointed to present it S4-V1-P03-sp28-D0025, S4-V1-P03-sp28-D0025
52 Speech of Edmund Burke, on offering himself a Candidate to represent the City of Bristol in Parliament S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0004
53 Address to the People of Halifax County, in Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp32-D0014
54 The Association read and signed, Fac-simile of the Signatures to the Association, Memorial to the Inhabitants of the Colonies further considered S4-V1-P03-sp33-D0049, S4-V1-P03-sp33-D0049
55 Memorial to the Inhabitants of the Colonies S4-V1-P03-sp33-D0051, S4-V1-P03-sp33-D0051
56 Letter to Peyton Randolph, late President of the American Continental Congress, from an Inhabitant of Massachusetts, against the Proceedings of the Co ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0002, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0002
57 Letter to General Gage, from Williamsburg, in Virginia S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0006, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0006
58 Letter from John Dickinson to Arthur Lee. The Colonies have taken such grounds that Great Britain must relax, or involve herself in a Civil War. A det ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0007, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0007
59 Letter from John Dickinson to Josiah Quincy, Jun. The most peaceable Provinces are now animated and a Civil War is inevitable, unless there be a quick ... S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0008, S4-V1-P03-sp34-D0008
60 Letter from Joseph Reed to Josiah Quincy, Jun. The Quakers have directed their members not to serve on the Committee for carrying into effect the Asso ... S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0014, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0014
61 Meeting of the Inhabitants of the City of Philadelphia, to make arrangements for electing a Committee S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0018
62 Letter from New-York to a Correspondent in London S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0021, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0021
63 Letter from Dr. Joseph Warren, to Josiah Quincy, Jun. It is the united voice of America, to preserve their Freedom, or lose their lives in defence of ... S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0052, S4-V1-P03-sp36-D0052
64 Letter from London to a Gentleman in New-York. First information of the Resolves of the Congress of the States of America S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0001
65 Meeting of Freeholders of Princess Anne County, Virginia. Committee of Observation appointed S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0004
66 Address of the Committee to the Delegates for New Jersey, in the Continental Congress S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0009, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0009
67 Letter from London to a Gentleman of New-York. Efforts of the Ministry to accomplish their designs on the Colonies S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0053, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0053
68 Letter from London to a Gentleman in Virginia. The universal approbation the Proceedings of the Congress meets with in England, has disconcerted the M ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0078, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0078
69 Account of the Seizure of Powder and Arms, at New-York S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0083, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0083
70 Letter from a Merchant in London to a friend in Virginia. There is no disposition in the Cabinet to give America any redress. The Colonies should pres ... S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0129, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0129
71 Meeting of the Inhabitants of Epsom, in New-Hampshire. Pedlars to be tarred and feathered, and forfeit their Goods S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0130, S4-V1-P03-sp40-D0130
72 Letter from Connecticut to a Gentleman at Newport, in Rhode-Island. The whole Militia of the Colony ordered to train, and a quantity of Powder and Lea ... S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0001
73 Resolutions adopted by the Committee of Darien, in Georgia S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0002, S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0002
74 Meeting of the West India Merchants and Planters, in London, assembled to deliberate on the measures necessary to be pursued on this very important cr ... S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0018, S4-V1-P03-sp44-D0018
75 Letter from New-York to a Gentleman in Boston. Notwithstanding the late vote of the Assembly, there is no cause to fear New-York will depart from the ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0034, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0034
76 Letter from London, to a Gentleman in Philadelphia. Does not know how soon communication with the Colonies may be cut off by hostilities. The American ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0055, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0055
77 Address to the Americans. It is the duty and the interest of the People to offer terms of reconciliation to the Parent State. The Congress have adopte ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0057, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0057
78 Meeting of the Committee of Correspondence of Brentwood, in New-Hampshire. Will abide by the advice of the Continental Congress. Pedlers not permitted ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0072, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0072
79 Letter from Massachusetts to a Gentleman in London S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0082, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0082
80 The Royal Standard erected on a mast seventy-five feet high, at Shawangunk, in Ulster County, New-York, by a respectable number of his Majesty's loyal ... S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0085, S4-V1-P03-sp46-D0085
81 Speech of Mr. Wilkins, of Westchester County S4-V1-P03-sp49-D0026, S4-V1-P03-sp49-D0026
82 Letter to the Committee of Inspection of the County of Bristol, advising them to keep the Militia, and especially the Minute Men, in the best posture ... S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0054, S4-V1-P03-sp50-D0054
83 Considerations on the Measures carrying on with respect to the British Colonies in North America S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0001, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0001
84 Address of the People of Great Britain to the Inhabitants of America S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0003, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0003
85 Taxation no Tyranny. An Answer to the Resolutions and Address of the American Congress S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0004, S4-V1-P03-sp52-D0004
86 Second Petition from the Merchants, Traders, and others. Of the City of London, concerned in the Commerce of North America, presented by Alderman Hayl ... S4-V1-P04-sp05-D0012, S4-V1-P04-sp05-D0012
87 Report from Committee of the Whole, on the American Papers. Address to the King. Motion, by Lord John Cavendish, that the Report be recommitted. Debat ... S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0003, S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0003
88 Motion, by the Earl of Dartmouth, to agree to the Address. Marquis of Rockingham's motion for the Previous Question. Debate -- Marquis of Rockingham. ... S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0015, S4-V1-P04-sp06-D0015
89 House in Committee, to consider further of the Supply granted to his Majesty. Mr. Buller's motion, that an additional number, of 2,000 Men, be allowed ... S4-V1-P04-sp07-D0002, S4-V1-P04-sp07-D0002
90 House in Committee, on American Papers. Lord North's Conciliatory Resolution. Remarks on the introduction of this Resolution, (Note). Debate--Lord Nor ... S4-V1-P04-sp08-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp08-D0001
91 Mr. Barke's Resolutions for Conciliation with America. Debate -- Mr. Burke. Mr. Jenkinson. Lord Frederick Campbell. Question taken, and the Resolution ... S4-V1-P04-sp12-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp12-D0001
92 Mr. Hartley's Propositions for Conciliation with the Colonies. Debate--Mr. Hartley. Sir Cecil Wray. Lord North. Sir Cecil Wray. Mr. T. Townshend. Lord ... S4-V1-P04-sp13-D0001, S4-V1-P04-sp13-D0001
93 Oration Delivered at the Request of the Inhabitants of Boston, to Commemorate the Bloody Tragedy of the 5th of March, 1770, by Doctor Joseph Warren S4-V2-P01-sp01-D0041, S4-V2-P01-sp01-D0041
94 The Crisis, No. I. To the People of England and America S4-V2-P01-sp01-D0063, S4-V2-P01-sp01-D0063
95 The Crisis, No. 9. To the King S4-V2-P01-sp01-D0070, S4-V2-P01-sp01-D0070
96 Letter from Dr. Franklin to his son, giving a history of his private negotiations in London, for a settlement of the difficulties between the Colonies ... S4-V2-P01-sp07-D0015, S4-V2-P01-sp07-D0015
97 Letter from the Georgia Delegates to the President of the Continental Congress, explaining the reasons why they think it inexpedient for them to atten ... S4-V2-P01-sp11-D0010, S4-V2-P01-sp11-D0010
98 Meeting of the Inhabitants of New-York, advice of the Committee against exporting Nails, and supplying the Troops at Boston, read and approved. Willia ... S4-V2-P01-sp11-D0016, S4-V2-P01-sp11-D0016
99 Phileirene to the Printers of the Massachusetts Gazette. Objections to the claims and complaints of the Continental Congress, who, in most of their Pr ... S4-V2-P01-sp11-D0063, S4-V2-P01-sp11-D0063
100 Letter from the Massachusetts Congress to the Congress of New-Hampshire. A powerful army on our side must be raised at once. The other Colonies, as we ... S4-V2-P01-sp17-D0018, S4-V2-P01-sp17-D0018

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