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Ireland considers the troubles in America...



Item # 562226

October 21, 1775

THE LONDON CHRONICLE, England, October, 21, 1775 

* Parliamentary Debates in Ireland 
* The American Revolution 


Page 2 has a letter from  Middletown, Connecticut and a letter from Norfolk, Virginia, the latter having news from New York noting: "...that a skirmish lately happened between the town militia & the crew of a man of war...no account of any thing material happening at Boston...It was however generally supposed that the King's troops would abandon Boston early in October..." (see).

"Parliamentary Debates in Ireland" take over a full page and includes some discussion of the troubles in America, including: "...said in the British parliament that Ireland, to a man, was in favour of the Americans...that the Americans were in actual rebellion...".

The back page includes a letter from New York to a merchant in London which has some talk of war events.

Eight pages, 8 1/2 by 11 1/4 inches, nice condition.

Category: British

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