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Trouble with the mother country...



Item # 604360

May 29, 1775

ARIS'S BIRMINGHAM GAZETTE, England, May 29, 1775  Page 3 has reports from the House of Commons which include: "It gives me much concern that the unhappy disturbances in some of my colonies have obliged me to propose to you an augmentation of my army..." and: "Some ships of about 200 tons burden are ordered with provisions for the troops at Boston." and: "A plan of conciliation is said to be laid in such a manner as to be not only honourable to the Mother Country, but acceptable to the colonies; they are on their part to make some concessions, & the new acts of course are to lie dormant..." (see).
Four pages, folio size, light browning to a portion of the right margins, minor margin tears.

Category: British

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