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A supplement from colonial Boston...
Item # 648544
May 23, 1768
SUPPLEMENT TO THE BOSTON CHRONICLE, Massachusetts, May 23, 1768 The ftpg. has some nice content including a letter to the Liverymen of London, portions including: "...The chief merit with you...I know to be a sacred love of liberty & of those generous principles...have since secured to this nation the great charter of freedom. I will yield to none of my countrymen in this noble zeal...I have steadily pursued the interests of my country without regard to the powerful enemies I created...The two important questions of public liberty, respecting general warrants & the seizure of papers..." with more (see for portions). The discussion carries over to pg. 2. An inside pg. letter from Charleston includes: "...The dutiful behaviour of the assembly of South Carolina in cheerfully making provision for quartering his Majesty's troops & complying with what has been required of them..." and another report includes: "...I see the commotions in Boston & other places are not yet wholly subsisted & that some over zealous Patriots endeavour to keep up the ball of contention by prompting the people to make public resolutions against wearing our more expensive manufactures...". The bkpg. contains some ads including one headed: "Deserted, from his Majesty's schooner..." with notes on the 5 men (see).
Complete in 4 pgs., 8 1/2 by 10 1/2 in., some foxing mostly near the margin, generally very nice condition.
Category: The 1600's and 1700's