• Creator
  • Massachusetts. Committee of Correspondence; Franklin, Benjamin, 1706-1790 recipient; Cushing, Thomas, 1725-1788; Adams, Samuel, 1722-1803; Hancock, John, 1737-1793; Phillips, William; Boston Public Library. American Revolutionary War Manuscripts Collection
  • Created Date
  • 1773
  • Publisher
  • Boston
  • Description
  • Letter to Benjamin Franklin, agent in London, giving an account of the proceedings of the town of Boston at the meeting held in regard to the importation and destruction of tea, December 16, 1773. It has been the Expectation of many of the Colonists that the last Session of Parliament would have put a final end to those Grievances ..."--Incipit. Manuscript. Title provided by cataloger. In upper left hand corner of p. [1]: Capt. Scott, Capt. Ha... more
    Letter to Benjamin Franklin, agent in London, giving an account of the proceedings of the town of Boston at the meeting held in regard to the importation and destruction of tea, December 16, 1773. It has been the Expectation of many of the Colonists that the last Session of Parliament would have put a final end to those Grievances ..."--Incipit. Manuscript. Title provided by cataloger. In upper left hand corner of p. [1]: Capt. Scott, Capt. Hall. At end: T. Cushing, S. Adams, J. Hancock, W. Phillips. Autograph of Thomas Cushing. less
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