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1762. 1762. June 1. C. Basset complains of Jerus ha Beth i a h junr. Lucinda Mahew and Mercy...
Warninig. Shurtleffe. J. Mar shall went from Plym pton to Mid dleborough 21. Dec. 1753. Mr....
Defendant It may be part of a great plan to get Representat ion over that Paper. It is true he...
Mr. Adams . The grass was good till it was pastured and the bushes grew up; if the mill had not...
S. Quincy . Wm. Gray, day before Some mention of Effigies. R said he hoped if these was before...
Motion for new Trial. Deming. Foreman. Mr. Lothrop was satisfied as to Fact, but not Law. Mr....
Q uestion of the Jury Prisoner having a Right by Statute of W. to a Copy of the Panel. Court...
Mr. Quincy. 3 Inst. 47 4 Black 195. Definition of Murder 1 Haw. p. 80. §18. What killing of...
Adams. It is certain a great bitterness between Soldiers and Inhabitants. No Evidence applys to...
Auchmuty. Something horrid in agitation by the Bells ringing. I have but little Charity for those...
J. Cushing. It is odd the Town should think of doing Justice by a Mob. The principal Q uestion...
May it please &c. It now remains to close this Cause on the part of the Crown, a cause, which...
Judge Cushing . The longest Tryal I have ever known. The Party in K ing S treet had a right to...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
In Complyance with your Request We have considered of what you proposed to us, and are obliged to...
I arrived here the 28th ultimo from my journey as far as Ticonderoga, we proceeded no farther as...
I wrote you Last from Hackinsack, dated Nov. 15 that I had put my trunk on board a Waggon bound...
The Congress being Inform’d by a Letter from Genl. Washington, that two Thousand of the...
When we were going to the first Congress our worthy Friend Hawley, gave us in writing some broken...
The enclosed Oration I have taken the liberty to inscribe to “ the man, whom his country loves &...
I have the pleasure of transmitting herewith a copy of the oration delivered in this City on the...