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The Writings of Samuel Adams, vol 3

1773-1777

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Author: Samuel Adams
Language: English
Wordcount: 108,247 / 332 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 30.9
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 762
mnybks.net#: 468
Origin: gutenberg.org
Genre: Biography

(ed Harry Alonzo Cushing)

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27th . . . Trade Policy.

To Charles Thomson, June 30th . . . Disposal of Donations.

To Committee of Correspondence of Norwich, July 11th . . . Acknowledgment of Support.

To Richard Henry Lee, July 13th . . . Port Act--Policy of Lord North--Attitude of Public.

To Noble Wymberly Jones, July 16th . . . Acknowledgment of Co-operation.

To Christopher Gadsen, July 18th . . .

To Christopher Gadsen and L. Clarkson, July 18th . . . Acknowledgment of Assistance--Efforts of Colonists.

To Committee of Correspondence of Colrain, July 18th . . . Non-Consumption Agreement.

To Andrew Elton Wells, July 25th . . . Condition of Boston.

To Peter Timothy, July 27th . . . Boston Circular Letter--Shipment of Axes.

To Fisher Gay, July 29th . . . Acknowledgment of Assistance.

To Ezekiel Williams, July 29th . . . Acknowledgment of Assistance.

To Committee of Correspondence of Marblehead, August 2nd . . . Attitude of Colonists to Boston.

To Jose

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