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A New-Year"s address, to the customers, of the Boston gazette, &c. for January 1765

J. T

A New-Year"s address, to the customers, of the Boston gazette, &c. for January 1765

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Published by Printed by Edes and Gill in [Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesBoston gazette (1719-1798)
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 41573
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18179481M


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Get this from a library. A New-Year's address, to the customers, of the Boston gazette, &c. for January [J. T.]. The Boston Gazette (–) was a newspaper published in Boston, Massachusetts, in the British North American began publication Decem and appeared weekly.

It should not be confused with the Boston Gazette (–16). The Boston Gazette (published and printed by Benjamin Edes and John Gill) was probably the most influential newspaper ever in American arters: Boston, Massachusetts United States.

Get this from a library. January The carrier of the Boston-gazette, to his customers: a New-Year's wish. January Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 21 January February Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 4 February March Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 25 March April Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 29 April May Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 13 May June Boston-Gazette, and Country Journal, 10 June July Boston-Gazette, and Country.

MS not found. Reprinted from the (Boston Gazette, 29 Aug. ).In &c. for January 1765 book, Works description begins The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States: with a Life of the Author, ed.

Charles Francis Adams, Boston, –; 10 vols. description ends, –, CFA reprinted the two “U” letters in this issue of the Boston Gazette as a single essay with the title “On Self.

Document A (Modified) Boston-Gazette, October 7, My Dear Countrymen, AWAKE. Awake, my Countrymen and defeat those who want to enslave us. Do not be cowards. to the customers You were born in Britain, the Land of Light, and you were raised in America, the Land of Liberty.

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There is a gap in Judge Sewall’s Diary at that period, but there are references to the event in his Letter-Book (ii. Boston Gazette - Oct. 7, Monday, October 7, The October 7, issue of The Boston Gazette — printed during the Revolutionary War, just 3 months after the signing of the Declaration of Independence.

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12, Dec. 30, John Adams Library has J December 9, bound as one volume. J. T has written: 'Some account of Mr. Michael Diffenderffer' 'A compendious prologue, or Epilogue' 'A New-Year's address, to the customers, of the Boston gazette, &c. for January The Boston Gazette: Great Historical Newspaper.

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In Boston this was usually the occasion for an outburst of anti-Catholic demonstrations and bruising battles between the town’s South End and North End mobs.

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New-Year's address, which the carrier of the Boston news-letter, &c. humbly presents to all his generous customers.

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The Stamp Act of (short title: Duties in American Colonies Act ; 5 George III, c. 12) was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain which imposed a direct tax on the British colonies in America and required that many printed materials in the colonies be produced on stamped paper produced in London, carrying an embossed revenue stamp.

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A New-Year's wish. Published: () A New-Years wish Published: () ; New-York, The Boston Gazette, ; 5. Considerations on Behalf of the Colonists.

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