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An Address from the carrier of the Massachusetts-gazette, to his respectable customers.
|Other titles||Boston news-letter.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 41782.|
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This account of the Boston Tea Party was printed in the Massachusetts Gazette and Boston Weekly Newsletter on December 23, The following events preceeded the account. After the arrival of the first tea ship, the Dartmouth, on 27 November, a series of mass meetings were held in Boston which were attended by people from surrounding towns.
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He was the postman and general messenger, and the two young men from London would inevitably do business with him. his address is pleasing and his manners. Candor will oblige us to admit that even such men may be actuated by upright intentions; and it cannot be doubted that much of the opposition which has made its appearance, or may hereafter make its appearance, will spring from sources, blameless at least, if not respectable—the honest errors of minds led astray by preconceived jealousies and.
IN CITY COUNCIL, JULY 10TH, RESOLVED -That the City Council hereby tenders its thanks to the Hon. Benj. Thomas, for his eloquent and able Oration, delivered on the Centen nial Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence of the United States, July 4th, ; and that he be requested to furnish a copy thereof for publication.
Admiral Montague and his Lady are more sedate rational folks go to Bed at 10 o’Clock. She [is a w]oman of strong S[ense], a gracefull person, and great Address, takes care of the education of her Children, and instructed her Sons in Latin, as I heard her say. On these occasions President Wilder On the separation of the cemetery from has made appropriate addresses.
The the society, inthrough Mr. last meeting was held, September,Wilders influence committees were in Philadelphia, when his last address.
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The Association accepted the invitation of Dr. Peabody, Regent of the Illinois Industrial University," to visit that institution. Looking at the Profession in In his address President Clinton urged the earnest co-operation of all members toward making the Association a successful organization of serious purpose.
His father arranged for him to go to sea, which gave him a love of the sea as a place of freedom and adventure.
Appointed a midshipman in JanuaryCooper was assigned to the U.S. Navy warship Wasp as a recruiting ofﬁcer. When his father died inCooper inherited $50, and resigned his commission in May Illinois newspaper directory. History of the Illinois press association. who felt himself much more akin to a man who loved drink and women like Jemmy Rivington.
Consequently, when Rivington returned, he got most of the Tory business, and Gaine was left with precious little from his switch of allegiance. Like Rivington’s, Gaine’s newspaper career ended in failure, but his book publishing was more successful.