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Title: The history and antiquities of Boston ..
Year: 1856 (1850s)
Authors: Drake, Samuel Gardner, 1798-1875
Publisher: Boston, L. Stevens
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation
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e. * These are the names of the persons ap- England. — Boston Evening Post, 31 July, pointed upon the Committee : —Mr. William 1769. Bowes, Mr. Jona. Amory, Capt. Saml. Part- f It was a quarto pamphlet of 24 pages, very ridge, Mr. Saml. Abbott,Mr. Thomas Walley, handsomely printed, a copy of which is now Mr. Moses Gill, Mr. Wm. Bout, Mr. Bartholo- by me. In this it is said, that upwards of mew Kneeland, Mr. Joshua Gardner, Mr. 20 sail of men-of-war, cutters and other armed Thomas Brattle, Mr. Edwd. Church, and Mr. vessels, purchased by the Board of Commis- Saml. Salisbury. sioners, have been employed this year to cruise Capt. Partridge, Capt. Dashwood, Capt. on the trade of this Province.—P. 17. The Bradford, Capt. Waldo and Capt. Matchet acts of some of the Commanders of these ves- were a Committee to inspect the Manifests of sels were daily reported to be arbitrary and the cargoes of vessels which might arrive from abusive in the extreme. 1769.] AFFAIR OF THE ROSE FRIGATE. 765
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APPLETON. CHAPTER LXXIV. Affair of the Rose Frigate. — Deaths — of James Smith, William Torrey, William Edes, James Forbes.— Non-Importation Committees. — Importers advertised. — Fourteenth of August celebrated. —Manufactures encouraged. — Affair of Otis and Robinson. — Bernards Letters to Hillsborough. —Appeal to the World. — Samuel Adams Letter to Hillsborough.—Other Publications. — FreeMasons. — New Map.—One tarred and feathered. — Case of John Mein. — Deaths — of the Rev.Samuel Checkley, Mr. John Knight, Mr. Samuel Kneeland. — Indictment of Gov. Bernard. —Case of the Hutchinsons. — Affan- of the Wooden Head.—A Boy killed.—Ropewalk Affrays.—Fifth of March Tumults. — Mob in King-street. — Fired upon by Soldiers. •— Several killed andwounded. — Troops evacuate the Town. — Funeral Ceremonies. — Proceedings of the Town. mA TRIAL of very deep interest came on inJune of this year, in a special Court of Admi-? ralty ; the circu
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