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HARVARD COLLEGE. 772. Quaestiones.

MHS 773. Theses.

† AAS Evans, 5204. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 774. (On Thursday last [February 24] His Excellency our Governour, with the Advice of His Majesty's Council, was pleased to issue a Proclamation appointing Thursday the 24th of March current, to be observed as a Day of publick Fasting and Prayer throughout this Province.)

From the Boston Weekly News-Letter, March 3, 1743. 775. By His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (against currency of bills of credit of the neighboring governments not redeemable in lawful money upon good security). Dated, September 19, 1743.

Printed in the Boston Weekly News-Letter, November 10, 1743. 776. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | William Shirley, Esq; l... A Proclamation for a general Thanksgiving (October 13.) Dated, September 29, 1743. Boston: Printed by J. Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council. 1743.

Evans, 5245. 777. [Last Thursday (December 22] his Excellency our Governour was pleased to issue a Proclamation further to Prorogue the Great and General Court of this Province, to Thursday the 20th of January next.)

From the Boston Weekly News-Letter, December 29, 1743. 778. Commission of Justice of the Peace. (George the Second.)

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779. Province of the Massachusetts- Bay, ss. (Royal arms.) William Foye, Esq; | Treasurer ... (Tax warrant.) Dated, July 12, 1743. 780. A Bill Intitled, I an Act in Explanation of Sundry Acts of | this Province relating to the Payment of private Debts contracted before the thirty first Day of October, One thousand seven Hundred and forty one.

EI pp. 3. Contains bill and Governor Shirley's Speech, April 23, 1743, dissolving the General Court.

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PRINCE, THOMAS.
781. It being earnestly desired by many pious and judicious
People, that particular Accounts of the Revival of Religion
in every Town, in this remarkable Day of Grace, may be
taken and published in The Christian History, ... Signed
and dated in ms., April 18, 1743.

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1744 BOSTON, CHRIST CHURCH. 782. Received of Mr. Pounds, in full of his Subscription towards a | Ring of Bells to be erected in the Steeple of | Christ Church in Boston,

BPL 783. Earthquakes, | Tokens of God's Power and Wrath. The Dissolution of the present World; and the approaching Con

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flagra- tion, when all Things shall be burnt up. With (torn] Description of the drowning the old World, and Christ's coming to Judgment. Being a Warning to Sinners and Comfort to the Children of God . . . (cut.] Boston: 1744.

Evans, 5383. 784. (THE SAME. The second edition. Boston: 1744. Evans, 5384.

† NYPL GREAT BRITAIN. 785. A Copy of the Declaration of War of the King of Great |

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786. Quaestiones.

AAS. 787. Theses.

AAS. HC Evans, 5408. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 788. (Last Friday (January 13] His Excellency our Governour was pleased to issue a Proclamation further to prorogue the Great and General Court or Assembly to Wednesday the Eighth Day of February next.)

From the Boston Weekly News-Letter, January 19, 1744. 789. (On Friday last (March 9] His Excellency our Governour, with the Advice of His Majesty's Council, was pleased to issue a Proclamation, appointing Thursday the Twelfth Day of April next, to be observed as a Day of general Fasting and Prayer throughout this Province.)

From the Boston Weekly News-Letter, March 15, 1744. 790. By His Excellency William Shirley, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (against supplying the French King's Subjects in America with any kind of Provision or Ammunition from the Province). Dated May 28, 1744.

Printed in the Boston Weekly News-Letter, May 31, 1744. 791. By His Excellency, William Shirley, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (on raising two independent companies of volunteers to reinforce the Garrison of Annapolis-Royal.) Dated, June 13, 1744.

Printed in the Boston Weekly News-Letter, June 14, 1744. 792. (Yesterday (September 5] His Excellency our Governour was pleas'd to issue a Proclamation further to prorogue the Great and General Court or Assembly of this Province unto Wednesday the Third Day of October next.]

From the Boston Weekly News-Letter, September 6, 1744. 793. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | William Shirley, Esq; l... | A Proclamation For Proroguing the General Assembly. Dated, September 19, 1744. Boston: Printed by John Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council. 1744.

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794. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | William Shirley, Esq; 1. | A Proclamation; (On an heinous riot at Bristol, Septem

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ber 25, and calling for arrest of leaders.) Dated, October 18, 1744. Boston: Printed by John Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council.

BPL. MHS 795. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | William Shirley, Esq; 1... A Declaration of War against the Cap-Sable's and St. John's Indians. Dated, October 19, 1744. Boston: Printed by John Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council.

BPL 796. (Royal arms.) De la Part de Son Excellence | Guillaume Shirley, Ecuyer, Capitaine-General & Gouverneur en Chef... Declaration | De Guerre contre les Indiens du Cap Sable et de Saint Jean. Dated, October 19, 1744. (Boston: J. Draper, 1744.) 797. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | William Shirley, Esq; l... A Proclamation | For a general Thanksgiving. (November 22.) Dated, October 20, 1744. Boston: Printed by John Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council.

Evans, 5435. 798. (Royal arms.) De la part de Son Excellence | Guillaume Shirley, Ecuyer, ! . . Proclamation Pour encourager

| | tous Volontaires a faire la Guerre contres les Indiens de Saint Jean et du Cap Sable. Dated, November 2, 1744. (Boston: J. Draper, 1742.) 799. William Shirley, Esq; | Captain-General ... Military Commission. Dated in Ms. May 21, 1744.

MEES 800. Province of the / Massachusetts- Bay, ss. (Royal arms.] William Foye, Esq; | Treasurer ... (Tax warrant.) Dated, July 10, 1744. 801. Massachusetts Government | Lottery. 802. Paper for Tobacconists or Shopkeepers, either printed or plain, to be sold by the Publisher of this paper at the Heart & Crown in Cornhill, by the Ream, or a smaller Quantity.

Advertisement in Fleet's Boston Evening-Post, April 16, 1744. 803. ** That Paragraph of the Province-Law for regulating the Militia, relating to Fire-Arms, &c. so necessary to be known by every Soldier in this Time of War, may be had ready printed, of Thomas Fleet, at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, Boston.

Advertisement in the Boston Evening-Post, July 30, 1744. 804. Beating orders. Dated February 5 1744.

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805. I Do acknowledge to have | voluntarily inlisted my self as a private Soldier to serve l... in an Expedition against the French Settlements at Cape-| Breton, and the Islands adjacent.

1745 BOSTON: BRICK MEETING HOUSE. 806. Receipt for Pew in the South Brick Meeting-House in Marlborough Street, Boston.

MHS 807. Constitute of Boston, Gentleman, my Attorney | in all Causes moved and to be moved for me, or against me, in my name to Ap- pear, Plead and Pursue to final Judgment and Execution (cum facultate Substituendi.) 808. The English Soldier | Encouraged. Rouse Heroes, Arm, brave Captains take the Field, Great George commands, Arm with your Spear and Shield. G., L. 809. Brief Journal | Of the Taking of Cape-Breton, | Put in Metre, by L. G. one of the Soldiers in the Expedition. | NYHS

The writer was in the regiment from New London, Connecticut, and the issue may have come from a Connecticut press. Evans, 5601. HARVARD COLLEGE. 810. Catalogus.

HC 811. Quaestiones.

† AAS 812. Theses.

AAS. Evans, 5606, 5607. 813. Insurance Policy. JEFFREY 814. The Declaration and Confession of Jeffrey, Negro, who was executed at Worcester, October 17, 1745, for the Murder of his Mistress, Tabitha Sanford, at Mendon, the 12th of September preceeding. Sold at the Heart and Crown in Cornhill, Boston.

Advertisement in the Boston Evening-Post, October 28, 1745. Evans, 5571. It was a topic usually printed in a broadside. 815. A Letter from a Gentleman in Salem, to his Friend in Boston. [On settlement of Dudley Leavit over the First Church.) Dated, Salem, October 25, 1745.

MHS MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 816. [Royal arms.) By His Excellency | William Shirley, Esq;

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