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1182. Province of Massachusetts-Bay, 1759. By His Excellency the Governor. This doth Certify, That the Bearer
was by my Order Enlisted in the Province to serve as a Seaman on board | His Majesty's Ships of War in North-America, until the First of November next, ...
1 1183. Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, I To Colonel of a Regiment of Militia, | Greeting. | The AdjutantGeneral, by my Orders, has sent you your Proportion, which is the Number of Men to be raised in your Regiment. Dated, March 19, 1759.
MHS 1184. Province of the Massachusets- | Bay ss. | (Royal arms.) Harrison Gray, Esq; | Treasurer ... (Tax warrant.) Dated, July 3, 1759. 1185. To
Captain of the Military Foot Company in
Greeting. (Order from Governor Pownall to raise men for the expedition against Canada.) Dated, March 19, 1759.
+ LC 1186. To Col. | Sir, | Inclosed you receive the Bounty Notes to the Value of | being in Proportion to your Quota of the Levies. Dated, April 2, 1759. 1187. Received of Thomas Hubbard, | Esq; | CommissaryGeneral, the several Articles mentioned in the several Columns, 1188. Return of the Men inlisted or impressed for his Majesty's Service within the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, in the Regiment whereof Esq; is Colonel, to be put under the immediate Command of His Excellency Jefery Amherst, Esq; General and Commander in Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North-America, for the Invasion of Canada. MHS 1189. (Form printed in red ink, for return of supernumeraries on his Majesty's ships). Dated, (September 30, 1759.) AAS
May be an English imprint. 1190. (Wood cut.) The Memorable Year 1759.
Come my brave jolly Britons, no longer complain,
Britannia, Britannia, once more rules the Main: Nova SCOTIA. 1191. Province of (Royal arms.) Nova-Scotia | By His Excellency, Charles Laurence, Esq;)... | A Proclamation. (On
granting vacated lands in the Province. Dated, January 11, 1759. Boston in New-England: Printed by John Draper, 1759.
MHS 1192. To the Publick. | The Booksellers of the Town of Boston, | Unwilling to impose on the Publick ... (on Nathaniel Ames' Almanacs.) Dated, Boston, Dec. 21st. 1759. Boston: Printed for the Booksellers, of whom any person may have it gratis. Evans, 8288.
1760 AMHERST, JEFFREY. 1193. Copy of a Letter From His Excellency | General Am
1 herst, / To His Excellency | Governor Wentworth. Camp at Montreal, September 9, 1760. (Boston?]
BPL DRAPER, JOHN 1194. Receipt for Boston News-Letter, &c. F., A. 1195. A Poem on the Rebuke of God's Hand | in the awful Desolation made by Fire | in the Town of Boston; / on the 20th Day of March, 1760,. . To which is added, some brief hints, I on the great Conflagration ... Consummation of all Things. (Boston:) Printed and Sold at Fowle & Draper's Printing Office in Marlborough Street. 1760.
Evans, 8595. HARVARD COLLEGE. 1196. Quaestiones. 1197. Theses.
HC Evans, 8615. 1198. Insurance Policy. Insurance-Office Kept by Ezekiel Price, Notary-Public in Boston.
MHS MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 1199. By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq; . . A Proclamation (for discovering the author of a letter found in the Pulpit of the Meeting-House of the South-Parish in Malden, directed to Mr. Eliakim Willis, the Minister of the Town.) Dated, February 12, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, February 14, 1760. 1200. By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq; A Proclamation for Proroguing the General Court (to March 11.) Dated, February 19, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, February 21, 1760.
Captain-General and Governor in Chief, in and over His Majesty's
Frovince of the Maffachusetts-Bay ia Aew England, and Vice-Admiral of the same.
T having pleased Almighty GOD to give the most remarkable Success to His Majesty's
Arms this Year in America, more particularly in the Reduction of Quebeck (the Capital of Canada ) and the adjacent Couzery;
HAVE therefore thought fit, with the Advice of His Majesty's Council, to issue this Proclama
tion, appointing Thursday the Twenty-fifth Day of October Inftant, to be observed as a Day of Public Thanksgiving throughouto this Province, to commemorate thele distinguilhing
loftances of the Divine Goodness - Hereby recommending it to Ministers and people to unite in their respective Churches and Congregations, in rendering to Almighty GOD their grateful Praises for these undeserved Favours; and in presenting their humble Prayers and Supplications for His molt gracious Majesty King GEORGE, the Prince of Wales, and the rest of the Royal Family ; and for the Continuance of the Divine Blesling upon His Majesty's Government, and upon His Arms.
GIVEN at the Council-Chamber in Boston the Thirteenth Day of O&ober, 1759, in the
I hirty-tbird Year of the Reign of our Sovereign Lord GEORGE .be Second, by ebe Grace of GOD, of Great-Britain, France and Ireland, KING, Defender of obe. Faith, & c.
By His Excellency's Command,
A. Oliver, Secr'y.
GOD Save the KING,
BOSTON : Printed by Jobn Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governor and the
Honorable His Majelly's Council, 1759.
By His EXCELLENCY THOMAS POWN ALI, Efq;
; Captain-General and Governor in Chief. in and over His Majesty's Province of the Maffachusetts B4, in New England, and Vice-Admiral of the fame.
A BRI E F.
loftant, and go rage in tuch manner as to clode z Meana lor fuppeeling the fame, util it had in a few
Hundred and feventy-four Dwelling-Houses, and as masy Warehouses, Shops and other Buildings; the Loss whereof, with the Forniture and Good therein, ardnuns, it a moderate Computation, to On liustrud Tie und Poznas Sterling, and Two Hundred And Tecay Families are turned out of Doors the greatest Part of whom are by this Murenebs reduced as to be madered incapable of subesítang
themselves and stand is peed of an mediate Relich:
The two Hailes having, upon my Recommendation, taken thcle calainiton Circumstances iato Coalideration, anel judging the Distress to be so great and culcafive as to require the Charity of all well disposed Persons to mitigate and relieve the same, have desired me to fend BRIEFS throughout the Province, strongly recommanding the unhappy Case of these poor People to the inhabitants, and calling upon them for a general Contribution for their Reliel: DO hereby therefore mort earnehly recommend it to all
, to esprch their Christian Benevolence on this Occasion, by contributing in proportion to the Means with which GOD ha. blcited them, and to the Diftrelies of these
worthy Objects of their Charity; and do further defint, Thuwt may be collected on this Occation may be remitted to the Sek Men and Overseers of the Poor of the Tona of Bojla, ta be by them diftiibuted among the Sufferers, as they in tlxir Discretion shall judge proper.
And I do require the Ministers of the lever al Churches and Parithics within this Province to read or cause to be read this Brief to their respective Congregation on the First Load's-Dor after they receive the lame, or on the Day appointed for a General F1st the Third of April neit, as tcy lall judge most convenient,
GIVEN y Council.Csamber in Dofton the 7uvsty-fourth Day of March, 1969, in the Tbirty-third
Year of the Rrientos Sexton Lord GFORGE the Seconi, by the Grace of GOD, of Great Britain, .
France and Ireland, KING, D tender of the Faith, sc. By : Esrellency': Command,
T. Pownall. A. OLIVER, Sacry.
BOSTON: I'rined by Jobs Drafer, Printer to His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable His
Majesty's Council, 1760.
1201. By His Excellency Thomas Pownall, Esq; . . . A Proclamation For Proroguing the General Court (to March 19.) Dated, March 1, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 6, 1760. 1202. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | Thomas Pownall, Esq;l... | A Proclamation | For a general Fast. (April 3.) Dated, March 6, 1760. Boston: Printed by John Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable His Majesty's Council, 1760.
BPL 1203. By the Honorable Thomas Hutchinson, Esq; • . A Proclamation (authorising and requiring officers with expiring commissions to continue in their powers and trusts.) Dated, June 4, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, June 5, 1760. 1204. By the Honourable Thomas Hutchinson, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for Proroguing the General Court (to August 13.) Dated, July 12, 1780.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, July 17, 1760. 1205. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (continuing officers in their trusts reposed in them by their respective commissions.) Dated, August 2, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, August 7, 1760. 1206. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | Francis Bernard, Esq;l...A Proclamation. (For a day of Thanksgiving, October 9.) Dated, September 27, 1760. Boston: Printed by John Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governor, and the Honorable His Majesty's Council, 1760.
Evans, 8658. 1207. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for Proroguing the General Court (to November 12.) Dated, October 2, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, October 10, 1760. 1208. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for Proroguing the General Court (to November 26.) Dated, October 31, 1760.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, November 6, 1760. 1209. (Royal arms.] By His Excellency | Francis Bernard, Esq;l... A Proclamation | For a general Thanksgiving. [November 27.] Dated, November 7, 1760. Boston: Printed