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lamation For Proroguing the General Court (to October 18). Dated, September 29, 1764.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, October 4, 1764. 1325. [Royal arms.) By His Excellency | Francis Bernard, Esq;l.../A Proclamation | For a general Thanksgiving. [November 29.) Dated, November 7, 1764. Boston: Printed by Richard Draper, Printer to the Governor and Council. 1764. Evans, 9730.

AAS. 1326. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation For Proroguing the General Court (to January 9). Dated, November 24, 1764.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, November 30, 1764. 1327. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; A Proclamation (prohibiting the carriage of any of the late inhabitants of Acadie or Nova Scotia to the French West Indies.) Dated, November 28, 1764.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, November 30, 1764. 1328. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; A Proclamation (on cessation of hostilities with Indian nations.) Dated, December 19, 1764.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, December 27, 1764. 1329. Oaths appointed to be taken instead of the Oaths of Allegiance & Supremacy: | And Declaration. (Endorsed, May, 1764.)

2 leaves. Archives, L. 195. The last words in the second line from the foot of the first leaf are “with or annul the" 1330. Commission as Justice of Inferior Court of Common Pleas.

BPL 1331. Collector's receipts for Excise. 1332. (Cut.) The News-Boy's Christmas and New-Year's Verses. Humbly Address'd | To the Gentlemen and Ladies to whom he carries the Boston Evening- | Post, published by T. & J. Fleet. December 31. 1764.

† PHS 1333. A New Year's Wish, | A Happy Year to my generous Customers. Boston, January 1, 1764.

† PHS SAVAGE, SAMUEL PHILLIPS. 1334. In the Name of God, Amen. Policy of marine insurance. Insurance-Office kept in King-Street, Boston, by Samuel Phillips Savage.

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SHERMAN, JOHN. 1335. [Cut.] The last Words and Dying Speech of | John Sherman, Executed at Newport, Rhode Island, on Friday the Sixteenth Day of | November, 1764, for Burglary. Boston: Printed and Sold at R. and S. Draper's Printing-office in Newbury-street, and at Green and Russell's in Queen- | street. 1764.

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SUFFOLK COUNTY. 1336. Suffolk, ss. Anno Regni Regis Georgii Tertii, Magnae Britanniae, ... | At an Inferiour Court of Common Pleas... (Form for copy of record.)

MHS WOLVES, BOUNTY ON. 1337. (Warrant on Treasurer from Select Men of Towns for payment of bounty on Wolves.]

† MA Archives, 1. 401. The same form was used in 1765 together with a new impression, the differences being shown in the termination of the first line: 1764

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1765 1338. An Address to the True-born Sons of Liberty in the Government of the Massachusetts-Bay. Signed a Countryman.

Printed in three columns. From an auction catalogue. See No. 1605. AMORY, JONATHAN AND JOHN. 1339. Jonathan & John Amory, | In King-Street, Boston, and | At Salem, I in the House where the Hon. Timothy Lin

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1340. A Catalogue of Books, Lately imported from Britain; 1
And to be Sold by A. Barclay. 1 Second Door North of the three
King's Corn-hill Boston.

Andrew Barclay was in this location 1765–1773.
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1342. Faneuil-Hall Lottery, No. Five. Dated, June, 1765.

BPL 1343. Articles | agreed upon by the Charitable Irish Society, in Boston New-England, ( for the Better Management of their Charity. Boston: printed by W. M'alpine and J. Fleeming. M,DD,LXV.

MHS 1344. A Caricatura, being a Representation of the Tree of Liberty, and the Distresses of the present Day. Sold by N. Hurd near the Exchange.

From the Massachusetts Gazette, October 31, 1765. 1345. The Conversation of two Persons under Window on Monday | Evening the 23d of March.

MHS Endorsed in Ms. “R. Tyler who was a Councillor. A conversation about him.” HARVARD COLLEGE. 1346. Quaestiones.

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HC Evans, 9999. 1348. [Cut.] Liberty, Property, and no Excise. / A Poem, | Compos'd on occasion of the Sight seen on the Great Trees (so called) in Boston, New-England, on the 14th of August, 1765.

Evans, 10040, describes an issue in 8 pages, 8vo. LIGHTLY, JOSEPH. 1349. The Last Words and Dying | Speech Of Joseph Lightly,

Who was executed at Cambridge, November 21, 1765. For the Murder of Elizabeth Post, at a Place called Ware. 1350. Maker or Shippers Affidavit for Rum, Spirits, Sugars and Molasses agreeable to the 4th of Geo. III. cap. 15. † MA

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MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 1351. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | Francis Bernard, .

| Esq;l... | A Proclamation | For a general Fast. (April 18.] Dated, March 13, 1765. Boston: Printed by Richard Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governor and the Honorable | His Majesty's Council. 1765.

AAS. MHS Evans, 10060. 1352. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation For Dissolving the General Court. Dated, April 6, 1765.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, April 11, 1765. 1353. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq;

A Proclamation (for discovering those concerned in taking the sloop Polly from the Collector of Customs at Newport.) Dated, April 13, 1765.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, April 19, 1765. 1354. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation For Proroguing the General Court (to August 14). Dated, July 25, 1765.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, August 1, 1765. 1355. (Royal arms.] By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq;

A Proclamation (on discovering those engaged in the riotous attack on the house of the Secretary of the Province on August 14.) Dated, August 15, 1765.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, August 15, 1765. 1356. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (for discovering those concerned in the attack on the house of William Story, Deputy-Register of the Court of Admiralty.) Dated, August 28, 1765.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, August 29, 1765. 1357. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (for the meeting of the General Court on September 25.) Dated, September 6, 1765.

Printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, September 12, 1765. 1358. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency | Francis Bernard, Esq;... A Proclamation For a general Thanksgiving. (December 5.) Dated, November 13, 1765. Boston: Printed by Richard Draper, Printer to His Excellency the Governor, and the Honorable His Majesty's Council. 1765. AAS

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1359. By His Excellency Francis Bernard, Esq; ... A Proclamation (for discovering John alias Jones and Young charged with the murder of Anthony Denoyer of Louisiana.) Dated, December 18, 1765.

Substance printed in the Massachusetts Gazette, December 19, 1765. 1360. Francis Bernard, Esq; | Captain General ... Military commission. Dated in Ms. April 27, 1765.

Engraved on the same plan as Johnston's plate of 1760, but unsigned. 1361. Advertisement. | In the House of Representatives, Feb. 21, 1765. (Appointing a Committee to prepare an alphabetical list of all military officers and soldiers who had served in the several expeditions since the first expedition to Louisburg in 1745.) Dated, March 1, 1765. 1362. Martis, 29 Die Octobris, A. D. 1765. In the House of Representatives. According to the Order of the Day (resolutions on taxation and inalienable rights under the British constitution.)

pp. 2. Endorsed: “Resolves of the Boston Assemblies." Evans, 10065 1363. (Royal arms.) Province of | Massachusetts-Bay. | The Honourable | Harrison Gray, Esq; | Treasurer. (Tax warrant.) Dated, July 8, 1765. 1364. (Royal arms.) Province of | Massachusetts-Bay. | The Honourable | Harrison Gray, Esq; | Treasurer (Tax warrant). Dated October 28, 1765.

AAS 1365. A New-Year's | Address, | To the Customers, of the Boston Gazette, &c. For January 1765.

† PHS Signed "J. T.” 1366. (Royal arms.) A New-Year’s | Address, | Which the Carrier of the Boston News-Letter, &c. | humbly Presents to all his Generous Customer's. | January, 1765.

† PHS 1367. A New Year's Wish. 1765.

† PHS Europa still partakes the joys of Peace: How long (God knows) while Gallia's envious Race ...

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1368. The True Sons of Liberty. Boston, Dec. 18. 1765. (Letter of the Sons of Liberty to Andrew Oliver, demanding his resignation, with the subsequent proceedings of December 17 and a note to Messrs. Draper requesting the printing of the same.)

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