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A re-engraved cut of the seal after John Foster, No. 69, supra. For enforcing the laws of the Colony against Vice. 2 pp. Dated March 13, 1689–90. 2 Proceedings, ix. 486. Evans, 530. Described in B. Green's bill as “one sheet of Laus for Reformation. 01-10-00.”Archives, LVIII. 137. 160. Anno Regni Regis & | Reginae Gulielmi & Mariae Secundo. | By the Governour, & Council. Whereas the Honourable Sir William Phipps Knight is appointed to take the Command of such Forces . . . in the present Expedition against the French at Nova Scotia, and L'Accadie ... Boston; March 24, 1689-90 (Printed by Samuel Green.)

MHS Three articles of encouragement are in print, and a fourth in Ms. 2 Proceedings, IX. 484. Evans, 519. In B. Green's bill it is described as "a half Sheet about Sr: William to go General 00-10-00.” Archives, LVIII. 137. 161. (A warrant for ten Rates. April. Boston: Printed by Samuel Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. 162. At a Session of the General Court of the Massachusets Colony, in Boston, 28th of May, 1690. Whereas the Honourable Sir William Phipps, Knight, is appointed to take the Chief Command, and Major John Walley to be second unto him (on expedition intended for Canada.

MHS With list of Muster-Masters. 2 Proceedings, ix. 485. Evans, 520. Described in B. Green's bill as “a Proclamation for Souldiers to go against Canada, 00-10-00.” Archives, LVIII. 137.

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163. (A half sheet for a fast. June. (Appointing July 10.) Boston: Printed by Samuel Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. Evans, 531. 164. [2 Acts of Court on half a sheet of paper 100 of them. July. Boston: Printed by Samuel Green.]

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. 165. (Warrants for 2 Rates a Large one, July. Boston: Printed by Samuel Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. 166. (Warrant for Rates. August. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. 167. (An Order for a Fast a Large one. August. (Appointing August 28.) Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. Evans, 532. 168. [An Order about Heads of Families. August. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.]

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 137. Evans, 526. 169. By the Governour & Council.

AAS. MHS Order dated September 29, 1690, suppressing a pamphlet entitled Publick Occurrences. 2 Proceedings, IX. 484; 2 Am. Ant. Soc. Proceedings, XI. 457. Evans, 533. 170. (Colony seal.] At the General Court of Their Majesties Colony of the Massachusetts Bay in New England, Sitting in Boston by Adjournment. December. | 10th.

10th. 1690. Cambridge: Printed by Samuel Green. 1690.

† MA Archives, CCXLII. 402. On issuing bills of credit. PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS. 171. An Address Presented to the King, August 7th. 1689. Re-printed at Boston by Ssamuel] G[reen] for Benjamin Harris, at the London Coffee-House. 1690.

Address and petition from New Plymouth. 2 Proceedings, ix. 482. Evans, 543. 172. Numb. 1, | Publick | Occurrences | Both Forreign and Domestick. Boston, Thursday Sept. 25th. 1690. Colophon: Boston, Printed by R. Pierce, for Benjamin Harris, at the London-Coffee-House. 1690.

† PRO 3 pp. Evans, 546.

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1691 173. Advertisement. / Whereas at the Instance and Request of divers Gentlemen | and Merchants, The G ernor and Council, with the con- sent of the General Court, have ... accepted the Propositions of the said particular Gentlemen

to Settle and Maintain an Officer and Garrison at PortRoyal ... Dated, Boston, June 5th, 1691.

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Archives, XXXVI. 111.
HARVARD COLLEGE.
174. Theses.

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MASSACHUSETTS BAY, COLONY.
175. (An order of the Court for Soldiers to come in to the
Committee within three months. April. Boston: Printed by
Bartholomew Green.

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. Evans, 555.
176. (An order of a fast (appointing May 7.) April. Boston:
Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. Evans, 557. 177. (An order of the Court for the Treasurer to send warrants to the Constibles to get their Raits, A Large half sheet of the small Letter, about 100. June. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. Evans 556. 178. (A Large warrant, about 100. June. Boston: Printed by Samuel Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. 179. (A warrant. July. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. 180. (A warrant for Commissioners. July. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. 181. (An Advertisement about 300. August. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.]

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. Possibly the “Advertisement, supra, about the garrison at Port Royal. 182. (A Large warrant for Deputies. September. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139.

183. (A Large warrant to quicken Constibles to get in there Raits. October. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. 184. (An Order for a Thanksgiving (appointing November 7.) October. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.]

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. Evans, 558. 185. [Tickets about 800. October. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green.)

Known by B. Green's bill, Archives, LVIII. 139. 186. (Colony Seal.] At a General Court | For Their Majesties Colony of the Massachusetts Bay in | New-England, Sitting at Boston, upon Adjournment, | December 22th. 1691. (On duties on imports to defend seas against pirates, and prohibiting Frenchmen from residing or exercising any manual trade in the Colony.)

pp. 2. 2 Proceedings, ix. 490. Archives, XXXVII. 342. Evans, 554. 187. Writ of execution.

Archives, XXXVII. 165. The varieties are too numerous to mention, being one almost for each two years.

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1692 HARVARD COLLEGE. 188. Quaestiones.

HC Evans, 596. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 189. By His Excellency the Governour. A Proclamation. (On orderly behavior of soldiers and seamen, and the enforcement of laws against vice.) Boston: Printed by Benjamin Harris. Printer to his Excellency, the Governour and Council. 1692.

MHS Evans, 619. 190. By the Governour, Council, | and Representatives, ! Convened in a Great and General Court, or Assembly of | Their Majesties Province of the Massachusetts-Bay: Held at Boston the 8th of June, 1692. (Appointing July 14 as a day of Thanksgiving.)

MHS Evans, 620. 191. (Royal arms.) By His | Excellency | the Governour. | Whereas it hath been of absolute Necessity, that a certain Number of men should be Impressed, for the Service of Their Majesties, in | Defence of this their Province, both at Sea and

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Land, Dated, July 27, 1692. Printed by Benjamin Harris, Printer to his Excellency, the Governour and Council. | 1692.

2 Proceedings, ix. 494. 192. Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. ss. | By Virtue of an Act of the General Assembly of this Their | Majesties Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. Intituled an Act for the Granting unto Their Majesties, An Assessment upon Polls | and Estate; Passed the 24th of June, 1692. Dated, November (18), 1692.

EI This is the earliest treasurer's or tax warrant found, although No. 164 in 1691 may have been one.

193. [Seal in wax.) Naval Office at Boston, In Their Majesties Province of Massachusets- | Bay, in | New-England. | These are to Certifie all whom it doth Con- | cern (clearance paper).

PC. MA Archives, LXI. 330. RUSSELL, EDWARD, Earl of Oxford. 194. Admiral Russel’s | Letter to the | Earl of Nottingham:/ Containing an Exact and Particular Relation of the Late Happy | Victory and Success against | The French Fleet. Boston Printed and Sold by Benjamin Harris, at the LondonCoffee-House. 1692.

† HC 4 pp. Reproduced in Green's Ten Facsimile Reproductions. 2 Proceedings, XVII. 60. Evans, 629. 195. A Table of the Courts.

BPL 2 Proceedings, XVII. 39.

1693 BOSWORTH, BENJAMIN. 196. Signs of Apostasy lamented.

BU pp. 4. Signed at end: “Benjamin Bosworth of New-England. In the 81st year of my age, 1693." 197. (Elegy?] | upon the | Death of that Reverend and Aged Man of God, Mr. Samuel Arnold, Pastor of the Church at Marshfield, who deceased in the 71st Year of his Age, and of his Ministry the 36th, September 1, 1693.

flc On the same sheet are: “Samuel Arnold. | Anagram, | Leave old Arm's," signed Ichabod Wiswell; and “Mr | Samuel Arnold, | The late faithful Preacher of ( the Gospel at Marshfield, who left earth for Heaven, September 1, 1693. I his last Farewell to the World. Written by himself not long before his Death."

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