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in the form of a proclamation. It is possible, therefore, it was not issued as a broadside.
305. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. . . . A Proclamation for further Proroguing the General Assembly to October 29, 1707. Dated, October 10, 1707.
Announced in the Boston News-Letter, October 13, 1707.
306. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. . . . A Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving. [December 11, 1707.] Dated, November 24, 1707.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, December 1, 1707.
307. May 28th, 1706. | To my Worthy Friend, | Mr. James Bayley, Living (if Living) in Roxbury. A Poem. † NYHS. BPL Sewall has noted that it was "Printed, July 30, 1707."
308. Tuesday, November, 25. 1707. | The Reasons of my withdrawing my Vote from what was Pass'd in Council, upon Saturday, November the First, relating to an Address offered to Her Majesty, | Sign'd Nath. Higginson, &c. Boston N. E. Printed December 10, 1707. † NYHS
Evans, 1332. The мs. is in Archives, xx. 111.
309. The Names of the Streets, Lanes & Alleys, | Within the Town of Boston in New England. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green, in Newbury Street: Sold by the Booksellers. 1708. Price 3d.
No. 310. Conventional mortuary border.
310. [Wood-cut.] Carmen Miserabile. | A Solemn Lacrymatory for the Grave of | Jonathan Marsh, | Junior-sophister: who Deceas'd at Harvard College in Cambridge: June the 10th.
1708. Born at Hingham: Aged Eighteen Years and Ten Months. † BA
311. Divine Examples of God's Severe Judgments | upon Sabbath Breakers. | In their unlawful Sports, Collected out of several Divine Subjects, | viz. | Mr. H. B. Mr. Beard, and the Practice of Piety: A fit Monument for our present Times, etc. [Cuts.] Boston in New-England: Re-Printed and Sold in Newbury-Street.
See Green, John Foster, 13, where it is reproduced.
314. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. . . . A Proclamation for a General Fast. [April 15.] Dated, March 18, 1707[-08].
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 29, 1708.
315. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. . . . A Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving. [November 25.] Dated, November 3, 1708.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, November 15, 1708.
316. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. . . . A Proclamation Referring to Marines and Seamen. Dated, December 16, 1708.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, December 27, 1708.
NARRAGANSETT COUNTRY PROPRIETORS.
317. To the Honourable the | Committee | Appointed to Receive claims of such as have Right | and Propriety in the Narraganset Country, or | Kings Province, in New-England. | The Declaration of Claim in the Name and behalf of the Proprietors. Boston: Printed by B. Green, in Newbury Street. 1708. MHS Pp. 2.
318. The Grammarians Funeral, | or, | An Elegy composed upon the Death of Mr. John Woodmancy, | formerly a SchoolMaster in Boston: But now Published upon | the Death of the Venerable Mr. Ezekiel Chevers, | The late and famous SchoolMaster of Boston in New-England; who Departed this Life the |
Twenty-first of August 1708. Early in the Morning. In the
319. Meditations on the uncertainty of Mans Life: | of the Torments of Hell, and of the Joys of Heaven. | Occasioned by the sudden Death's of sundry Persons in the County of Plymouth. To which is added, An Alphabet of Verses, every One containing an intire Sentence: Composed for Instruction of Young Persons; | Suited to be Set in Copies. Boston in New England; Printed by Bartholomew Green. 1708.
It also contains an "Acrostick" on the name Thomas Turner, the author?
No copy of the Catalogus has been located. LANE.
322. A Covenant for Reformation. | Assented to in Hatfield, September 12th, 1709. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green, Newberry Street. 1709.
The date in caption has been altered by pen to 1705. Evans, 1390. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 323. By the Honourable | Col. Francis Nicholson, and Col. Samuel Vetch. | A Proclamation (encouragements to enlist in the present Expedition.) [At foot:] By His Excellency, The aforegoing Proclamation is agreeable to Her Majesty's Instructions; To Her Majesties Commands to my self, and for Her Service, Let it be made Publick. J. DUDLEY. † MA
Archives, LXXI. 502.
324. Midweek, May, 25. 1709. [Election for Council.] MA Archives, XLVIII. 412.
325. [Sheet of Bills of credit.]
Archives, ci. 361.
326. [Cut.] Profit and Loss: An Elegy Upon the Decease of | Mrs. Mary Gerrish, Late Vertuous Wife of Mr. Samuel Gerrish, and Daughter of the Honourable Judge Sewall, | Who on Novemb. 17. 1710. the Night after Publick Thanksgiving, En
tred on the Celebration of | Triumphant Hallelujahs, to her Profit, and our Loss. Aged 19. Years & 20. Days. Signed "J. D."
328. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq. A Proclamation for a General Fast. [June 15.] Dated, June 2, 1710. Printed in the Boston News-Letter, June 12, 1710.
329. [Royal arms.] By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq; . A Proclamation For an Embargo. Dated, July 15, 1710. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Gov. and Council. 1710.
Archives, LXIII. 161.
330. A Muster Roll of the Company in Her Majesties | Service under the Command of Captain, Viz.
Archives, LXIII. 190. Used as a portledge bill of the ship Dispatch, in the expedition to Port Royal.
master of the
Do Acknowledge to have Received of Andrew Belcher, Esq. . . Provisions, Slop-Clothing, and Stores.
332. Noverint Universi per presentes . . . (Ship's bond to land enumerated commodities only in other of her Majesty's plantations, or in some port of Great Britain.)
333. Upon the Much Lamented Death, | of that Pious and Hopeful Young Gentlewoman, | Wife of Mr. Samuel Gerrish, the Daughter of the Honourable | Samuel Sewall Esqr. Who Departed this Life November 17th. 1710. | Being the Night after Publick Thanksgiving. † BPL
334. [in an engraved border] A Neighbour's Tears | Sprinkled on the Dust of the Amiable Virgin, | Mrs. Rebekah Sewall, | who was born December 30. 1704. and dyed | suddenly, August 3. 1710. Ætatis 6.
Signed B. T. Evans, 1489.
335. A Vindicating Testimonial, | Of Mr. Hugh Adams (the First and Late Pastor of the South Church in Brantry:) . . Dated August 21, 1710.