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378. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley Esq. 1... | A Proclamation. (On seven muster rolls of New England Troops at Annapolis Royal.) Dated, August 16, 1714. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Governour & Council. 1714.

2 Am. Ant. Soc. Proceedings, XI. 459. 379. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq; . A Proclamation for a General Fast. (September 2.) Dated, August 20, 1714.

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, August 30, 1714. 380. A Muster Roll of Capt. David Pigeons Company of New-England Troops, During its being at Annapolis Royal, in Her | Majesties Service, from the 10th, of October 1710. to the 10th. of October 1711.

Archives, xci. 2. 381. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency, | Joseph Dudley Esq. 1. .. | A Proclamation Requiring all Persons being in Office of Authority or Government at the [Death] of the late Queen, to proceed in the Execution of their respective O[ffices.] Dated October 27, 1714.

† BA 382. (Proclamation for apprehending Thomas Odell, escaped from his Majesty's Goal in Boston, where he stood committed for counterfeiting Bills of Credit. Dated, October 29, 1714.]

Outlined in the Boston News-Letter, November 8, 1714. 383. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving. (November 25.] Dated, November 1, 1714.

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, November 22, 1714. 384. Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. | At a Session of the Great and General Court, | Held at Boston, October 14, 1713 (on townships in York County.) Also a resolution on a town near Casco, passed February 10th, 1713-14). Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Gov. & Council. 1713.

† BA 385. Recognizance.

MHS Forms in the mhs are dated, 1723 (Fr.), 1733, 1738, 1742, 1745 (two varieties) 1764, 1766 and 1769, in various collections. 386. Taken from The London Gazette, / which is Published by Authority, From Saturday July 31. to Tuesday August 3. 1714 (on death of Queen Anne). Boston: Reprinted and Sold by B. Green, in Newbury Street. Sept. 22 1714. BA. BPL. MHS

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387. From | The London Gazette. . . . . From Tuesday November 23. to Saturday November 27. 1714. By the King, I A Proclamation. Declaring His Majesty's Pleasure for Continuing the Officers in His Majesty's Plan- | tations, till His Majesty's Pleasure shall be further Declared.' Dated, November 22, 1714. Re-printed at Boston, by Thomas Fleet and Thomas Crump, by Order of His Excellency the Governour.

† BA 1715 GREAT BRITAIN. 388. His Majesty's | Most gracious | Speech | To both Houses of Parliament, l'On Monday, March the 21st. 1714-15. Boston: Re-printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump, in Pudding-Lane. Sold by Nicholas Buttolph and Samuel Gerrish. 1715. Price Two Pence.

† AAS Evans, 1742, says Reprinted by B. Green. 389. The Humble Address of the House of Lords | to the King, March 23. 1714-15. | With His Majesty's most Gracious Answer. Boston; Printed by T. Fleet and T. Crump; Sold by Nicholas Buttolph and Samuel Gerrish. I (Price Two Pence.)

† AAS 390. Copy Of the Fifth & Sixth ARTICLES of the Treaty of Neutrality I in America, between England and France, in the Year 1686. | late sent in Orders to His Majesty's Frigots attending The Government of this Province, to be put in Execution to | Effect. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Gov. & Council. 1715.

ТВА See Nos. 423 and 594. HARVARD COLLEGE. 391. Catalogus. 392. Quaestiones.

HC 393. In Luctuosissimum obitum | Doctissimi Reverendissimique Magistri | Thomæ Bridge, | Ecclesiæ de Bostonia Pastoris fidelissimi, pie ac placide | in domino defuncti, 26 Septrs 1715. Ætatis 59.

† BA LONDON. CITY. 394. Instructions by the Citizens of London, to their Representatives for the Ensuing Parliament. Boston: Re-printed by

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Thomas Fleet and Thomas Crump, in Pudding- | Lane, near the Town-House. Sold by Samuel Gerrish. 1715. Price Two Pence.

| BA. The original was printed in London "for John Clark, at the Bible and Crown in Cheapside near the Poultrey. 1715.A copy is in the Bibliotheca Lindensiana. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 395. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq; . . . A Proclamation Against a Commerce and Trade with the French of Canada, Cape Breton, &c. Dated, January 3, 1714-15).

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, January 17, 1714(-15). 396. By His Excellency, Joseph Dudley, Esq; . :. A Procla

, mation, (dissolving the General Court, which had been prorogued to January 19.) Dated, January 12, 1714-15).

Printed in the Boston News-Lelter, January 17, 1714(-15). 397. (Royal arms.) By the Honourable the Council | Of His Majesties Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England. | A Proclamation. (Continuing in office all qualified officers civil and military.) Dated February 4, 1714. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to the Honourable the Council. 1714(-15).

MHS Reproduced in 2 Proceedings, xv. 345. 398. (Royal arms.) By the Honourable the Council | of His Majesties Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New England. | A Proclamation for a general Fast. Dated, March 2, 1714(-15).

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Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to the Honourable the Council. 1714.

BA 399. (Royal arms.) By the Honourable the Council of His Majesties Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in NewEngland. | A Declaration. Dated, March 18, 1714. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to the Honourable the Council. 1714(-15).

BA. MHS A reply to “The Case of His Excellency the Governour and Council of the Province ... truly stated," No. 404, infra. Reproduced in 2 Proceedings, xv. 351. 400. (Royal Arms) By His Excellency, | Joseph Dudley Esq. 1. | A Proclamation Against a Commerce & Trade with the French of Canada, Cape Breton, &c. Dated, March 29, 1715. Boston: Printed by B. Green, 1715.

† BA 401. [Proclamation proroguing the General Court to October 26. Dated, September 22, 1715.)

Mentioned in the Boston News-Letter, September 26, 1715. 402. By the Honourable, William Tailer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation, Requiring all Persons being now in Office of Authority or Government to Continue and Proceed in the Execution of their Respective Trusts and offices. Dated, November 9, 1715.

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, November 14, 1715. 403. William Tailer Esq; Lieutenant Governour |... Military commission. Dated in Ms. January 21, 1715.

MeHS 404. The Case of His Excellency the Governour and Council of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in New-England, truly Stated. [Boston: Thomas Fleet, 1715.]

MHS pp. 4. Another copy in the Boston Athenaeum has endorsed upon it in the writing of Samuel Sewall: “This was Printed by Thomas Fleet at Boston, March 14th. 1714-15.” The reply is No. 399, supra.

Boston, On Friday last (18) the Honourable the Council Issued forth a Declaration against a Printed Sheet, Sign’d by no Body, containing Reflections on the Government.” Boston News-Letter, March 21, 1714 (-15.)

“In the Last Weeks News-Letter there was Notice taken of a Declaration against an Anonymous Paper &c. and these are to Certify, that there was no Order of Council for Inserting the same." Ib., March 28, 1715.

“Whereas sometime on or about Tuesday the 15th of March Instant, a Printed Sheet of Paper, Called the Case Stated &c. was Clandestinely taken out of Mr. Samuel Tyleys office in Boston near the Town-House, and afterwards with an ill Design, dropt in the Street, whereby the

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are therefore to give Notice that if any one will Discover the Person that was Guilty of that Crime, so as he may be Convicted thereof shall be well rewarded." Ib. NOYES, NICHOLAS. 405. A Poem on the Death of Joseph Green, of Salem. 1715.

Wegelin, 1. 41. SEWALL, SAMUEL. 406. Province of the Massachusetts-Bay in | New-England; December, 12, 1715. | Samuel Sewall Esq; Judge for the Probate of Wills, and Granting | Letters of Administration, within the County of Suffolk; Purposes, / God willing, to wait upon that Business, at his dwelling house in Boston,..

EI 1716 407. Flying Post. (Boston: Thomas Fleet, 1716.]

“The Lieutenant Governor asked the Council's Advice about a Paragraph taken out of the Flying Post printed by Fleet,” Sewall, Diary,

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HARVARD COLLEGE. 408. Quaestiones. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 409. By the Honourable William Tailer, Esq; . . A Proclamation. (Ordering the Reprinting of His Majesties Proclamation, "publishing his most Pious Resolution, to discountenance and punish all Vice, Immorality and Prophaneness, and to Encourage and Reward Virtue in all Persons from the Highest to the Lowest Degree.”) Dated, March 2, 17151-16).

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 12, 1715(-16). The royal proclamation was dated January 5, 1714(-15). A copy is in the British Museum. 410. By the Honourable, William Tailer, Esq; A Proclamation for a General Fast. (March 22.] Dated, March 2,

, 1715(-16).

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 19, 1715. 411. By the Honourable William Tailer, Esq; . A Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving. (August 23.) Dated,

] August 3, 1716.

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, August 13, 1716. 412. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . A Proclamation (continuing in office all officers, civil and military within the Province). Dated, October 5, 1716.

Printed in the Boston News-Letter, October 8, 1716.

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