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agreed with one in Queen Street Boston to take in his work. These are to desire him to be satisfyed with his proper Name, or he will be proceeded against according to Law. Boston Gazette, May 9, 1720.
While it is possible that Franklin may have referred to the Advertisement in the Gazette, yet the word “dispers’d” suggests a circular. BURT, JONATHAN. 450. A Lamentation Occasion'd by the Great Sickness & Lamented Deaths of divers Eminent Persons in Springfield. I Composed by Mr. Jonathan Burt, (an Old Disciple,) in his Fourscore & Fifth Year, 1 (Since Deceased) Left as a Dying Legacy to his Children, and Surviving Friends. Writ, April, , 1712. Printed in the Year, 1720.
MHS BOSTON. 451. Some Reasons and Arguments offered to the People of Boston, and adjacent Places for setting up of Markets in Boston. To be Sold by Samuel Gerrish and John Edwards Booksellers, near the Town House in Boston. Price 4d. single, or 3s. a Dozen.
Advertisement in Boston News-Letter, March 7, 1720. HARVARD COLLEGE. 452. Quaestiones.
MHS 453. Theses.
AAS. HC. MHS MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 454. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for a General Fast (March 31.) Dated March 3, 1719(-20).
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 14, 1720. 455. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; ... A Procla
A mation for Proroguing the General Assembly (to April 13). Dated, March 7, 1719(-20).
Printed in the Boston Gazette, March 14, 1719(-20). 456. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation For Detecting the Writer of a certain Paper called, An Order of Our Soveraign Lord the People. Dated, April 28, 1720.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, May 2, 1720. The Proclamation leaves the impression that the “Order” was circulated only in a manuscript form, for it offers pardon to any person “concerned in Transcribing or Scattering the said Papers" who shall inform against the writer. Sewall's Diary (III. 250) settles the question of printing. “The Govr. in Council said he had met with a Libel; producing it; it appeared to be (Colman's]
the distressed estate of Boston: I had not seen it before. Council order'd the Sessions to inquire after the Author and printers and to do with them according to Law.”
457. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (offering a reward for the apprehension of John Bishop of Guilford, a supposed counterfeiter.) Dated, September 5, 1720.
Printed in the Boston News-Leller, September 12, 1720. 458. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . A Proclamation for a General Thanksgiving (October 27.) Dated, October 4, 1720.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, October 10, 1720. 459. “Whereas His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . has Issued forth a Proclamation for Apprehending of Deserters from His Majesty's Ship the Rose, Captain Thomas Whitney Commander
In Boston Gazette, November 14, 1720. 460. The Case of the Muster Rolls | of his Majesty's Castle William, | The Honourable William Dummer, Esq; Commander, which was lately enquired into by a Committee of the Honourable House of Representatives, as it appears to His Majesty's Council. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council. 1720.
BA pp. 3. It is reprinted in the Journals of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts (Dowse), II. 355, 461. The Mercies Of the Year, commemorated: | A Song
1 for | Little children in New-England. | December 13th 1720. (And] Psalm CVII — last Part. | Translated | by the Reverend | Mr. Isaac Watts And by him Intitled, | A Psalm for NewEngland.
† JCB The “Mercies of the Year” was reprinted in December, 1910, by George Parker Winship, and both poems were reproduced in 1911 for the Club for Colonial Reprints, Providence, R. I. SEWALL, SAMUEL. 462. Upon Mr. Samuel Willard, his first coming into the Assembly (same as No. 244, supra.) (also) N. The 106 — 127, & 166 Pages of this Book, do more especially treat / of the calling of the Jews. Dated Fifth-Day; May 12th, 1720. MHS
The 2 pages are on same side of leaf. The verses on Mr. Willard are those of 1700, but reset. The second page applies to Willard's The Fountain Opened, printed in 1700, with which it is found in the mis.
Sewall was paying court to Madame Winthrop at the time and the second page is an amusing approach in his suit. "The text is in 2 Proceedings, II. 42. VALENTINE, JOHN. 463. The Postscript. Dated Deadham, 1720.
LC pp. 3. On Colman and his “Distressed State of the Town of Boston.” Reprinted in Davis, Colonial Currency reprints, 1. 445.
1721 Boston, Town. 464. At A Publick Town Meeting of the Freeholders & other | Inhabitants of the Town of Boston, Legally Warned | and Met, at the Town-House in Boston on Wednesday, August Second, and Continued by Adjournment to Fryday the Eleventh of said Month. Anno 1721. (Instructions to John Clarke and others.) Boston: Printed for Benjamin Gray, at his Shop in Corn-Hill. 1721.
† hc. Evans, 2201. 465. At a Town-Meeting | The 11th day of August to give Instructions to their | Representatives, a Discourse happened pro and con, upon the reading the 3d Article, to wit, And preserving the just and laudable usages and Customs of reserving Allowances and Grants until the Acts and Elections, &c. be fully compleated and sign'd by his Excellency. With some Reflections on the pre- | sent Assembly, as far as is come to our Knowledge, and some Account of the manner of chusing them.
466. Decree of Judgment.
MA Archives, CCLXXXII. 42. HARVARD COLLEGE. 467. Catalogus.
HC 468. Theses.
MHS 469. The Little-Compton Scourge: | or, | The Anti-Courant. Dated, Little-Compton, August 10, 1721. Boston: Printed and sold by J. Franklin over against Mr. Sheaf's School in Queen Street. Price 3d.
t Signed, Zechariah Touchstone. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 470. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . .. A Procla
mation for a General Fast. [April 20.) Dated, March 20, (1720-21.)
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, April 3, 1721. 471. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (for apprehending Benjamin Norton of Newport, Rhode Island, for corresponding with pirates.) Dated, May 6, 1721.
Printed in Boston News-Letter, May 15, 1721. 472. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; A Proclamation for a General Fast. (July 13.) Dated, June 27, 1721.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, July 3, 1721. 473. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (imposing a quarantine on ships coming from France or the Mediterranean because of the prevalent plague in those parts.) Dated, August 4, 1721.
Printed in the Boston News-Leller, August 14, 1721. 474. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (directing the return of all fit to bear arms who had deserted the Eastern settlements.) Dated August 4, 1721.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, August 14, 1721. 475. (Royal arms.] By His Excellency, / Samuel Shute, Esq;
A Proclamation for a General | Thanksgiving (October 26.) Dated, September 18, 1721. Boston:Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Governour and Council. 1721. Evans, 2240.
RIHS. MHS 476. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (for discovering the unknown villain who threw into the house of the Rev. Cotton Mather a Granado-shell, loaded with combustible matter.) Dated, November 16, 1721.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, November 20, 1721. See Mather, Diary, 11. 657. 477. Province of the Massachusetts-Bay. | Samuel Shute, Esqr; Captain General |... (Military commission.) Dated, [March 31,) 172.
EI MATHER, INCREASE. 478. Several Reasons | Proving that Inoculating or Transplanting the Small Pox is a | Lawful Practice, and that it has been blessed by God for the Saving of many a Life. Boston:
1 Printed by S. Kneeland for J. Edwards at his Shop in KingStreet. 1721.
† BM. PC. JCB pp. 2. Evans, 2258.
MHS 2 poems on the same sheet. THACHER, PETER, JOHN DANFORTH AND JOSEPH BELCHER. 481. To the Reverend Minister of the Glorious Gospel of Christ in | in New-England; We wish Grace, Mercy & Peace, I thro' Our Lord Jesus Christ. Dated at Dedham, October 9, 1721.
† HC pp. 2. Sending a Formulary of a Preamble for Private Subscriptions, or Publick Contributions, for erecting a small meeting-house at Providence, R. I.
1722 CALEF, JOHN. 482. A Poem, on the much-lamented Death | of | Mr. Edmund Titcomb, Who Died May 26, 1722, in the 41st year of
† NYHS G., W. 483. A Brief Narrative, or Poem, giving an Account of the Hostile Actions of some Pagan Indians towards Lieutenant Jacob Tilton, and his brother Daniel Tilton, both of Ipswich, ...
See under 1774, infra. HARVARD COLLEGE. 484. Quaestiones.
BA. HC 485. Theses. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 486. By His Excellency, Samuel Shute, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for a General Fast. (August 9.) Dated, July 12, 1722.
Printed in the Boston Gazette, July 23, 1722. 487. By His Excellency Samuel Shute, Esq. Captain General and Gouvernour in Chief, ...A Declaration against the Eastern Indians. Dated July 25, 1722. Boston: Printed by B. Green, 1722.
NHSHS The text is printed in the Boston Gazette, July 30, 1722.