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DEED. 531. Province of the Massachusetts Bay. This Indenture... A blanket folio. Archives, XLII. 327.
MA HARVARD COLLEGE. 532. Catalogus.
HC Evans, 2878. 533. Quaestiones.
HC 534. Theses.
† AAS. BA.
HC 535. London, June 15, 1727: Colophon: London Printed: Reprinted and Sold in Queen-Street Boston, MDCCXXVII. | LC
pp. 2. On the death of George I. Printed by Samuel Kneeland. MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 536. (Royal Arms. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq. l... | A Proclamation For Apprehending John Pittman (suspected of murdering. Capt. James Cornwall). Dated, February 24, 1726[-27]. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Hon. the Lieut. Gov. & Council, 17261-27). † MHS 537. By the Honourable, William Dummer, Esq; . . A Proclamation for a Publick Fast. [March 30.] Dated, March 9, 1726[-27].
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 16, 1727. 538. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation (on treaty with the Eastern Indians and its observance). Dated, August 3, 1727.
Printed in the Boston News Letter, August 10, 1727. 539. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for a Publick Fast. (December 21.) Dated, December 9, 1727.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, December 14, 1727. 540. (Royal Arms.) Jeremiah Allen, Esq; | Treasurer, etc. Dated, December 5, 1727, (Province tax warrant.) † NYHS 541. On a Day of Publick Fasting and Prayer | (December 21, 1727.) Occasioned by a Terrible Earthquake, on Lord's-DayNight, October | 29th. 1727.
† AAS pp. 4. Evans, 2896. SEWALL, SAMUEL. 542. In Remembrance of Mr. Samuel Hirst, | The Eldest, and only Surviving Son of | Grove Hirst, Esq; Merchant, & Elizabeth Sewall his Wife ... was born at Boston, October 23, 1705. And died very suddenly, when he was in his way | upon the Long Wharff, at two in the Afternoon, January, 14. 1726, 7.
1728 543. Advertisement. These may Certify whom it may | concern, That the General Assem-l bly of this Province at their Session | begun and held the 29th of May 1728, | Pass'd a Resolve for granting lands to soldiers in the Narraganset war. Archives, LXXII. 367.
† MA BOSTON. 544. Boston, sc. A Purpose of Marriage between hath stood Entred with me for the space of Fifteen Days: And due Publication of such their Intention or Purpose ... Signed in Ms., Samuel Checkley, Town clerk. 545. A Covenant for Reformation. | Assented to in LongMeadow, in Springfield, August 22d 1728.
† lc See note under No. 655, infra. HARVARD COLLEGE. 546. Quaestiones.
BA. нс MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 547. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for a General Fast. (March 21.) Dated, February 22, 1727[-28]. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Honour the Lieut. Governour & Council. 1728.
BPL 548. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for Apprehending Henry Phillips. Dated, July 4,
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, July 11, 1728. 549. (Royal arms.) By His Excellency / William Burnet, Esq; 1. | A Proclamation | for a General Thanksgiving. (November 7.) Dated, October 15, 1728. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Governour & Council. 1728. BA 550. By His Excellency, William Burnet, Esq; ... A Proclamation (on the change of names in all the Prayers, Litanies and Collects for the Royal Family). Dated, October 28, 1728.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, October 31, 1728. 551. Military Commission (William Burnet, Captain General & Governour in Chief.]
MHS The "Proposals" are printed in the Boston News-Letter, February 29, 1728. 554. A Poem presented to His Excellency William Burnet, Esq; on his Arrival at Boston.
BPL Evans, 3092. 555. The Projection for Raising and Emitting One Hundred and Eighty Thousand Pounds, in Bills of Credit, for a Medium of Trade, Exchanging the Present Bills of Credit on this Province, and Returning the Value thereof; is lodg'd in Mr. Joseph Marion's office, on the North side of the Town-House in Boston, for all such as are inclined to be Undertakers or Borrowers in that Affair to subscribe to. Boston, April 3, 1728.
Advertisement in the Boston Gazette, April 8, 1728. I assume there was a circular or like notice on the “Projection.” A like undertaking in an Assurance office is advertised in the same paper, November 25, 1728. 556. Salus Populi (on government).
† WHS Found in a file of the Boston Gazette, 1728, in the State Historical Society of Wisconsin.
1729 557. An Account of the Life and Death of Mercy Paddock (of Yarmouth), who died in the ninth Year of her Age.
Evans, 3126. COLMAN, BENJAMIN. 558. The character Of His Excellency | William Burnet, Esq; | Late Governour of the Province of the Massachusetts-Bay, &c. Boston, Sept. 8. 1729. Boston, Printed and Sold by T. Fleet in Pudding Lane, near the Town-House, 1729.
† BPL. AAS. MAS The copy in the American Antiquarian Society is signed in ms. "Benj. Colman.” Evans, 3147. HARVARD COLLEGE. 559. Quaestiones.
MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 560. By His Excellency, William Burnet, Esq; . . . A Procla
ation for Proroguing the General Assembly [to March 5). Dated, January 21, 17281-29].
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, January 23, 1729. 561. By His Excellency, William Burnet, Esq; ... A Proclamation for a Publick Fast. [March 20.) Dated, February 20, 17281-29].
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, March 6, 1729. 562. (Proclamation, dated February 20, to prevent the Destruction and Spoil of His Majesties Woods.)
Mentioned in Boston News-Letter, February 27, 1729. 563. By the Honourable William Dummer, Esq; . . . A Proclamation for a Publick Thanksgiving. (November 13.) Dated, October 9, 1729.
Printed in the Boston News-Letter, October 16, 1729. 564. Postscript | To the Boston | Weekly News-Letter. I Numb. | 118. (Thursday April 3d, 1729. | The Speech of His Excellency | William Burnet Esq; l... To the Great and General Court or Assembly ... met at Salem, Wednesday April 2d. 1729. Boston: Printed and Sold by B. Green, in Newbury Street, 1729.
MHS A true broadside in form and type. 565. William Burnet Esq; | Captain General . . . Military
... commission. Dated in Ms., June 2, 1729.
MeHS 566. William Dummer, Esq; Lieutenant Governour ... Military commission. Dated in Ms., December 18, 1729.
Mehs NASH, JOSEPH 567. An Elegy Upon the much Lamented Decease of the Reverend & Excellent | Mr. Solomon Stoddard, Late faithful Pastor of the Church of Christ in North-Hampton, N. E. Qui obiit, February | 11th Anno Dom. 1729. Ætat, Suae, 86.
† BPL A modern imprint, modelled on an old form, which may have been contemporaneous with the event. PRINCE, THOMAS. 568. Boston, April 10. 1729. Reverend Sir, The New England Chronology
† NYHS Circular letter asking for facts.
569. Question: | Are we obliged in this Government of the Massachusetts, by Charter, to Settle a Salary upon the Governor? Dated, March 22, 1728, 9.
† NYPL. BA pp. 2. In Ms., “Printed off the first of April, 1729.” Evans, 3209. 570. A Letter | From One in the Country, | to his | Friend in Boston.
fВА pp. 4. Announced in the Boston News-Letter, February 20, 1729, as to be sold by Daniel Henchman, price, 4 pence. 571. A Second Letter From One in the Country, I to his Friend in Boston. Dated, H, March 19, 1728, 9.
ТВА Announced in the Boston News-Letter September 4, 1729, by D. Henchman. In ms., “This sheet came out about 26 or 27th Day of March, 1729." Evans, 3214 and 3215, has confused this series. 572. A Letter | From One in Boston, / to his | Friend in the Country.
† BA pp. 2. In ms., “This half sheet came out March 31st, 1729.” It is in reply to the “Second Letter from One in the Country.” 573. A Word or two more from the Obscure and Remote Person; | To the late Letter-writer in Boston. Dated H - April 7th, 1729.
ť BA pp. 2. In ms., “Given me April 16th." 574. Some Theological Conclusions drop'd from the Mouth of | the Venerable Solomon Stoddard, Gather'd up by an hearer of them, and upon the desire of many that have heard or seen them, are here transmitted for their use. (Boston?] AAS 575. (Cut.) An | Elegy | Upon His Excellency | William Burnet, Esq; | Who departed this Life Sept. 7th. 1729. Ætat. 42. Boston: Printed and Sold by T. Fleet in Pudding-Lane, near the Town-House, where may be had His Excellency's character. Evans, 3278.
1730 GREAT BRITAIN. 576. The Lords Protest | On the Treaty of Peace, Union and | Friendship, between Great-Britain, France and Spain; concluded at Seville on the 9th of November last. Colophon: Boston Printed: And Sold by B. Eliot, in King- street, and T. Fleet, in Pudding-Lane. 1730.
† AAS pp. 4. Evans, 3285. HANCOCK, THOMAS. 577. (Cut.] Thomas Hancock | Book-seller | At the Bible &