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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 Ninety-fourth year of his Age.
MHS Evans, 1376. TURNER, THOMAS. 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.
MHS It also contains an “Acrostick” on the name Thomas Turner, the author?
1709 HARVARD COLLEGE. 320. Quaestiones. 321. Catalogus.
No copy of the Catalogus has been located. — LANE. HATFIELD, Mass. 322. A Covenant for Reformation. | Assented to in Hatfield, September 12th, 1709. Boston: Printed by Bartholomew Green, Newberry Street. 1709.
† BPL 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.]
Archives, XLVIII. 412. 325. (Sheet of Bills of credit.] Archives, Cl. 361.
1710 DANFORTH, JOHN. 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.”
† BA. BPL HARVARD COLLEGE. 327. Quaestiones.
HC MASSACHUSETTS-BAY, PROVINCE. 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; 1... | A Proclamation For an Embargo. Dated, July 15, 1710. Boston: Printed by B. Green, Printer to His Excellency the Gov. and Council. 1710.
† Ma Archives, LXIII. 161. 330. A Muster Roll of the Company in Her Majesties | Service under the Command of Captain, Viz.
MA Archives, LXIII. 190. Used as a portledge bill of the ship Dispatch, in the expedition to Port Royal. 331. I master of the
called 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.) NOYES, NICHOLAS. 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 TOMPSON, BENJAMIN. 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.
BPL. 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.