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TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)A state of the importations from Great-Britain into the port of Boston, from the beginning of Jan. 1769, to Aug. 17th 1769. With the advertisements of a set of men who assumed to themselves the title of "All the well disposed merchants," who entered into a solemn agreement, (as they called it) not to import goods from Britain, and who undertook to give a "true account" of what should be imported by other persons. : The whole taken from the Boston chronicle, in which the following papers were first published.Date of publication:
1769Description:Attributed to John Mein and Thomas Irving in: McCusker, John. "Colonial servant and counter-revolutionary: Thomas Irving (1738?-1800) in Boston, Charleston, and London." Perspectives in American History 12 (1979): 329-333. ...This item contains 3 files (1.55 MB).Publicly Available
TextEvans-TCP (Phase 1)Sagittarius's letters and political speculations. Extracted from the Public ledger. : Humbly inscribed to the very loyal and truly pious Doctor Samuel Cooper, Pastor of the Congregational Church in Brattle Street. : [Seven lines of Scripture texts]Date of publication:
1775Description:Attributed to Mein by Evans. See also Alden, John E. "John Mein: scourge of patriots." Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 34 (1937-1942): 571-576. The letters first appeared in the Public ledger, London, ...This item contains 3 files (900.19 KB).Publicly Available