Broadside Boston Newsletter, Printed on Both Sides
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SubjectBonfire on King Street; Fire-Ward; Band of armed ruffians; Attack on the Dwelling-House of William Story; Office as Deputy-Register of the Court of Vice Admiralty; Destruction of public files and records of that Court and Mr. Story's private papers and books of account; Attack on the Building of Benjamin Hallowell; Attack on the Mansion House of the Lieutenant Governor; Ransack and Robbery of the Lieutenant Governor, Benjamin Hallowell and William Story; Military Watch; Imposition of Internal Taxes; Lack of Equal Representation for the Colonies; Trail for the Riot; Resentment toward the Stamp-Officers; Stamp-Master in effigy; Effigy of a Distributor of Stamps in Newport; Day for the Choice of Deputies; Representation of the Town in the General Assembly; The Stamp Act; Published Advertisement by one of the Gentlemen; Hanging and burning of more effigies; Effigy of the "Stampman"; Dr. Murphy; Metcalfe Bowler; Mr. John G. Wanton; George Hazard; Mr. Benjamin Green; Captain Samuel Carr; Captain William Read; Martin Howard; Attack and Ransack of Martin Howard's house; Attack and Ransack of Doctor Moffat's house; Flee of Dr. Moffat and Martin Howard; The Cygnet Man of War; Resignation of the Stamp-Master; Arrest of the Mob leader; Release of the leader of the Mob; The Attorney-General; The Ship Friendship; Captain Lindsey
AbstractBroadside Boston Newsletter, printed on both sides
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