Date: May 4, 1768 “The Article in the Warrant Viz. ‘To consider of some proper Representations to be made respecting the Difficulties the Trade labour under by means of the late Regulations, and Methods to be taken for our Relief’ was read – whereupon Voted, that Mr. Henderson Inches Joshua Henshaw Esq The Honble. James […]

[to Samuel Adams, en route to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia] “Boston, 21 Aug. [1774] My Dear Sir, – I received yours from Hartford, and enclose you the vote of the House, passed the 17th of June. I shall take care to follow your advice respecting the county meeting, which, depend upon it, will have […]

To the Gentlemen Selectmen of the Town of Boston Boston, January 4, 1775 Gentlemen, I have the Honor to transmit to you the Copy of an Order of the late provincial Congress with the Doings of the Committee thereon. As one great Design which the Congress had in View was to know what each of […]

This completes the alphabetic listing of names transcribed from by the newly rediscovered Boston 1767 non-consumption subscription. Page Col. Obv / Verso Place in Col. Sex First Name Last Name Notes on ms 5 1 O 1 M Henderson Inches 2 1 O 2 M Tho.s Ivers 2 1 O 11 M James Ivers 2 […]

  Page Column Obv / Verso Place in Col. Gender First Name Last Name Notations on ms 1 1 O 1 M John Steel   1 1 O 2 M John Ruddock   1 1 O 3 M Saml Proctor   1 1 O 4 M Richard Bright   1 1 O 5 M Jabez […]

Author: Joseph Warren signatory and possible co-author “Boston 1769. We the subscribers Inhabitants of the Town of Boston being desirous to concur with the Merchants and Traders of said Town in their late laudable Agreement not to import any of the Manufactures of Great Britain, do hereby faithfully promise and engage that we will […]