Proceedings of the town of Petersham, in town-meeting, January 2, 1775 [electronic resource] : Voted, that whereas a number of persons inhabitants of this town, viz. ... have entered into a combination as follows, "That we will not acknowledge or submit to the pretended authority of any Congress, Committees of Correspondence, or other unconstitutional assemblies of men ...
- Censuring those named as "traiterous paricides to the cause of freedom in general, and the united provinces of North-America in particular," and recommending the breaking of all commercial connections with them. Signed: Jonathan Grout, moderator. A copy from the minutes. David Sanderson, town-clerk.
The articles quoted were written by Timothy Ruggles, and were published in the December 29, 1774, issue of the Boston news-letter.
Text in two columns; printed area measures 16.9 x 13.5 cm.
Not listed in Charles Evans' American bibliography (Chicago : Blakely Press, 1903-1959) or in Roger Bristol's Supplement to Charles Evans' American bibliography (Charlottesville : University of Virginia Press, 1970).
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