An address to the true-born Sons of Liberty in the government of the Massachusetts-Bay [microform] : Gentlemen, The spirit with which you have of late opposed the Stamp Act, shews, that you have taken upon you, to think something of state affairs. Go on my friends, and inquire further .
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- 1 sheet ( p.) ; 37 x 24 cm.
- Early American imprints. First series
- [Boston :Printed by Edes and Gill,1766]
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- Concerning misuse of funds in the public treasury and suggesting some actions which might be taken to correct oppression by the provincial government and to guard liberties. Followed by a list of the representatives from the towns.
- Signed: A Countryman.
- Bristol and Ford (no. 1605) supply an imprint date based on an inscription on the verso of the American Antiquarian Society copy which dates the address "about 1772." Dated  by Ford (no. 1338). However, the broadside is textually identical and typographically similar to an address published in the March 31, 1766, issue of the Boston gazette, printed by Benjamin Edes and John Gill.
- Text in three columns; printed area measures 32.9 x 21.3 cm.
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- Bristol B3420 Shipton & Mooney 42310 Ford, W.C. Broadsides, 1338 1605
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- Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 42310).
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- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 42310.
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- Digital image available in the Readex/Newsbank Digital Evans series.
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