The Journals of Each Provincial Congress of Massachusetts in 1774 and 1775: And of the Committee of Safety, with an Appendix, Containing the Proceedings of the County Conventions-narratives of the Events of the Nineteenth of April, 1775-papers Relating to Ticonderoga and Crown Point, and Other Documents, Illustrative of the Early History of the American Revolution

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Walter Spooner one of his majestys constitutional council desired
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Dec 1Report of the committee on the proceedings of the Continental Congress
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Dec 10_Expense of transmitting address to the Canadians to be paid by the gov
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tions for the army
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16Committee to correspond with the neighboring governments
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MARCH 22Met according to adjournment and Rev Mr Emerson appointed
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4Letter to the Rev Dr Kirkland with an address to the Mohawk
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APRIL 7Two members added to the committee on the state of the province
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11Instructions to the delegates appointed to repair to the neighboring col
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28Committee to confer with the deputies from New Hampshire
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30Account of the cannon and ordnance stores of the province
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May 1Mr Gerry directed to bring in a resolve granting leave to the members
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JUNE 7Committee to prepare a resolve for printing two resolves of the Continen
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May 3Rev Mr Gordou requested to officiate as chaplain
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Leller to the selectmen of Hopkinton respecting the removal of disaffect
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10General officers directed to call in all the soldiers who are enlisted in
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May 10Committee to consider a resolve of the committee of safety relative
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Committee appointed to consider measures for establishing post offices
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May 18Report of the committee relative to the attack upon the kings ships
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JUNE 17Colonels David and Jonathan Brewer recommended to Congress for com
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May 22Committee to take the above letter into consideration
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29Letter to the Continental agress upon the necessity of maintaining
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MAY 31Convened Watertown Samuel Freeman chosen secretary and
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JUNE 1Report of the committee appointed to consider Gen Thomas letter rel
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JUNE 2Committee to consider what is best to be done with the horses taken from
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Letter from the Stockbridge Indians
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JUNE 10Committee to consider the expediency of establishing a number of armed
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JUNE 14Committee to consider some way of supplying arms to the soldiers
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JUNE 16Deacon Plympton appointed to countersign the notes
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Committee of supplies directed to write to Rhode Island and New Hamp
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JUNE 20_Committee to report a resolve relative to the killed and wounded in
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ry to Cambridge
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JUNE 22Petition of Col Paul Dudley Sergeant
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JUNE 24Committee to consider the expediency of stationing a part of Col Phin
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JUNE 26General Whitcomb commissioned as major general
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JUNE 28Resolve for defending the towns on the sea coast
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Committee to revise and explain the commission of the committee
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Nov 2John Pigeon appointed clerk of the committee of safety
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Nov 8Mr Gill desired to get seven large cannon from Boston
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Mar 14Vote relative to the treatment of persons escaping from their imprison
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Resolve for enlisting an army of eight thousand men and for the organi
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APRIL 28The commissary general directed to provide quarters for troops from
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Mar 4Petition from Brunswick for powder and arms
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Resolve recommending the appointment of master carpenters for making
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19Colonels Gerrish and Learned recommended to Congress to be commis
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May 24_Recommendations to Congress to take some order respecting the remo
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ments
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JULY 1Order for the disposal of the hay under the care of Mr David Sanger
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8Mr Jonathan Hastings recommended to Congress for postmaster at Cam
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July 11Resolve relative to fifteen prisoners taken at Long Island
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Convention of Suffolk County
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13Governor Gage refuses to receive the address of the committee in form
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Convention of Essex County
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Convention of Hampshire County
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Convention of Bristol County
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SEPT 6Convention met at the house of Timothy Bigelow
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Dec 6 Adjourned to Jannary 26 1775
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inhabitants of the county
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NARRATIVES OF THE EXCURSION OF THE KINGS TROOPS
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List of the Provincials who were killed wounded or missing in the action
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Statements of the losses sustained by the inhabitants from the ravages of the Brit
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APRIL 30Letter from Benedict Arnold to the committee of safety stating the mil
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List of cannon mortars and stores taken at Ticonderoga and Crown
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JUNE 1Leller from Gov Trumbull to the Provincial Congress respecting
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JULY 6Report of the committee appointed by the Provincial Congress to pro
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7Letter from the Congress of New York to the Committee of Safety
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Oct 8Resolve approving the opposition of Massachusetts to the acts of parlia
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May 11Resolutions of the Provincial Congress of Massachusetts letters and
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Letter from Joseph Hawley to Thomas Cushing relating to the powers of the com
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Letter from Mrs Elizabeth Bowdoin to the committee of safety giving informa
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stores 515
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