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Whoever has candidly traced the rapid growth of these colonies from their little beginnings to their present flourishing state ... : The poor devoted town of Boston has suffered, and is still suffering ... The following plan was providentially detected, and is now offered to the public.

Author/creator Watchman
Other author/creatorEdes, Benjamin, 1732-1803, printer.
Other author/creatorGill, John, 1732-1785, printer.
Format Electronic and Book
Publication Info[Boston] : [Printed by Edes and Gill?], [1774?]
Description1 sheet ; 36 x 13 cm
Supplemental Content Full text online
General noteSigned: The watchman.
General noteFollowed by Memorandums for a report concerning the quartering of British troops in Boston.
General noteAscribed to the press of Benjamin Edes and John Gill by Evans and Bristol. Bristol suggests an imprint date of [1775?]. However, internal evidence suggests that the memorandums were prepared in 1774, and it is possible that they were made public in that year.
General noteReproduction of original from Boston Public Library.
References Evans, 13770
References Bristol, B4170
References Shipton & Mooney, 42985
References English Short Title Catalog, W20885.
Reproduction noteElectronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements.
Contains title Memorandums, for a report.

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