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THE TOWNS OF MASSACHUSETTS MEET IN CONVENTION. HILLSBOROUGH'S

ADMINISTRATION OF THE COLONIES CONTINUED. September, 1768.

Samuel Adams desires Independence, p. 109 — Massachusetts without a Leg-
islature, 110 — The Coming of Troops announced, 110 — Boston Town-Meeting,
111 - It summons a Convention, 112 - Bernard asks the Council to quarter
Troops within the Town, 113 — Meeting of the Convention, 114 — Firmness of
the Council, 115 - Prudence of the Convention, 115.

OF THE

THE CELTIC-AMERICAN REPUBLIC ON THE BANKS

MISSISSIPPI.
September-October, 1768.
Regiments arrive at Boston, p. 117 — Their Landing, 117 - Disputes on quar-
tering them, 118 — Return of the Commissioners, 119 - Shelburne dismissed,

VIRGINIA COMES TO THE AID OF MASSACHUSETTS.

REPUBLICANISM IN THE EAST AND THE WEST. HILLSBOROUGH'S ADMINIS-

TRATION OF THE COLONIES CONTINUED. May-August, 1769.
Discontent of Boston at the Presence of Troops, p. 161 Strife of Bernard
with the Legislature, 162 — He removes it to Cambridge, 162 - It refuses all

MARTIAL LAW INTRODUCED INTO MASSACHUSETTS. HILLSBOROUGH'S AD-

MINISTRATION OF THE COLONIES CONTINUED. July–October, 1770.

The Cordial Understanding between England and France, p. 238 — Contrast
with New England, 239 — Samuel Adams proposes Committees of Correspond-
ence, 240 — His Motion, 241 — Committee appointed, 242 — Warren, 242 — The
Report of the Committee, 244– Effects of Taxation by Parliament on the
British Revenue, 244 – Discovery of Hutchinson's Secret Letters, 246 — Frank-
lin sends them to the Speaker of the Massachusetts Assembly, 246 — Towns of
Massachusetts meet and correspond, 247 — Case of the “Gaspee," 249.

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