2 edition of New-York, July 1769. found in the catalog.
New-York, July 1769.
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 41988.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 sheet ( p.)|
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New-York, July 20th, Advertisement of greater importance to the public, than any which has yet appeared on the like occasion. It was hoped that the odious manner in which some violators of the non-importation agreement had been held up to Created / Published New York, New-York, July Mr.
printer, I send you the inclosed copy of a printed circular letter, and the articles of a certain society July 1769. book dissenters in this city, which I request you to insert in your newspaper, that the world may be convinced of the truth, candour, moderation, and charity, by which the members of the said July 1769.
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New-York, July 20th, Advertisement, of great importance to the public, than any which has yet appeared on New-York like occasion: It was hoped that the odious manner in which some late violators of the non-importation agreement had been held up to the public ; would have prevented all others from following such detestable examples.
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