To the inhabitants of the colony of New-York. [microform] : To prevent, as much as possible, the evil consequences which may arise from the assertion, that the "Continental Congress have made no approaches towards an accommodation with Great-Britain," the Committee of Safety of the colony of New-York have directed the following petition of the Continental Congress, to His Majesty; and the address of the Lord Mayor and Livery of London, to the electors of Great-Britain, occasioned by that petition; to be published. ...
New York (State). Committee of Safety.
New-York: : Printed by John Holt, near the Coffee-House., [1776]
7, [1], 8 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo)
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New-York: : Printed by John Holt, near the Coffee-House., [1776]
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Evans 15146
general note
"Part of the speech of the Earl of Chatham, in the House of Lords, January 20, 1775, on a motion for removing the troops from Boston."--p. 7-8, 2nd count.
"To the electors of Great-Britain."--p. [1]-6, 2nd count. "Signed in obedience to the order of the Common-Hall, John Wilkes, mayor. Geo. Hayley, Nath. Newnham. sheriiffs."
Imprint from colophon, p. 8, 2nd count.
Signed: By order of the Committee, Pierre Van Cortlandt, chairman. Jan. 9, 1776.
The petition of the Continental Congress is dated July 8, 1775.
Title taken from caption title and opening lines of text.
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Digital image available in the Readex/Newsbank Digital Evans series.
Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 15146).

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