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To the proprietors of the Common of Otmoor.   1800 1
To the proprietors of the Dorset and Somerset Canal.   1797 1
To the proprietors of the South Sea Company. The following method, except the N.B. at the conclusion, being inserted in the Daily Post of Thursday last, some considerations are added to enforce it.   1731? 1
To the Protector and Parliament of England..   1658 1
To the Protestant missionaries labouring at Hongkong and the five ports of China.   1904 1
To the Provincial Congress. Gentlemen, Whenever there is a strong possibility of a general calamity's happening, it is the undoubted right of every one freely to deliver his sentiments on the subject ... / [electronic resource] :  1774? 1
To the public.   8
To the public. A brief reply to a paper signed by George Taylor, Esq; dated April 11, set forth as an answer to one of mine, dated April 2. / [electronic resource] :  1763 1
To the public. A few days ago I was at my neighbor's, and while there he received a visit from an old friend of his, who belongs to the Senate of this state. ... / [electronic resource] :  1798 1
To the public. A number of merchants, traders and others in New-Haven, conceive that some transactions passed yesterday, which call on them to express their sentiments on certain measures, which have lately been adopted as a system. / [electronic resource] :  1781 1
To the public. A proposal of a very reasonable nature.------- I have read in the hibernian and Dublin journal, ...   1777 1
To the public, alias the "swinish multitude"   1794 1
To the public. All lovers of peace and good order must surely observe with great pleasure the prudent behaviour of this province, while the other colonies in general, under pretence of asserting their invaded rights, are shewing a spirit of dissaffec / [electronic resource] :  1768 1
To the public. Although the revenue system, recommended by the resolution of Congress of the 18th of April, 1783, has been the subject of deliberation for more than three years past ...   2
To the public. An address from the ministers of the association in and about Cambridge, at their stated meeting on the second Tuesday in October, 1796. / [electronic resource] :  1796 1
To the public. An advertisement having appeared at the coffee-house, in consequence of the late extraordinary and very alarming advices received from England ... the inhabitants of this city and county are requested to attend at the coffee-house, on / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public. An anonymous letter having been published and thrown about the town, highly reflecting on a very respectable body of men in this city ... / [electronic resource] :  1768 1
To the public. An occurrence having lately traspired, ... to the prejudice of messrs. Bentley and Blakeway, on their having had their oil measures destroyed; ...   1795 1
To the public, and particularly the kind customers of the Pennsylvania chronicle, &c. As the hot temper and choleric disposition of my unhappy partner, William Goddard, incapacitate him from reasoning, with coolness and decency, on the subject of dis / [electronic resource] :  1770 1
To the public, and particularly to the readers of the New-Haven gazette / [electronic resource].  1786 1
To the public. Annapolis, August 18, 1788. It is with extreme pain that I feel myself compelled to appear again in the public print; but the unwarrantable and malicious attack made upon the characters of Mr. Vachel Stevens and myself, during my a / [electronic resource] :  1788 1
To the public. Annapolis, July 1, 1788. From a variety of circumstances, it has become an indispensable duty in me to lay before the public the following authenticated facts, which will disclose the merits of my transactions with regard to a certain / [electronic resource] :  1788 1
To the public. Annapolis, July 18, 1788. Though nothing can be more disagreeable to me, than to be drawn into public dispute ... / [electronic resource] :  1788 1
To the public. Annapolis, May 28, 1768. Whereas a controversy has been published in the Gazette, for a considerable time, betwixt a certain gentleman, who calls himself a Bystander, and his opponents, in the course of which a great deal of personal i / [electronic resource] :  1768 1
To the public. As a member of this state, and consequently interested in the honor and dignity of its legislative body, I think it my duty to publish to the world, that William Worthington, Esq; a representative in the present assembly ... was so / [electronic resource] :  1780 1
To the public. As I am convinced that my refusing to store my goods, was wrong; I do promise and consent, that they shall be deposited in the public store with other goods which were imported contrary to the non-importation agreement ... / [electronic resource]  1769 1
To the public. As inhabitants of the state of Vermont, who have heretofore relied on the justice and efficacy of its laws, and now feel ourselves injured and defeated by their mal-administration. / [electronic resource] :  1792 1
To the public. As it is generally imagined, the Assembly will (contrary to the known sentiments of their constitutents) grant supplies to the troops,--I would therfore advise my fellow-citizens, immediately to appoint a committee ... / [electronic resource] :  1769 1
To the public. As Mr. Allen, in two hand-bills, which he has caused to be distributed about the town, has endeavoured to bring me in as a principal, in the affair of a little skirmish, which happened betwixt Mr. Walter Dulany, and himself, on Sunday / [electronic resource] :  1768 1
To the public. As the advantages arising from well executed newspapers appear to be universally acknowledged, it is unnecessary here to descant on their utility to the public, as well as to every individual: the subscribers therefore decline expiatin / [electronic resource] :  1786 1
To the public. As the claim of Cornelius C. Bogardus and others to lands at and adjoining to Dominis Hook, in the west ward of the city, has occasioned much speculation ... / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. As the election for members to represent this state in Congress approaches very fast, it is necessary to turn our thoughts to those who are suitable for the purpose; and all good men will readily agree that they ought to be truly F / [electronic resource] :  1797 1
To the public. As the merchants of this city have nobly refused letting their vessels to the tools of government, for the base purpose of transporting troops and military stores to Boston ... it is therefore hoped that no pilot will be found so lost / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public at large. Case of W. F. Savill, late an auctioneer, From the 21st of March, 1794 : (by the authority of Government) being an authentic Testimony of his Innocence, and of the unfair and illegal Proceedings against him to deceive both Jud   1796 1
To the public. Audi et alteram partem. In Edes and Gill's Boston-gazette of Monday Feb. 14, a certain writer who stiles himself a friend to the liberties of mankind has presented us with a pretended narrative of the whole procedure of all parties con / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public. Baltimore, September 18, 1779. Upon reading Mr. Martin's tedious and elaborate address, I had almost resolved to take no notice of it ... / [electronic resource] :  1779 1
To the public. Being informed that many of our fellow-citizens entert[a]in apprehensions that we may continue as usual to transact trade and business ... we will shut up our store ... / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. Being informed that many of our fellow-citizens entertain apprehensions, that if we continue in this place, we may as usual carry on and transact trade and business ... we do therefore ... declare, that we will not transact any trade o / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. Boston, September 2, 1774. I think it but justice to myself to give an account of my conduct, for which I am blamed ... / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public. By the following letters, these facts appear unquestionable ... and therefore, there is no reason to doubt but the present Assembly will (after the laudable example of a former House, on a similar occasion) approve the acts of the late / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. By the following letters, these facts appear unquestionable, viz. That the Committee of Fifty-one first proposed a general congress to the people of Boston ... / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. By the following letters, these facts appear unquestionable, viz. That the Committee of Fify-One first proposed a general congress to the people of Boston ... / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. Cambridge, July 7, 1773.   1773 1
To the public. City of New-York, ss. Personally appeared before me, Benjamin Blagge, Esq; one of His Majesty's justices of the peace for the city and county of New-York, Thomas Mesnard ... / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public. Civis avows himself to be the person (supposed to be) alluded to in the publications of Titus Ironicus and Publicus in the Pennsylvania gazette, no. 2300. ... / [electronic resource] :  1773 1
To the public danger. / Hamilton, Patrick, 1904 Mar. 17-1962.  c1939 1
To the public. Deeply impressed with gratitude for the many favours I have received. I am extremely sorry to be under the disagreeable necessity of making so ill a return as that of troubling you with the arbitration of my trifling and private concer   1793 1
To the public. Dr. Trusler is unwilling to observe, that those who have the instruction of youth, little consider an infant disposition....   1793 1
To the public. Fellow-citizens, Of all the extraordinary performances I ever beheld, the late hand-bill, signed by eight members of our House of Representatives, is the most extraordinary ... / [electronic resource] :  1800 1
To the public. Few are ignorant, that the assemblymen of this colony, were anciently induced to consent to tax the four counties of New-York, West-Chester, Queen's and Richmond, for the support of the clergy ... / [electronic resource] :  1770 1
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