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1766, Address to the True-born Sons of Liberty
1766 Address to the True born Sons of Liberty, written by "A Countryman," which was critical of the fee structure created and employed by the General
Council. Of note, the author suggested that no person who benefited from the fee structure should be a representative on the Council. See
https://www.loc.gov/resource/rbpe.03601400/?st=text for a transcript of the text. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of titles originally held by the American
Antiquarian Society Library in Worcester, Massachusetts).
Title:   An address to the true-born Sons of Liberty in the government of the Massachusetts-Bay : Gentlemen, The spirit with which you have of late opposed the Stamp Act, shews, that you have taken upon you, to think something of state affairs. Go on my friends, and inquire further ...
OCLC Number:   62808578
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