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Fitch, Thomas
Fitch, Thomas the 4th ((governor))
One that heartily desires the order, peace and purity of these churches
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1700-1774
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Bates, Albert Carlos (b. 1865)
Beach, John (1700-1782)
Connecticut Gouverneur (1754-1766 : Fitch) (see also from)
Connecticut Governor (1754-1766 : Fitch) (see also from)
Connecticut. Governor (1754-1766 : Fitch)
Force, Peter (1790-1868)
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By the Honorable Thomas Fitch, Esq; governor and commander in chief of His Majesty's colony of Connecticut, in New-England, in America. A proclamation Whereas I have received His Majesty's instruction under his royal signet and sign manuel, to the governor and company of this colony, as follows, viz. George R. Instruction to our trusty and well beloved, the governor and company of our colony of Connecticut, ... Given under my hand in Norwalk, the 14th day of December, in the third year of the reign of our sovereign lord George the Third, of Great Britain, France and Ireland, King, defender of the faith, &c. Annoque Domini, 1762
explanation of Say-Brook Platform, An ; or, The principles of the consociated churches of the colony of Connecticut: collected from their plan of union.
explanation of Say-brook platform, or, The principles of the consociated churches in the colony of Connecticut, 1765:, An
explanation of Say-brook platform, or, The principles of the consociated churches in the colony of Connecticut, An : collected from their plan of union
Explanation of the Saybrook platform
Fitch papers;, The
friendly expostulation, with all persons concern'd in publishing a late pamphlet, entitled, the real advantages which ministers and people may enjoy, especially in the colonies, by conforming to the Church of England. [Two lines from Ovid], A
Principles of the consociated churches in the colony of Connecticut
Proclamations
Reasons why the British colonies in America should not be charged with internal taxes by authority of Parliament humbly offered for consideration in behalf of the colony of Connecticut.
Some reasons that influenced the governor ... 1766
Some reasons that influenced the governor to take, and the councillors to administer the oath, required by the act of Parliament ; commonly called the Stamp-act. Humbly submitted to the consideration of the publick.
Thomas Fitch letter
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