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0000 0000 8265 928X
Name: 
Adams, Samuel
Dates: 
1722-1803
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Adams, John (1735-1826)
Church, Benjamin (1734-1778))
Cooper, Samuel (1725-1783))
Cushing, Harry Alonzo (1870-1955)
Hancock, John (1737-1793))
Massachusetts Governor (1794-1797 : Adams) (see also from)
Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor (1789-1794 : Adams) (see also from)
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Otis, James (1725-1783)
Paine, Thomas (1737-1809)
Warren, James (1726-1808)
Warren, Joseph (1741-1775)
Titles: 
Appeal to the world or a vindication of the town of boston, from many false and malicious aspersions contain'd in certain letters and memorials, written by governor bernard, general gage, commodore hood, the commissioners of the american board of customs, and others, and by them respectively transmitted to the british ministry
Colonial pamphlets.
Extract of a letter from the House of Representatives of the Massachusetts-Bay, to their agent Dennys de Berdt, Esq. : with some remarks.
Journal of occurences : patriot propaganda on the British occupation of Boston, 1768-1769
Letters from Thomas Paine to the citizens of the United States, on his arrival from France.
Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor (1789-1794 : Adams). Commonwealth of Massachusetts. By His Honor Samuel Adams, Esq. ... A proclamation for a day of public fasting, humiliation and prayer, 1794:
oration delivered at the state-house in Philadelphia to a very numerous audience on Thursday the 1st of August, 1776, An
oration; delivered March 5, 1774 at the request of the inhabitants of the town of Boston: to commemorate the bloody tragedy of the fifth of March, 1770. By the Honorable John Hancock, Esq; [Five lines in Latin from Virgil]., An
Proclamations. 1794-02-19
Propositions of Colonel Hamilton, of New-York, in the Convention for establishing a constitutional government for the United States.
Province of Massachusetts-Bay. The following resolves pass'd the Honorable House of Representatives in their last session
Rede, die auf dem Staats-Hause zu Philadelphia vor einer grossen Ve*. -, Eine
rights of the colonists., The
Trve sentiments of America
Warren-Adams letters, being chiefly a correspondence among John Adams, Samuel Adams, and James Warren.
writings of Samuel Adams, The
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