Baltimore, May 1st, 1775. Intelligence by express last night The inclosed came by express an hour ago, we have thought it adviseable to forward the letter to you---Our brethren at New-York, seem to have two objects in view, to stop all provisions and supplies for the army at Boston and the fishery, and to ask our assistance in case the general should send a regiment to New-York

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Place, Publisher, Year Baltimore Printed by John Dunlap, at his printing-office in Market-Street [1775]
Pages1 sheet([1] p.)
Additional InformationEvans, 13820. - Followed by a letter, dated New-York, April 27, 1775, "directed to John McKinley chairman of the committee in Wilmington," and signed by Isaac Sears and three others. - Signed by Joseph Read and seven others. - Wroth, L.C. Maryland, 346
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