At a very large and respectable meeting of the freeholders and freemen of the city and county of Philadelphia, on Saturday, June 18, 1774. Thomas Willing, John Dickinson, Esquires, chairmen Resolved, I. That the act of Parliament, for shutting up the port of Boston, is unconstitutional; oppressive to the inhabitants of that town; dangerous to the liberties of the British colonies, and that, therefore, we consider our brethren, at Boston, as suffering in the common cause of America

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Corporate Author Philadelphia (Pa.) (Author)
Place, Publisher, Year S.l. s.n [1774]
Pages1 sheet([1] p.)
Additional InformationBristol, B3804. - Shipton & Mooney, 42666. - Six resolutions adopted in sympathy with Boston
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