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Order of Procession, for the Funeral of the late Governor Hancock. Boston

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A view of the city of Boston, the capital of New England, in North America.

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Fréderic II, Roi de Prusse Electeur de Brandebourg.

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Together with a few Lines On the Enlargement of Ebenezer Richardson, Convicted of Murder

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Hutchinson 18th governor of Massachusetts

Hutchinson. 18th governor of Massachusetts

Benjamin Franklin ne a Boston dans la Nouvelle Angleterre

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

William Bollan statement of account with the Province of Massachusetts Bay

Last residence of James Otis, Andover, Massachusetts.

George III, King of Britain.

A north-west view of the Tower of London.

The bloody massacre perpetrated in King Street, Boston, on March 5th, 1770 by a party of the 29th Reg.t.

A view of St. James's Palace Pall-Mall, etc.

Chatham

Charlestown

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Cape Elizabeth

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Charlestown

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