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Journal of the first Congress of the American Colonies, in opposition to the tyrannical acts of the British Parliament. Held at New York, October 7, l765.

Related Names: Cruger, Lewis.
Language(s): English
Published: New York, E. Winchester, 1845.
Subjects: Cruger, Henry, > 1739-1827.
Great Britain. > Stamp Act (1765)
Note: Appendix (relating chiefly to Henry Cruger): p.[45]-59.
Also published, Annapolis, 1766, under title, "Proceedings of the Congress at New York"; and in Almon's Collection of... tracts, London, 1766-67, v. 3, under title: "Authentic account of the proceedings of the Congress held at New York, in MDCCLXV, on the subject of the American Stamp Act."
Reprinted with additions, from Niles' Weekly register, 1812, v. 2, p.[337]-342, [353]-355.
Edited by Lewis Cruger. cf. Sabin, Bibl. amer., v. 4, no.15541.
Physical Description: vi, 59 p. 23 cm.
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