3 edition of New-York, November 13, 1774. found in the catalog.
New-York, November 13, 1774.
Committee of Mechanics (New York, N.Y.)
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Get this from a library. New-York, Novem the mechanicks of this New-York, are earnestly requested to meet at five o'clock in the afternoon, of Monday next, at the house of Mr. Bardin, in the Fields.
[Daniel Dunscomb; Committee of Mechanics (New York, N.Y.)]. Chicago/Turabian Format. Manuscripts and Archives Division, The New York Public Library. " November 28" New York Public Library Digital Collections. Book/Printed Material To the public. New-York, November 16th, We have had frequent intimations from England, both by private letters and news papers that there would November 13 attenpts made to bribe the printers of the public papers in America; at least that such a me.
Published: New-York New-York, Novem The mechanicks of this city, are earnestly requested to meet at five o'clock in the afternoon, of Monday next, at the house of Mr. Bardin, in November 13 Fields. Published: () New-York, Wednesday, To the public.
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