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3. Anno Regni Georgii III. Regis Magnae Britanniae, Franciae, & Hiberniae, quinto. : At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the nineteenth day of May, anno Dom. 1761, in the first year of the reign of our Sovereign Lord George the Third, by the grace of God, of Great-Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, &c. And from thence continued by several prorogations to the tenth day of January, 1765, being the fourth session of the twelfth Parliament of Great Britain

5. Answers to the reasons, lately published by the independents, in support of their malicious combination : the freeholder, no. 1 : the public having been promised an answer to the reasons above-mentioned, in a paper published on Monday, under the title of Observations on those reasons: the following refutation of the malicious calumnies they contain, is now submitted to the candid world

6. An appeal to the world; or A vindication of the town of Boston, from many false and malicious aspersions contain'd in certain letters and memorials, written by Governor Bernard, General Gage, Commodore Hood, the Commissioners of the American Board of Customs, and others, an by them respectively transmitted to the British Ministry : Published by order of the town

7. At the General Assembly of the governor and Company of the English colony of Rhode-Island and Providence Plantations, in New-England, in America : begun and held at Newport ... on the first Wednesday in May, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven ... It is voted and resolved, that the whole of that paragraph of the act of the General Assembly, passed in 1746, requiring all the freemen then in the colony, and all that should afterwards be made free, to take an oath against bribery and corruption, be, and the same is hereby repealed ...