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1773-12-04, To the Friends of Liberty and Trade
December 4, 1773 broadside from the Committee of the Association of the Sons of Liberty, which contained a letter authored by Rusticus. The letter
advised "a gentleman in Philadelphia" that five ships filled with tea are on their way to America, which would be taxed and provide a tea monopoly to
the East India Company. The author encourage citizens to refuse to unload or store the tea, along with warning to those with a contrary position.
(Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally held by the New York Historical Society Library).
Title:   To the friends of liberty and trade, of the city and county of New-York : Gentlemen, the celebrated Pennsylvania Farmer, having been frequently called upon in public, to give his sentiments relative to the measures that should be adopted to battle the present design of the ministry, and the India Company, to enslave America, he is, from the stile, and other considerations, supposed to be the author of the following letter, published in Philadelphia, which is republished, for your information... / The Committee of the Association. New-York, December 4, 1773.
OCLC Number:   995174951
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