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1713, To all whom these presents may concern
Pamphlet beginning "To all whom these presents may concern," and printed in New York in 1713. The document argued in support of the Crown and the
taxes needed to support the king. The document is critical of those who were so not disposed to support the English government, warning that if the
Assembly does not "settle a revenue and that speedily,...it will be settled to your hands." (Source of the digitized copy: New York Historical Society
Library).
Title:   To all whom these presents may concern : Had I not been an eye and ear witness of the late rash measures in this province, I could not have believ'd that an infant colony of England, as yet sucking her breasts, could thus have flown in her face ...
OCLC Number:   62817095
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