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LIBERTY SONG. [DICKENSON, JOHN. 1742-1808.] The Boston Chronicle. Boston: Printed by Mein and Fleeming, September 5, 1768. Vol 1, no 38.

REVERE, PAUL. 1735-1818. The Bloody Massacre perpetrated in King-Street Boston on March 5th, 1770.... Boston: Engraved, printed and sold by Paul Revere, [but printed by Edes & Gill around March 28, 1770].

PLANNING THE BOSTON TEA PARTY: RECEIPT FOR LETTERS DELIVERED FROM THE COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE. DRURY, JOTHAM. 1741-1831. Autograph Document Signed integrally ("Jotham Drury"), 1 p, oblong 12mo, Boston, December 3, 1773, being an invoice submitted by Drury to the Boston Committee of Correspondence for the delivery of letters to the surrounding towns,

BOSTON TEA PARTY. The Pennsylvania Gazette. Containing the freshest Advices, Foreign and Domestic. Philadelphia: printed by Hall and Sellers, January 5, 1774. No 2350.

QUEBEC ACT. Postscript to the Pennsylvania Packet. No. 150. [Philadelphia: J. Dunlap, September 5, 1774.]

FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS—PETITION TO THE KING. The Pennsylvania Evening Post. Philadelphia: Printed by Benjamin Towne, January 24, 1775. Vol 1, No 1.

LEXINGTON AND CONCORD. Bloody Butchery by the British Troops, or, The Runaway Fight of the Regulars. Being the Particulars of the Victorious Battle fought at and near Concord ... between Two Thousand Regular Troops, belonging to His Britannick Majesty, and a few Hundred Provincial Troops.... Salem, N.E.: Printed and Sold by E[zekiel] Russell., [May 1775].

BATTLE OF BUNKER HILL. Boston, 26th of June, 1775. This town was alarmed on the 17th Instant at break of Day, by a Firing from the Lively Ship of War.... [Boston: John Howe, 1775.]

BRADFORD, WILLIAM, printer. 1719-1791. Pennsylvania Journal; and Weekly Advertiser. Philadelphia: William and Thomas Bradford, September 6, 1775. No 1708.

[DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.] MATLACK, TIMOTHY. 1736-1829. Autograph Document Signed ("T.y Matlack Sec.y"),

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