This letter contained resolutions for the appointment of a committee of correspondence to gain intelligence of the British Parliament with respect to the colonies, as well as to communicate with the other colonies' assemblies.
Circular letter "signed by direction of the Committee for Correspondence in Boston, [blank] town-clerk. To the town-clerk of [blank], to be immediately delivered to the Committee of Correspondence for your town ..." Followed by "Extract of a letter from a gentleman of distinction in Virginia, to his friend in this town, dated March 14th, 1773," containing resolutions, passed by the Virginia House of Burgesses, establishing a standing committee of correspondence. Printed area measures 26.4 x 14.5 cm.
Evans 12689 Ford, W.C. Broadsides, 1651
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