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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) New-York Gazette; or, the Weekly Post-Boy. 4 issues, each 4 pages (15 x 10 inches) on one folding sheet, disbound; moderate wear, 3 July 1766 with dampstaining, 4 September 1766 slightly cropped with repaired closed tear; inked subscriber's names in margins of the 1767 issues. New York: John Holt, 1766; and James Parker, 1767
The 3 July 1766 issue reports on the rent riots at the Manor of Rensselaer, as well as extensive discussion of the repeal of the Stamp Act. The 4 September 1766 issue reports on the trial of Dutchess County rioters and the controversy over Vermont claims. The 28 May 1767 issue also discusses the Stamp Act, while the 10 December 1767 issue features the first installment of John Dickinson's Letters from a Farmer.
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