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Boston, December 1, 1773 : at a meeting of the people of Boston, and the neighbouring towns, at Faneuil-Hall, in said Boston, on Monday the 29th of November 1773, nine o'clock a.m. and continued by adjournment to the next day; for the purpose of consulting, advising and determining upon the most proper and effectual method to prevent the unloading, receiving or vending the detestable tea sent out by the East-India Company, part of which being just arrived in this harbour ... (Edes and Gill, 1773)
We the subscribers, inhabitants of the town of [blank] having taken into our serious consideration the precarious state of the liberties of North-America ... : do ... covenant and engage with each other, 1st, that from henceforth we will suspend all commercial intercourse with the said island of Great Britain ... June, 1774. (Edes and Gill, 1774)