In consequence of a conference with the committees of correspondence for the towns in the vicinity of Boston, November 23, 1773, and with their advice the following letter is addressed : Gentlemen, The present posture of affairs, engages the attention of all the friends of the happy constitution which our fathers framed .

Broadside from the committees of correspondence of Boston and surrounding towns against the importation of tea. Of note, a post script described actions the town of Boston took to stop custom houses and consignees from accepting tea from the East India Company.

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Corporate Author: Boston Committee of Correspondence
Published: [Boston] : [publisher not identified], [1773]
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