Being a collection of letters and documents relating to the shipment of tea to the American colonies in the year 1773, by the East India Tea Company;
Now first printed from the original manuscript. with an introduction, notes, and biographical notices of the Boston Tea Party.
This edition features
• a linked Footnotes, and Index
The collection of letters and documents which has occasioned the preparation of the present volume, though it has been so long buried in obscurity, appears to have been originally made with a view to publication. It was for many years, and until his decease, in the possession of Mr. Abel Bowen, a well-known engraver and publisher, of Boston, sixty years ago, and was obtained by him from a person who procured it in Halifax, N.S., whither many valuable papers, both public and private, relating to New England, were carried, when in March, 1776, the British and Tories evacuated Boston. It contains interesting information relative to the tea troubles that preceded the American Revolution, much of it new to students of that eventful period.
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