Motions and resolves in response to expectations that British troops would be quartered in Boston, and that the royal governor would receive no instructions for convening the General Court. Calling for a provincial convention, to be held at Boston, on September 22, to consider what measures should be adopted to obtain redress of these grievances.
[Watertown, Mass.] : [Printed by Benjamin Edes], 
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Expresses many of the same ideas on self-government and British disregard of American rights as were later found in the Declaration of independence. Recommends that the Provincial Congress begin procedures to carry on government until provisions of old charter are respected by the governor.