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itSl m QIW 11 Or, Thomas’s Bolton Journal. A Weekly, Political, and Commercial Paper :--bpento all Parties, but Influenced by None. *DO thou Great LIBERTY inspire our Souls,—And make our Lives in Poffcffion happy, OT 3 in thy just Defence. Vol. lII.] .—fro F Amastbk kbt to pope- ry ; Containing 3 00 large Odtad© peg**. By D. Abtonio Gavim, x Bora and educated in Spain, fame ears Secular priest in the Church of Rome, and since 1715, Miaifter of the CMUch of EagUnd. . bold by I. Thomas,' at hts Print ing Ofice nnr die M.ket. m 4 « hi. Shop ac» the Mill-bridge. , American Magazine. THOSE gentlemen, in this and the other provinces, who have (üb*| (cription papers in their hands for the RO AL AMERICAN MAGAZINE, are earnestly defied to return them by the inst. to their humble servant ISAIAH THOMAS. The Sons of Science in America Arc by this notification informed, that, un der their auspicious influence, ROBERT BELL, Printer, Bookseller, Humble Provedore to the Sentimenta lists and Hand Servant to the Friends ol Literature, fe~" • ’ judge BLACKSTONE’. COM MEN T A RIES ON THE LAWS of ENGLAND. In FIVE VOLUMES. The Fourth and Fifth Volumes of which are now ready to be delivered to the Sub fcribers at Meflrs. Edes and Gill s Printing- Office, in Queen street, Bottom **• Thofc encouragers who make speedy application for this celebrated work will pe culiarly oblige the undertaker, and greatly contribute towards the elevation and en livening of Literary Manufactures in Ame rica. Isaiah Thomas, INFORMS the public that he has RE- MOVED his PRINTING-OFFICE from the Corner of Marshall’s-Lane, near the Mill-Bridge, to the Foot of Royal-Ex change-Lane, the room improved for sixteen years past, for an Audi ion Room. SILKS And Superfine BROAD CLOTHS. A Prime aflbrtment ofPadtWbys, Docapei, Luieftrings ; plain and figured Salting, Dama&a, Saifnett- iec.—— Supprfine* faihionable coloured Bread Cloths, with fistuble Linings and Trimmings. To be fold at an exceeding low rate,lfa * JOHN BARRETT & SONS, At their Shop near the Mill • Bridge Boston, Wheie may be had, all kinds of English, Scotch, India, Hard-Ware and Cutlery GOODS. By Wholefa.e or Retail, Extreatoly cheap far c«fh or ftert credit EBENEZER STORER, Informs his Customers that he has Im ported from LONDON, AN aflbrtment of GOODS suit able for the Season, which he falls as efu *1 at the lowest rate* for Cafli at his Store ia Ui’*>a Sweet.—He baa aKo to fall Choice Connecticut PORK. ■v.— ,1 1 — " . - - - . . - — All perlons indebted to the PRINTER hereof, will greatly oblige him b mkiff speedy payment. THURSDAY, November ii, 1773- — — ■ 111 IW ■■■ — -N- 1 —T—- ibis aa) was Price 7 coppers Angle, sad 20s. O.T the dozen, [llluftrated with a neat Engraving, of the Wickbd Statesman, or the Traitor to his Country, at the hour of Death.] And to be SOLD by ISAIAH THOMAS, At his Printing Office, sear the Market, and at his Shop, near the Mill Bridge, T H I Maflachufetts Calendar; L OR, A N 'ALMANACK For the Year of our Lord Christ, 1774.; Being the second after Leap Year. By EZRA GLEASON. . Calculated for the Meridian of Button, New England, lat. 42, deg. 25 min. north, but will fervr, in m-ft refpefts, fur Nova-Scotia and the four New England Governments. This Almanack contains one quarter part more than Almanacks generally do, and ii embelhfhed With that which wdl make it. both Ufoful and Entertaining. CONTAINING, Aj A Ihort piecoon P/.titotifm, o< th* T 1 "J of one’i Country, (with 40, Etw the tiboy governed thereby, (wlm a cut.) . The names of the Planets and AfpeAs -, Edipfes for the year 1774 ; Names and Charaders of the Twelve Signa ; Remark able Days ; Time of the Superior ano In ferior Courts fitting in the four New-Eng land Governments ; Sun’s nfing and fitting; Time of High Water Morning and Even ing ; Moon's Riling and Sitting ; Changes of the Moon ; Time of the Sun’s entering the Twelve Signs of the Zodiac ; Judg ment of the Weather ; Vulgar Notes for the year 1774. ALSO, Of the Sun; of the Earth ;of the Di visibility of Matter; of the Fixed Stars. An Account of a Woman’s being killed by an Erruption from the Earth, in a mott remarkable manner ; feme Remarkable Sayings; Mefcellanies ; Maxims, which every person ought to bear in mind ; some Diredions in Hu (bandry. The UNBELIEVER’S CREED. Ufeful and Approved Receipts, viz.* for a Billious Cholick; for an Aftmatick Cough; From the Ear-Ach from Cold; a very good Eye Water ; for the Falling Skknefa;for a Flux; for the Gout in the Stomach ; for the Gravel ; for the Itch j for Sore and Running Legs ; for the Measles ; for the Cholick in Children ; to prevent Sea-Sick oefe; a new Cine for the Tooth-Ach. Some pieces of POE TRY, viz. the en tertaining Talc of the Farmer’s BLUN. DER J on the Twelve Signa) What is Man ? the Lutanist ; the King of Europe, ajeft. LIKEWISE, Roads to the several Principal Towns in the province, and the Continent, and the bett Houses of Entertainment, and the Dif* tancethey are at from ihe State House, in Mon, also the distance from one place to another. • , *§* Shop keepers, Traders, &c. may be foppiieo on very advantageous terms, to fell again, by the Hundred, Groce or Drzen. — TO BE SOLD, Farm in the town of M alden, which er ntainrfix ly Acres of good im proved Land. Enquire of | JeAN Becham, in Chadcs- 1 tUWD. >/'To be’ * dt IJ » * Charles Lowe, In Mar (hall’s-Lane, facing the Boston- Stone, Loaf and brown Mclofles, Sugars, Cotten Wool, Sice, Indigo, V our, Raifint, epper, Currants, Alfpice, Figs, Nutmegs, Spermaceti Uli, toflfee, Dumb Fifb. Vee, Indian and Rye Meal, '.Chocolate, &c. &c. &c. Andrew Newell, -Mathematical Instr umentMakbr From LONDON, At his Shop just belcw the Sign of Admiral VERNON, io King-Street, Boston, IMPORTS and SELLS, A Grc&t variety of Pocket Cases of long «nd short **ind drawing pens, brals compaffej with (hist- pniaa. plain ditto beamcompsffes fordraw circles, bowes for drawing curved wvA f fi^ r * e . dße fc* l ? Ii” 7 * re uw uo xlnuyv ditto in ditto. * r .^** f *' : 1 inftiuAcnMor lurveying, plahi ta- Mes for ditto, Theodilite. for ditto, four and «Wo pole furveving chains, measuring wheels for ffr v eyors, horizontal fun dit-s for all l.ititudcs, XiverGl fun dials, Barometers, ditto Therm© peters la one frame, pocket ditto in (hagieen tales, (a irit thermometers in box scales for hot hiufes, hydrometers in ivory, ditto in copper Sth weights, &e for proving fpints, A great variety of Dol lon’s patent taleicopes from one to four feet in length, Acro tr itic opera and prolpeftive glaffis, spy glades of va iout lengths with four or fix glasses, Ctefcopes for viewing linen Wilson’s pocket ditto, flowered pocket ditto, Diagonal machines fcz viewing of prints, large book ditto, varimy oi prints for ditto, reading glaffea fee io frames, concave in ditto tor ih rt-sighted per tons, burn ing ditto in ditto,w*.ch makers gLfles in ditto, (pedicle glaffea fur all ages. A great variety of Hadley’s and Divis’s QUADRANTS, Azimuth com passes, ampn»ude ditr©, mariners ditto for 81- naclcs, Cahbin ditto of all forts, pocket ditto of all forts, fanfl g-aflea from four hours to a qoar ter of a minute, black minural half-hour glaf fea on on entire new conftrnftioo, half and quar ter minute ditto. STATIONARY. Guinea Pilot, Streighta ditto, Wett-lndia ditto, Southren and Streights ditto, mariners calen der, mariners eompa&s, daily attittant, Guinea rh*rra, Mercator charts from America, Ere. and ditto, Norch-Carolina ditto, South Carolina ditto.BayCbefepcak ditto,Wcft- India ditto. Honduras ditto, Mufquitto shore ditto, maps of the city of London, bed black lead pencils, ivory memorandum books with do. Journal books in marble covers. Journal ditto ruled, red Morocco pocket books with Heel locks, black leather ditto with clafpa, afa-ftin Memorandum boolu, leather ink holders, pew ter ink poti, bett patent cake ink, fenliwg wax and wafer* bett dutch quills, writing paper. N. B. Genteel India joint walk iag canes with fwurds, box beam money scales with weights, Sec. « A Variety of other instruments, too tedious to mention, are made, repaired and fold at the above place. Where cay gentle man by letter or other direst ion, may depend on bring as faithfully served as if present. And as he had a thorough ex perience from One of the most noted artifta in that branch in the city of London, be doubta net of g**’ n g ample fstiifsftion to every one who plesfes to favour him with their cutt< m, which will be graicfu’ly acknowledged by their huaiM: fervent, ANDRE YNB A ELL. ‘[Numb. 145. Sup lh< d; 3, M«ie by Christopher Blanchard, I fxmdtli, are to be S O ta D by C A LEIB BLANCHARD, In Ugbn street, BOS.i dN, by Large or small quanutiea, Where ALSO may be had A Lrgc and fre(h aflbrtment of GOODS in the woollen, silk, hatberdafiery and ftstionary way, just imported in the flip Mary. Ann, Capt Symmer, fr-m London ■■ ■■He fells at the Ie well prices. Ail fafturs are duly acknowledged. To be LB T, A Handsome end of a HOUSE ia Midtffe greet, near the head es Crf fl reef. Enquire at the Golden Ball. / _ ~ .Where is to be Sold, — —< The bed of old Sterling Mad Wine, by the gallon or Dozen ; hkewife heft of Old Jamaica Spirits by the g«114 larger |uaadty. |or the Massachusetts S P Y.\ l Gentlemen, \ I cannot but applaud the I trocid...Gy?!* 1 . »*»•■***—■■ vetj uupu.uiir ami that is, whether all (hey have for eight yean past, amounts to any more than (kinning over a cancer, leaviF main root at the bottom ? In plain teA whether they have not been so exuen averse to contend with dear mother coir try (as thousands have most erroncoufly fo* posed a contest with the fubvericrs of thl rights both of mother and children to be A that they would accept terms meerly palia-' tive or proenftinatory of the (ure progrefii of a usurpation which mutt inevitably un dermine the freedom of thia people I For my owa part I have lately bellowed a little time un political enquiries, and think with D r< y—g, that no ft ate can be found and entire unless the full and abfolutc fovereigp ty, tliat is» legiflalive, executive and military power thereof, be lodged fold? in itfdf. 1 reason in this wile: No society can cxitt without laws and proper officers to put them in execution,—no laws were ever found so perfedly adapted to every slate and conditi on of a people that they needed no alterati on, unless thofc of the Medes and Perfiaoa may be accounted an exception. If the laws Mid alteration, none are more readily dirpofedTlo influence that alteration than the parties who feel the inconvaniency of their operation; these mutt be the people M lurge-’—Tne people at large, are therefore the only fafe repository of the power of and repealing laws. I have alflnhought that in their reprefentauve capacity, they might at least propose Ihe ex ecutive ihroughout. That the sword (bould be committed to any hands with, and independent on the people is a ■ pofitton I have never heard fobcrly laid down by any one who pretended himfelf a friepd to lawful government. And besides all (big unless the people have a power to awdrd e very servant of the state, the recumpeoce be (hall have for his labours, and take account of the manner io which he has difeharged hw duty, the servant will (oon grow inde pendent of bit matters, and infield of obey ing, usurp the command of them. This I take to be the general out lines of the don ftuution of a fie© state, or of a commu nity which may be (aid 10 live under a law ful My next enquiry is, whe- ther f, an inhabitant of this colony, happ not a full and absolute right to all the requt fitesof a whole! »me and well regulated foci©.