Thomas Shipman correspondence, 1769.


Thomas Shipman correspondence, 1769.

ALS (1769 March 6) written by Shipman to Henry Remson in New York regarding his order and mentioning the possibility that Parliament would repeal taxes on paper and glass [Townshend Acts].

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