State of Massachusetts Bay act of confiscating conspirators' estates, 1779.

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Massachusetts. State of Massachusetts Bay act of confiscating conspirators' estates, 1779.

State of Massachusetts Bay act of confiscating conspirators' estates, 1779.

Contains the original and a photocopy of an act passed by the State of Massachusetts on 30 Apr. 1779, confiscating the estates of Loyalists.

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