Broadside. 21 1/2 x 16 1/2 cm. A true copy, signed in type, and sent down for Concurrence by Perez Morton, Dep. Sec'y., in the House of Representatives, November 7, 1775. Read and concurr'd and sent up by J. Warren, Speaker, who signed in type, along with the following: James Otis, W. Spooner, Caleb Cushing, J. Winthrop, Joseph Gerrish, John Whetcomb, James Prescot, Eldad Taylor, B. Lincoln, M. Farley, J. Palmer, S. Holten, Moses Gill, John Taylor, and B. White. This copy has an ink note at the left margin, "Greenage" [sp.?]; and another note on verso correcting "Greenage" to "Greenwich," presumably the destination for this copy of the hand bill. Another note reads: "Nov.r 7: 1775 an order of Court Respecting Licenses or Taverns." Old fold lines, a few spots, some overall toning to the sheet, ink on verso bleeds through but text all legible. ESTC: AAS, MHS. Library of Congress also appears to have a copy. EVANS 14198. FORD Broadsides 1876 [which adds Mass. Archives Div.] CUSHING Mass. Laws 896.