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To the honourable magistrates, and worthy electors of King's County, on Nassau-Island, in the colony of New-York: Gentlemen, January 23, 1776. It is with sensible and singular pleasure I meet you here this day, and on this constitutional occasion. We are now assembled to manifest to the whole world, our duty and loyalty to our rightful and gracious Sovereign Lord King George the Third
New York, N.Y
1 sheet ( p.) ; 36 x 24 cm.
Signed: A freeholder.
Text printed in two columns.
Third paragraph in right column in smaller type.
N-YHS copy with ms. emendation in left column, line 22: "rights" to follow "natives" with "s" crossed out.
Shipton & Mooney,
Elections, 1776American loyalistsPolitics and government
New York (Colony).
New York (State)Kings CountyKings County (N.Y.)
Broadsides.Type-size change (Printing)-New York (State)-New York-1776.