Articles of the Associated Loyalists, under the Honourable Board of Directors. : His Majesty having been graciously pleased to approve of a plan for the purpose of employing the zeal of his faithful subjects in North America, in annoying the sea coasts of the revolted provinces, and distressing their trade, either in co-operation with His Majesty's land and sea forces, or by making diversions in their favour ...

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Online Access:Electronic resource from Early American Imprints
Corporate Author: Associated Loyalists.
Format: eBook
Published:[New York?] : [Printed by James Rivington?], [1781]
Item Description:The Association was authorized and a Board of Directors, which included William Franklin of New Jersey as spokesman, was appointed by Sir Henry Clinton in April 1780; however, the articles of association were not issued until February 1781. (Cf. Mariboe, W.H. The life of William Franklin ... Ph. D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1962, pp. 505-514.) Another edition of the articles, not recently located but described by Bristol B5228, is signed in ms. by Franklin and dated July 26, 1781.
Probably printed at New York by the prominent loyalist printer, James Rivington.
Physical Description:1 online resource (1 sheet ([1] pages))
Access:Access limited to authorized users.
Place of Publication:United States -- New York -- New York.