[Boston\. Broadside, 13 x 8-1/2 on tones paper, two small holes obscuring a few words at at old folds, two holograph changes, with the name of the town of Conway written at the top. Signed in type by J. Warren, Speaker and John Avery, Dept. Secretary. Good. Shipton & Mooney 15428 (locates the AAS copy).
This Revolutionary War era broadside calls on each town to appoint "some faithful man of their own number" to secure "good strong pairs of shoes and of yarn stocking and shirts" to be used by the army. (Inventory #: 56810)
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