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Liberty trees, consecrated at Charlestown, Lexington, and Roxbury, Mass.;
also in Charleston, S. C, Newport and Providence, E. I., 21. Liberty's Call—authorship of, 83. Lincoln, General, at Savannah, in 1777, 269. Livingston, II. B.—at Rhode Island in 177S, 235. Loring, Joshua—notice of, 216.
Loyal York—a song, attributed to James Rivington, 74. Macaulay, T. B.—quotation from, 81. Maitland, Colonel—notice of, 273.
Maryland Resolves—song on the, 70 ; notice of, 70 ; anecdote of, 72. Mason, John—notice of, 83, 86; his advertisement in the Pennsylvania
Packet, 87. Massacre of the Fifth of March in Boston—an account of, 52 ; notice of a pic­ture of the scene, by Paul Revere, 53; verses upon, 54, Mather, Moses, D.D.; notice of, 361.
Mathews David, Mayor of New York—a song written by, 240. Middlesex, county of, in Virginia—loyalty of many of the inhabitants of;
verses on, composed by a lady of Pennsylvania, 63. Middlesex, the descent on—account of, 350. Ministry, the—degradation of, in the Colonies, 31. Moultrie, William—anecdote of; qiKttation from his address to the troops, the
day after Sir Peter Parker's attack on Sullivan's Island, 138, Murray John, Earl of Dunmore— notice of, 69. New Jersey Journal—quotations from, 138,1S5. New Jersey—lines addressed to the women of, 296. Newport, R. I.—Liberty Tree consecrated at, 21. New Year's Day, 1781, 342.
Northampton, A^irginia-celebration of the repeal of the Stamp Act at, 22. North Campaign, 176. North's Recantation, a song, 244. Off from Boston, or the Military Song, 122. O'llara, General, appointed by Cornwallis to surrender to the Americans;
Epigram on it, 870. Oliver, Andrew—stamp distributor in 1765; effigy of, suspended to Liberty
tree, 20 ; resigns his office, 21. Otis, James—quotation from Tudor's Life of, 21, 35. Our Women—lines addressed to the women of Pennsylvania and New
Jersey, 296. Paine, Thomas—editor of the Pennsylvania Magazine; author of Liberty Tree
Song, IS. Parker, Sir Peter—a song attributed to, 135; account of his attack on Sullivan's"






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