PUBLISHED BY CONNECTICUT HISTORICAL SOCIETY, 1921.
CORRESPONDENCE AND DOCUMENTS
COLONY OF CONNECTICUT
1766 - 1769
WITH SOME OF EARLIER DATE.
Synopsis From the Introduction,
This volume of Pitkin Papers forms the ninth issued by this society containing an unbroken series of the correspondence and papers, chiefly of an official nature of the governors of the Colony of Connecticut from October 1724 to to October 1769. This period covers the the governorships of Joseph Talcott, Jonathan Law, Rodger Wolcott, Thomas Fitch and William Pitkin.
The short period of three and one half years covered by this volume includes the time when the American colonies, by there united spirit of opposition to the Stamp Act and other acts relating to taxation which they considered oppresive to their constitutional liberties, were able, with the aid of their supporters in Parliament, to alter to some extent the proposed course of British legislation
Some examples of the documents and letters included within this volume,
Duke of Richmond to the Colony of Connecticut,
Appointment of Commitee of the General Assembly, (May 1766)
William Pitkin to Sir Henry Moore, June 4th 1766,
Richard Jackson to Thomas Fitch, June 5th 1766,
Order in Council, July 8th 1766, State Archives Indians II,
Commissioners for Trade and Plantations to Colony of Connecticut, Aug 1st 1766,
Connecticuts Address to the King, July 1766,
William How to Charles Lowndes, September 26, 1766,
Annual Expense of Connecticut 
Duties collected in Connecticut, [1766 - 1767]
Letter written by David Barclay and Sons,
Proposal by the Bishop for America,
Governor James Delancey,
Governor Thomas Fitch,
General Thomas Gage,
Governor James Hamilton,
Governor Sir Charles Hardy,
Governor Jonathan Law,
As can be seen from the photograph below there are numerous residents of Connecticut mentioned within this book, pages 283 to pages 311 inclusive, give a full listing of all persons mentioned within the book
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