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his volume, as his signature. March 26, 1770.--Last Tuesday, Henry Lloyd, Esq., set out on a journey to New York, Philadelphia, and the southern colonies; and it was observed that the gentleman's whole apparel and house furniture were of American manufacture. His clothes, linen, shoes, stockings, boots, gloves, hat, even wig and wig-call, were all manufactured and made up in New England. An example truly worthy of imitation. May 14, 1772.--Voted that the selectmen give liberty to Mr. Noah Floyd to build a shop on his land before the meeting-house. 1772.--For a day's labor by a man, three shillings and sixpence; for a man and team, six shillings and eightpenee. 1772.--Medford chose bread-weighers. It would be a wise law that should re-establish, through the State, such officers, who would protect the poor against imposition in this all-important article of daily food. Such officers in Europe are deemed indispensable. 1774.--An old house, owned, and kept as a tavern, b