en chests of tea and entered fully into the agreement.
Four still held out, and their names, with those of the two sons of Hutchinson, whose sincerity was questioned, stand recorded as infamous on the journals of the town of Boston.
Hutchinson to Sir Francis Bernard, 19 Oct. 1769. On the fifteenth another ship arrived; again the troops looked on as bystanders, and witnessed the complete victory of the people.
Dalrymple to Gage, 16 October, 1769.
A letter from New-York next invited Boston to extend the agreement against importing indefinitely until every Act imposing duties should be repealed; and on the seventeenth, by the great influence of Molineux, Otis, Samuel Adams and William Cooper, this new form was adopted.
Hutchinson to——, 17 Oct. 1769.
Dalrymple to Gage, 22 October 1769.
On the eighteenth of October, the town, summoned together by lawful authority, made their
Chap. XLII.} 1769. Oct. Appeal to the World.
They refuted and covered with ridicule the false a