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By the King : A proclamation: for the discovering and apprehending the persons who plundered and burnt the Gaspee schooner; and barbarously wounded and ill treated Lieutenant William Dudingston, commander of the said schooner. Whereas we have received information, that upon the 10th day of June last … in the Providence or Narrowganset River … a great number of persons … attacked … our vessel … Given at our court at St. James’s, the twenty-sixth day of August, 1772, in the twelfth year of our reign. God save the King.

Item Date

1772

Publisher

the Rhode Island Historical Society

Call Number

G1157 Broadsides 1772 No.1

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