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Name: 
Hutchinson, T.
Hutchinson, Thomas
Hutchinson, Thomas (Mr)
Philopatriae
Philopatriae (pseudonym)
Thomas Hutchinson (Brits historicus (1711-1780))
Thomas Hutchinson (last civilian Governor of the Province of Massachusetts Bay, historian)
Thomas Hutchinson (Letzter ziviler Gouverneur der Province of Massachusetts Bay)
Томас Гатчинсон
Хатчинсон, Томас
トマス・ハッチンソン
Dates: 
1711-1780
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American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress)
Franklin, Benjamin (1706-1790))
Hutchinson, John (1793-1865)
Hutchinson, Peter Orlando (1810-1897)
Massachusetts Governor (1771-1774 : Hutchinson) (see also from)
Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor (1758-1771 : Hutchinson) (see also from)
Mauduit, Israel (1708-1787)
Moffett, Thomas (1553-1604))
Oliver, Andrew (1706-1774))
Reid, John Phillip
Stevens, Henry (1819-1886)
Tyler, John W. (1951-...)
Titles: 
1740-1766
Boston Tea Party., The
briefs of the American Revolution, The : constitutional arguments between Thomas Hutchinson, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, and James Bowdoin for the Council and John Adams for the House of Representatives
Considerations on lowering the value of gold coins
Copy of a letter returned with those sign'd Tho. Hutchinson, Andw Oliver, &c. from England. Narraganset, 22d December 1767
Copy of letters sent to Great-Britain
correspondence of Thomas Hutchinson, The
destruction of the tea, The
Diary and letters, The
history of Massachusetts, from the settlement thereof in 1628 until the year 1750, The
history of the colony and province of Massachusetts-bay, The
King Philip's war, and Witchcraft in New England.
letter to a member of the Honourable House of representatives, on the present state of the bills of credit., A
letters of Governor Hutchinson, and Lieutenant Governor Oliver, &c. ..., The
Massachusetts. Lieutenant Governor (1758-1771 : Hutchinson). By the Honorable Thomas Hutchinson, Esq; ... A brief. Whereas Jeremiah Lee, Joshua Orne ... have applied to the Great and General Court, 1770:
Ministerial catechise suitable to be learned by all modern provincial governors, pensioners, placemen, &c. Dedicated to T------ H---------, Esq. [Three lines from Deuteronomy]., A
of representatives, and his government of the colony during the difficult period that preceded the war of independence.
representations of Governor Hutchinson and others contained in certain letters transmitted to England, and afterwards returned from thence, and laid before the General-Assembly of the Massachusetts-Bay, The : together with the resolves of the two Houses thereon.
speeches of His Excellency Governor Hutchinson, to the general assembly of the Massachusetts-Bay. At a session begun and held on the sixth of January, 1773., The
Strictures upon the declaration of the Congress at Philadelphia in a letter to a noble lord, &c.
witchcraft delusion of 1692, The
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