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Objections to the Proceedings


To the Printers of the MARYLAND GAZETTE:

Your Gazette of the 26th instant, contains an anonymous publication of the Resolutions entered into by the meeting of the inhabitants of this city, held for the purpose of taking into consideration Letters from Boston and Philadelphia, which it is presumed is entitled to no other than an anonymous answer. The public are desired to suspend forming any judgment of the sentiments of this city on a subject of so momentous a concern, until they are furnished with more authentic grounds.

Annapolis, May, 26, 1774.