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Lady Frankland permitted to pass into Boston

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Upon the application of Lady Frankland Voted, that she have liberty to pass into Boston with the following goods and articles for her voyage, viz:

Six trunks ; 1 chest; 3 beds and bedding; 6 wethers ; 2 pigs; 1 small keg of pickled tongues; some hay; 3 bags of corn ; and such other goods as she thinks proper.

The following permit was granted:

To the Colony Guards:

Permit Lady Frankland of Hopkinton, with her attendants, goods, and the provisions above mentioned, to pass to Boston, by express order of the Committee of Safety.

BENJAMIN CHURCH, JUN˙, Chairman.

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