May 29, 1773. To the freemen, citizens of Philadelphia. When any measure is likely to become the object of public attention, every member of the community, interested in the event, hath a right to examine into the propriety of the measure, and offer his sentiments to the consideration of the public. The mayor and commonalty having determined to build a market or range of shambles the ensuing summer, in High Street, between Third and Fourth Streets from Delaware, is the occasion of this address ...

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 12947.
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