The Writings Of Samuel Adams (volume 2); 1770-1773: 1770-1773 by Samuel AdamsThe Writings Of Samuel Adams (volume 2); 1770-1773: 1770-1773 by Samuel Adams

The Writings Of Samuel Adams (volume 2); 1770-1773: 1770-1773

bySamuel Adams

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1906. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... Governor of Rhode Island, Dated White Hall, Sept. 7 1772; which we have good reason to assure you is genuine.1 THE COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE OF BOSTON TO THE COMMITTEE OF CORRESPONDENCE OF PLYMOUTH.* [MS., Committee of Correspondence Papers, Lenox Library.] Boston Decr 29 1772 Much Respected Gentlemen We the Committee of Correspondence for the Town of Boston, have receivd your kind Letters inclosing the noble & patriotick Resolves of the Metropolis of the ancient Colony of Plymouth. It must give singular Pleasure to the friends of this Country to find in all times of Difficulty & Danger, the worthy Inhabitants of Plymouth, [are] ready to assert the natural religious & civil Rights of the Colonists in general & of this by a new Charter united province in particular. Your thorough knowledge of those Rights the Sense you have of the many late Infractions thereof, the manly & becoming Spirit with which you have always expressd your selves on such Occasions, must best appear without any Comment, from your Resolves for a number of years past; more especially your last which are before the publick Eye. We heartily congratulate you on the return of that 1 The form of signature is: "Signd by order of the Committee for Correspondence in Boston William Cooper, Clerk." 'Addressed to ' Joseph Warren Esq & others a Committee of Correspondence for the Town of Plymouth." great Anniversary, the landing of the first Settlers at Plymouth, & on the religious & respectful Manner, in which it has been celebrated. You may say without Vanity, and surely we may affirm without any such Imputation, that a handful of persecuted brave people, then made way for the extensive Settlement of New England : That had it not been for their Efforts, Virginia would have soon been abandoned...
Title:The Writings Of Samuel Adams (volume 2); 1770-1773: 1770-1773Format:PaperbackDimensions:120 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.25 inPublished:January 6, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217620205

ISBN - 13:9780217620208