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" Multitudes who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well known Incendiaries, and Traitors in a fatal Progression of crimes against the Constitutional Authority of the State have at length proceeded to avowed Rebellion... "
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1921
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Theatrum Majorum: The Cambridge of 1776, Wherein is Set Forth an Account of ...

Arthur Gilman - 1876 - 123 pages
...William Howe, Clinton, and Burgoyne. June iT,th. — General Gage has issued a proclamation beginning : " Whereas the infatuated multitudes, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known incendiaries and traitors, in a fatal progression of crimes against the constitutional authority...
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The Cambridge of 1776: Wherein is Set Forth an Account of the Town, and of ...

Arthur Gilman - 1876 - 123 pages
...William Howe, Clinton, and Burgoyne. June i^th. — General Gage has issued a proclamation beginning : " Whereas the infatuated multitudes, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known incendiaries and traitors, in a fatal progression of crimes against the constitutional authority...
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Studies in American History

Mary Sheldon Barnes, Earl Barnes - 1891 - 431 pages
...old state-house in Boston you can still see the proclamation which he put forth in June of 1775. . A PROCLAMATION. WHEREAS, the infatuated Multitudes,...long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known . . . Traitors . . . have at length proceeded to avowed Rebellion ; ... it only remains...
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History of the Transition from Provincial to Commonwealth Government in ...

Harry Alonzo Cushing - 1896 - 281 pages
...of "avowed rebellion" had been" reached by the "infuriated multitudes," led by " certain well-known incendiaries and traitors, in a fatal progression...against the constitutional authority of the state, . . ." Recent acts in Massachusetts and elsewhere offered " marks of premeditation and conspiracy that...
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A List of Early American Broadsides, 1680-1800: Belonging to the Library of ...

American Antiquarian Society. Library - 1897 - 64 pages
...Thomas Gnge, Esq ; Governor in Chief, in and over his Majesty's Province of Massachusetts-Bay, &c. A Proclamation. "Whereas the infatuated multitudes,...State, have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion," &c., &c. "In this exigency of Complicated Calamities, I avail myself of the last effort within the...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 11

American Antiquarian Society - 1898
...Thomas Gage, Esq ; Governor in Chief, in and over his Majesty's Province of Massachusetts-Bay, &c. A Proclamation. " Whereas the infatuated multitudes,...State, have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion," &c., &c. "In this exigency of Complicated Calamities, I avail myself of the last effort within the...
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Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society, Volume 11

American Antiquarian Society - 1898
...Thomas Gage, Esq ; Governor in Chief, in and over his Majesty's Province of Massachusetts-Bay, &c. A Proclamation. "Whereas the infatuated multitudes,...progression of crimes, against the constitutional anthority of the State, have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion," &c., &c. "In this exigency of...
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Historic Pilgrimages in New England: Among Landmarks of Pilgrim and Puritan ...

Edwin Monroe Bacon - 1898 - 475 pages
...the " infatuated multitudes who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known incendiaries and traitors in a fatal progression of...against the constitutional authority of the state," and " have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion," to be rebels ; and offering pardon to all who...
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Historic Pilgrimages in New England: Among Landmarks of Pilgrim and Puritan ...

Edwin Monroe Bacon - 1898 - 475 pages
...organizations. On the 12th, General Gage issued his proclamation declaring martial law ; pronouncing the •• infatuated multitudes who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known incendiaries and traitors in a fatal progression of crimes against the constitutional authority...
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The Poems of Philip Freneau: Poet of the American Revolution, Volume 1

Philip Morin Freneau - 1902 - 1131 pages
...title and text of the 1809 edition. 1General Gage's proclamation, issued June 12, 1775, was as follows: "Whereas the infatuated multitudes, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known incendiaries and traitors, in a fatal progression of crimes against the constitutional authority...
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