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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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Report

1907
...Massachusetts Bay and YiceAdmiral of the same. A PROCLAMATION. (12 June, 1775.) Whereas the infatua ed Multitudes who have long suffered themselves to be...State have at length proceeded to avowed Rebellion : And the good Effects which were expected to arise from the Patience and Lenity of the King's Government,...
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Sessional Papers - Legislature of the Province of Ontario, Volume 7

Ontario. Legislative Assembly - 1907
...Massachusetts Bay and YiceAdmiral of the same. A PROCLAMATION. (12 June, 1775.) Whereas the infatua ed Multitudes who have long suffered themselves to be...State have at length proceeded to avowed Rebellion : And the good Effects which were expect-ed to arise from the Patience and Lenity of the King's Government,...
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Report, Volume 4

Ontario. Dept. of Public Records and Archives - 1907 - 476 pages
...Massachusetts Bay and ViceAdmiral of the same. A PROCLAMATION. (12 June, 1775.) Whereas the infatua:ed Multitudes who have long suffered themselves to be...the Constitutional Authority of the State have at lcngth proceeded to avowed Rebellion: And the good Effects which were expected to arise from the Patience...
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Poems of American History

Burton Egbert Stevenson - 1908 - 704 pages
...the infatuated multitudes, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted by certain well-known incendiaries and traitors, in a fatal progression...state, have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion, and the good effects which were expected to arise from, the patience and lenity of the king's government...
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Poems of American History

Burton Egbert Stevenson - 1908 - 704 pages
...Том GAGK'S PROCLAMATION. General 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 ciimes against the constitutional authority...
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The Beginnings of the American Revolution: Based on Contemporary ..., Volume 3

Ellen Chase - 1910
...Massachusetts Bay and Vice Admiral of the same: A Proclamation.1 Whereas, the infatuated multitude, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted...traitors, in a fatal progression of crimes against the constituted authority of the State, have at length proceded to avowed Rebellion; and the good effects...
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Studies in History, Economics, and Public Law

1896 - 512 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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The Boisterous Sea of Liberty: A Documentary History of America from ...

David Brion Davis, Steven Mintz - 1998 - 608 pages
...1775, GLC 4781 Whereas the infatuated multitudes, who have long suffered themselves to be conduced by certain well known Incendiaries and Traitors in...state, have at length proceeded to avowed rebellion; and the good effects which were expected to arise from the patience and leniency of the King's government,...
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"Whom Can We Trust Now?": The Meaning of Treason in the United States, from ...

Brian F. Carso (Jr.) - 2006 - 266 pages
...English government with respect to the colonial rebellion, explaining that "the infatuated multitude, who have long suffered themselves to be conducted...State, have at length proceeded to avowed Rebellion." 55 To the chagrin of the British, the offer of amnesty was ignored, and the characterization of the...
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History of the Transition from Provincial to Commonwealth Government in ...

Harry Alonzo Cushing - 1896 - 281 pages
...state 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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