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" America would have discerned the traitorous views of their leaders, and have been convinced that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its consequences, is to be the freest member of any civil society in the known world. "
1776 - Stran 10
avtor: David McCullough - 2005 - 400 strani
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The Pictorial History of England: During the Reign of George the Third ...

George Lillie Craik, Charles MacFarlane - 1841
...people in America would have discerned the traitorous views of their leaders, and have been convinced, that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its...freest member of any civil society in the known world. The rebellious war now levied is become more general, and is manifestly carried on for the purpose...
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The history of England, from the accession of George iii., 1760 ..., Količina 2

Thomas Smart Hughes - 1846
...American subjects would have perceived the traitorous designs of their leaders, and been convinced that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its consequences, is to enjoy the highest degree of civil freedom. He spoke of friendly offers which had been made of foreign...
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The Life of Wesley: And Rise and Progress of Methodism, Količina 2

Robert Southey - 1847
...my seal to this clause of the king's speech, at the opening of this session of parliament, ' To bo a subject of Great Britain, with all its consequences, is to be the happiest subject of any civil government in the world." " Mr. Fletcher was no common controversialist...
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The history of England, by D. Hume, continued by T. Smollett, and to the ...

David Hume - 1859
...people in America would have discerned the traitorous views of their leaders, and have been convinced, that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its...freest member of any civil society in the known world. The rebellious war now levied is become more general, and is manifestly carricd on for the purpose...
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The Rhode Island Historical Magazine, Količine 3–4

Henry Edward Turner, Risbrough Hammett Tilley - 1882
...obedient to his supremacy of Great Britain, being convinced that to be a subject uf the British empire, with all its consequences, is to be the freest member of any civil society in the known world." The Gazette informs us that the above address was signed by 444 of the principal inhabitants of the...
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250 royal speeches: from 1760 to 1882. Speakers: George iii., George iv ...

Two hundred and fifty royal speeches - 1885 - 90 strani
...people in America would have discerned the traitorous views of their leaders, and have been convinced that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its...freest member of any civil society in the known world. The rebellious war now levied is become more general, and is manifestly carried on for the ?nrpose...
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... Governor Johnston's [!] Speech on American Affairs: On the Address in ...

George Johnstone - 1885 - 30 strani
...this property after it is so acquired. In his Majesty's speech many general undefined axioms prevail: "To be a subject of Great Britain, with all its consequences,...freest member of any civil society in the known world." All America with one voice agree in this truth ; their- writings and their actions proclaim their belief;...
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Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, [1631 ...

William Adee Whitehead - 1886
...people in America would have discerned the traitorous views of their leaders, and have been convinced, that to be a subject of Great- Britain, with all its...freest member of any civil society in the known world. The rebellious war now levied is become more general, and is manifestly carried on for the purpose...
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The Literary Diary of Ezra Stiles ...

Ezra Stiles - 1901
...obedient to the SUPREMACY of Great Britain ; being convinced that to be a subject of the British Empire with all its Consequences is to be the freest Member of any civil Society in the known World." Address of Connanicot to Ld. Piercy, Commander &c after Gen. Clinton's Departure for England. In Newp...
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Popular Politics and the American Revolution in England: Petitions, the ...

James E. Bradley - 1986 - 264 strani
...British monarchy; which we cannot but esteem of all others as the wisest and best; being fully reminded that to be a subject of Great Britain, with all its...freest member of any civil society in the known world. Deeply affected with the calamitous and destructive differences that at present subsist between Great...
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