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Among the Votaries of Science, and the numerous Competitors for literary Fame, Choice and...
Man , is distinguished from other Animals, his Fellow-Inhabitants of this Planet, by a Capacity...
My worthy and ingenious friend, Mr. J , having strutted and foamed his hour upon the stage and...
It seems to be necessary for me, (notwithstanding the declaration in my last) once more to...
“IGNORANCE and inconsideration are the two great causes of the ruin of mankind.” This is an...
THUS accomplished were many of the first Planters of these Colonies. It may be thought polite and...
TO have holden their lands, allodially, or for every man to have been the sovereign lord and...
I Han’t rit nothing to be printed a great while: but I can’t sleep a nights, one wink hardly, of...
WE have been afraid to think. We have felt a reluctance to examining into the grounds of our...
The revolution which one century has produced in your opinions and principles, is not quite so...
You and I have changed Sides. As I told you in my last, I can account for your Tergiversation,...
You are pleased to charge the Colonists with ignorance of the British constitution—But let me...
Seeing a Piece in the New Hampshire Gazette of last Friday, mentioning the Composition that was...
I Did flatter myself, as I had got so much Credit by my Writings upon Hemp, and Stamp-Act, &c....
Please to insert the following. We have often congratulated each other, with high satisfaction,...
You have my promise of another letter, concerning the maxims, arts, and positions of Philanthrop;...
If we go back as far as the reign of Elizabeth, we find her, on one occasion, infringing on this...
Not many Years ago, were transmitted to the Public, thro’ the Channel of the Boston-Gazette, a...
After the repeal of the late American Stamp Act, we were happy in the pleasing prospect of a...
Boston, 4 April 1769. MS not found. Printed Boston Gazette , 24 July 1769. At the town meeting of...
You have, once more received, the highest Testimony of the Confidence and Affection of your...
GENERAL BRATTLE, by his rank, station and character, is intituled to politeness and respect, even...
It has been said already, that the common law of England has not determined the judges to have an...
Another observation which occurred to me upon reading General Brattle’s first publication, was...
One Thing at one Time . De Witt. The question is, in the present state of the controversy,...
Two or three anecdotes, were omitted in my last, for want of room, which may be here inserted, in...
We are now upon the commissions of our own Judges, and we ought to examine well the tenure by...
In all General Brattle’s researches hitherto, aided and assisted as he has been by mine, we have...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...
Cambridge,10 December 1774. printed : Mass. Provincial Congress, Jours. William Lincoln, ed., The...