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Liberty Tree in Boston, was a very aged and a very large Elm—in the front yard of Deacon Elliot...
Do not expect to escape so, I have a hundred if not a thousand letters to write you. which...
On the 20 of January 1768 the House of Representatives appointed a committee to prepare a...
In your last letter you consider me in debt, I will not dispute it. You seem to wish me to write...
The Charters were quoted or alluded to by Mr Otis frequently in the whole course of his Argument:...
If, in our Search of Principles We have not been able to investigate any moral phylosophical or...
The English doctrine of Allegiance, is so mysterious, fabulous, & enigmatical, that it is...
It is some consolation to find in the Paragraph of the Charter, next following the Court of...
I have before mentioned the Instructions of the City of Boston to their Representatives, in May...
Mr Otis quoted another Author “The political and Commercial Works of Charles D’Avenant, L.L.D....