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hs the chief subject of deliberation, was
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. discussed through all the next fortnight.
One kind of trafl Hopkins, of Rhode Island, a divine, who
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. taught that, through divine interposition, sin is an advantich overwhelmed their internal divisions,
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. and made them well nigh unanimous for independence, it did stinct of self-preservation, repelled the
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. thought of independence, wished for delay, and made no conche constitution against the syren form of
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. independence.
Robert Morris, an Englishman by birth and ness and prosperity of America would best
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. be promoted by dependence.
In the hope of sufficient concet from and utterly reject any proposition
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. that might lead to a separation from the mother country, or?
Has the king of Great Britain ever yet
Chap. LX.} 1776. Apr. discovered the least degree of that princely virtue— clemen