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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1, Chapter 1: Ancestry.—1764-1805. (search)
then Voted. 1. That the above named Committee shall be a standing Committee to make application to the Massachusetts Congress. Also to Conduct all Matters Civil or Military in the County till further Regulations be made. Voted that we will have no Dealings or Connections with any Person or Persons for the future that shall Refuse to Enter into the foregoing or similar Resolutions. A true Copy from the Minutes. Israel Perley Clerk. Dated at Maugervile on the River St. Johns May the 21, 1776. Memorandum—by desire of the Committee. Represent the Conduct of the Indians that Gen'll Washington's Letter Of February, 1776. See the reference to it in Washington's subsequent letter, Dec. 24, on p. 59 of Kidder's Maine and Nova Scotia. See, also, for the state of mind of the Indians, ibid., pp. 165-179, seq., 310, etc. set them on fire, and they are Plundering all People they think are torys and perhaps when that is Done, the others may share the same fate. We thin