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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)
manifesto antedating the Declaration of Independence, imbued with the same spirit, and, considering their insulated locality, and the vicinity to the old and Kidder's Maine and Nova Scotia, p. 62. wellfortified towns in possession of an English army and navy, . . . remarkably old. Action of the people on the St. John r 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 PeoplHalifax (a vessel afterward famous for having been the refuge of Benedict Arnold on the discovery of his treason), sailed up the river with troops, and, as was Kidder's Maine and Nova Scotia, p. 86. reported in Machias on the 29th, compelled the settlers to take the oath of allegiance to his British Majesty. Many were robbed o