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man laws; rights derived from the Great Legislator of the Universe. In the midst of this intense excitement, the Congress brought its deliberations to a close. Ruggles, of Massachusetts, and Ogden, of New chap. XVIII.} 1765. Oct. Jersey, pretended that the resistance to the Stamp Act through all America was treason, argued streorized to do so. Journal of W. S. Johnson. Dyer to Johnson, 8 Oct. Ogden insisted, that it was better for each province to petition separately for itself; and Ruggles, the presiding officer of the Congress, heedless of their indignation, still interposed his scruples and timidities. On the morning of the twenty-fifth, the an Third, the Congress assembled for the last time, and the delegates of six colonies being empowered to do so, namely; all the delegates from Massachusetts, except Ruggles; all from New Jersey, except Ogden; all those of Rhode Island; all of Pennsylvania, excepting Dickinson, who was absent but adhered; all of Delaware; and all of M