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George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 6, 10th edition. 92 0 Browse Search
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a cause left no room for fear. He was, said Bernard, one of the principal and most desperate of t. 1768; 701, 31, signed Clericus Americanus. Bernard to Hillsborough, 16 Sept. 1768, Letters to Hi discontent appeared on almost every brow. Bernard to Gage, 16 Sept, 1768. Captain Corner's Diar actually called a meeting of the Council. Bernard to Hillsborough, Letters to the Ministry, 71.achusetts had been arbitrarily dissolved; and Bernard refused to issue writs for a new one; so thatto Hutchinson, 14 Sept. 1768. to Hutchinson. Bernard was sure that but for the Romney, a rebelliont they should be quartered there. Upon this, Bernard produced the letter of General Gage, by whichuld be serviceable on the shortest notice. Bernard, with no ground of complaint against the Count. Chap. XXXVI.} 1768. Sept. The Governor Bernard's Message, to Gentlemen assembled at Faneuil immediate effect of the publication was, says Bernard, Supplement to Bernard to Hillsborough, No[20 more...]
two regiments only, but artillery also, which Bernard, by a verbal message, had specially requestedrms in open rebellion, wrote Gage, Gage to Bernard, 2 Oct. 1768. I don't see any cause to be scrsettled part of the town of Boston itself. Bernard to Hillsborough, 1 Oct. 1768. Letters to theood, 5 Oct. 1768. L. Col. Dalrymple to Gage, Bernard to Hillsborough. on the Long Wharf. Each solss their provisions. On Monday, the third, Bernard laid before the Council Dalrymple's requisitir in the Province could pledge its credit. Bernard to Hillsborough, 5 Oct. 1768. Major part of of the best lawyer, and kept them at bay. Bernard to Hillsborough, 18 Oct. 1768. Bernard neBernard next summoned all the acting justices to meet him, and renewed the General's demand for quarters. Nois coun– try, where every man studies law. Bernard to Hillsborough, 1 Nov. 1768; Gage to Hillsboht, he adopted the sentiments and language of Bernard; and advised barracks and a fort on Fort Hill[6 more...]