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George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 6, 10th edition. 62 0 Browse Search
Lucius R. Paige, History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1630-1877, with a genealogical register 1 1 Browse Search
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lves, and then sent to invite Thomas and Elisha Hutchinson to resign their appointment; but they anrds were received with clapping of hands; Hutchinson to Dartmouth, 4 November, 1773. but the Meet should not be Narrative prepared for Gov. Hutchinson by Mr. Benjamin Davis, merchant in Bostonrtune and life itself in so good a cause, Hutchinson to 3 Dec. 1773. said Hancock, and this sentiable to seizure. They find themselves, said Hutchinson, involved in invincible difficulties. Meantal prosecutions against its patriot sons. Hutchinson to Sir Francis Bernard, 3 Dec. 1773; Compare too Hutchinson to Mauduit, 7 Dec. 1773. The spirit of the people rose with the emergency. Two furious as in the time of the Stamp Act. Hutchinson to Mauduit, 7 Dec. 1773. On the ninth, td, 1 Jan. 1774. and he flattered himself, Hutchinson to Lord Dartmouth, 14 Dec. 1773; Boston Gazetill it should be discharged of the teas. Hutchinson began to clutch at victory; for, said he, it[6 more...]
h the Address to the King for the removal of Hutchinson and Oliver, he gave assurances, that the peoTemple, and always believed the contrary; Hutchinson's History, III. 416, and 418. but swayed not so much by the solicitations of Hutchinson and Mauduit, as by his sudden appointment as a banker toachusetts, and Mauduit, with Wedderburn, for Hutchinson and Oliver, appeared before the Privy Councihe drew a parallel between Boston and Capri, Hutchinson and Sejanus, the humble Petition of the Masse breast of a bloody African. The speech of Hutchinson, challenging a discussion of the Supremacy o of that absolute power, he called private. Hutchinson had solicited the place held by Franklin, frockingham; Same to Charles Lee; Dartmouth to Hutchinson; Arthur Lee to Samuel Adams, 31 January, 177by Lady Charlotte Lindsay. In the letters of Hutchinson, he saw nothing to which the least exception could be taken; Hutchinson's Diary. and condemned the Address of Massachusetts, of which every [5 more...]