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Chapter 21: The spirit of New England. February, 1775. on the day on which the king received the address Chap. XXI.} 1775. Feb. of parliament, the memb
evastate the land like a whirlwind; that the colonies never would unite, and New England, perhaps even Massachusetts, would be left to fall alone; that even in Massa he constitution, and of natural right, and expressing the true sentiments of New England.
My friends: Human nature itself is evermore an advocate for liberty.
very fond of her, and rewarded her all along tenfold for all her care.
We New England men do not derive our laws from parliament, nor from common law, but from th country, inhabited by a hardy robust people, many of whom are emigrants from New England, and habituated like multitudes of New England men, to carry their rifles onNew England men, to carry their rifles on one shoulder to defend themselves against the savages, while they carry their axes, scythes, and hoes upon the other.
We have manufacturers of fire-arms; powder ha