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1 See in Lib. 4.201 the Boston Courier's approval of the Salem Gazette, which called Thompson an ‘itinerant stirrer up of strife,’ and declared. ‘The pride of our countrymen will not long submit to foreign interference.’
2 ‘Meanwhile, every true citizen of that country must necessarily be content to have his self-government tried by the test of these principles [the truths of the Declaration], to which, by his citizenship, he has become a subscriber. . . . and he will quarrel with no results fairly brought out by such a test, whether they inspire him with shame or with complacency. In either case, he will be animated by them’ (Harriet Martineau's “Society in America,” Part 1, Politics).
3 Ante, p. 250.
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