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‘ [450] have been struck at; but if they have, they are not
chap. XIX.} 1762.
wrested from us; and may righteous Heaven blast the designs, though not the soul, of that man, whoever he be amongst us, that shall have the hardiness to attack them.’ Thomas Hollis, a wealthy Englishman, a lover of humanity, a devoted friend to America, sent word to Boston to build no hopes upon the king, and already foresaw the approaching and certain independence of America.

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