chap X.} 1764. May.
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2 The account of this act of Adams variously colored by his contemporaries, according to their political connections. The elder Samuel Dexter, his intimate friend, used to narrate the incident as most honorable to him. The great abilities and integrity of Dexter sanction his judgment. See Thacher's Disis course on the Death of Samuel Adams. The Colonial Legislature sustained the views of Adams, and the British authorities acquiesced in them.
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