Browsing named entities in George Bancroft, History of the United States from the Discovery of the American Continent, Vol. 6, 10th edition.. You can also browse the collection for Samuel Gray or search for Samuel Gray in all documents.

Your search returned 6 results in 2 document sections:

y persons in the crowd discharged Chap. XXXV.} 1768. Sept. their guns into the roof of the house, making two or three holes, and breaking two panes of glass without further damage. Committee of Regulators to Governor Tryon, 30 May, 1768. Lieut. Col. Gray to Colonel Fanning, 9 April, 1768. At Fanning's instance, a warrant was issued by the Chief Justice to arrest three of the rioters, and bring them all the way to Halifax. Memorandum preceding Grays Letter. Raising a clamor against the odiousness of rebellion, Fanning himself, as military Commander in Orange, called out seven companies of militia; Col. Fanning to Col. Gray, 13 April, 1768. but not above one hundred and twenty men appeared with arms, and of these, all but a few stood neutral or declared in favor of the Regulators. F. Nash and T. Hart to Col. Fanning, 17 April, 1763. In Anson County Col. Spencer to Gov. Tryon, 28 April, 1768. on the twenty-first of April, a mob interrupted the inferior court; and, mor
m from the constables. On Friday the second day of March, a soldier of March the twenty-ninth, asked to be employed at Gray's Ropewalk, and was repulsed in the coarsest words. He then defied the ropemakers to a boxing match; Chap XLIII.} 1770.A larger number came down to renew the fight with clubs and cutlasses, and in their turn encountered defeat. By this time Gray and others interposed, and for that day prevented further disturbance. Boston Narrative, 14, 15. There was an end o to move off. Don't fire, said Langford, the watchman, to Kilroi, looking him full in the face; but yet he did so, and Samuel Gray, who was standing next Langford with his hands in his bosom, fell lifeless. The rest fired Chap. XLIII.} 1770. MarMajesty's Chap. XLIII.} 1770. March forces. Dalrymple's Narrative. You have asked the advice of the Council, said Gray to the Lieutenant Governor; they have given it unanimously; you are bound to conform to it. If mischief should come, by m