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These three popular lawyers were William Livingston, John Morin Scot,
Rev. D. Johnson to the Archbishop of Canterbury. and—alas, that he should afterwards have turned aside from the career of patriotism!—the historian, William Smith.
The news of the resignation of Pitt, who was almost idolized in America, heightened the rising jealousy and extended it through the whole continent.
We have such an idea of the general corruption, said Ezra Stiles, a dissenting minister in Rhode Island, we know not how to confide in any person below the crown.
Ezra Stiles to Franklin, Dec., 1761. You adore the Oliverian times, said Bernard to Mayhew, at Boston.
I adore Him alone who is before all times, answered Mayhew, and at the same time avowed his zeal for the principles of the glorious Revolution of 1688, especially for the freedom of speech and of writing.
Bradford's Life of Jonathan Mayhew, 222. Already he was known among royalists as an enemy to kings.
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