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e suspected by the people here of having suggested any alteration.
And again to Sir F. Bernard, 23 January, 1771; I wished for a delay, rather than to lay the design aside, &c. &c. as well as those of Rhode
Chap. XLII.} 1769. Aug. Island and Connecticut; the dismemberment of Massachusetts
Besides earlier letters; see for example, Hutchinson to Secretary Pownall, 5 Dec. 1770; to Sir Francis Bernard, Jan. 1771; to Secretary Pownall, 24 Jan. 1771; to——, 5 June, 1771; to Secretary Pownall, Juliberty wherever it is planted.
America was settled upon ideas of liberty, and the vine has taken deep root and spread throughout the land.
Long may it flourish.
W. S. Johnson's Report of Chatham's Speech, in his letter to Gov. Trumbull of Connecticut, 10 January, 1770; and in a letter to the Rev. Dr. W. S. Johnson, of the same date.
The report of the American Debate on America is the safest guide.
The American understood the figure of the vine to refer to liberty in America.