Sir Francis Bernard, 21 January, 1770. Dalrymple was ready; and ordered his men to equip themselves with twelve rounds for an attack.
Gov. Jona. Trumbull to W. S. Johnson, 29 January, 1770. He has now thrown down the reins into the hands of the people, cried the Customs' Commissioners of Hutchinson, and he can never recover themConnecticut, to break connections with our mother country; but when she strives to enslave us, the strictest union must be dissolved.
Gov. Jona. Trumbull to W. S. Johnson, 29 January, 1770. And as he looked through the world, he exclaimed: The Lord reigneth, let the earth rejoice, and the multitude of the isles be glad thereof; the accomplishment of some notable prophecies is at hand.
Gov. Jona. Trumbull to W. S. Johnson, 3 March, 1770.
If the people of New-York are more restrained, wrote Hutchinson, it is owing to the form of government of their city.
Hutchinson to——,10 January, 1770. Their Liberty Pole had stood safely in the Park for nearly t