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Chapter 11: The continent Supports Massachusetts. September, 1774. among the members elected to th
. The South Carolinians greeted the delegates of Massachusetts as the envoys of freedom herself; and the Virgin the troops at Boston; of Connecticut as well as Massachusetts rising in arms.
The next day muffled bells were empore prayer for America, for the congress, for Massachusetts, and especially for Boston, with the earnestness resolution of the continent met the delegates of Massachusetts on every hand; and the cry of war was pronounced n that no officer under the new establishment in Massachusetts ought to be acknowledged, but advocated allowing in New England.
One express had brought from Massachusetts the proceedings of Middlesex; another having now , the seventeenth of September, the delegates of Massachusetts laid before congress the address of the Suffolk heir sympathy with their suffering countrymen in Massachusetts, most thoroughly approved the wisdom and fortitu