History of the United States of America, from the Discovery of the Continent, 第 4 卷

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D. Appleton, 1886
 

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Two other acts against Massachusetts Boston consults the country towns
45
They reach the Hudson New York disinclined to war
51
Court at Springfield interrupted Supreme court in Boston
53
Gage fortifies Boston The court at Worcester interrupted
59
The psalm for the day The foundation and extent of colonial rights
65
Sympathy of congress for Boston Maryland punishes the importers of tea
71
Preparations for war which Henry predicts
77
Dunmores rapacity
82
Dunmore concludes a peace with the Shawnees
88
Fortitude of Massachusetts Seizures in Rhode Island in New Hampshire
94
Virginia Presbyterians in council Their decision
100
CHAPTER VII
106
Parliament unrelenting Instructions to Gage to act offensively
114
Chatham extols Franklin and inveighs against the ministers
116
Its measures for defence
122
Ilis plan hateful to the house of commons Appointment of Howe as general
128
Irritation of the army in Boston
134
Edmund Burke vainly proposes his plan of conciliation
140
Dunmore carries off gunpowder from the magazine of the colony
146
Gage sends an expedition to Concord
152
The British enter Concord Isaac Davis and the men of Acton
158
Their further retreat and pursuit through Cambridge
164
The men of Connecticut Israel Putnam
170
A new committee in New York An association
176
The men of Vermont cross Lake Champlain
182
TUB AMERICAN REVOLUTION EMANATES FEOM THE PEOPLE
185
Difficulty of getting the support of an unformed nation
191
They declare independence and establish a government
197
The answer approved by Shelburne and Vergennes
203
Knowing the difficulties before him he accepts
211
Gage orders an attack Courage of Prescott and his band
217
Number of the Americans in the engagement Free negroes
223

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