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" that you, in behalf of this colony, dissent from and utterly reject any proposition, should such be made, that may cause or lead to a separation from our mother country, or a change of the form of this government. "
The New England Magazine - 第 318 頁
1886
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History of Pennsylvania

Philip S. Klein, Ari Arthur Hoogenboom - 2010
...Pennsylvania delegation to Continental Congress to “dissent from, and utterly reject, any Propositions.. - that may cause, or lead to, a Separation from our Mother Country.” The Radicals fumed, but restrained themselves for they wished no fight at this stage with the powerful...
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Richard Price and the Ethical Foundations of the American Revolution ...

Richard Price - 1979 - 350 頁
...person writes thus: New York, Nov. 2, 1775. “We love and force of arms, yet we strictly enjoin you, that you, in behalf of this Colony, dissent from, and utterly reject, any propositions, should such be made, that may cause or lead to a separation from our Mother Country,...
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The Atlantic Monthly, 第 65 卷

1890
...Pennsylvania delegates in Congress to " dissent from and utterly reject any propositions, should such he made, that may cause or lead to a separation from our mother country, or a change in the form of this government." Hence resistance to independence was associated with the maintenance...
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Thomas Paine's American Ideology

Alfred Owen Aldridge - 1984 - 327 頁
...committee explicitly instructed the delegates to "dissent from, and utterly reject, any propositions, should such be made, that may cause, or lead to, a...Country, or a Change of the Form of this Government." Paine, if he were the "Lover of Order," was indignant at this interdiction, which, he charged, was...
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Thomas Paine

A. J. Ayer - 1990 - 195 頁
...instructing its delegates to the Continental Congress to 'dissent from, and utterly reject, any propositions, should such be made, that may cause, or lead to, a...Country, or a change of the form of this Government'. Paine's argument was that the Assembly was exceeding its powers. 'The Delegates in Congress are not...
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Beyond Philadelphia: The American Revolution in the Pennsylvania Hinterland

John B. Frantz, William Pencak - 2010
...“strictly enjoined” its Congressional delegates to “dissent from, and utterly reject, any Propositions, should such be made, that may cause, or lead to, a...Country, or a Change of the Form of this Government.” No list of a roll-call vote on these instructions exists, but it is clear that the Chester County delegation...
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The Complete Idiot's Guide to the American Revolution

Alan Axelrod - 2000 - 396 頁
...its delegates to the Continental Congress to "dissent from and utterly reject any propositions ... that may cause or lead to a separation from our mother...country or a change of the form of this government." While New Jersey and Pennsylvania temporarily recoiled from independence, Congress played for time....
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Side Lights on American History

Henry W. Elson - 2000 - 272 頁
...Pennsylvania instructed its delegates in Congress “to dissentfrom and utterly reject any propositions, should such be made, that may cause or lead to a separation from our mother country.” 1 The legislature of New Jersey followed a few weeks later in almost the same language. In December...
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Benjamin Franklin: An American Life

Walter Isaacson - 2003 - 608 頁
...hold out; until June, its legislature had instructed its delegates to "utterly reject" any actions "that may cause or lead to a separation from our Mother Country." But under pressure from a more radical rump legislature, the instructions were changed. Led by Franklin,...
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Benjamin Franklin: An American Life

Walter Isaacson - 2003 - 608 頁
...hold out; until June, its legislature had instructed its delegates to “utterly reject” any actions “that may cause or lead to a separation from our Mother Country.” But under pressure from a more radical rump legislature, the instructions were changed. Led by Franklin,...
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