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26 , 1775 , Parliamentary History , XVIII , 191 . 5 See 37 6 – 10 ; the speech of Pitt
, Jan . 14 , 1766 , Parliamentary History , XVI , 97 - 101 ; his speech May 27 ,
1774 , XVII , 1353 - 1356 ; and the speech of Governor Johnstone , Feb . 6 , 1775
The governor of Massachusetts would not issue clearance papers for a return :
the people of Boston threw the tea into the harbor . Thereupon Parliament ,
spurred on by the king , proceeded to measures yet more vigorous . It closed the
port of ...
When the royal governors dissolved the provincial assemblies for expressing
sympathy , " the colonies united in the ... 1 See letter of General Gage from Salem
, June 26 , 1774 , Parliamentary History , XVIII , 85 , 86 ; letter of Governor ...
Then , too , he saw what so many failed to see , that the real cause of the contest
lay deeper than the casual orders of a governor or the retaliation of a mob , and
that America , in resisting the encroachments of royal prerogative , was fighting a
Obedience is what makes government , and not the names by which it is called :
not the name of governor , as formerly ; or committee , as at 5 present . This new
government has originated directly from the people , and was not transmitted ...
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This well-crafted address was presented as a series of suggestions for a way to conciliate the American colonists and avoid a revolt. The common-sense points that Burke makes and the ways that he goes ... Прочетете пълната рецензия