History of the United States: From the Discovery of the American Continent, Том 8

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Provides for defence 72Lord Stirling 72Pennsylvania 72Willing
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tion suspended 82Declaration of the convention 82Spirit of Jefferson
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Danger from the savages 87Stuart the Indian agent 87Gage and
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Martins opinion 91Confidence of Lord William Campbell 91Spirit
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verian troops taken into British pay 101The senate of Hamburg befriend
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movements of congress 109Negroes allowed to serve in the army
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Nor neglect the influence of principles 117Unity of the material universe
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central power 122Solution by James the Second 123Conflict avoided from
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CHAPTER XLIX
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CHAPTER L
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project of a treaty is prepared 149Timely coolness of the empress 150
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prised at the refusal and its manner 157Ile maintains his fortitude 157
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ty of Oxford 163Lord Stormont and the king of France 163Stormont
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recognition of American principles 171Position of the Rockingham party
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THE MARCH TO QUEBEC SeptemberNovember 1775
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parish of St Mary 195Arnolds coming known at Quebec 1964Arnold
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He summons Carleton to surrender the city 202His batteries 202Carle
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A sally 210The party surrender 210Loss of the Americans 210Mac
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Dumas 216De Bonyouloir arrives in Philadelphia 216His interview with
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The Great Bridge 222Dunmores foray 222Orders a fort at Great Bridge
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Consternation of the Scotch in Norfolk 228Crowds of people and runaway
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continental service 232Committee of congress on the subject 232Decision
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238Britain not the parent country 238The connection of no advantage
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Wilson against independence 242Samuel Adams counteracts him 212
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Hopkins writes against slavery 322Virginia humane towards the negro
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Measures of the assembly 26It renews its instructions against independe
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by England 332May be the basis of a coalition ministry 332Professing
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tocracy 341 Intrigues of Turgots enemies 341Sartine agrees with
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Chastellux quoted 341Turgot the real protector of the throne and the arise
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British forces to be concentrated there 356The expedition against
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Turgot 362_Turgot dismissed from office 363De Clugny 363Effect
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the people institute governments 367He carries his motion 367He
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Politics of Virginia 375The Lees 375The family of Cary 375Unan
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on immutable truth
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for it 388 Uneasiness of the assembly 388Report of new instructions
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CHAPTER LXVI
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North Carolina regiments 398_Orders of Lee 398Armstrong at Haddrells
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the action 404Moultrie fires slowly 404Sends for powder 405_Clin
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CHAPTER LXVII
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416Insurnuountable obstacles 417The Canadian clergy 417The
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Wooster before Quebec 420His batteries 420Incompleteness of the regi
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successful 430Loss of the Americans 431Sullivan retreats 431Arnold
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Its firmness 439Its votes 439The people consulted 439Unanimity
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449Meeting of members of congress 449_Their longevity 449All
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Adams 451Dickinsons position 452His speech 452_Opposes resolution
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John Adams 459His meditations 459His triumphant joy 460The
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insurrections 465The passage stricken out 466Slave trade branded as
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conciliation of right and fact 473It made no war on all kings 473It
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