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" Possibly this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order to secure our dependence, may be subversive of this end. Poverty and oppression, among those whose minds are filled with ideas of British liberty, may introduce... "
Virginia and Virginians: Eminent Virginians ... History of Virginia from ... - Страница 504
по Robert Alonzo Brock - 1888 - 813 страници
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Memoir of the Life of Richard Henry Lee, and His Correspondence with ..., Том 1

Richard Henry Lee - 1825
...yet only the Declaratory Act had passed, suggested the probability that the measures it contemplated, "though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order to secure our dependence, might be subversive of that end;" " and may produce a fatal resentment of parental care, being converted...

Biography of the signers to the Declaration of independence [ed.] by J ...

Declaration - 1827
...which all his patriotic exertions were to tend. " Possibly this step (speaking of the declaratory act) though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order to secure our dependance, may be subversive of this end. Poverty and oppression, among those whose minds are filled...

Biography of the Signers to the Declaration of Independence, Том 4

John Sanderson, Robert Waln - 1828
...which all his patriotic exertions were to tend. " Possibly this step (speaking of the declaratory act) though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order to secure our dependence, may be subversive of tbia end. Poverty and oppression, among those whose minda are filled with ideas of British liberty,...

The Atlantic Monthly, Том 66

1890
...the passage of the Declaratory Act, he wrote to a friend, " Possibly this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order...secure our dependence, may be subversive of this end." At any rate, it was the conviction alike of Samuel and John Adams, and of Patrick Henry and Richard...

National Portrait Gallery of Eminent Americans: Including Orators, Statesmen ...

Evert Augustus Duyckinck - 1862
...events have arisen from seemingly the most inadequate causes. Possibly this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order...secure our dependence, may be subversive of this end." Still, in the undecided state of public opinion in America on the question at this time, Lee, though...

The Rise of the Republic of the United States

Richard Frothingham - 1872 - 640 страници
...events have arisen from seemingly the most inadequate causes. Possibly this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order...secure our dependence, may be subversive of this end." 2 John Adams saw in the intention in the ministry an entire subversion of the whole system of the fathers...

Richmond College Historical Papers, Томове 1–2

1915
...of subsequent events, be regarded as a sort of prophecy. "Possibly this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order...secure our dependence, may be subversive of this end." 23 Lee was again elected to the House of Burgesses in 1764. By Lee's and the efforts of other patriots...

Richmond College Historical Papers, Том 1, Броеве 1–2

Dice Robins Anderson - 1915
...'Letters of RH Lee. Vol. I., p. 1. 22Llfe and Correspondence of RH Lee, by his grandson. Vol. I., p. 26. and keep us low, in order to secure our dependence, may be subversive of this end."23 Lee was again elected to the House of Burgesses in 1764. By Lee's and the efforts of other...

The Simple Life: Plain Living and High Thinking in American Culture

David E. Shi - 2001 - 332 страници
...1764, Virginian Richard Henry Lee remarked to a friend in London that "this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order...subversive of this end. Poverty and oppression, among whose minds are filled with ideas of British liberty, may introduce a virtuous industry, with a train...
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The Simple Life: Plain Living and High Thinking in American Culture

David E. Shi - 2007 - 332 страници
...1764, Virginian Richard Henry Lee remarked to a friend in London that "this step of the mother country, though intended to oppress and keep us low, in order...subversive of this end. Poverty and oppression, among whose minds are filled with ideas of British liberty, may introduce a virtuous industry, with a train...
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