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" Boston: and being fully sensible of our indispensable duty to lay hold on every means in our power to preserve and recover the much injured constitution of our country; and conscious at the same time of no alternative between the horrors of slavery, or... "
A history of Dartmouth College and the town of Hanover, New Hampshire - Page 320
by Frederick Chase - 1891
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A History of the Town of Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts: From Its ...

Lemuel Shattuck - Acton (Mass. : Town) - 1835 - 392 pages
...our country ; and conscious at the same time of no alternative between the horrors of slavery, and the carnage and desolation of a civil war, but a suspension...in good faith, covenant and engage with each other : " 1. That from henceforth we will suspend all commercial intercourse with the Island of Great...
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A History of the Town of Concord, Middlesex County, Massachusetts: From Its ...

Lemuel Shattuck - Acton (Mass. : Town) - 1835 - 392 pages
...indispensable duty to lay hold on every means in our power, to preserve and recover the much injured constitution of our country ; and conscious at the...of no alternative between the horrors of slavery, and the carnage and desolation of a civil war, but a suspension of all commercial intercourse with...
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History of the Town of Mason, N. H.: From the First Grant in 1749, to the ...

John Boynton Hill - Registers of births, etc - 1858 - 324 pages
...Indispensible Duty to Lay Hold on Every Lawful Means in our Power to Preserve and Recover the Much Injured Constitution of our Country, and Conscious at the...no Alternative between the Horrors of Slavery, or Carnage and Desolation of Civil War, But a Suspension of all Commercial Intercourse with the Island...
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An Historical Address: Delivered at the Centennial Celebration of the ...

Rufus Phineas Stebbins - Registers of births, etc - 1864 - 313 pages
...Should not Send Said Covenant without further orders from Sd town. This covenant says, " there being no alternative between the horrors of Slavery or the...Commercial intercourse with the island of Great Britain, we do solemnly Covenant and engage with each other (1) that from henceforth we will Suspend all Commercial...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Volume 12

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1873
...Power to preserve and recover the much injured Constitution of our Country ; and conscious at the samo time of no alternative between the horrors of slavery,...Britain ; do, in the Presence of God, solemnly and in a good faith, covenant and agree with each other: 1st, That from henceforth we will suspend all...
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Annals of the Town of Mendon

John G. Metcalf - 1880
...indispensible Duty to lay hold on every means in our power to recover and preserve the much injured Constitution of our Country, and conscious, at the...or the Carnage and Desolation of a Civil War, but the suspension of all Commercial Intercourse with the Island of Great Britain, We the Inhabitants of...
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Reminiscences of Gen'l Samuel B. Webb of the Revolutionary Army

James Watson Webb, Silas Deane, John Austin Stevens - United States - 1880 - 402 pages
...indispensable duty to lay hold on every means in our power to preserve and recover the much injured constitution of our country ; and conscious at the...horrors of slavery, or the carnage and desolation of civil war, but a suspension of all commercial intercourse with the island of Great Britain, Do,...
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Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society

Massachusetts Historical Society - Massachusetts - 1886
...hold on every means in our power to preserve & recover the much injured Constitution of our Country: & conscious at the same time of no alternative between the horrors of Slavery or the Carnage & Desolation of a civil War, but a suspension of all commercial Intercourse with the Island of Great...
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The American Monthly Magazine, Volume 6

United States - 1895
...every means in our power to preserve and recover the much injured constitution of our Country, aud conscious at the same time of no alternative between...all Commercial Intercourse with the island of Great Iiritain do in the presence of God solemnly and in good faith covenant and Engage with each...
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The Granite Monthly: A Magazine of Literature, History and ..., Volumes 34-35

Local history - 1903
...Power to prcfcrve and recover the much injured Conftitutioa of our Country ; and confcious at the fame Time of no Alternative between the Horrors of Slavery, or the Carnage and Defolation of a civil War, but a Snfpcnfioa of all commercial Intercourfe with the Ifltnd of Great-Britain,...
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