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" ADDRESS TO THE INHABITANTS OF CONNECTICUT "The ungenerous and wanton insurrection against the sovereignty of Great Britain, into which this colony has been deluded by the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you every... "
A detail of some particular services performed in America: during the years ... - Page 93
by Ithiel Town - 1835 - 117 pages
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Biographical sketches of distinguished American naval heroes in the war of ...

Samuel Putnam Waldo, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson - History - 1823 - 392 pages
...Collier, Commander in Chief of his Majesty's ships and vessels in North America, and Major General William Tryon, commanding his Majesty's Land Forces on a separate...which this colony has been deluded by the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify you in every fear, which conscious guilt could...
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Connecticut Historical Collections: Containing a General Collection of ...

John Warner Barber - Connecticut - 1836 - 560 pages
...forces on a separate expedition. Address to the inhabitants of Connecticut. The ungenerous and wanlon insurrection against the sovereignty of Great Britain,...this colony has been deluded, by the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you, every fear which conscious guilt could...
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Connecticut Historical Collections: Containing a General ..., Volume 2

Connecticut - 1837 - 560 pages
...inhabitants of Connecticut. The ungenerous and wanton insurrection agninst the sovereignty of Grea! Britain, into which this colony has been deluded, by the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you, every fear which conscious guilt could...
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Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of ...

Connecticut - 1837 - 560 pages
...and Major Gen. William Tryon, commanding his majesty's land forces on a separate expedition. Addrat to the inhabitants of Connecticut. The ungenerous...Britain, into which this colony has been deluded, bv the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you every fear which...
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Diary of the American Revolution, Volume 2

Frank Moore - United States - 1859
...the inhabitants of Counecticut by Commodore Sir Gcorge Collier and Major General William Tryon: "The ungenerous and wanton insurrection against the...purposes, might well justify in you every fear which conseious guiit could form, respecting the intentions of the present armament. " Your towns, your property,...
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Diary of the American Revolution, Volume 2

Frank Moore - United States - 1860
...inhabitants of Connecticut by Commodore Sir Gcorge Collicr and Major General William Tryon:"The ungenerous and wanton insurrection against the sovereignty...in you every fear which conscious guilt could form, respeeting the intentions of the present armament. " Your towns, your property, yourselves, He still...
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Diary of the American Revolution: From newspapers and original documents

Frank Moore - United States - 1860
...Commodore Sir Gcorge Collier and Major General William Tryon: "The ungenerous and wanton insurreetion against the sovereignty of Great Britain, into which this colony has been delnded by the artifices of desperate and designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in...
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The British Invasion of New Haven, Connecticut: Together with Some Account ...

Charles Hervey Townshend - Fairfield (Conn.) - 1879 - 112 pages
...Major General Tryon, commanding His Majesty's land forces on a separate expedition. ADDRESS TO THB INHABITANTS OF CONNECTICUT. The ungenerous and wanton...which this colony has been deluded by the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you every fear which conscious guilt could...
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washigton the solider

general henry b. carrington - 1898
...published the following letter to the people of Connecticut: " The ungenerous and wanton insurrections against the sovereignty of Great Britain into which this colony has been deluded by the artifices of designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you every fear which conscious guilt could...
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An Unknown Patriot: A Story of the Secret Service

Frank Samuel Child - United States - 1899 - 396 pages
...fog lifted, and the fleet moved in toward Kenzie's Point. Tryon sent on shore copies of the following address : To THE INHABITANTS OF CONNECTICUT, ...Britain, into which this colony has been deluded, by the artifice of desperate and designing men, for private purposes, might well justify in you every fear...
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