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Books Books 1 - 10 of 21 on that Mr. Roch, the owner of the vessel, be directed not to enter the tea at his....  
" that Mr. Roch, the owner of the vessel, be directed not to enter the tea at his peril ; and that Captain Hall be informed, and at his peril, not to suffer any of the tea to be landed. "
The History of Portland, from 1632 to 1864: With a Notice of Previous ... - Page 493
by William Willis - 1865 - 928 pages
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Memoirs of the Reign of George III to the Session of Parliament ..., Volume 2

William Belsham - Great Britain - 1795
...suceeeding meet-' ing at Faneuil Hall, it was voted with loud acclamations, " that the ten shall not he landed, that no duty shall be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." " We must not," said a leading member of the assembly, " flatter ourselves, that popular...
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The life of George Washington, Volume 2

John Marshall - 1804
...complied with, another large meeting * assembled at Faneuil Hall, where it was voted with acclamations, " that the tea shall not be landed, that no duty shall...be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." With a foreboding of the probable consequences of the measure * The language said by Mr....
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The Life of George Washington,: Commander in Chief of the American Forces ...

John Marshall, Bushrod Washington - 1804
...hall, where it was voted with accla- CHAP, m. mations " that the tea shall not be landed, that 1774. no duty shall be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." With a foreboding of the probable consequences of the measure about to be adopted, and a...
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The historical reader: designed for the use of schools and families, on a ...

John Lauris Blake - History - 1824 - 381 pages
...sons of governor Hutchinson, to decline the charge of it. A vote was then passed with acclamations, " that the tea shall not be landed, that no duty shall...be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." After this vote, Mr. Quincy, a young and eloquent advocate, and ardent patriot, with a strong...
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A history of the colonies planted by the English on the continent of North ...

John Marshall - History - 1824 - 486 pages
... Minot. Bclshara. CHATVXIv. meeting* assembled at Fanenil Hall, who voted, with acclamation, " that the tea shall not be landed, that no duty shall...be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." With a foreboding of the probable consequences of the measure about to be adopted, and a...
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A History of the Colonies Planted by the English on the Continent of North ...

John Marshall - United States - 1824 - 486 pages
...meeting* assembled at Faneuil Hall, who voted, with acclamation, " that the tea shall not be landed, fiat no duty shall be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." With a foreboding of the probable consequences of the measure about to be adopted, and a...
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The Historical Reader: Designed for the Use of Schools and Families, on a ...

John Lauris Blake - Readers - 1825 - 372 pages
...the charge of it. . A vote was tfien passed with acclamations, " that the tea shall not be Ian ded, that no duty shall be paid, and that it shall be sent back in the same bottoms." After this vote, Mr. Quincy, a young and eloquent advocate, and ardent patriot, with a strong...
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The historical reader: designed for the use of schools and families. On a ...

John Lauris Blake - Readers - 1832 - 372 pages
...Hutchinson, to decline the charge of it. A ote was then passed with acclamations, " that the tea shall ot be landed, that no duty shall be paid, and that it shall be ent back in the same bottoms." After this vote, Mr. Quiny, a young and eloquent advocate, and ardent...
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The History of Portland, from its First Settlement

William Willis - 1833
...in every other city, at which the tea was expected to arrive. Public meetings were held in New-York, Philadelphia and Boston, in which the most determined...tea arrived, the inhabitants placed a guard over the vessels, that no part of it should be taken on shore ; it was kept in this situation some days to the...
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