the proceedings of two meetings, help in boston on the 7th and 14th july

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Page 12 - Fear not: for I am with thee: I will bring thy seed from the east, and gather thee from the west; I will say to the north, Give up; and to the south, Keep not back: bring my sons from far, and my daughters from the ends of the earth...
Page 5 - By one of these, the constitution and charter of the province were completely subverted, all power taken out of the hands of the people, and placed in those of the servants of the crown. The third scheme of lord North was the introduction of ' a bill for the impartial administration of justice in Massachusetts.
Page 7 - ... had been divided for fifty-two ballots between Webster and President Fillmore, the convention turned to the popular General Winfield Scott. Not a single Southern Whig supported Webster. And when the Boston Whigs urged that the party platform take credit for the Clay Compromise, of which, they said, "Daniel Webster, with the concurrence of Henry Clay and other profound statesmen, was the author...
Page 6 - ... all faces, and seemed to pervade the entire city and country around us, when the final announcement came. The shock of an earthquake would not have been more appalling.
Page 18 - It was then Voted, that when the meeting adjourn, it adjourn to meet...
Page 10 - He has saved us from wars abroad, and distractions at home ; he has stretched his broad arms from Maine to Georgia, and from the Atlantic to the Pacific, and...

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