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" Congress, for the safety of the United Colonies, declare them independent of the kingdom of Great Britain, the inhabitants of this town do solemnly engage with their lives and fortunes to support Congress in the measure. "
The Yarmouth register, 1904 - Page 12
1904 - 112 pages
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The history and present state of the town of Newburyport

Newburyport (Mass.) - 1826 - 120 pages
...contest. At length in May, J776 occurs the memorable vote " That if the honorable Congress should, for the safety of the United Colonies, declare them independent of the kingdom of Great-Britain, this town will, with their lives and fortunes, support them in the measure." During...
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The History of Portland, from its First Settlement

William Willis - 1833
...Voted unanimously, as the determination of this town that if the honorable American Congress should for the safety of the united colonies declare them independent of the kingdom of Great Britain, the inhabitants of this town in meeting now assembled, will solemnly engage with their lives...
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A Sketch of the History of Newbury, Newburyport, and West Newbury, from 1635 ...

Joshua Coffin - Indian captivities - 1845 - 416 pages
...prudence respecting the same.' May 31sú. Newburyport ' voted that if the honorable congress should for the safety of the united colonies, declare them independent of the kingdom of Great Britain, this town will with then: lives and fortunes support them in the measure.' June 7th. The Yankee...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volume 2

Maine Historical Society - Local history - 1847
...very full meeting on the 20th of May previous to the Declaration of Independence, " voted unanimously, that should the Honorable Congress, for the safety...Colonies, declare them independent of the kingdom of Great Britain, the inhabitants of this town do solemnly engage with their lives and fortunes to support Congress...
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Collections of the Maine Historical Society, Volume 2

Maine Historical Society - Local history - 1847
...very full meeting on the 20th of May previous to the Declaration of Independence, " voted unanimously, that should the Honorable Congress, for the safety...Colonies, declare them independent of the kingdom of Great Britain, the inhabitants of this town do solemnly engage with their lives and fortunes to support Congress...
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History of the Town of Danvers: From Its Early Settlement to the Year 1848

John Wesley Hanson - Danvers (Mass.) - 1848 - 304 pages
...calculated to produce that result. On the eighteenth of June 1776,it was "Voted, that if the Honble Congress for the Safety of the United Colonies, Declare them Independent of the Kingdom of Great JBrittain, we the Inhabitants of this town, do solemnly Engage with our Lives and Fortunes to support...
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Account of the Centennial Celebration in Danvers, June 16, 1852: Together ...

Danvers (Mass.) - Danvers (Mass.) - 1852 - 208 pages
...sir, in June, 1776, in anticipation of the Declaration of Independence, the town voted — " That if the Honorable Congress, for the safety of the United Colonies, declare them independent of Great Britain, we, the inhabitants of this town, do solemnly engage with our lives and fortunes to...
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History of Newburyport: From the Earliest Settlement of the Country to the ...

Euphemia Vale Blake - Newburyport (Mass.) - 1854 - 414 pages
...as early as May, it was resolved, in a full town meeting, " that if the Honorable Congress should, for the safety of the United Colonies, declare them Independent of the Kingdom of Great Britain, this town will, with their lives and fortunes, support them in the measure." But though so...
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A Report of the Proceedings on the Occasion, of the Reception of the Sons of ...

Newburyport (Mass.), Daniel Dana - Newburyport (Mass.) - 1854 - 116 pages
...Newburyport at Bunker hill! Listen to the record of 1776. " Voted, That if the honorable Congress should, for the safety of the United Colonies, declare them independent of the kingdom of Great Britain, this town will, with their lives and fortunes, support them in the measure." Sons and daughters...
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History of Newburyport: from the earliest settlement of the country to the ...

Euphemia Vale Blake - Biography - 1854 - 414 pages
...as early as May, it was resolved, in a full town meeting, " that if the Honorable Congress should, for the safety of the United Colonies, declare them Independent of the Kingdom of Great Britain, this town will, with their lives and fortunes, support them in the measure." But though so...
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