History of the United States from the discovery of the American continent .. . ?%? J®[M]y IL/© 4 DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 73 freedom, was condemned, as too full of the seditious chap.doctrines of democratic liberty; the single-minded —v^-^author did not hesitate to suppress his book on the 16G1 Mar. Christian Commonwealth, and in guarded language is.to acknowledge the form of government by king, lords,and commons, as not only lawful, but eminent.^ A general expression of good will from the king, Feb.could not quiet the apprehensions of the colonists. ^^The committee for the plantations had alrea

History of the United States from the discovery of the American continent .. . ?%? J®[M]y IL/© 4 DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 73 freedom, was condemned, as too full of the seditious chap.doctrines of democratic liberty; the single-minded —v^-^author did not hesitate to suppress his book on the 16G1 Mar. Christian Commonwealth, and in guarded language is.to acknowledge the form of government by king, lords,and commons, as not only lawful, but eminent.^ A general expression of good will from the king, Feb.could not quiet the apprehensions of the colonists. ^^The committee for the plantations had alrea Stock Photo
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History of the United States from the discovery of the American continent .. . ?%? J®[M]y IL/© 4 DECLARATION OF RIGHTS. 73 freedom, was condemned, as too full of the seditious chap.doctrines of democratic liberty; the single-minded —v^-^author did not hesitate to suppress his book on the 16G1 Mar. Christian Commonwealth, and in guarded language is.to acknowledge the form of government by king, lords, and commons, as not only lawful, but eminent.^ A general expression of good will from the king, Feb.could not quiet the apprehensions of the colonists. ^^The committee for the plantations had already sur- Aprilmised that Massachusetts would, if it dared, cast offits allegiance, and resort to an alliance with Spain, orto any desperate remedy, rather than admit of appealsto England. Upon this subject a controversy imme-diately arose; and the royal government resolved toestablish the principle which the Long Parliament hadwaived. It was therefore not without reason, that the colonyforeboded collision with the crowui; and after a fullreport from a numerous commit

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