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" America must and will be free. The contest may be severe ; the end will be glorious. We would not boast, but we think, united and prepared as we are, we have no reason to doubt of success, if we should be compelled to the last appeal ; but we mean not... "
Life of Arthur Lee, LL. D.: Joint Commissioner of the United States to the ... - Page 266
by Richard Henry Lee - 1829
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History of the Siege of Boston, and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord ...

Richard Frothingham - Boston (Mass.) - 1851 - 420 pages
...that these laws were put in execution, and that we were in lordships." we should be compelled to make the last appeal ; but we mean not to make that appeal...justified in doing it in the sight of God and man." ' Each day, however, it became more and more evident that this last appeal was at hand. Intelligence...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

LITTLE, BROWN AND COMPANY - 1858
...alone. America must, and will be free. The contest may be severe — • the end will be glorious. United and prepared as we are, we have no reason to...the sight of God and man. Happy shall we be, if the mother country will allow us the free enjoyment of our rights, and indulge us in the pleasing employment...
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HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, FROM THE DISCOVERY OF THE AMERICAN CONTINENT

GEORGE BANOROIT - 1858
...lose it alone. America must, and will be free. The contest may "be severe— the end will be glorious. United and prepared as we are, we have no reason to...the sight of God and man. Happy shall we be, if the mother country will allow us the free enjoyment of our rights, and indulge us in the pleasing employment...
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History of the United States: The American revolution

George Bancroft - United States - 1858
...lose it alone. America must, and will be free. The contest may be severe — the end will be glorious. United and prepared as we are, we have no reason to...the sight of God and man. Happy shall we be, if the mother country will allow us the free enjoyment of our rights, and indulge us in the pleasing employment...
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Life and Times of Joseph Warren

Richard Frothingham - 1865 - 558 pages
...humble instrument of the salvation of Britain, it will give its the sincerestjoy ; but, if Britain mint lose her liberty, she must lose it alone. America...God and man. Happy shall we be if the mother-country wiU allow us the free enjoyment of our rights, and indulge us in the pleasing employment of aggrandizing...
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History of the Siege of Boston, and of the Battles of Lexington, Concord ...

Richard Frothingham - Boston (Mass.) - 1872 - 422 pages
...town voted " was not worthy of any public notice." — Essex Gazette. we should be compelled to make the last appeal ; but we mean not to make that appeal...can be justified in doing it in the sight of God and man."1 Each day, however, it became more and more evident that this last appeal was at hand. Intelligence...
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The Rise of the Republic of the United States

Richard Frothingham - United States - 1872 - 640 pages
...united and prepared as we are, we have no reason to doubt of success, if we should be compelled to make the last appeal ; but we mean not to make that appeal,...can be justified in doing it in the sight of God and man."2 This prediction was based on the fact of union. The faith of the patriots in a United America...
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History of the Siege of Boston: And of the Battles of Lexington, Concord ...

Richard Frothingham - Boston (Mass.) - 1873 - 422 pages
...town voted " was not worthy of any public notice." — Essex Gazette. we should be compelled to make the last appeal ; but we mean not to make that appeal until we can be justified in doing it m the sight of God and man." ' Each day, however, it became more and more evident that this last appeal...
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National Teachers' Monthly, Volume 2

Education - 1875
...united and prepared as we are, we have no reason to doubt of success, if we should be compelled to make the last appeal ; but we mean not to make that appeal,...justified in doing it in the 'sight of God and man." Such was the prediction of Joseph Warren, at the time when John Adams was openly declaring that all...
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The History of Massachusetts: From the Landing of the Pilgrims to the ...

Massachusetts - 1875 - 578 pages
...reason to doubt of success, if we should be compelled to make the last appeal ; but we mean not to I • make that appeal until we can be justified in doing it in the sight of God and man."1 Towards the middle of April a doubt no longer prevailed that General Gage was bent upon destroying...
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