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" By shutting up the port of Boston, some imagine that the course of trade might be turned hither, and to our benefit ; but nature, in the formation of our harbour, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that convenient mart. "
The History of the Rise, Progress, and Establishment, of the Independence of ... - Page 374
1788
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The Scots Magazine, Volume 38

English literature - 1776
...to prevent a further accumulation of evils 'on that Already forely diftrefled people. By fluitting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine that the courfe...be turned hither, and to our benefit; but nature, io the formation of our harbour, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that coirvenient mart....
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Annual Register, Volume 18

History - 1778
...that the course of trade might b turned hither, and to our benefit ; but nature, in the iitrmalion of our harbour, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that convenient mart. And were it otherwise, we must be dead to every idea of justice, lost to all feelings of humanity, could we indulge...
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An Impartial History of the War in America: Between Great Britain and Her ...

Edmund Burke - United States - 1780 - 652 pages
...prevent a further accumulation of evils on that already forely diftrefled people." — " By .{hutting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine that the courfe of trade may be turned hither, and to our benefit ; but nature, in the formation of our harbour, forbids our...
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History of the War with America, France, Spain, and Holland

John Andrews - Great Britain - 1785
...with all the lenity that remained in his power ; and concluded with thefe remarkable words : — " By fhutting up the port of " Bofton, fome imagine...forbids " our becoming rivals in commerce with that conV venient mart ; and were it otherwife, we muft " be dead to every idea of juftice, loft to all...
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Memoirs of the Reign of George III to the Session of Parliament ..., Volume 2

William Belsham - Great Britain - 1795
...General Court. " We are," fay they, " moft deeply afflicted with a fenfe of our public calamities:—by fhutting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine that...to our benefit; but nature, in the formation of our harbor, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that convenient mart; and were it otherwife, we...
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An historical, geographical, commercial, and philosophical view of ..., Volume 1

William Winterbotham - America - 1795
...inhabitants of Salem in favour of thofc of Bofton, and concluding with thefe remarkable words: " By Shutting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine that the courfe...turned hither, and to our benefit; but nature, in the formatioa of our harbour, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that convenient mart; and were...
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Memoirs of the reign of George III. to the session of Parliament ..., Volume 1

William Belsham - Great Britain - 1796
...fay they, tt moft deeply afHicied with a fenfe of our public calami" ' ' • ties: — ties :• — by fhutting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine that...our benefit ; but nature, in the formation of our harbor, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that convenient mart ; and were it otherwife,...
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Memoirs of the reign of George III. to the session of Parliament ..., Volume 1

William Belsham - Great Britain - 1796
...fay they, " moft deeply afflicted with a fenfs of our public calamities : — ties : — by feinting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine that the courfe...our benefit ; but nature, in the formation of our harbor, forbids our becoming rivals in commerce with that convenient mart ; and were it other wife,...
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The History of England, from the Revolution to the End of the ..., Volume 5

Tobias George Smollett - Great Britain - 1798
...already-forely diftrefled people. By (hutting up the port of Bofton, fome imagine, that the ccurfe of trade might be turned hither, and to our benefit...the formation of our harbour, forbids our becoming riv.ils in commerce to that Convenient mart. And, were it ctherwife, we muft be dead to every idea...
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The life of George Washington, Volume 2

John Marshall - 1804
...ready sorely distressed people." — " By shutting up the port of Boston, some imagine that the course of trade might be turned hither, and to our benefit...in commerce with that convenient mart. And were it otherwise, we must be dead to every idea of justice, lost to all feelings of humanity, could we indulge...
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