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Continental Congress July 1775 Message Asserting American Sovereignty and Rejecting Parliament's Appeal for Peace Drafted by Thomas Jefferson and Printed at Harvard - With London News Reports on Battles of Lexington and Concord
Cambridge, Massachusetts: Samuel Hall and Ebenezer Hall, 1775. "The colonies of America are entitled to the sole and exclusive privilege of giving and granting their own money...It is a high breach of this privilege for any body of men, extraneous to their take to themselves the authority of judging of their conditions.""it is the DESPOTISM of the CROWN and the SLAVERY of the people which the ministry aim at. For refusing those attempts, and for that only the Americans have been inhumanly murdered by the King's Troops." [SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS].Newspaper. The New-England Chronicle, or the Essex Gazette. August 31-September 7, 1775 (Vol. 8, No. 371). Printed at Stoughton Hall, Harvard College, Cambridge, Massachusetts: Samuel Hall and Ebenezer Hall. Includes front-page printing of Opinion of Congress in Response to Lord North's Conciliatory Proposal (July 31, 1775), written by Thomas Jefferson, signed in type by John Hancock; and Resolution of Congress Clarifying Non-Importation Agreement(August 1, 1775). The original subscriber to this issue was Dr. John Wingate (1743-1819) of Hallowell, Maine (Massachusetts), who served as an army surgeon in the Revolutionary War. 4 pp., 10 x 15½ in.Convening in Philadelphia in September and October 1774, the First Continental Congress met to consider a unified response to the British Parliament's Intolerable Acts. Delegates agreed to boycott British goods beginning on December 1, 1774, and threatened to boycott the West Indies if those islands did not agree to non-importation of British goods. Con … [Click Below for Full Description]
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