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" Let these truths be indelibly impressed on our minds — that we cannot be happy without being free — that we cannot be free without being secure in our property — that we cannot be secure in our property, if, without our consent others may, as by... "
Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania, to the Inhabitants of the British ... - Página lxiii
de John Dickinson - 1903 - 146 páginas
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The Political Writings of John Dickinson, Esquire: The speech of John ...

John Dickinson - 1801
...to avert those dangerss LET these truths be indelibly impressed on our minds — that we cannot he HAPPY, without being FREE — that we cannot be free, without being secure in our property- r-that -u.^ cannot be secure in our property, if without o-ur consent, others may, as hy right, take...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volumen 8

Samuel Hazard - 1828
...these truths be indelibly impressed on our minds, that we cannot be happy without being free; thai we cannot be free, without being secure in our property;...if, without our consent, others may, as by right, lake it away; that duties laid for the sole purpose of raising money are taxes; that attempts to lay...
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The Register of Pennsylvania: Devoted to the Preservation of ..., Volumen 8

Samuel Hazard - 1828
...we cannot be happy without ucing free; that we cannot be free, without being secure in our properly; that we cannot be secure in our property, if, without...consent, others may, as by right, take it away; that duties laid for the sole purpose of raising money are taxes; that attempts to lay such duties should...
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Hazard's Register of Pennsylvania, Volumen 8

Samuel Hazard - 1832
...these truths be indelibly impressed on our minds, that we cunnot be happy without Deing free; thai we cannot be free, without being secure in our property; that we cannot be secure in our property, it, without our consent, others may, as by right, take it away; that duties laid for the sole purpose...
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Memoir of the Life and Times of General John Lamb

Isaac Q. Leake - 1850 - 431 páginas
...impressed upon our minds, that we can not be free without being secure in our property; that we can not be secure in our property, if without our consent,...may, as by right, take it away; that taxes imposed by Parliament do thus take it away; that duties, laid for the sole purpose of raising money, are taxes;...
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Memoir of the Life and Times of General John Lamb

Isaac Q. Leake - 1850 - 431 páginas
...in our property, if without our consent, others may, as by right, take it away; that taxes imposed by Parliament do thus take it away; that duties, laid for the sole purpose of raising money, are taxes; that attempts to lay such, should be instantly and firmly opposed."...
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The Life and Times of Sir William Johnson, Bart, Volumen 2

William Leete Stone - 1865
...truths," v-^-L- said the leaders of the people in New York, " be indelibly 1768. impressed upon our minds, that we cannot be free without being secure in our...may, as by right, take it away ; that taxes imposed by parliament do thus take it away ; that duties, laid for the sole purpose of raising money, are taxes...
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Historical Collections of the Essex Institute

Essex Institute - 1868
...Truths be indelibly impressed on our Minds — that we cannot be happy without being free — that \ve cannot be free without being secure in our Property...Duties laid for the sole Purposes of raising Money, arc Taxes — that Attempts to lay such Duties should be firmly opposed — and that this Opposition...
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History of New York City: From the Discovery to the Present Day

William Leete Stone - 1868 - 252 páginas
...said the leaders of the people in New York, " be indelibly impressed upon our minds, that we cannot We free without being secure in our property ; that we...may, as by right, take it away ; that taxes imposed by Parliament do thus take it away ; that duties, laid for the sole purpose of raising money, are taxes...
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History of New York City from the Discovery to the Present Day

William Leete Stone - 1872 - 794 páginas
...these truths," said the leaders of the people in New York, " be indelibly impressed upon our minds, that we cannot be free without being secure in our...may, as by right, take it away ; that taxes imposed by Parliament do thus take it away ; that duties, laid for the sole purpose of raising money, are taxes...
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