The Life and Public Services of Samuel Adams: Being a Narrative of His Acts and Opinions, and of His Agency in Producing and Forwarding the American Revolution, with Extracts from His Correspondence, State Papers, and Political Essays - Vol. 3

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"THE FATHER OF THE REVOLUTION."


THE LIFE AND PUBLIC SERVICES OF SAMUEL ADAMS,
BEING A NARRATIVE OF HIS ACTS AND OPINIONS, AND OF HIS AGENCY IN PRODUCING AND FORWARDING

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION.

WITH EXTRACTS FROM HIS CORRESPONDENCE, STATE PAPERS, AND POLITICAL ESSAYS.

BY WILLIAM V. WELLS.

VOL. III.

SECOND EDITION.

BOSTON: LITTLE, BROWN, AND COMPANY. 1888.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Chapter XLVII 1
  • Chapter XLVIII 12
  • Chapter XLIX 34
  • Chapter L 51
  • Chapter LI 64
  • Chapter LII 80
  • Chapter LIII 98
  • Chapter LIV 119
  • Chapter LV 140
  • Chapter LVI 166
  • Chapter LVII 185
  • Chapter LVIII 211
  • Chapter LIX 222
  • Chapter LX 248
  • Chapter LXI 277
  • Chapter LXII 292
  • Four Letters: - Being An Interesting Correspondence Between Those Eminently Distinguished Characters 297
  • Chapter LXIII 323
  • Chapter LXIV 350
  • Chapter LXV 362
  • Appendix I. - The Oration Said to Have Been Delivered by Samuel Adams at Philadelphia, August 1, 1776. 403
  • An Oration - Delivered at the State-House, in Philadelphia, to A Very Numerous Audience; >On Thursday the 1ft of August 1776; 405
  • Oration. 407
  • Appendix II. 423
  • Indexes. 431
  • General Index. 445
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