Revolutionary New England, 1691-1776

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ILLUSTRATIONS
FRONTISPIECE FROM THE "LONDON MAGAZINE," 1774 Frontispiece
A SEA SKIRMISH BETWEEN ONE ENGLISH AND THREE FRECH MEN-OF-WAR42

From A Relation of the Severall Adventers by Sea with the dangers, difficulties, and hardships met for several years, transcribed by John Millar, 1717-1718

PROCLAMATION AGAINST COMMERCE AND TRADE, I71775
ONE FACTOR IN ENGLAND'S SEA-SUPREMACY -- A KETCH OF THE LATE SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY86

From A Relation of the severall Adventers

SAMUEL WALDO'S ADVERTISEMENT or EASTERN LANDS, 1734147
WILLIAM SHIRLEY, GOVERNOR or MASSACHUSETTS166

From a Portrait by T. Hudson

WILILAM PEPPERELL182

From a Portrait by T. Smybert

THOMAS HUTCHINSON, GOVERNOR OF MASSACHUSETTS190

From a Portrait by J. S. Copley

SAMUEL ADAMS302

From a Portrait by J. S. Copley

BROADSIDE CONCERNING THE REPEAL OF THE STAMP ACT, 1766341
CONTEMPORARY CARTOON SATIRIZING THE HISTORY OF THE STAMP ACT344

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface V
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Chapter I- Introductory 3
  • Chapter II- The Machinery of Empire 18
  • Chapter III- The Dawn of the Century 30
  • Chapter IV- The Policy of Unified Control 46
  • Chapter V- Attempts at Coöperation, Imperial and Colonial 60
  • Chapter VI- The Rising Tide 84
  • Chapter VII- Diverging Interests 111
  • Chapter VIII- Expanding Energies 138
  • Chapter IX- The Great Divide 169
  • Chapter X- The Wrong Turning 200
  • Chapter XI- The Fate of a Continent 221
  • Chapter XII- War and Business 250
  • Chapter XIII- The Price of Peace 278
  • Chapter XIV- The Insoluble Problem 304
  • Chapter XV- Darkening Skies 338
  • Chapter XVI- The Issue Defined 369
  • Chapter XVII- The Defeat of the Conservatives 406
  • Chapter XVIII- Civil War 433
  • Index 453
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