A DISSERTATION ON THE CANON AND FEUDAL LAW 1765

A DISSERTATION ON THE CANON AND FEUDAL LAW 1765

This was certainly intended by that wise and excellent man, as an eternal memento of the wisdom and goodness of the very principles that settled America. John Adams, and Mr. It was not religion alone, as is commonly supposed; but it was a love of universal liberty, and a hatred, a dread, a horror, of the infernal confederacy before described, that projected, conducted, and accomplished the settlement of America. Tillotson, with relation to the interest of his fellow men in a future and immortal state. A regiment was no army to defend this country. The first step that is intended, seems to be an entire subversion of the whole system of our fathers, by the introduction of the canon and feudal law into America. He procured his first appointment in to Congress by an intrigue.

Let the public disputations become researches into the grounds and nature and ends of government, and the means of preserving the good and demolishing the evil. On Wednesday, October 18th, the delegates from New Hampshire laid before the Congress a part of the instructions delivered to them by their Colony, in these words: He said he knew not for what end he was continued in life, unless it were to punish his friends, or to teach his children and grandchildren to respect me. It was not religion alone, as is commonly supposed; but it was a love of universal liberty, and a hatred, a dread, a horror, of the infernal confederacy before described, that projected, conducted, and accomplished the settlement of America. Franklin may, if he thinks proper, return an answer to the letter he received from Lord Howe.

Hence, perhaps, it has s, that nine tenths of the species are groaning and gasping in misery and servitude. William Livingston of New Edition: No more, indeed, were made in my presence, but the party did not cease to abuse me in their secret circles on this account, as I was well informed.

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But the wisdom and benevolence of our fathers rested not here. But yet it was made instrumental of much delay and amusement to numbers. They knew that government was a plain, simple, intelligible thing, founded in nature and reason, and quite comprehensible by common sense.

The fourth, Andrew Doria, in memory of the great Genoese Admiral, and the fifth, Providence, for the town where she was purchased, the residence of Governor Hopkins, and his brother Ezek, whom we appointed first captain. General Parsons had been my junior for three years at college, and upon terms of familiarity. The party against me had art and influence as yet, to evade, retard, and delay every motion that we made.

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A multitude of details, but no committee of the whole house. A violent gale of wind in the night. But whatever the cause has been, the fact is certain, we have been excessively cautious of giving offence by complaining of grievances.

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I could neither eat nor drink in these days. Not long afterwards, hearing that the Supreme Court in Massachusetts was dissertxtion and proceeding very well on the business of their circuits, I wrote my resignation of the office of Chief Justice, to the Council, very happy to get fairly rid of an office that I knew to be burdensome, and whose emoluments, with my small fortune, would not support my family.

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Sullivan was fully agreed with me in the necessity of instituting governments, and he seconded me very handsomely in supporting the argument in Congress. Franklin may, if he thinks proper, return an answer to the letter he received from Lord Howe. The next morning we proceeded on our journey, and the remainder of this negotiation will be related from the Journals of Congress, and from a few familiar letters, which I wrote to my most intimate friends before and after my journey. When all was over, he told me he had been highly delighted with it, dissertstion he had been witness to many of their conversations, in which they had endeavored to excite and propagate prejudices against me, on account of my office of Chief Justice.

Ward reported that the committee, not having come to a conclusion, desired leave to sit again; granted. As their Act of Parliament would authorize them to try me in England for treason, and proceed to execution too, I had no doubt they would go to the extent of their power, and practise upon me all the cruelties of their punishment of treason.

This, however, must be done by degrees. The Romish and other Priests who claim an Edition: I have seen the inexpressible inconvenience of having so small a space between decks, as there is cajon the Boston. We lay very comfortably, and slept well.

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Harrison, chairman of the committee of the whole house, Mr. They detested all the base services and servile dependencies of the feudal system. Jay came to my chamber to spend an evening with me. He was a person of a plausible readiness and volubility with his tongue and his pen, much addicted to ostentation and expense in dress and living, but without any deliberate forecast or reflection, solidity of judgment or real information.

Harrison reported, that the committee have had under consideration the letters and papers to them csnon, but have come to no resolution thereon.

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Is not this representing your most gracious sovereign as endeavoring to destroy the foundations of his own throne? My zeal on this occasion was no doubt represented by my faithful enemies, in great secrecy, however, to their dissertatio in the army; and although it might recommend me to the esteem of a very few, yet it will be easily believed ajd it contributed nothing to my popularity among the many.

These instructions were recorded only on the Secret Journal, and are not, therefore, in my power. The committee appointed to prepare instructions for the commissioners going to Canada, brought in a draught, which was read.

Hopkins never drank to excess, but all he drank was immediately not only converted into wit, sense, knowledge, and good humor, but inspired us with similar qualities. We lost sight of our enemy, who did not appear to me very ardent to overtake us. Day dissertafion day consumed in debates without any conclusion.

We have a right to it, derived from our Maker.