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An humble intercession for the distressed town of Boston

An humble intercession for the distressed town of Boston

now almost deserted by its former rightful inhabitants, many of whom have fled, chusing to take refuge in the woods and caves, for the sake of liberty, rather than to live in splendor and affluence among slaves and tyrants; which place is at present under the government of a lawless British soldiery ... who, under the sanction of martial law, exercise every cruelty that can possibly be invented by the most uncultivated savages or fiercest barbarians, on the remaining miserable inhabitants, who are obliged to dwell there contrary to the faith of that perfidious arch-traitor and truce-breaking T. Gage.


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Published by Printed by E. Russell, next door to John Turner, Esq; in the Main-Street, 1775.--Travelling-traders, &c. are desired to call at the above place, where they may supply themselves with sundry new pieces on the tunes, very cheap by the quantity. in Salem [Mass.] .
Written in English

  • Broadsides.,
  • Boston (Mass.) -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Poetry.,
  • Massachusetts -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Poetry.,
  • Boston (Mass.) -- History -- Siege, 1775-1776 -- Poetry.

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    Other titlesOh America., When Abraham full of sacred fear., Lord, thou hast planted with thy hands.
    StatementBy a young lady, who was late a resident in that unhappy town. ; Now published by the earnest request of a great number of its late inhabitants.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 42847.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17690032M

      T he old brick palace at Williamsburg was in a tumult. The Governor tore off his wig and stamped it under foot in rage. "I'll teach them, the ingrates, the rebels!" Snatching at a worn bell-cord, but carefully replacing his wig, he stood with clinched fists and compressed lips, waiting. The Stephani, or Estiennes, were 16th-century printers and lexicographers; see Catalogue of JA’s Library description begins Catalogue of the John Adams Library in the Public Library of the City of Boston, Boston, description ends, p. Hale’s titlepage motto is evidently a . To Metella he always showed great deference, so much so that the people, when anxious for the recall of the exiles of Marius's party, upon his refusal, entreated the intercession of Metella. And the Athenians, it is thought, had harder measure, at the capture of their town, because they used insulting language to Metella in their jests from the. Trump must be over the target since he is tacking flak. Having lived in Boston for 4 years while in medical school in the early 90’s, I remember how biased the Globe was back in those days. I can’t imagine how bad is has gotten in the past 25 years. Fish wrapper then, still thesame now. The Boston attitude is one of intellectual superiority.

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An humble intercession for the distressed town of Boston: now almost deserted by its former rightful inhabitants, many of whom have fled, chusing to take refuge in the woods and caves, for the sake of liberty, rather than to live in splendor and affluence among slaves and tyrants ; which place is at present under the government of a lawless British soldiery who, under the sanction of.

In Salem, Massachusettes, E. Russell publishes A Cry for Boston by a Young lady, who was late a resident in that unhappy town, An humble intercession for the distressed town of Boston, now almost deserted by its former rightful inhabitants, many of whom have fled, chusing to take refuge in the woods and caves, for the sake of liberty, rather.

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A survey of the related nouns עָנָו and עָנִי shows how this class often appears to have the special attention of God. 60 The NT will echo these themes, as Jesus himself identifies with the humble and afflicted in his life (Matt ) and ultimately in his death (Phil ), and in like manner, God’s people are called to humble.

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