Colonists condemned the tax because their rights as Englishmen protected them from being taxed by a Parliament in which they had no elected representatives. Contrary to Currier's depiction, few of the men dumping the tea were actually disguised as Indians. The seizure of the sloop Liberty in on suspicions of smuggling triggered a riot. In response, British troops occupied Boston, and Parliament threatened to extradite colonists to face trial in England.
To the President of Congress, May 1st. To Major-General Heath, May 5th. To Major-General Schuyler, May 15th. To the Marquis de Lafayette, May 17th.
To the Marquis de Lafayette, May 18th. To Gouverneur Morris, May 18th. To the President of Congress, May 18th. To Richard Henry Lee, May 25th. To John Parke Custis, May 26th. To Henry Laurens, May 29th.
To Landon Carter, May 30th. To Major-General Lee, May 30th. To Sir Henry Clinton, May 31st. Thoughts upon a Plan of Operations for the Campaign of To Major-General Dickinson, June 5th. To John Augustine Washington, June 10th. To Henry Laurens, June 11th.
To Major-General Gates, June 12th. To James Hunter, June 15th. To Joseph Reed, June 15th. To the President of Congress, June 18th. Ferguson—Intercourse with the enemy—General Arnold to command in Philadelphia. To Major-General Gates, June 20th. To Major-General Arnold, June 21st. To the President of Congress, June 22d.
To the Marquis de Lafayette, June 25th. To Major-General Lee, June 26th. To the President of Congress, June 28th. To the President of Congress, July 1st.
To Major-General Gates, July 3d. To John Augustine Washington, July 4th. To Governor Clinton, July 11th. To the President of Congress, July 12th.Book Review, Forth Laurens r, the headquarters for British military in America was located in the west, inhabiting the area of Detroit.
The British at Detroit served the needs of Indians well with blankets, bullets and whiskey;. A letter book () includes correspondence of Henry Laurens in England and France regarding treaty negotiations with Great Britain.
Other letter books concern Henry Laurens’s imprisonment in England, diplomatic efforts, and the Treaty of Paris. Charles Thomson was born in the town of Gortede, parish Maharan, County Derry, Ireland, the first week in November, He was the son of John Thomson, one of the most respectable men of Ulster.
Home American Revolution in South Carolina Letter, October 14, Fredericksburg, N.Y., John Laurens to Henry Laurens, page 1. ANTHONY, Susan Brownell, reformer, born in South Adams, Massachusetts, 15 Feb., Daniel Anthony, her father, a cotton manufacturer, was a liberal Quaker, who educated his daughters with the idea of self-support, and employed skillful teachers in his own house.
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