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‘Righteousness exalteth a nation.’

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act Riots in 1765. In 1770, after the Boston Massacre, where British...

Samuel Adams born SEPTEMBER 27, 1722

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act riots and the Boston Tea Party. After the "Boston Massacre," he...

Samuel Adams born SEPTEMBER 27, 1722

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act riots and the Boston Tea Party. After the "Boston Massacre," he...

"The Father of the American Revolution" – Samuel Adams

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act riots and the Boston Tea Party. After the "Boston Massacre," he...

American Minute – Samuel Adams born this day

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act riots and the Boston Tea Party. After the "Boston Massacre," he...

Our affairs appear to be approaching to a great crisis

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, June 12, 1780 Messieurs Edes, An old Correspondent begs room for a few Words in your next. Formerly this great contest was carried...

Governor & Judges: Creatures Dependents & Tools of the Crown

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, April 12, 1773 General Letter appearing in the Boston Gazette, April 12, 1773 Messieurs EDES & GILL, PERHAPS no measure that has been...

Governor & Judges: Creatures Dependents & Tools of the Crown

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, April 12, 1773 General Letter appearing in the Boston Gazette, April 12, 1773 Messieurs EDES & GILL, PERHAPS no measure that has been...

Sam Adams: Instructions to Reps. in the General Court

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, May 15, 1764 INSTRUCTIONS OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON TO ITS REPRESENTATIVES IN THE GENERAL COURT. MAY, 1764. 1 The Comtee appointed...

Seeking the favor of Heavenly Father

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, August 17, 1780 Philadelphia, My Dear Hannah Nothing I assure you, but Want of Leisure has prevented my acknowledging the Receipt of your...

The Need for Men of Understanding and Inflexible Virture

American Correspondence, Samuel Adams In 1781, while the war was still uncertain, Samuel Adams writes to his good friend and fellow patriot encouraging him to...

The Love of Liberty is interwoven in the soul of Man

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, October 4, 1790 BOSTON Octr 4th 1790 DEAR SIR With pleasure I received your Letter of Septr 12th; and as our good...

An Accolade of Lafayette: In The Glorious Cause Of Freedom

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, September 14, 1778 To Samuel Phillips Savage. Dear Sir, I recd your favor of the 3d with the News papers inclosd. I note...

Junius Americanus

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, October 31, 1771 BOSTON Octob 31 1771. Sir I Inclose a printed Copy of a Resolve of the Council of this province, whereby...

We are in a state of perfect despotism

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, September 27, 1771 SIR I am greatly indebted to you for your several Letters of . To let you know that I am...

Sam Adams "external or internal invader . . . "

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act riots and the Boston Tea Party. After the "Boston Massacre,"...

The Feudal System In Its Perfection!

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, January 8, 1770 May it please your Excellency, In your speech, at the Opening of the present session2, your Excellency expressed your...

A Conspiracy To Ruin A State Deserves Death

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, February 17, 1777 BALTIMORE Feb 15 1777 MY DEAR SIR I am favord with yours of the 21 of December for which I...

A Tyranny Seems To Be At The Very Door

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, October 14, 1771 Messieurs EDES & GILL, "Ambition saw that stooping Rome could bear A MASTER, nor had Virtue to be free." I Believe...

Acts of Parliament made against the Magna Charta are void

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, January 27, 1772 Boston Gazette, January 27, 1772 Messieurs EDES & GILL, I have observed from Baron Montesquieu, that the British constitution has...

Let us beware of the poison of flattery

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, November 11, 1771 Messieurs EDES & GILL, WE read that "Jeroboam the Son of Nebat made Israel to sin": For this he...

On Arbitrary Power Exercised By Britain Against The Colonies

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, July 31, 1771 TO ARTHUR LEE. BOSTON, July 31st, 1771. SIR,- Since I received your favour of the 28th of March, I have observed...

Channels Of Communication Vital To The American Cause

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams, Apr. 10, 1773 Your Letter to me of the 4th Feb last, I receivd with singular Pleasure; not only because I...

Samuel Adams on the Cure to the Enemies Venom

Liberty Letters, Samuel Adams Letter to John Adams, March 9, 1779 Mr L will write you fully by this Opp,y. I take up my pen chiefly...

Samuel Adams to The Sons of Liberty—Repeal of the Stamp Act

American Correspondence In 1769—on the third anniversary of the repeal of the Stamp Act—Samuel Adams composes a letter to his fellow Sons of Liberty reminding...

Samuel Adams—September 27, 1722

Democratic Thinker, Samuel Adams Samuel Adams. September 27, 1722—October 2, 1803. His nature is too noble for the world: He would not flatter Neptune for his trident, Or Jove...

Freedom of Speech—Samuel Adams Shouted Down

Democratic Thinker, American Debate On the evening of October 26, 1791, Samuel Adams rose to speak against repealing the prohibition of theaters in Boston. Those...

Sam Adams

American Minute with Bill Federer Crying "No taxation without representation," he instigated the Stamp Act riots and the Boston Tea Party. After the "Boston Massacre,"...

The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Jonathan Mayhew

Leonard O. Goenaga Article Series: The Pulpit and the Patriots WEEK 2: The Pulpit and the American Revolution: Jonathan Mayhew (1720-1766) Jonathan Mayhew is one such example...

Samuel Adams—To Richard Henry Lee (January 15, 1781)

American Correspondence, Samuel Adams In 1781, while the war was still uncertain, Samuel Adams writes to his good friend and fellow patriot encouraging him to...