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Of the numerous meetings held in Massachusetts during 1774 to protest the recent Coercive Acts, the best known was that of delegates from Boston and other towns in surrounding Suffolk County, which was first held at Dedham on September 6 and then adjourned to Milton on the 9th of September. Joseph Warren captured the mood of his fellow delegates in a series of resolutions that became known as the Suffolk Resolves. They included the following:
Massachusetts had unmistakably emerged as the leader of the resistance against British policies. In particular, its decisions to establish a separate government, to collect and retain taxes, and to raise and arm military forces were clearly revolutionary steps and exceeded the actions taken previously by the other colonies.
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American Revolution Documents - The Suffolk Resolves by Joseph Warren 1774
... 1774 At a meeting of the delegates of every town & district in the county of Suffolk, on tuesday the 6th of Septr ., at the house of Mr . Richard Woodward, of Deadham, & by adjournment, at the house of Mr. [Daniel] Vose, of Milton, on Friday ...
Suffolk (British Bark) 102 days Aug 25, 1881 St. Michaels 488 PAGE 1 PAGE 2 PAGE 3 PAGE 4 PAGE 5 PAGE 6 PAGE 7 PAGE 8 PAGE 9 PAGE 10 PAGE 11 PAGE 12 PAGE 13 PAGE 14 PAGE 15 PAGE 16 PAGE 17 ...
Resolve -- Sylvia Plath
Resolve Sylvia Plath RESOLVE Day of mist: day of tarnish with hands unserviceable, I wait for the milk van the one-eared cat laps its gray paw and the coal fire burns outside, the little hedge leaves are become quite yellow a milk-film blurs the ...