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Samuel Adams: The Father of American Independence


samuel Adams: The Father of American Independence

let not such language, be ours." Thus, while the hearts of others were ready to case simulation faint, Samuel Adams maintained his usual firmness. The Deity then has not given any order or family of men authority over others, and if any men have given it, they only could give it for themselves. I will not, at present, dispute it, nor mark out the limits and conditions of their submission: but will it be denied that they contracted to pay obedience, and to be under the control of Great Britain, because it appeared to them most beneficial. Leave the bird of night to the obscurity for which nature intended him, and expect only from the eagle to brush the clouds with his wings, and look boldly in the face of the sun.

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samuel Adams: The Father of American Independence

Although Adams did not take part in the storming of the ships, he played a vital part in organizing the event, which later became famous as the Boston Tea Party. And if we now cast our eyes over the nations of the earth we shall find, that instead of possessing the pure religion of the gospel, they may be divided either into infidels who deny the truth, or politicians who make religion a stalking horse. A leading member of the Boston Caucus, he was also a prosperous merchant and owned a malt-house. "I am perfectly satisfied said he, in a letter written from Philadelphia, to a friend in Massachusetts, in April, 1776, "of the necessity of a public and explicit declaration of independence. . Were we to hear our character as a people ridiculed with indifference? The document was signed by the members on August 2nd. Indeed, the West India Islands appear as the necessary appendages to this our empire. The time at which this attempt on our liberties plight of the Spanish Natives was made, when we were ripened into maturity, had acquired a knowledge of war, and were free from the incursions of enemies in this country, the gradual advances of our oppressors enabling us to prepare for. In that period will they be still bound to acknowledge that supremacy over them which we now claim? American Revolution against the Kingdom of Great Britain and the founding of the new nation after independence was won. John Hancock financially supported Samuel Adams. Adams urged the colonists to withdraw from Great Britain and form a new government.


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