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American precedents of declaration

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      • Shaw & Shoemaker 19369First ed. edited by Benoni Perham, Boston, 1802.

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        Paginationxvi, 57 p. :
        Number of Pages48
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Declare the Causes: The Declaration of Independence

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This law, which their own bad faith rendered absolutely indispensible for the protection of constitutional rights, was instantly met with ferocious revilings and all conceivable modes of hostility. Several eye-witnesses, including William Moultrie, William Henry Drayton, Barnard Elliott, and William Tennent, wrote brief descriptions of this historic events, but each of American precedents of declaration respective descriptions is incomplete.

As mentioned above, the Declaration of Independence was published on 24 August 1776 in theseven weeks after the adoption of the Declaration by the Continental Congress took place in Philadelphia. " These ends it endeavored to accomplish by a Federal Government, in which each State was recognized as an equal, and had separate control over its own institutions. In 1820 the North endeavored to overturn this wise and successful policy and demanded that the State of Missouri should not be admitted into the Union unless she first prohibited slavery within her limits by her constitution.

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