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Massachusettensis

Updated: Dec 5, 2023


 

Massachusettensis :

 

OR

A SERIES of LETTERS,

CONTAINING

A FAITHFUL STATE OF MANY IMPORTANT

AND STRIKING FACTS,

WHICH LAID THE FOUNDATION OF THE

PRESENT TROUBLES

in the

Province of the Massachusetts-Bay;

interspersed with

ANIMADVERSIONS and REFLECTIONS,

originally Addressed to the PEOPLE of that Province, and worthy the

Consideration of the true Patriots of this Country.

 

By a Person of Honor upon the Spot.

 

Falsus Honor juvat, & mendax Infamia terret, Quem, nisi mendosum & mendacem? Vir bonus est quis? Qui Consulta Patrum, qui Leges Juraque servat.

Hor. Ep. xvi.


 

BOSTON printed: London reprinted for J. Mathews, No. 18, in the Strand, M DCC LXXVI


 

Massachusettensis was written by Daniel Leonard and published in the years 1774-1775.


Source: Leonard, Daniel. Massachusettensis. J. Matthews, 1776.




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