2 G. H. Hollister, The History of Connecticut, from the First Settlement of the Colony to the Adoption of the Present Constitution (2d. ed.) i (1855)

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THE


                     HISTORY


                              OF




 CONNE CTICUT,


                           FROM THlE



      FIRST SETTLEMENT OF THE COLONY TO THE ADOPTION OF THE
                     PRESENT CONSTITUTION.



                 BY  G.  H.  HOLLISTER.



                    Jn   Quoo   talunes:

                          VOL.   II.



Their force would be most disproportionately exerted against a brave, generous, and united peo-
pie, with arms in their hands and courage in their hearts; three millions of people, the genuine
descendants of a valiant and pious ancestry, driven to those deserts by the narrow maxims of a
superstitious tyranny.-Earl of Chatham.


      NEW HAVEN:

DURRIE AND PECK.
              18S55.

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