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For 150 years this people - her own kin - had been watched over and protected. Her strong arm had defended them from the encroachments of the French on one hand, and the Indians on the other. Most of the advantages the home-land had to offer were within their reach, while they were freed from many of its drawbacks.' They had multiplied and prospered exceedingly, and until the decadence of the last century had set in, they were a contented and happy people. The period, in fact, has been characterized as the good old colonial days, about which their poets have sung, and over which their writers, even at the present time, fondly linger. John Otis, one of the ringleaders of the revolt, and perhaps the loudest mouthed of them all, in an address as moderator of a meeting in Boston, 1763, said No constitu tion of civil government had yet appeared in the world so ad mirably7 adapted to the preservation of the great purpose of liberty and knowledge as that of Great Britain. Every person in America is of common right by Act of Parliament and the laws of God entitled to all essential privileges of Britons, the true interests of Great Britain and her colonies are mutual.

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