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Title: Proceedings of the Committee at Dagsberry, Delaware, on the charges against Thomas Robinson, of counteracting the measures of the Continental Congress.
Citation: American Archives Series 4, Volume 2, Page 1682
Author/Presenter: Delaware, Dagsberry Committee of Correspondence
Type: Deposition; Proceedings: testimony
Themes: Economy: moral economy; Key people, events, and institutions: Continental Congress; Key people, events, and institutions: meetings, provincial conventions and assemblies; Loyalist, British resistance and ideology: Loyalist resistance to new governments; Loyalist, British resistance and ideology: support for hierarchy; Mobilizing the populace: oaths, confessions, trials, clearing, censuring; Mobilizing the populace: trade boycotts; Political philosophy: American nationalism, unity, rights of America; Political philosophy: charters and fundamental law; Political philosophy: monarchy; Political philosophy: popular sovereignty; Political philosophy: rebellion
Date Presented: 1775-07-18
Before Whom: Delaware, Dagsberry Committee of Correspondence
Where Presented: Dagsberry, Delaware, North America
Date Composed: 1775-7-18
Where Written: Dagsberry, Delaware, North America
Recipient: Delaware, Dagsberry Committee of Correspondence
Document ID: S4-V2-P01-sp46-D0183
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