Simeon Howard

January 01, 1700 - January 01, 1700
"Men are also bound, individuals and societies, to take care of their temporal happiness, and do all they lawfully can, to promote it. But what can be more inconsistent with this duty, than submitting to great encroachments upon our liberty? Such submission tends to slavery; and compleat slavery implies every evil that the malice of man and devils can inflict."source: To the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company in Boston, June 7, 1773.military, war, peace, slavery, liberty

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