Address to the Gentlemen of the Provincial Congress of Virginia, by Charles Lee. The Addresses of the New-York Assembly are more alarming than the threats of the Minister. Any defection amongst ourselves is a matter of the most serious concern. It be
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Virginia, Provincial Congress
Economy: trade restrictionsKey people, events, and institutions: colonial governmentLoyalist, British resistance and ideology: opposition to LoyalistsPolitical philosophy: American nationalism, unity, rights of AmericaPolitical philosophy: libertyPolitical philosophy: parent-child analogyPolitical philosophy: slavery, bondage, and consentPolitics and causes of revolt: Continental Association
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