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Lloyds Evening Post (Newspaper) - August 14, 1776, London, Middlesex the of Na anil a J 14 thft us of Man kind declare the Caufes tofhe ai Men that they are certain nn and the That ftctre thefe are in juft Pow ejs horn the Governed and to popu lation of thefe States ob ftruiEHng for Naturalization Fo to pafs encourage ttair Migratitfps railing the Appropriatioqsof He has obitrufted tne Admlniftration of byjefufmghSs to Laws for eftabliuMfltg He dependent on Ms for the Tenure of aijd the Amount and Payment of their Sa He a Multitudeof new and tent hither Swarms of Officers to rafs our and eat out their Subiift He has kept in Tiroes of without the Confent of our He has to render the Military in dependent and fuperior the Civil He has to fubjeft us to a Jurifdiftion foreign to our Cpnftitu layuvg its Foun dation on andorganizingits Powers in fucn fhall feem njoftUikely to their Safety rind Happi will diftarej that Go vernments long eftabiifliedfhould not be changed for light and fraiifient Caufes and Experience Jiath that right by abolifhing the Forms1to whrch they are and purfuiiig the fame evinces aDeTign to reduce them underabfoluie iris it is their fuch Govern and to provide newGjuards for their Such has been th patient Sufferance of thefe and fuch is now the NecelEty which conftrains them to alter their JormerSyfterns of The Hiftory of the is aHSftory of repeated Injuries and Ufurpations all having in direcl Objeft the Eftabliftiment oF ait over thefe let Fads be fub mitted to a candid He has refufed his Aflent to the moft wholefome and rKeceflary for the public jHe has forbidden Governors to pafs Laws of imlefs fufpended iavtheir Operation till his Aflent fliould be obtained and whqn fo he has neglefled toat He has refufed tojpafs other Laws for Ac commodation of large of unleis thofe Peoplg would ihe Rights of Representation irtthe aHight aud formidable For quartering large Bodies of armed Troops us For protecting by a mock from Punilhmcnt for any Murders which they fliould commit on the Inhabitants of He has together atVPlaces and dif fairt from the public Re for thefolegujMtfe of fatiguing them iqtp Compliance wiih nis He has rejjeate Firm his the j He has refuftd for long fuch to caufe others e whereby the Legiflative in capable of haveReturned to the People at large for their Exercife the in the rnean expofed to all the Dangers of InvafiojV frofji jyjth and Convulfions For cutting off our Trade with all Parts of the World Forimpofing Taxes on us without our Confent For depriving in many of the Benefit of Trial by Jury For tranfpqrting us beyond Seas to be tried forpretended Offences For aboHfliing the free Syftern of Enelifh Laws in a neighlDoiiriiig elrabliih ing therein ah arbitrary and enlargng its foas to fender it at once an Example andfit Inftrtimenf for introducingtKe fame abfolute Rule into thefe Colonfesr For our abolifliing our moft and alteringfunda mentally the Governments For fufpending our own and declaring themfelves iftvefted with to legiflate for us in all Cafes He has abdicated Government by declaring us out of and Waging War agaiort fie has oiir ravaged our burnt our deflroyed the Lives of our He at this tranfporting large Armies of forpign to com pleat the Workfof Defolation and Ty already begun with Circumftances of Crueltyand fcarcciy paralleled in the moft barbarous un worthy the Head of a civilized He has conftrained our Fellow taken captive on the High to bear Arms againft their to become the Execu tioners of their Friends and or to fall themfelves by their He has excited domeftic a moneft and has endeaybuVed to bring on flie Inhabitants of bur tberoer ciles Indian ychoTe Ride of Warfare is an undiftinguifhed Deftrujflion of all anH In every Stage of thefeOppreffions we hava petitioned for in the moft par repeated Petitions have been anfwered only by repeated wbofe Charafter is thus marked by every Aft which define a h unfit to be the Ruler of z free Nor hare we been wanting in Attention to our We have warned from Time to of by their to an unwarrantable Ju riidiclion over We have reminded them of the Gircumftahces of our Emigration Settlement We have appealed to native Juftice and and we have conjured them by the Ties of our common Kindred thefe Ufurpations which would inevitably interrupt our Connections and They too have been deaf to the Voice ft ice and of We acquiefce the Neceflity which denounces our Separar and hold as we hold the reft of Enemies in in Peace the Representatives of the United States of in General Con prefs appealing to the Supreme judge of the World for theReftitude of our in the Name and by the Au thority of the good People of thefe folemly publilh and that thefe Unit ed Colonies and of Right ought to Free and Independent and rhat they are abfolvcd from all Allegiance the and that ail political Connexion between them and tue State of Great Bri and ought to totally and free and independent full Power to levy contract eltablifti Com and to do all other Afts which independent States may of Right And for the Support of this with firm Reliance on the Protection of Divine we mutually pledge to each other our our and bur facred Signed by and in Behalf of the JOHN CHARLES The SPANISH By Eeing of HPHE NEW ENGLISH THE with a embcllifhra in fplencid is this Day Price only though the Engraving is worth double the teipg ornamented with a ftriking Likcncfs of DUN reprefenting the drawn by snd engraved by In Volume The Bufy Bold Stroke lor a Confcious and Sufpicious with Frontifpieces by the eminent Artifis of this an elcgant Vignette to this Volume i he Fair Tancred and Phjedra and with the and an highfinifned1itlePagc and TThe Whjle will form a Dramatic which Gentlemen may now begin with and be fcrved Some of each Play arc printed on Royal having Proof Imprefiions of at cadi Printed for Rivmgton and Ba and and The Firft and Second Volumes may now be in large Paper at STOCKS done this Bank 138 i India ibi South 3 per 3 xi 3 Ditto 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