by Warren 1771

Author: Mucius Scaevola, a pseudonym of Joseph Warren Date: January 2, 1772 “To T—– H———, Esq. Sir, Notwithstanding your apparent ascendency over the reprehensive power of any body politic in this community, I cannot esteem myself fairly acquitted of my duty without giving you a little share of wholesome admonition, in common with the rest […]

Author: Mucius Scaevola, a pseudonym Date: November 14, 1771 “If it be true, that the exceptionable clause in the late proclamation, was not proposed by Mr. Hutchinson, but by one of the council; yet there it stands, and is nevertheless exceptionable, and must reflect dishonor somewhere, even though it were inadvertently inserted. It is not […]

Author:  Mucius Scaevola, a pseudonym Date: November 14, 1771 “A ruler, independent of the people, is a monster in government; and such a one is Mr. Hutchinson; and such would George the third be, if he should be rendered independent on the people of Great-Britain.” Source: Massachusetts Spy