The library of American biography. Second series
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THE LIBRARY OF BIOGRAPHY.AMERICAN CONDUCTED SPARKS.JAREDBY SERIES.SECOND 11.VOL. . BOSTON. AND COMPANYBROWNLITTLE, 1864. Entered to Act of in theaccording Congress, year 1844, by CHARLES C. LITTLE AND JAMES BROWN, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts. CONTENTS. LIFE OF 'JAMES OTIS. BY BOWEN.FRANCIS Page. 3 Preface CHAPTER 1. Birth His Ed-and James Otis.Parentage of ucation. Studies Law. Removes to Boston. Anecdotes his Career. of Professional Pub-Marries; Particulars hisof Family. lishes a Tract on Latin andProsody Style. 5His ......Literary Opinions. CHAPTER II. View the at Issue be-Preliminary of Questions andtween the and theColonies,England of Part taken Mr. Otis in the Discussion. . 26by CHAPTER III. the Otis's respecting Origin of Enmity to the Administration examined. He argues a Cause out the Act.growing of Sugar Writs Assistance.Question respecting of Conduct Otis. hisof Analysis of Speech the and Extracts it. . 43against Writs, from VI CONTENTS. CHAPTER IV. the Dis-Otis chosen a Member of Legislature. about the with Hutchinson.putes Currency Transactions in the RemonstranceAssembly. Conduct inthe Governor'sagainst spending the without Warrant. Otispublic Money a to andPamphlet defend himselfpublishes the .65House CHAPTER V. about the Attor-Peace 1763. Questionof General. Plan America.ney- for taxing Otis.of ChargesTemporary Unpopularity him His onconsidered.against Pamphlet andthe the Colonies.

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THE
LIBRARY
OF
BIOGRAPHY.AMERICAN
CONDUCTED
SPARKS.JAREDBY
SERIES.SECOND
11.VOL.
. BOSTON.
AND COMPANYBROWNLITTLE,
1864.Entered to Act of in theaccording Congress, year 1844, by
CHARLES C. LITTLE AND JAMES BROWN,
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.