Brandes re-examines the career of John Hancock, and his place in the American Revolution, utilizing a rigorous search and analysis of his papers. Includes all thirty-one of Hancock's speeches, bibliography and index.The secretary kept accounts of proceedings, but there were to be no stars.7 Certainly Hancock knew of the custom of frowning on formal speechmaking, no matter how short. It was like him to challenge it. On 29 Oct, Hancock did make a briefanbsp;...
|Title||:||John Hancock's Life and Speeches|
|Author||:||Paul Dickerson Brandes|
|Publisher||:||Scarecrow Press - 1996|