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  • News of the Prohibitory Act had an immediate impact on Congress.

    Robert Morris

  • The business of the Congress was suspended and the delegates sat with rapt attention while the letters and the text of the Prohibitory Act were read.

    Robert Morris

  • Morris perused the documents in the chilly gloom of the countinghouse: among them was a printed copy of the Prohibitory Act, a new law passed by Parliament just before Christmas in retaliation for the warlike posture of the colonies.

    Robert Morris

  • News of the Prohibitory Act had an immediate impact on Congress.

    Robert Morris

  • Morris perused the documents in the chilly gloom of the countinghouse: among them was a printed copy of the Prohibitory Act, a new law passed by Parliament just before Christmas in retaliation for the warlike posture of the colonies.

    Robert Morris

  • The business of the Congress was suspended and the delegates sat with rapt attention while the letters and the text of the Prohibitory Act were read.

    Robert Morris

  • His only hope was the slim opening proffered in the Prohibitory Act—the peace commission.

    Robert Morris

  • His only hope was the slim opening proffered in the Prohibitory Act—the peace commission.

    Robert Morris

  • Prohibitory orders were clamped and at noon, Paramilitary forces staged flag marches in these areas.

    Darjeeling Statehood Movement Taking Ethnic Turn?

  • Prohibitory laws will be even more unavailing than in the case of ardent spirits.

    Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 097, January, 1876

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