1744, Feb 231775, Apr 26
an American lawyer and patriot. He was a principal spokesman for the Sons of Liberty in Boston prior to the Revolution and was John Adams[2]' co-counsel during the trials of Captain Thomas Preston and the soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre. In 1763, he graduated Harvard, and began studying law. A gifted orator, in 1766 he delivered an impassioned address "on liberty," or as others would recall it, on the meaning of being "a patriot," at Harvard's commencement upon receiving his Masters. The speech caught the attention of Boston's patriot leadership, and by 1767, he was contributing regularly to Samuel Adams' Boston Gazette.
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