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On hearing the noise, one Samuel Atwood came up to see what was the matter . . and when the boys had dispersed he met the ten or twelve soldiers . . one of them struck Mr. Atwood . . a party of men with charged bayonets, came from the main guard to the commissioner’s house, the soldiers pushing their bayonets, crying, make way! . One soldier then fired, and a townsman with a cudgel struck him over the hands . . However, the soldiers continued the fire successively till seven or eight or, as some say, eleven guns were discharged.

I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty or give me death! —Patrick Henry, March 23, 1775 Tip: Read the quotation carefully. Think about what it says. Read each question. Look for key words and phrases in the question that will help you find the answer in the quotation. Then read all the answer choices before you choose an answer. 1 Why did Patrick Henry most likely give this speech? A to ask colonists to vote for him for President B to convince the colonists to fight British control C to encourage British troops to leave peacefully D to entertain colonial government representatives 2 What does “see the same subject in different lights” mean?

C They passed the Currency Act. D They refused to house British soldiers. indd 50 6 Why were the Sons of Liberty formed? A to protect the colonies from the French B to close American ports C to protest the Stamp Act D to respond to the Boston Massacre 7 Which American Patriot said, “Give me liberty or give me death”? A Samuel Adams B Patrick Henry C George Washington D Nathan Hale 8 What did The Committee of Correspondence do? A It settled disputes between two countries over land ownership. B It kept colonists informed of British actions against the colonies.

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