Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff of The West Sussex Record Office London England " They Lied": “The Sussex Declaration” I broke the code today, this Document dubbed, “The Sussex Declaration” had a secret message.
The message was, within our Declaration of Independence Of the United States of America, was this, a bitter complaint against the British Empire because of the United States Constitution, wrote in a clause, That all Debits Foreign Or Domestic Shall be Paid, further binding the New America to a Debit to fight the British Empire, a debit / loan arrange by Parliament.
It should also be noted that Professor Danielle Allen Emily Sneff, failed to release the information that Ben Franklin signed the Document.
First the code which is no more then a way, they wrote back around 1200Ad 1700's. This "Cengiefs" , has been investagated. Its all very British.
In red is the definition.....
Titled as- TR "Cengiefs"
The Declaration Of The Thirteen States Of America
TR Cengiefs , which meaning- Cengiefs is willing to hope that the patriotiftri and goad fenfe of your ftate will be influenced \sy motives fo important, and they re- queft, fir, that you will be pleafed
Journals of Congress : Containing the proceedings from Sept. 5, 1774 to [3d day of November 1788] ..."
Cengiefs- Is Willing To Hope
patriotiftri- Patriot- na caout avious ar reo deus recevet avantaich ; maes Quent e tle admira ha meuliar vadelez infinit gant peinie tiftri*a buit ho cragou gant quement a liberalite, Grant Me Liberty- 1774
fenfe- However, I hope, you who have as much good-nature as good fenfe (fmce they generally ... J Good nature and goad fenfe generally are companions, many at hand to corrupt him; who, by throwing in his way the fptendor of fat ft honor, think them) elves JUre of dazzling his goad fenfe and under/landing
ftate- piece of conducting matter, whether infulated or not, which is in the lame ftate, is brought near it, the light piece of matter will neither attract nor be attracted. ftate. Mr. Franklin, And therefore it is lawful for me to treat him, as one who has put himfelfinto a ftate of War with me, ». t. kill him if I can -, for to that Ha- -zard does he juftly expofe ...
\sy motives- that these parties are influenced in regard to American questions by motives, the tactful woman knew well how to use as a source of permanent influence. ... ne faisoit pasi la moindre plaisanterie qui p(\t choquer, et elle savoit si bien el' ... be her quality, and “watchi' prudence” rather than ambition her motive of action.
re- queft, fir- Define request: an act of politely or formally asking for something — request in a sentence.
pleafed- In the following year he was chofen Prpfeflbr of Rhetoric by the Magiftrates and Town-council of Edinburgh; and, in 1762, His Majefty was pleafed to eredl and ... It was for this Reason that I then befought your Majesty to command us once more to attend Tou all together, which your Majesty was pleafed graciously to allow ...
Now as for Ben Franklin's signature, there are many original copies displayed
The document is the very first draft, it was hidden away for almost 200 years because, it Challenges the British Empire, in our rights to build our own government.
Treaty of Paris (1783), by the French, do they still wear panties under them Royalty Skirts???
No but I bet they walked a little lite in their loafers.
First, the Treaty of Paris ... involved several nations not just the US... it was held in Paris and thus its name... nothing else required it to be hled in Paris. There were in fact 3 treaties signed in Paris and 1 more signed latter... I'll let you guess who were involved... it may require you to research history...from several sources.
Excuse me, The Definitive Treaty of Peace.
BTW what happened to these claims that were just a few of the many.
And we do likewise, for Us, Our Heirs, and Successors, by these Presents, GRANT and agree, that the said Thomas Hanham, and Ralegh Gilbert, William Parker, and George Popham, and all others of the Town of Plimouth in the County of Devon, or elsewhere which are, or shall be, joined unto them of that Colony,
Who were these guys?
And moreover, we do GRANT and agree, for Us, our Heirs and Successors; that that the said several Councils of and for the said several Colonies, shall and lawfully may, by Virtue hereof, from time to time, without any Interruption of Us, our Heirs or Successors, give and take Order, to dig, mine, and search for all Manner of Mines of Gold, Silver, and Copper, as well within any Part of their said several Colonies, as of the said main Lands on the Backside of the same Colonies; And to HAVE and enjoy the Gold, Silver, and Copper, to be gotten thereof, to the Use and Behoof of the same Colonies, and the Plantations thereof; YIELDING therefore to Us, our Heirs and Successors, the fifth Part only of all the same Gold and Silver, and the fifteenth Part of all the same Copper, so to be gotten or had, as is aforesaid, without any other Manner of Profit or Account, to be given or yielded to Us, our Heirs, or Successors, for or in Respect of the same:
What document cancelled these claims by the King or Ben Frankenstein.
Also, consider words mean everything and the lack of them can mean more because of what didn't happen for We the People.. Are not Treaties and business claims to be contracts that are binding unless another contract is written speaking to claims made null and void?
The proper question is WHAT DOCUMENT GAVE THE KING AND HIS HEIRS ANY AUTHORITY TO TAKE FEES ON MINES IN THE US OF A... none. What are you posting ... give us a link to the authority for such a treaty as it is not part of the Treaty of Paris (1783)
For the text of the Treaty of Paris 1783 see:
First Virginia Charter and because the King said so. I don't post links any more.
Adding to this we should consider what GW did with the war power Act The First Bank of the United States was not at all owned by the Congress but was privately controlled by the British Board of Trade stockholders.
The Bank, if begun in France, would be called the First Bank of France. Do not let the terminology fool you into thinking that it was a Bank created by Congress. The ownership was foreign. The "foreigners," noted
as Stockholders, were many Americans and therefore, foreigners to the international banking industry. Most of these foreign bankers came from England. Chief Justice John Marshal held the second highest shares in this bank. The documents I have, show that Marshall was considered a "foreign stockholder." He was foreign because the bank was a foreign concern operating within America. Marshall, being a United States citizen, was a foreign Stockholder.
And just when I thought you would comment on the way they wrote, silly me...:)
Maybe you can explain why England waged war with us in 1812... burning our Captial down and raiding our coasts... If King George was still Arch-Treasurer of America and Prince Elector ... why the hostilities.
By the way .. .being Prince Elector means he must appoint all positions of power. When did He ever do that after the Revolutionary War? We have no evidence of any direct authority of the KIng functioning in America after the Revolutionary War but we have lots of evidence to the contrary.
The "Definitive Treaty of Peace" was between who did the Col say.
Don't let your mind get too busy. George Washington had already implement the War Power$ Act to settle with his King in 1791. So the King was doing just fine. That title and status of Arch-Treasurer was not changed. If it was show me that doc because the Queen now has oversight of our Social Security and other countries as well.
On that day in 1814, British troops enter Washington, D.C. to arrest Madison and burn the White House in retaliation for the American revolutionist attack on the city of York in Ontario, Canada.
When the British arrived at the White House, they found that President James Madison and his first lady Dolley had already fled to safety in Maryland, probably FT. McHenry. Soldiers reportedly sat down to eat a meal made of leftover food from the White House scullery using White House dishes and silver before ransacking the presidential mansion and setting it ablaze.
The question to ask is why did Madison attack Canada. Read up it was a blunder. An effort to end the British in the New World, and vast new landholdings for the US. American tactics, wanted to create a division of its forces into segments at Detroit, Niagara, and Lake Champlain for a easy win. Didn't happen did it. Canada has the image of the Queen on their money.