Natural rights and natural ties : Britons in New York City -- "Uncommon phrenzy" : rebel usurpation, 1774-1776 -- "Quicken others by our example" : New Yorkers welcome the British -- "Lord pity this poor country" : loyalist resilience -- "Diversity of sentiments on the future conduct of the war" : loyalist clamor -- "A certificate of their necessity" : a mix of refugees and rules -- "The die had been cast" : loyalist divisions -- "Look yo Tory crew, and see what George your king can do" : loyalists unprotected -- Conclusion : loyalist patriotism exceeds loyalist power.
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