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On this day in history, August 10, 1776, the Declaration of Independence reached London.

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On this day, August 10, 1776,the Declaration of Independencewas the most important and perhaps the most heroic challenge to the authority of human history, and the death of King George III in London. I heard it. 

On July 2, the day theFounding Fathersexpected the next generation to celebrate, the Second Continental Congress voted for independence. I threw 

This document was formally adopted on his Fourth of July, remembered in the United States as Independence Day.

The document arrived by ship from Philadelphia to London, some 3,500 miles across the Atlantic, and he had been just over five weeks since. 

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HISTORY The history of Britain is one of repeated injuries and robberies, all aimed directly at the establishment of absolute tyranny over these states.Time. 

Founding Fathers risked their lives to sign the Declaration — they were fully aware of that fact.

35} This undated engraving shows the scene on July 4, 1776, when the Declaration of Independence, drafted by Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Philip Livingston and Roger Sherman, was approved by the Continental Congress in Philadelphia. The words "all men are created equal" are invoked often but are difficult to define. 

This undated engraving shows scenes from July 4, 1776, with Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Philip Livingston, when the Declaration of Independence, drafted by Roger Sherman, was approved by the Continental Congress in Philadelphia The phrase "all men are created equal" is often used but defined by It Is difficult.  (AP Photo)

"We pledge to each other our lives, our destinies and our sacred honor," 56 The person undertaking said last. of the document, after which they listed their grievances against the king.

The ideals of the Manifesto have struck a chord in a world ruled since the dawn of time by magnates, tyrants, and unelected hereditary monarchs such as King George. 

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``All men are created equal'', that human rights come from God and not from others, and that governments derive power from ``the consent of the ruled'' That notion challenges everyone. For the first time in history, a world authority on not just the lazy philosopher's thoughts, but the actual actions. 

There is no known public record of how King George reacted the moment he heard a shocking rebuke to his authority.

Founding Father John Adams, center, enjoyed the profound pleasure of declaring independence from Great Britain in 1776, negotiating the Treaty of Paris, which secured American independence in 1783 and then serving as the new nation's first ambassador to Great Britain. This engraving shows the future American president as he greets King George III of England as U.S. ambassador to St. James's Court in 1785.

Founding Father John Adams (center) is deep He joyfully declared independence from Britain in 1776, negotiated the Treaty of Paris that secured America's independence in 1783, and later served as the first British ambassador to the new nation. This engraving shows the future US President greeting King George III of England as US Ambassador to St. James His Court in 1785.(Stock Montage/Getty Images)

{77 Such records may exist. The Georgian Paper Program was founded in 2016 by the order ofQueen Elizabeth II.

It contains some 350,000 pages worth of documents from the monarch kept in the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle for 200 years. Scholars are looking through a vast inventory. 

The Crown had already dispatched a large army to invade Brooklyn, which was successful in late August. But plans for that attack were prepared before the Declaration of Independence reached London.

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King's messengers, brothers Viscount Richard Howe and General William Howe issued a statement in response to the rebels on 19 September, which many historians see as the first official royal response to American outrage. I did.

Said the King might be willing to compromise if the rebels reaffirmed their loyalty to the Crown. 

American colonists toppled a statue of King George III on Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan on July 9, 1776. (Original Caption) 1857 — New York, NY: Statue of George III in New York City. Revolutionary War.

III of Bowling Green, Lower Manhattan on July 9, 1776, when American settlers knocked down the statue of King George . (original caption) 1857 — New York, New York: Statue of George III in New York City. revolutionary war. (William Walcutt (1819-1895); painted in 1857)

The rebels did not.

The King addressed the colonial rebels publicly for the first time in his address to Parliament on 31 October. 

"The spirit of those leaders whose aim was always rulership and power was so daring and desperate that now all loyalty to the Crown and all this country has openly renounced its political ties," the King told Parliament. 


Humiliation and insults, means of reconciliation were presented to them under the authority of our Commission, presumed to have set up a rebellious coalition for independent nations.

"The Declaration did not establish the independence of the American colonies," says the British Archive Britannica. 


A complete separation from, however, was irreversible once the declaration was adopted.”

Kelly J. Byrne is a lifestyle reporter for Fox News Digital.