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Who said, " I told the Second Continental Congress that the 13 colonies no longer owed any loyalty to the British king."?
Richard Henry Lee said " I told the Second Continental Congress that the 13 colonies no longer owed any loyalty to the British king."
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User: Who said, " I told the Second Continental Congress that the 13 colonies no longer owed any loyalty to the British king."?





Weegy: Richard Henry Lee said " I told the Second Continental Congress that the 13 colonies no longer owed any loyalty to the British king."
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User: Who said, "I was the president of the Second Continental Congress and the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence." ?

Weegy: John Hancock is the man that said "I was the president of the Second Continental Congress and the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence."
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User: Who said, "I was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence." ?

Weegy: Thomas Jefferson said "I was the main writer of the Declaration of Independence."
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User: Who said, "I thought that Americans should always celebrate Independence Day." ?

Weegy: John Adams said "I thought that Americans should always celebrate Independence Day."
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User: Who said, "I wrote Common Sense, which said that people should rule themselves." ?

Weegy: Thomas Paine said I wrote Common Sense, which said that people should rule themselves."
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User: Who said, "I headed the committee that wrote the Articles of Confederation." ?

Weegy: John Dickinson said "I headed the committee that wrote the Articles of Confederation."
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User: Thank you very much!

Weegy: you are very welcome!
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