In Burgundy and in the southern towns they planted the liberty tree; that is to say, a pole surmounted by a red cap.
On the appointed day, a large flag was hung out at liberty tree.
Finally, still breathing, he was nailed to the liberty tree.
The most famous of these trees of patriotism was the liberty tree of Boston.
The corpse was set down under 'liberty tree' whence the procession began.
Perhaps the harshest assault on provincial sentiment had been made in summer, when during August liberty tree was felled.
Robert made his way to the liberty tree at the hour appointed.
The people made great rejoicings, but took care to keep liberty tree well pruned and free from caterpillars and canker-worms.
The liberals, on the other hand, were indignant that they could not use it as a liberty tree and as a barricade.
You may well judge that none of us ever entertained the least thoughts of obeying the summons sent us to attend at liberty tree.