Definition of Henry, Patrick in English:

Henry, Patrick

Syllabification: Hen·ry, Patrick
Pronunciation: /ˈhenrē
 
/
( 1736–99), American revolutionary from Virginia. As a member of the Continental Congress 1774–76, he was noted as an orator. He is best remembered for an impassioned speech in which he urged the colonies into readiness with the statement “Give me liberty, or give me death.”.

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