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From the Time, of the Arrival of my Commission, I have been constantly employed in forming...
It is my Duty to transmit to Congress, as soon as Prudence will admit, every Thing which deserves...
The Province of Zealand having been opposed to the other Provinces in so many Instances and...
The Errand of Mr. Cumberland to Madrid, is a mere finesse of the British Ministry, intended to...
Late Letters from Dantzick, imply that Commerce was become very languishing there, for Some time,...
It will scarcely be believed in Congress, that at a Time when there are the strongest Appearances...
The answer from Petersbourg, as it is given to the Public, is this. Her Majesty, the Empress of...
It is of Importance to the People of America to observe how much lighter their own Burthens are...
The day before yesterday, Mr. Dana arrived here from Paris with the dispatches which came by Mr....
It seems to be now certain, that Some of Mr. Laurens Papers were taken with him. There have been...