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Tho probabelly you know nothing of me or of the disorders of the County of Wood in which I...
The Calamity of war seems to threaten our happy country, dreadful as its consequences are, The...
The despirate Situation Britain, by her depravity is Placed in; and the spirit of despiration now...
The more overbearing and more attrocious a Vice is, the more conspicious is virtue displaied by...
In the Senate yesterday I saw a message delivered from the President of the United States and...
That concord may be Preserved amongst the Republicans I do sencearly wish, & I wish you Success...
It seems to me that active means, at this time, are necessary on our Parts for defence on everry...
A Bill now before this assembly, for to Procure a Law, to Permit any virginian to Purchase and...
Having been informed that a Bill has passd Both Houses of Congress and now lacks nothing but the...