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The great Character he hath heard of you, induces a private Man to offer to your Consideration...
I find the People this Way, under very disagreable Apprehensions, about Paper Currency. The...
I think it is Montesqueiu, who, Somewhere observes, that the English of Charles’s days were...
We are now very near the Month of May, and the Enemy, are in the Midst of Us. They have an Army,...
I expect to return to Europe, very soon, and should be very happy to carry with me such...
Governor Pownal, on the 24 of May in the House of Commons, made a Motion for Leave to bring in a...
Mr John Adams, to whom the printed Paper herewith enclosed, is directed, certifies that he has...