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I have heretofore intimated my intention, of pursuing the Tories, through all their dark...
Massachusettensis, whose pen can wheedle with the tongue of king Richard the third, in his first...
Such events as the resistance to the stamp act, and to the tea act, particularly the destruction...
Massachusettensis, in some of his writings has advanced, that our allegiance is due to the...
It has been often observed by me, and it cannot be too often repeated, that Colonization is Casus...
The cases of Wales and Ireland are not yet exhausted. They afford such irrefragable proofs, that...
Another Clause in the Charter, quoted by this Writer, contains the Power “to make Laws and...
A Writer, under the signature of Massachusettensis, has addressed you, in a series of papers, on...
The history of the Tories, begun in my last, will be interrupted for some time: but it shall be...
We are at length arrived at the paper, on which I made a few strictures, some weeks ago: these I...
Wales was a little portion of the island of Great-Britain, which the Saxons were never able to...
Our rhetorical magician, in his paper of January the 9th continues to wheedle. “You want nothing...
Give me leave now to descend from these general matters, to Massachusettensis. He says “Ireland...
We now come to Jersey and Guernsey, which Massachusettensis says “are no part of the realm of...