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1 Adams, John XI. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 11 … 1780-07-14 To illustrate his argument on the Consequences of American Independence, the Writer subjoins, a...
2 Adams, John VIII. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 10 … 1780-07-14 Let us proceed with our cool meditations. The author says, “Another argument much relied on by...
3 Adams, John VII. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 9, 5 … 1780-07-14 The American Refugees, in England, are so great an obstacle in the way of peace, that it seems...
4 Adams, John VI. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 8, 4 … 1780-07-14 The Cool Thoughts go on. “Timber of every kind, iron, salt-petre, tar, pitch, turpentine, and...
5 Adams, John IV. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 7, 3 … 1780-07-14 The writer, on the consequences of American Independence says that “France has long struggled to...
6 Adams, John V. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 6, 2 … 1780-07-14 IF “we receive from the West India Islands certain commodities necessary to manufactures,” as the...
7 Adams, John IX. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 5, 1 … 1780-07-14 An uniformity of laws and religion, united with a subordination to the same supreme authority,...
8 Adams, John X. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 4, 30 … 1780-07-14 The writer on the consequences of American independency proceeds, “It has been asserted, that...
9 Adams, John III. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 3, 29 … 1780-07-14 The Writer on the Consequences of American Independence adds, “the British Islands in the West...
10 Adams, John II. “Letters from a Distinguished American,” No. 2, 14 … 1780-07-14 Every American will agree with the writer on the consequence of American Independence, that the...