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    • Ogden, John C.
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    • Washington, George
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More than ten years have elapsed, since from time to time, I have most respectfully and circumstantially, stated the doings of Calvinists in The United States, in their concerted endeavors to defeat that liberty, toleration and protection in religion, which our laws establish, and upon which our national honor, happiness and safety depend. The moderation, caution, prudence, polite & respectful...
In continuation of my determination during life to state to public characters by letters, and the country by publications, the tyranny over the consciences, and infringement upon the laws of religious protection and toleration, I have now the pleasure to inform you, that Judge Patterson, in a late adjudication has decided in favor of the claim of Episcopalians, to the church lands in Vermont....
It is painful to trouble a man whom I have so long revered with these letters—But Oliver Wolcott whom you honored with a place, has cast me into prison for a small sum due honestly to him. The suit is pushed for two causes—One to defeat my hopes and expectations of the place of collector of the customs in New Haven. He wishes to have it given to Eli⟨zur⟩ Goodrich—Brother to the member of...
It is with reluctance, that I trouble you, with a further detail of the outrages and unmilitary proceedings of the soldiery stationed in Litchfield. The malevo[l]ence of a party in that Town, who constantly circulate prejudices against your excellent fellow citizen Mr Jefferson and other invaluable statesmen, has given latitude to rancors and prejudices subversive of government, law, order,...