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The circular enclosed regards a subject which has several times within forty years past been bro’t before the public I have taken the liberty to transmit this paper to you, with a few lines on the same subject Government being a contrivance of human Wisdom, to provide for human Wants permit me to ask will a separate state Governt. for Maine enable its Inhabitants the better to provide for...
“Union Society” in this Town, composed of our most respectable Young Men. Incorporated by An Act of the Legislature; have Established an Atheneum which promises to be of great public Utility,—by their own exertions, & the Assistance of their friends. the Society have already a considerable Collection of Valuable Books, Journals, pamphlets & Maps,—strong hopes are indulged, that this Atheneum...
In your Obliging Letter to me, under date of the 24th. January 1820, you wisely observed that Maine “had avoided Several Errors in the Constitution of Massts:, and that it might have avoided Some others” I sincerely hope & expect that Massts: will avail herself of the present favorable opp’y to repair her constitution, The convention now in Session will, no doubt make an able Report to their...