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It has been a general maxim with me, to leave the evidence of my conduct and character to answer the calumnies which party spirit is so incessantly busied in heaping upon me; nor should I have deviated from this course in the present instance, had it not been, that the names of three citizens of political and personal importance in the community appeared to give sanction to the slander. But...
I have seen in your paper of 27th June past, the advertisement of a new publication, being No. V of the History of the United States for 1796, and containing these paragraphs: “This number likewise contains some singular and authentic papers relative to Mr. Alexander Hamilton, late Secretary of the Treasury. No greater proof can be given of the value which is attached to their suppression than...
In Porcupines Gazatte of yesterday a letter Addressed to Mr Luther Martin by Frances Corbin, declares that on the Subject of Mr Martins charge against Mr Jefferson, he and the public are Satisfied; and that Mr Jefferson will be bound to render Satisfaction &c. I am of opinion that Mr Corbin has too hastily found himself Satisfied. I am a resident of the Ohio Country and have been Conversant in...
On 16 November 1797 the Philadelphia Aurora General Advertiser printed the following squib: “His serene highness of Braintree made an anti-climax on his journey from his dukedom. Boston made the cap of the climax, Philadelphia its tail. On another occasion it would be safer and wiser to make no further attempts at forcing respect; for it sits aukwardly upon men, that from respect it...