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To illustrate his argument on the Consequences of American Independence, the Writer subjoins, a...
Let us proceed with our cool meditations. The author says, “Another argument much relied on by...
The American Refugees, in England, are so great an obstacle in the way of peace, that it seems...
The Cool Thoughts go on. “Timber of every kind, iron, salt-petre, tar, pitch, turpentine, and...
The writer, on the consequences of American Independence says that “France has long struggled to...
IF “we receive from the West India Islands certain commodities necessary to manufactures,” as the...
An uniformity of laws and religion, united with a subordination to the same supreme authority,...
The writer on the consequences of American independency proceeds, “It has been asserted, that...
The Writer on the Consequences of American Independence adds, “the British Islands in the West...
Every American will agree with the writer on the consequence of American Independence, that the...