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WORKS;

CONTAINING VARIOUS

WRITINGS AND SELECTIONS,

EXHIBITING A PAITHFUL PICTURE

or the
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;

OF THEIR
GOVERNMENTS, LAWS, POLITICS, AND RESOURCES ;

OF THE CHARACTERS OF THEIR
PRESIDENTS, GOVERNORS, LEGISLATORS, MAGIS.
TRATES, AND MILITARY MEN;

AND OF THE
CUSTOMS, MANNERS, MORALS, RELIGION, VIRTUES

AND VICES
OF THE PEOPLE:

COMPRISING ALSO
A COMPLETE SERIES OF HISTORICAL DOCUMENTS

AND REMARKS,
. FROM THE END OF THE WAR, IN 1983,

TO THE
ELECTION OF THE PRESIDENT, IN MARCH, 1801.

BY WILLIAM COBBETT.

IN TWELVE VOLUMES.
(A Volume to be added annually.)
VOL. U. VI

VII-VIII

LONDON:
PRINTED FOR COBBETT AND MORGAN, AT THI CROWN

AND MITRE, PALL MALL.

MAY, 1801.

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WEDNESDAY, 1616 AUGUST. REPUBLICAN Lies. The following paragraphs are extracted from Noah Webster's paper of the 14th inft.

We have it in our power to lay before the public the following important particulars : A gentleman from Ireland received a letter on Thursday evening from his connexions there, fiating the dissensions in that country as having risen to a moft alarming pitch : that the Duke of Leinster had enclosed his titular badge under cover to the King, acquainted his Majesty he could no longer consent to wear as an infignia of rank and honour, that which had become a mark of disgrace, and that he wished only to be known as an United Irishman : that the Poftmaster General of Ireland has resigned his office, worth at least 3000l. fierling per annum, declaring he could no longer reconcile to himself holding an office under the present order of things, and that he is also an United Irishman : that the city of Dub. lin has proclaimed itself for the united party, and declares any attempts of the Government to coerce them, will produce open rebellion. The letter is

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