1st. The first part contains many interesting particulars of the revolutionary
war, with a brief view of what the illustrious Washington, and our fathers
went through during a seven years' war, in order to obtain the independence
of one of the greatest republican nations, that ever to this day presented
itself to the view of the world,
2d. A handsome copy of the Declaration of Independence, divided into thirty
specifications, with the signers' names of each state, .
3d. The Constitution of the United States, with its Amendments, signed by
George Washington, president of the convention of ten out of the thirteen
4th. A statistical view of the grand Federal Procession, in Philadelphia, July
4, 1788, on near one hundred stages, placed on wheels drawn by horses,
with shops exhibiti all the arts, sciences, manufactures, and other callings
of the city of independence, most of them in full operation as they perambu-
lated the streets of the city, .