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RISE, PROGRESS, AND ESTABLISHMENT
United States of America;
AN ACCOUNT OF THE LATE WAR,
FROM THEIR ORIGIN TO THAT PERIOD.
By WILLIAM GORDON, D. D.
Qiud verum*** euro, et rogo et omnis in hoc sum.
Horat. i Ep. I Lib.
THE THIRD AMERICAN EDITION.
N E W - Y O R K:
PRINTED FOR SAMUEL CAMPBELL, NO. 124, PEARL-STREET,
OF THE SEVERAL LETTERS IN VOL. II,
New-Hampshire convention take up civil government, p. TI.
Letter- IT. P. 42—Bti-
The general voice of the Europeans rather favorable to the
The blockade of Quebec continued, p. 62. The Americans-
Lord Howe arrives off Staten-Island, and sends a letter to
Some members of congress have a conference with lord;
The infatuation of the enemy saved the Americans when they