Porcupine's Works;: Selections from Porcupine's gazette (from July, 1799, to January, 1800) ; A concise and comprehensive history of Prince Suworrow's campaign in Italy, in 1799 ; The American rush-light : Nos. 1-V ...continued: ... v. XII. Historical documents and remarks (from December, 1799 to March, 1801) ; Trial of Cooper ; Emigration Society ; Washington's death ; Proceedings in Congress during the session which began December, 1799 ; Board of Commissioners ; Defence of the Quakers of Pennsylvania ; Farewell advertisement ; Prison eclogue ; Republican morality ; Jefferson's election ; Adam's public conduct ; Jefferson's character ; Convention concluded between America and France, in 1800 ; Proceedings in Congress during the session which ended in March, 1801 ; Index (Google eBook)

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