A Letter from the Hon. Timothy Pickering, a Senator of the United States, from the State of Massachusetts, Exhibiting to His Constituents, a View of the Imminent Danger, of an Unnecessary and Ruinous War. Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan, Governor of the Said State. To which is Added, Governor Sullivan's Answer
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