An Oration Delivered in St. Paul's Church on the Fourth of July, 1800: Being the Twenty-fourth Anniversary of Our Independence : Before the General Society of Mechanics & Tradesmen, Tammany Society Or Columbian Order and Other Associations and Citizens
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