An oration, delivered in St. Philip's church, before the inhabitants of Charleston, South-Carolina, on Wednesday, the fourth of July, 1804: In commemoration of American independence. By appointment of the American Revolution Society. And pub. at the request of that society: and also of the South Carolina State Society of the Cincinnati
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