Silence Dogood, the Busy-Body, and Early Writings: Boston and London, 1722-1726, Philadelphia, 1726-1757, London, 1757-1775
A selection of writings from the philosopher, statesman, scientist, and civic leader includes articles, satires, essays, personal correspondence, letters to the press, and pamphlets.
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Hugo Grim on Silence Dogood December 31722
On Titles of Honour February 18 17223
Abigail Twitterfield July 8 1723
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