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“Homespun” Celebrates Indian Corn

To the PRINTER. VINDEX PATRIAE, a writer in your paper, comforts himself, and the India Company, with the fancy, that the Americans, should they resolve to drink no more tea, can by no means keep that resolution, their Indian corn not affording “an agreeable, or easy digestible breakfast.” Pray let me, an American, inform the…

On the Prospects of War in America

To the Printer of the Public Advertiser. SIR, PACIFICUS, in your Paper of Friday last, tells us, that the Inhabitants of New England are “descended from the Stiff-Rumps in Oliver’s Time;” and he accounts for their being “so tenacious of what they call their Rights and Liberties,” from the “independent Principles handed down to them…