What Would Satisfy the Americans?

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name Doctor Franklin, being in England in the Year 1775 was asked by a Nobleman, what would satisfy the Americans? Answered, That it might easily be comprised in a few Re’s Which …

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Account of the Devices on the Continental Bills of Credit

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name To the Printers of the PENNSYLVANIA GAZETTE. GENTLEMEN, No Explanation of the Devices on the Continental Bills of Credit having yet appeared, I send you the following Account of them, with …

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Resolutions on Trade Submitted to Congress

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name Resolved, That from and after the 20th of July 1776 being one full Year after the Day appointed by a late Act of the Parliament of Great Britain for restraining the …

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Proposed Articles of Confederation

Help me bring America back to God & God’s Law! ★★★★ ENLIST HERE ★★★★* indicates required Email Address * First Name * Last Name Articles of Confederation and perpetual Union, entred into by the Delegates of the several Colonies of New Hampshire &c. in general Congress met at Philadelphia, May 10. 1775. Art. I. The …

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A Proposed Memorial to Lord Dartmouth

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