An Imaginary Speech

To the Printer of the Public Advertiser. SIR, In a late Debate, a certain North British Colonel thought proper to recommend himself to the Court, by grossly abusing the Americans. I send you the Answer I should have made to him had I been present when he uttered his Invective, and I rely upon it, …

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A Dialogue Between Britain, France, Spain, Holland, Saxony, and America

Britain Sister of Spain, I have a Favour to ask of you. My Subjects in America are disobedient, and I am about to chastize them. I beg you will not furnish them with any Arms or Ammunition. Spain Have you forgotten, then, that when my Subjects in the Low Countries rebelled against me, you not …

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