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Thomas Mifflin
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Sir, In the present state of our national affairs, relatively to the belligerent powers of Europe

I think it my duty to call the attention of the officers of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the prospect of such events, as cannot fail to interest the patriotism of every good citizen ..

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Sir, In the present state of our national affairs, relatively to the belligerent powers of Europe

I think it my duty to call the attention of the officers of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the prospect of such events, as cannot fail to interest the patriotism of every good citizen ..

This edition was published in by s.n. in [Philadelphia.


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Circular letter in response to the Whiskey Rebellion, calling for obedience to the laws of government. Signed and dated: Your most obed. serv. [blank] Philadelphia, [blank] 1794.

Signed in ms. by Thomas Mifflin, governor of Pennsylvania at this time.

Printed in script typeface.

Signatures: [A]℗ø ([A]2 blank)

Evans 27487.

Microfiche. [New York : Readex Microprint, 1985] 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints. First series ; no. 27487)

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Early American imprints -- no. 27487.

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