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Letter from James Win. Payne to Robert Benson: Wishes a recommendation from Members of the Convention to General Washington
"A Soldier" on the Employment of Indians in America
"A Soldier" to the Independent Sons of America
"A Soldier" to the Independent Sons of America: So sure as the rising san will reach its meridian, so sure will the rising States of America (unless they fail in their duty) reach the summit of human glory
"A Virginian," approving the conduct of Lord Dunmore (Note)
"Act for the better preservation of the Peace of Virginia, and preventing Unlawful and Treasonable Associations," passed by the Assembly of Virginia, on the 16th of April, 1684, presented, (Note)
"An American" to the Inhabitants of New-York. Outrages of the British Troops on the 19th of April. Both the King and Ministry are determined, at all hazards, to destroy American liberty. There is nothing now left for us but to appeal to God, and use
"Appius" to the Printer of the London Chronicle: Some of the late proceedings of the Americans have convinced him that their opposition is not dictated by true patriotism, but by a spirit of tyranny and despotism
"Demophilus" to the People of Pennsylvania, on the Proclamation of Lord and General Howe
"Join or Die!" An Appeal to the People to unite in resisting the Parliament, and supporting Boston
"Lucius" on the treatment the Colonies have received from Great Britain. Their patience and forbearance under all their wrongs. Their conduct defended and their resistance justified
"Memento" to Lord North
"P. W." on Monopolizers
"Perseverance" on the probability of succeeding in the war
"Philo-Alethias" on the present state of America
"Regulus" to the King, on his Answer to the Address of the City of London
"Scipio" to the Freemen of Pennsylvania on the conduct of the late Convention
"Speculator" on County Conventions and Committees
"Sydney" to the Soldiers and Seamen serving in the British Fleet and Army in America
"Virginius" to Lord Dimmore. An Indian war inevitable. Urges the Governour to make provision for the security of the frontier inhabitants. and be ready to meet the Indians (Note)

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