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United States Congress 1796-1797)
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- Porcupine's political censor, for December, 1796 Containing, remarks on the debates in Congress, particularly on the timidity of the language held towards France. : Also, a letter to the infamous Tom Paine, in answer to his brutal attack on the federal Constitution, and on the conduct and character of General Washington by William Cobbett( )