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In treating on this part of the subject, it is not a very easy task, wholly to avoid that collision of opinions which is inseparable from free governments, and which constitutes so great a part in the annals of United America. This, however difficult, the writer has endeavoured to avoid, confining himself, as much as possible, to a history of facts, and to those only that are of a national concern. His principal object has been to present his readers with a comprehensive view of the whore, without any respect to the politics of a single state or party; and to excite, if possible, a zeal for the general welfare and honour of our common country....How far he has succeeded in this, as well as other parts of the work, must be left to the candid reader; to whom it is now very respectfully submitted.
OF THE FIRST VOLUME.
Sails for Honduras, Yucatan, &c. .
Account of Pizarro . . . . . . ;
on of Mexico
n' OF THE SECOND VOLUME
488embly of New York oppose an Act of Parliament
The First Congress meet at Philadelphia . .
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Capture of Burgoyne at Saratoga . .