3 edition of To the worthy inhabitants of New-York. found in the catalog.
To the worthy inhabitants of New-York.
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[John Vardill]. To the worthy inhabitants of New-York: My dear friends, and fellow citizens, You have lately been addressed by a writer, under the signature of Poplicola, whose abilities appear to me, to be much greater than either his integrity, or regard to truth.
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