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To the public. For the benefit of all honest men. Beware of pickpockets!   1792 1
To the public. Friends and fellow-citizens, In times of election the best characters are frequently most basely slandered, for the purposes of party ... / [electronic resource] :  1789 1
To the public. General prejudices will ever be productive of general calamities, which every honest man, from a principle of humanity, ...   1775? 1
To the public. Had the last editor of the plays of Shakespeare met with the assistance he had reason to expect from the public, in aid of his own great abilities, all further attempts at the illustration of that author, had been as unnecessary as vai   1766 1
To the public. Having already signed the association, recommended by the General Committee of New-York, voluntarily and freely ... I humbly intreat the pardon of those whom I have offended by any ill judged publications. / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. Having this morning been favoured with a publication of Mr. Alexander M'Donald's, by a friend, in which I find the transaction between him and me grossly misrepresented, and my character basely traduced; beg leave to offer the publ / [electronic resource] :  1769 1
To the public. Here is, I fear our unhappy and lamentable condition set forth in short, in a few verses, and some close considerations ... / [electronic resource] :  1764 1
To the public. However justifiable my resentment and indignation might be against Mr. Moore Furman ... / [electronic resource] :  1771 1
To the public. I congratulate my countrymen on the near and certain prospect of the repeal of the Stamp-Act ...   1765 1
To the public. I must confess I am not a little surprized at the disingenuous and ungentlemanlike manner in which Nicholas Tillinghast and Darius Sessions, Esqrs. have treated my character, in a piece published by them in the Providence gazette, of t / [electronic resource] :  1764 1
To the public. I should ill repay the general interest excited in every unbiassed mind by my unfortunate situation, were I at this distressing crisis of my oppressions, to withhold from the public enquiry any part of the consequences resulting from m   1792? 1
To the public. I the subscriber, Abraham H. Van Vleck, of the city of New-York, merchant, knowing that I have committed a most atrocious crime against my country, by contravening one of the recommendations of the Honourable Continental Congress, in s / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. I was sorry to observe in the Albany gazette, of the 20th instant, some publications calculated to excite the electors of the city and county of Albany, at the ensuing election ... / [electronic resource] :  1786 1
To the public in general, and to those that are afflicted in particular. : I here have Orders to make known, that Mr. Lelley, well known for curing the rheumatism above sixty years with the greatest Success, never known to fail of giving Ease in a fe   1787 1
To the public. In offering the annexed proposals to the patronage of our friends and the public, we cannot but lament the indiscretion of our late partner ... The partnership in which Mr. Graham was interested, is now dissolved, and the absolute righ / [electronic resource] :  1793 1
To the public. In the course of a few days I shall lay before you some very interesting facts and materials, by which you will be able to distinguish between those who serve you and those who seek to deceive you. ... / [electronic resource] :  1778 1
To the public. Injustice, under whatever form it makes it's appearance, ought to be detected and punished. But when the authority of an office is made use of to oppress the poor ... / [electronic resource] :  1763 1
To the public. : It affords a large portion of honest exultation, to every lover of his King and country, to view the numerous and noble gifts, for the families of those privates, who have fallen by the hands of the rebels--because too much cannot be   1798 1
To the public. It has often been observed with wonder and regret : that a very considerable part of the coast of Great Britain continues destitute of the blessings of art, industry, and independence, ...   1785? 1
To the public. It is a subject of general complaint in the country, that a daily paper from the city, with the postage, is too expensive for men in moderate circumstances; and that a great part of the expense is incurred for a useless and cumbers / [electronic resource] :  1794 1
To the public. It is dificult to account for the rancour which the weak and wicked John Ward Fenno displays against me ... / [electronic resource] :  1799 1
To the public. It is of infinite importance to every free people, that they should be accurately and speedily informed of the measures of government ... the editor of the proposed plan takes the liberty of observing that a paper established at Easton / [electronic resource] :  1789 1
To the public. It is painful necessity only which induces me to appear again before the public ... The object of my former numbers, was to inform the public of the impropriety of the gentlemen who dissolved the medical society of this town--it now re / [electronic resource] :  1790 1
To the public. It is with extreme pain I have discovered that the tongue of defamation has been busy with my reputation. ... / [electronic resource] :  1788 1
To the public. It may appear somewhat extraordinary to those who are not acquainted with all circumstances, that an enquiry should be made by the present House of Delegates, into Mr. Chase's conduct, when he was a member of Congress in the year 1778. / [electronic resource] :  1782 1
William Lloyd Garrison and the fight against slavery : selections from The Liberator / edited with an introduction by William E. Cain.  1995 1
To the public. Many citizens being desirous of seeing the motion, made in Committee, on the 6th instant, by Mr. Henry Remsen, it is now published for their consideration ... / [electronic resource] :  1775 1
To the public. Mr. Arthur Spencer, at present an inhabitant of Boston, formerly surgeon's mate of His Majesty's ship Glasgow, having behaved extremely ill on several occasions while he belonged to said ship, thought proper to make concessions in writ / [electronic resource] :  1773 1
To the public. Mr. Cox having now completed his plan : begs leave to give notice that tickets in the museum lottery are ready at one guinea each, ...   1773 1
To the public. Mr. Isaac Wikoff, in his address to his fellow citizens, has attempted to vindicate his conduct ... / [electronic resource] :  1771 1
To the public. My silence for some time past will no doubt excite the surprise of many, but when the true ground of my conduct on this occasion is disclosed, I shall feel secure in the approbation of the public. / [electronic resource] :  1790 1
To the public. New-York, August 13, 1771. As Doctor Chandler, and those of his brethren who have publickly espoused the romantic and pernicious project of importing a bishop into America ... / [electronic resource] :  1771 1
To the public. New-York, November 16th, 1774. We have had frequent intimations from England ... that there would be attempts made to bribe the printers of the public papers in America ... / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public. Notwithstanding the generous and pathetic confession, publicly made and signed before the committee of merchants, at the Coffee-House, by the unfortunate violaters of the non-importation agreement ... / [electronic resource] :  1770 1
To the public. November 9, 1768. Mr. Wolstenholme having, in his hand-bill this day, vindicated his conduct in relation to the part he acted during the rencounter between Mr. Dulany and me on Sunday, I am well satisfied that it appears in a different / [electronic resource] :  1768 1
To the public of Charleston.   1822 1
To the public. On the 17th day of May, 1781, the following plan was submitted to the consideration of the United States in Congress assembled: Plan for establishing a national bank, for the United States. / [electronic resource] :  1781 1
To the public. Philadelphia, Feb 5, 1799. / Carey, Mathew, 1760-1839.  1799 1
To the public. Philadelphia, Feb. 5, 1799. It is difficult to express how painful it is to be forced so frequently to trespass on the public attention. ...   2
To the public. Philadelphia gaol, the 12th of the 10th month, 1772. Whereas divers malicious, malignant, unjust and false reports have been spread, in respect to my conduct in trade, the payment of my just debts, and securing the titles of my land .. / [electronic resource] :  1772 1
To the public. Philadelphia, November 14, 1796. The hoary-headed Benjamin Davies, tottering into his grave, has obliged me, however reluctantly, to trespass on the attention of my fellow-citizens, and request a candid hearing for a few minutes. / [electronic resource] :  1796 1
To the public. Philadelphia, September 29, 1764. Upon perusing Mr. Dickinson's reply to my speech, lately published, I find therein asserted, that I have been "hardy enough to obtrude on the public a pretended speech, of which I never spoke one s / [electronic resource] :  1764 1
To the public. Proposals for publishing a new periodical work... The library: or moral and critical magazine. ....   1761 1
To the public. Some remarks on the proceedings of the late Convention: with a few observations on our present government: all which are humbly submitted.   2
To the public. Stop him! Stop him! Stop him! In this day of trial--at this great and important period--when our lives liberties, and estates; nay, when our very religion and all that is, or can be, dear to us, as freemen, are at stake: we cannot / [electronic resource] :  1774 1
To the public. That a certain number of gentlemen musicians : in this city, having agreed with West Digges, manager of the concert hall in the Canongate, to perform a concert ...   1758 1
To the public. That Great Britain will one day fall, and that glorious constitution which is the envy of the world, crumble into ruin, by the influence of corruption in elections, no body seems to doubt. ...   2
To the public. That justice, which every person owes to his character, and reputation, on the unspottedness of which his public usefulness is greatly dependant, and with which his peace and satisfaction of mind are intimately connected, superadded to / [electronic resource] :  1779 1
To the public. The advertisement, calling the freeholders and inhabitants of this city and county together ... / [electronic resource] :  1770 1
To the public. The author of the letter to Mr. Faulkner, of the 18th instant, signed A.B. relative to the girl in the hospital, thinks himself (by that letter and also by the letter in Mr. Sanders' on Monday being called upon to produce proofs relati   1762 1
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