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relative to American Foode.
$ 2. propounded to Mr Allorney was, on s 15. Geo.3.
Whelber a Man born in Britain is capsar and by what means of becoming a Subje of the United States.
To the affect of being qualified to own, command, or navigate Américan Ship, importing Tobacco, or other Américare Commodities?
Very different questions may inconsequence of the Independemed of América. But if dunderstand the present
Question", it is, whether a man com in Great Britain, and not resident in America at the time of her Independence being granted, can makes himself a subject of America "Sam of Opinion that he can not and that he is; notwithstanding bich Residence in America, a British Subject, and consequently cannd command an American Vessel in a C British Post-Accord g to the Act of
be American built – owned by Ameni Subject - and at least three fourths of the Grew American
on failure of these requisites _ the Vissel is forfeited.
TO WHICH ARE NOW ADDED, THE
THE WHOLE ARRANGED, WITH A
PREFACE AND DEDICATION,
By the Rev. WILLIAM JACKSON. Bp.xford
Printed for J. STOCKDALE, in Piccadilly. 183.
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