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relative to American Foode.

$ 2. propounded to Mr Allorney was, on s 15. Geo.3.

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Whelber a Man born in Britain is capsar and by what means of becoming a Subje of the United States.

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To the affect of being qualified to own, command, or navigate Américan Ship, importing Tobacco, or other Américare Commodities?

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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

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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.

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CONTENT S

EDICATION ·

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Preface
American State Papers; including
Declaration of Rights
Non-Importation Agreement
Laft Petition to the King

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ibid.

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Declaration of Independence
Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union be-
tween the States of New-Hampshire, Massachu-
Setts-Bay, Rhode-Island and Providence Planta-
tions, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey,
Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia,
North-Carolina, South-Carolina, and Georgia
Conftitution of New-Hampshire

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Conftitution of Massachusetts-Bay
Charter of Rhode-Island
Conftitution of Connecticut
Conftitution of New-York
Conftitution of New-Jersey
Conftitution of Pennsylvania

Conftitution of Delaware
Conftitution of Maryland
Conftitution of Virginia

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