Context

Context of Large additions to Common sense; : addressed to the inhabitants of America, on several important subjects. : Being divided into eleven parts. (See contents, in Vol. I. p. ii.) The principal part of these additions were wrote by an English gentleman, the same ingenious author who wrote the first volume of Common sense. : Vol. II. : These interesting additions are esteemed highly necessary to be preserved, as a sacred repository of freedom, in every family who are well-wishers to the rights and liberties of the commonwealth, or rising empire of America; but they are thought in an especial manner useful to such as have purchased the first volume
Processing Feedback ...