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Interesting correspondence between His Excellency Governor Sullivan and Col. Pickering
|Statement||by the governor and others|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 7687|
|Contributions||Pickering, Timothy, 1745-1829|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Interesting correspondence between His Excellency Governour Sullivan and Col. Pickering: in which the latter vindicates himself against the groundless charges made against him by the governor and others.
[James Sullivan; Timothy Pickering]. Interesting Correspondence Between His Excellency Governor Sullivan and Col. Pickering; In Which the Latter Vindicates Himself Against the Groundless Charges Made Against Him by.
May 29, · Interesting Correspondence Between His Excellency Governor Sullivan and Col. Pickering; In Which the Latter Vindicates Himself Against the Groundless Charges Made Against Him by the Governor and Others.
James Sullivan. Addressed to His Excellency James Sullivan (Boston,16 pp.), with a note and three additional letters in Pickering's hand; a copy of Interesting Correspondence between His Excellency Governour Sullivan and Col.
Pickering (Boston,32 pp.); and an unauthorized London edition of some of Pickering's newspaper articles entitled Letters. James Sullivan’s most popular book is Jeans. Interesting Correspondence Between His Excellency Governor Sullivan and Col. Pickering; In Which the Latter Vindicates Himself Against the Groundless Charges Made Against Him by the Governor and Others by.
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