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Thomas Jefferson to Isaac H. Tiffany (4 Apr 1819)

Benjamin Franklin – Philadelphia Convention (2 June 1787)

James Iredell – North Carolina Ratifying Convention (20 July 1788)

Thomas Paine – Rights of Man (1791-92)

Samuel Adams, The Rights of the Colonists (20 Nov 1772)

John Adams Discourses on Davila (1791)

Arthur Lee 1775

John Dickinson – 12th of his Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania (1767)

John Jay 1774 – Address to the people of Great Britain

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William Davie, James Iredell – North Carolina Ratifying Convention (1788)

William Grayson, Patrick Henry – Virginia Ratifying Convention (1788)

Thomas Jefferson to Joseph C. Cabell (2 Feb 1816)

Samuel Adams – Candidus – Boston Gazette (14 Oct 1771)

John Dickinson – Fabius IV (1788)

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