To the publick : [seven lines from Gordon] It must be an unpleasing reflection to every lover of peace and moderation, to observe that there are some men continually exerting their utmost effects to inflame the minds of honest and well meaning people.
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|Series||Early American imprints. First series ; no. 42718. ^A478749
|General note||Signed and dated: A friend to moderation. Savannah, August 3, 1774.|
|General note||Imprint supplied by Bristol.|
|General note||Text in two columns.|
|References||Shipton & Mooney 42718|
|References||Hummel, R.O. Southeastern broadsides, 297|
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