Excerpt from A Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Jefferson, Esq., President of the United States, Concerning His Official Conduct and Principles: With an Appendix of Important Documents and Illustrations
After the foothing language uttered by you, in your inaugural addrefs, on the 4th of March lalt after your invitation to your fellow citizens to unite with you, with one heart and one mind, in reﬂoring to focial intercourfe that harmony and afi'eetion, with. Out which liberty, and even life itfelf, are but dreary things - after propofing to banilh. From our land political intolerance, which, if not difcountenanced, might prove as defpotic as wicked, and capable of as bitter and bloody perfecutions as thofe heretofore inﬂie'ted on mankind by religious intolerance - after bavin aﬂ'umed a portion of blame for having called by digerent names brethren of the fame principles; - after fiating that we are all republicans, we are all federalifis; - and after acknowledging that our go vernment had proceeded fo far in the full tide of fuc.
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