By His Excellency the president, and Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, a proclamation Whereas there is just cause to believe that our cruel and inveterate enemies, despairing of the conquest of America by open and manly force, are about to adopt the mean and savage policy of distress and depredation. ... Given ... at Philadelphia, this second day of April, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and seventy-nine

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Corporate Author Pennsylvania Supreme Executive Council (Author)
Place, Publisher, Year S.l. Printed by Hall and Sellers 1779
Pages1 sheet([1] p.)
LanguageEnglish
Additional InformationCoat of arms at head of title. - Evans, 16431. - Exhorting the populace to prepare to resist the enemy's imminent "policy of distress and depredation.". - Hildeburn, C.R. Pennsylvania, 3936. - Signed: Joseph Reed, president. Attest. T. Matlack, secretary
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