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A
FULL VINDICATION
OF THE
Measures of the Congress,
FROM
The CALUMNIES of their ENEMIES ;
In ANSWER to
A LETTER,
Under the Signature of
A. W. FARMER
WHEREBY
His Sophistry is expected, his Cavils confuted, his
Artifices detected and his Wit ridiculed ;
IN
A GENERAL ADDRESS
To the Inhabitants of America,
AND
A Particular Address
To the FARMERS of the Province of New-York
[Handwritten note:] By Alexander Hamilton


Veritas magna est & prævalebit
Truth is powerful, and will prevail.

NEW-YORK:
Printed by James Rivington. 1774.