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PAGK. Cassius,

119 Echo,

121 Letter of S. T. Mason to B. F. Bache, inclosing an abstract of the British Treaty, June 29, 1795,

127 Echo,

128 Proceedings of the Town-meeting in Boston, relative to the Treaty,

141 Reply of President Washington to the Address of the Selectmen of Boston,

145 H. H. Brackenridge's Address to the Electors of the Western Counties of Pennsylvania, 1798,

147 Echo,

150 Echo, No. 20, March 4, 1805,

162 Versification of a Letter from a political character in Phi

ladelphia, to his friend in Connecticut, March, 1798, 188 Extracts from Democracy, an Epic Poem-Canto First, 196 from the same>Canto Second,

200 New-Year's Verses for the Connecticut Courant, January 1, 1795,

210 Guillotina, or the Annual Song of the Tenth Muse-January 1, 1796,

220 The Political Green-House for the year 1798—January 1, 1799,

234 Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Philadelphia, to his

friend in Hartford, on occasion of Mr. Nicholas's
having read in Congress, a passage from the Green-
House, January, 1790,

259 Complimentary Address to the Hon. John Nicholas, 260 Triumph of Democracy, for the Connecticut Courant, January 1, 1901,

268 Symptoms of Millennium for 1801-January 1, 1802, 284 Sketches of the Tires for 1803—January 1, 1804,

296 Prospect of Happiness for the Jews,

313 Supplementary Notes to the Echo,

319

CORRECTION S.

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PAGE 3 line 12 for “ those” read the.

14 25 bellowing” bellowings,
15 5 “ boobies" read loobies.
15 21 “ When” read While.
23 13 “ For" read That.

16 after “light.” dele period.
18 after “

so” inscrt period.
24 1 for “waistcoat's” read waistcoats.

3 “ bid” read bade.
26 “ system” read system's.
6 “ Beholds” read Behold.

Note, line 3 for " a" read the.
Note, line 4 dele “home-made.”
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Note, line 20 för “refus'd to” read would not.
37 17 Cyclops” read Cyclop.
38 14 “ turn'd” read turn.

18 after “bick'ring's” read e'er.
48 6 “ her" read his.
55 6 for " hoops" read whoops.
66 Note, line 14 for “ and” read in.
69 Note, line 3 for “ it was said” read it was stated.
93 11 of introductory observations, for “ councils read

council. 117 7 “ more with” read with more. 158 25 In consequence ofexpunging some lines from this passage

a grammatical inaccuracy has been introduced, whichi,
was not discovered in time for correction; the reader:
therefore, is desired to substitute the following variation

That man avoid, his vile communion shun,
In black corruption all his counsels run ;
He is a Jacobin of spirit fell,

His breath is poison, and his haunt is hell. 117

“ for it constitutes" read'twould constitute. 180 Note, line 4, for “light” read slight. 18: 23, for “pass” read hap. 201

Note, line 9, for “any” read that. 246 25 & 26 corrected as follows.

To all the ills of war combin'd

Want, sickness, and despair consign’ıl. 331 dele the first four lines.

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LIST OF PLATES.

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1. Engraved Title Page and Vignette,
2. Mercy's Angel, to front the Title Page.
3. Infant Liberty, nursed by Mother Mob--Echo 4,
4. Biind Sam. the Royal Indian-Echo 7,
5. There was a Piper had a Cow-Echo 10,
6. Negro Ball-Echo 13,
7. Terror excited by a Crow's Nest--Echo 19,
8. Ludicrous scene in a Barber's Shop-Democracy,

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The EDITORS, while they return their grateful acknowledgments to those Gentlemen who have subscribed to this work, regret that, owing to the small number of subscription papers which were returned in season, they have been under the necessity of omitting a list of the subscribers' names.

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