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Pacificus No. 2

The second and principal objection to the proclamation [of Neutrality], namely, that it is inconsistent…
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Cabinet Paper to the President

Answers to remaining questions proposed by the President of the United States on the 18th…
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Cabinet Paper to the President

Question the Third proposed by the President of the United States.—"If a minister from the…
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Neutrality Debate

Letter to the Editor of the Boston Gazette Messieurs EDES & SON, Please do give the…
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Reflections

It is unworthy of the dignity, as well as equity, of Americans, to become partizans…
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Stubborn Facts

Mr. Russell, I observe, that the scribblers of the Chronicle, with their usual impudence, still…
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Editorial in The Gazette of the United States, 1794

From the Gazette of the United States, in Answer to the foregoing. Mr. Fenno, I…
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Editorial in The Gazette of the United States, March 13, 1794

For the Gazette of the United States The conduct of the powers at war is…
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Helvidius–Pacificus Debate on Neutrality Proclamation

Source: “Pacificus No. I, [29 June 1793],” Founders Online, National Archives, ““Helvidius” Number 1, [24…
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