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A congratulatory epistle to the redoubtable Peter Porcupine. On his "complete triumph over the once towering but fallen and despicable faction, in the United States:" a poem, by Peter Grievous, Junr. [Two lines from Swift] To which is annexed The vision, a dialogue between Marat and Peter Porcupine, in the infernal regions. by Peter Grievous

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Published by From the free and independent political & literary press of Thomas Bradford, printer, bookseller & stationer, no. 8, South Front Street in Philadelphia .
Written in English


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SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3843, no. 03.
ContributionsHopkinson, Joseph, 1770-1842
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination44p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17053568M

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