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Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people at a vendue of merchant-goods; introduced to the public by poor Richard

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  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people at a vendue of merchant-goods; introduced to the public by poor Richard"@en
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  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods : introduced to the public by Poor Richard, a famous Pennsylvania conjurer and almanack-maker, in answer to the following questions : Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to? : to which are added, several curious pieces of writing"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant goods"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods introduced to the public by Poor Richard"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods introduced to the public by Poor Richard"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods. Boston, New-England, Printed and sold by Benjamin Mecom, at the New Printing-Office. [1758]"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of Merchant-goods"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods; introduced to the public by Poor Richard, (a famous Pennsylvania conjurer and almanack-maker) in answer to the following questions, Pray Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to?"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods introduced to the publick by Poor Richard, (a famous Pennsylvanian conjurer and almanack-maker) in answer to the following questions. Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won' these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to?"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods introduced to the publick by Poor Richard, (a famous Pennsylvanian conjurer and almanack-maker) in answer to the following questions. Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won' these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to?"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods; introduced to the publick by poor Richard a famous Pennsylvania conjurer, and almanack-maker, etc"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods : introduced to the publick"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods : introduced to the public by Poor Richard"
  • "Father Abraham's speech ... introduced to the publick by Poor Richard"
  • "Father Abraham's Speech"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods; introduced to the publick by Poor Richard, (a famous conjurer and almanack-maker) in answer to the following questions, Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to do?"
  • "Father Abraham's speech : Benjamin Franklin"
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods introduced to the public by Poor Richard, a famous Pennsylvania conjurer and almanack-maker, in answer to the following questions : Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we ever be able to pay them? What would you advise us to do? : to which are added, several curious pieces of writing"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods introduced to the public by Poor Richard, a famous Pennsylvania conjurer and almanack-maker, in answer to the following questions : Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we ever be able to pay them? What would you advise us to do? : to which are added, several curious pieces of writing"
  • "Father Abraham's speech Benjamin Franklin"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech"
  • "Father Abraham's speech"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods; introduced to the publick by Poor Richard [pseud.] ... in answer to the following questions. Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to?"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech : From Poor Richard's almanac"@en
  • "Father Abraham's speech to a great number of people, at a vendue of merchant-goods; : introduced to the public by Poor Richard, a famous Pennsylvania conjurer, and almanack-maker, in answer to the following questions; Pray, Father Abraham, what think you of the times? Won't these heavy taxes quite ruin the country? How shall we be ever able to pay them? What would you advise us to do? : To which are added, several curious pieces of writing"

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