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Centinel, no. II : To the people of Pennsylvania. Friends, countrymen, and fellow-citizens, as long as the liberty of the press continues unviolated ...

Centinel, no. II : To the people of Pennsylvania. Friends, countrymen, and fellow-citizens, as long as the liberty of the press continues unviolated ...

 
 
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Attributed to George Bryan. Cf. Konkle, B.A. George Bryan and the Constitution of Pennsylvania, p. 313.
Signed on p. 2: Centinel.
Originally printed in: Freeman's journal, Oct. 24, 1787. All other Centinel letters were first published in the Independent gazetteer.
Variant printing of Evans 20249.
Text in two columns.
Not in Evans or Bristol.
Konkle, B.A. George Bryan and the Constitution of Pennsylvania, p. 313
LC copy annotated in pencil: Taken from Penn. Packet, Oct. 20, 1787.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

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01/01/1787
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Bryan, George, 1731-1791.
Constitutional Convention Broadside Collection (Library of Congress)
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