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Beyond Penn's Treaty

The Life of Thomas Eddy; Comprising an Extensive Correspondence

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cussing. I readily agreed to put those papers in
order, connected with a few remarks of my own, to
the end that the public might have some idea of Mr.

as a man, and of the great objects of his useful
life. To show me the estimation in which Mr. Eddy
was held by the wise and good, which had known
him well, Dr. Hosack put into my hands the follow-
ing letters, from men whose sincerity is above all
doubt, and whose opinions have a commanding
weight in society.