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- The HERALD; A GAZETTE for the COUNTRY, 1795
The HERALD; A GAZETTE for the COUNTRY, 1795
EARLY REPUBLICAN NEWSPAPER: THE HERALD, New York, Wednesday, June 10, 1795.
The front page carries the speech of Boiffy D'Anglas given at the National convention in France concerning the policy of the French Republic with respect to Foreign Nations. The is fierce condemnation of many of European powers and the article warns "Ye POITICIANS OF EUROPE WHO BOAST OF WISDON EXALTED ETC., ECT., TO LIFT THE VEIIL WHICH HIDES FROM YOUR EYES THE MANIAVELIAN POLITICS OF THE ENLISH GOVERNMENT!!
Page II new and agricultural hints for famers, and an incredible and typical of this in time in history, report of a murder.
Mention of notable personalities from this time in history, and a column election of John Hay to Governor of New York.
Four pages in excellent condition.