An Oration Pronounced on the Fourth of July, 1822: At the Request of the Inhabitants of the City of Boston, in Commemoration of the Anniversary of National Independence by John C Gray

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John C Gray
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Excerpt from An Oration Pronounced on the Fourth of July, 1822: At the Request of the Inhabitants of the City of Boston, in Commemoration of the Anniversary of National Independence

Ordered, That the Mayor and Aldermen be and they hereby are requested to present the thanks of the City of Boston, to John C. Gray, Esq. for the elegant and spirited oration, delivered by him on the fourth of July, at the request of the City upon the anniversary of American Independence, and to request a copy for the press.

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