Attributed to James Jackson by Evans. Imprint suggested by Evans. "Some copies have only ten Letters of 64 [i.e. 66] pages; but a complete copy should have twelve Letters and 94 pages."--Evans. "Sicilius. Number XI. To the citizens of the state of Georgia" (15,  p.) is presumably the eleventh letter called for by Evans, but was printed separately. No copy of the twelfth letter is known.
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considered in a series of numbers, by a citizen of that state. August 1795.
The letters of Sicilius, to the citizens of the state of Georgia : on the constitutionality, the policy, and the legality of the late sale of western lands, in the state of Georgia/James Jackson; [Augusta, Ga.] : [Printed by John E. Smith?],