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Whatever opinions prevail with the public, either from misconstruction or misrepresentation, operating to the prejudice of an individual, have ever been thought a sufficient apology, for giving a state of facts, as an appeal to the candour of the people

Author: John Banks; Edward Carrington; Anthony Wayne
Publisher: S.l. s.n. [1783]
Edition/Format:   Computer file : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Broadsides
History
Named Person: John Banks; Nathanael Greene; John Banks; Nathanael Greene
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Banks; Edward Carrington; Anthony Wayne
OCLC Number: 838406366
Notes: A vindication of Banks's conduct while engaged in furnishing supplies to the Army
Bristol, B5678
Followed by: "It cannot be supposed that a character, stamped with so many marks of public integrity as General Greene's, will receive an injury in the minds of generous men, from the incautious expressions of a private letter ..." Signed: Anthony Wayne [and] Edward Carrington
Gould & Morgan. South Carolina, 637
Shipton & Mooney, 44341
Signed: John Banks
The Library of Congress and John Carter Brown Library copies are dated in ms.: Feb. 15, 1783
Wayne and Carrington's statement is intended to clear Nathaniel Green of any culpability in association with Banks's transactions
Description: 1 online resource (Includes files in TIFF, GIF and PDF formats with inclusion of keyword searchable text)

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