The speech of the Hon. William Henry Drayton, Esquire, chief justice of South-Carolina. Delivered on the twentieth January, 1778. In the General Assembly resolved into the committee of the whole; upon the Articles of the Confederation of the United States of America.

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SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 15785.
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The speech of the Hon. William Henry Drayton, Esquire, chief justice of South-Carolina.: Delivered on the twentieth January, In the General Assembly resolved into the committee of the The speech of the Hon. William Henry Drayton ; upon the Articles of the Confederation of the United States of America.

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