The genuine information, delivered to the legislature of the state of Maryland, relative to the proceedings of the General Convention, lately held at Philadelphia : by Luther Martin, Esquire, attorney-general of Maryland, and one of the delegates in the said convention. Together with a letter to the Hon. Thomas C. Deye, speaker of the House of Delegates, an address to the citizens of the United States, and some remarks relative to a standing army, and a bill of rights. [One line in Latin from Horace].
Printed by Eleazer Oswald, at the Coffee-House,
M, DCC, LXXXVIII. 
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