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Folder 50 Charles Nisbet to Alexander Addison, January 13, 1795

Nisbet congratulates Addison on his address published in the Gazette. He goes on to discuss the situation with the militia and Nisbet inquires about troop presence in Addison's region, and describes plans of The Democratic Society to publish a counter-revolutionary paper. Nisbet criticizes Brackenridge for spinning the truth about Dutch land purchases in Allegheny County.