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Folder 55 Charles Nisbet to Alexander Addison, August 6, 1795

Nisbet preys that the country does not have a civil war, otherwise it is possible that America will be a first bone of Contention among the powers of Europe, if their present difference were settled. We are a divided people without wisdom, strength or Union and would be easy pray to the sans culottes, if they were able to establish their republic.