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America in flames

America in flames

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Print shows a woman representing "America" seated in flames fanned from above by two men in clouds wielding British measures, "Quebec Bill" and "Masachusets (sic) Bay", against the colonies; four British men, representing the British Opposition, make a feeble attempt to extinguish flames. A teapot is overturned on steps in front of "America" spilling it's contents.

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01/01/1774
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