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ANNIVERSARY OF INDEPENDENCE. Oil SaturdKV last . a nnmK.r f r.,;,.n. i.i Z . w. assembled at the Cool Spring Cove, near this city, for the purpose of celebrating the anni. versarv'of American I nderiendenre. H. ' I i o versary'of American Independence. Hi H Harwood, Esq. was aimointed President, and . , i j uaptain a. Maynard Vice-nrsuent. Attei dinner the following toasts were drank with entue unanimity. I. 1 he day we 'celebrate. 3. Geortre Washington Peace to his O I J manes, honour to his glory, and heaven to ins virtues. 3. Speed to' the oloutsh Pernetual motion i a i to the wh' els and looms of our countiy, and may the white sails ot America cover the o cean. 4 ine federalists ot Maryland .vei readv to SUDDort the crnve'rinTient nf their i t n-:w - - country, though they may disapprove the C . I inrasurc oi ine aammistration. 5. The memorv of those who fouerht and bled in the cause of American liberty. 6. The Law Mav it alwavi be the sn preme authority in a tree government. . i ne mrmii I or iienerai Ham ton 8. Those who have eninverl nltirea nf mill ...j.j . and yet are poor we respect them, for they must oe nonest. 9. The obieA of evenr !ut WarA speedy and honourable Peace. 10. I lie Dresent armu nf the IT. Srsrea May it be found as brave and as faithful as were ine neroes ot '76. I I. The State nf Marvlanrt 12. America. Commerce and Freedom. 13. Mav the United States be a firm as a rock in the war in which we are now eno-ac 0"0 ed. 14. Onrcelvet T'h. .n.rv.. nt m.t.a .1.. friends of social order of course the friends oi eood crovernment 15. The Cool Snrinor Cove Mju ttie rnn i o - w .. stitution of the United States and the Liber ty ot the .Press, last as long as Us waters now. . , - , , . . . i 16. Ine hons Ot Collimhia. tuhn fmirrrir I e i. i-i . ' 5" I tor her Liberty Mav thev never be inrrrnt- I - e I . ....... I 17. 1 lie American lLacr e Snarinir in the n - n ... .... mire etlier rt mUm .. .'..k I jT . - ' ii ji"i disdain the airogant crowing of the gallic cock, and the roariner of the British Lion. I i - v I 10. uurseives ano our sentiments May re ever maintain n..t n..t..n T .1 . I I J r. ' I and may the Sun of those who wish to abridge I it set never to rise acrain. I w . I

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  1. The Maryland Gazette,
  2. 09 Jul 1812, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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