|JOHNNY BULL and the ALEXANDRIANS
William Charles, Philadelphia, 
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John Bull: I must have all your Flour---All your Tobacco---All your Provisions---All your ships---All your Merchindize---Every thing except your Porter and Perry keep them out of my sight, I 've had enough of them already.---
Yankey: Pray Mr Bull don't be too hard with us--- you know we were always friendly, even in time of your Embargo!
British Soldier: Push on Jack, the yankeys are not all so cowardly as these Fellows here. Let's make the best of your time.---
Jack: Huzza Boys!!!
More Rum more Tobacco!---
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