The Answer of Mr. Sullivan, to the Letter and Mis-statements of the Hon. Cadwallader D. Colden: In His "Brief Exposition" of Himself as the Advocate of Monopoly. The Unconstitutionality Or Limitation of the Monopoly Demonstrated. The Bad Policy and Injurious Effects of it on the Community Exposed. The Legality of an Extension of the Term of Time of a Patent when for the Good of a State; and the Just Views and Claims of Patentees in Steam Navigation Fully Explained

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