James Rivington

James Rivington James Rivington (1724 – July 4, 1802) was an English-born American journalist who published a Loyalist newspaper in the American colonies called ''Rivington's Gazette''. He was driven out of New York by the Sons of Liberty, but was very likely a member of the American Culper Spy Ring, which provided the Continental Army with military intelligence from British-occupied New York.

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    The Alarm. Or A plan of pacification with America

    Published 1781
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    Declaration and address of His Majesty's loyal associated refugees, assembled at Newport, Rhode-Island

    Published 1779
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    The speech of Edmund Burke, Esquire, on moving his resolutions for conciliation with the colonies, March 22d, 1775 by Burke, Edmund, 1729-1797

    Published 1775
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    Contemplations on the night By James Hervey, A.M. late Rector of Weston Favell, in Northamptonshire, and author of Meditations among the tombs, &c. by Hervey, James, 1714-1758

    Published 1774
    Other Authors: “…Rivington, James, 1724-1802…”
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