650. Massachusetts Gazette, 29 January 1788

A correspondent, who has it from good authority, informs us, that the extract of a letter from Carlisle county, state of Pennsylvania, is by no means founded in truth; the author of it being one of the mob who lately, in a riotous and hostile manner assembled together at that place, many of whom, without doubt, are now in custody for their misbehaviour. The citizens of Pennsylvania were never more united in any publick measure than they were in the adoption of the federal constitution—(The letter to which this paragraph refers, was published in yesterday’s Herald.)