792. Baltimore Maryland Gazette, 4 March 1788

It is agreeable, says a correspondent, to observe, how many of the same events and circumstances concur in favor of the New Federal Government, that occurred in favor of the opposition to Great-Britain and the declaration of independence in the beginning of the war, 1st. The American revolution began in the town of Boston. In the same town we observe the most perfect unanimity in the choice of deputies in the State Convention.