"The questions would seem to answer themselves, and may be left to Lord North himself, if he has not altogether abandoned the sterling currency of Idea and Language (the reverse of his conduct with regard to the coin) and has not folded up, for ever and for ever, the un-corporational rectitude and integrity of things, in the plaitings of his Aulic-robe, or the duplications of his Blue Ribbon."
— Philadelphos, Theophilos (fl. 1777)
A Sequel to Common Sense: or, the American Controversy Considered in Two Points of View Hitherto Unnoticed. ... by Theophilus Philadelphus. (Dublin: Printed by Alex. Stuart, 1777. <Link to ECCO-TCP>