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[Hopkinson, Joseph?]:

EINE ADDRESSE AN DIE FREYEN LEUTE VON PENNSYLVANIEN, VON DER CORRESPONDENZ-COMMITTEE DIE FUR DIE STADT PHILADELPHIA VON DEN FREUNDE DES JAMES ROSS, BESTIMMT WURDE, MIT IHREN MITBUREGERN UBER DEN GEGENSTAND DER GOUVERNORS-WAHL ZU CORRESPONDIREN.

Gedruckt bey Carl Cist, Philadelphia: 1799 24pp. Stitched, untrimmed, uncut. Tanned with scattered spotting, Very Good. "Translation of: An Address to the freemen of Pennsylvania, from the committee of correspondence for the city of Philadelphia, appointed, by the friends of James Ross, to correspond with their fellow citizens on the subject of the election of a governor (Evans 35081). Signed on p. 19 by Levi Hollingsworth and nine others. Attributed to Joseph Hopkinson by William Cobbett in a letter to Edward Thornton dated Feb. 19, 1800." NAIP. Ross was a Federalist whose campaigns stirred the passions of his friends and Jeffersonian opponents alike. Evans 35082. NAIP w018428. See II Jenkins 701 [Evans 35081].


Book Id: 19642

Price: $375.00

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