[NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT, EXTRA- SEPT.7, 1840.] DEFENCE OF CYRUS BARTON, AGAINST THE ATTACKS OF HON. ISAAC HILL UPON THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NEW-HAMPSHIRE PATRIOT AND STATE GAZETTE.

[np: 1840]. 16pp, disbound, scattered foxing. Good+. A dispute arising over Hill's sale of the Patriot to Cyrus Barton. Established by Hill in 1809, the Patriot "was one of the most important journals in New England." [DAB on Hill]. After his service as a member of Jackson's 'kitchen cabinet,' and a term as governor of New Hampshire, Hill began another newspaper, this one entitled 'Hill's New Hampshire Patriot,' which eventually merged with the original Patriot. FIRST EDITION. Sabin 3830. AI 40-499 [4]. Item #5028

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