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Madison, James
SAMMELBAND OF TWENTY-FOUR PAMPHLETS, Mostly Related to Pro-Federalist Political Sentiment in Connecticut Before, During and Immediately After the War of 1812.
VP: VP, 1802-1819. Contemporary full leather (rubbed, upper hinge starting but sound) with red leather label. 21 cm. pagination various. Foxing, browning and minor stains throughout. Very good. 1. To the Freemen of the State of Connecticut [caption title]. [N.p. 1802?] 16 pp. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 3167. 2. The Crisis. To the People of Connecticut [caption title]. [Hartford 1819.] 16 pp. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 47751. Sabin 17539. 3. BACKUS, SIMON. A Dissertation on the Right and Obligation of the Civil Magistrate to Take Care of the Interest of Religion, and Provide For Its Support.... Middletown: T. & J.B. Dunning, 1804. 34 pp. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 5752. Sabin 2637. 4. [DAGGET, DAVID.] Count the Cost. An Address to the People of Connecticut, on Sundry Political Subjects, and Particularly on the Proposition For a New Constitution. By Jonathan Steadfast [pseud.]. 21, [2 (Appendix)] pp. [Hartford: Hudson & Goodwin, 1804.] AMERICAN IMPRINTS 6109. Sabin 15716. 5. The Sixth of August or the Litchfield Festival. An Address to the People of Connecticut [caption title]. [Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1806.] 16 pp. AMERICAN IMPRINTS 11366. Sabin 41474 and 81493. 6. WOLCOTT [OLIVER]. Speech of His Excellency Governor Wolcott, Delivered Before Both Houses at the Session of the General Assembly ... in May, 1817. Printed by Order of the House of Representatives [caption title]. [Hartford 1817.] 8 pp. Not in AMERICAN IMPRINTS but WorldCat records a handful of copies. 7. The Mischiefs of Legislative Caucuses, Exposed in an Address to the People of Connecticut. By Trumbull [pseud.]. Hartford … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bartleby's Books [Chevy Chase, Maryland, U.S.A.]

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