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Daily Advertiser and American - Extra ... Memorial to the General Assembly, from the Antimasonic State Convention, Read January 12. And referred to a select committee
Providence: January, 1831. Large folio broadsheet (approx. 21" x 15¼"), text in 6 columns to a side; old folds, slight browning, some spotty foxing and stains. The first 5 columns are given over to the "Memorial" which is signed in type by Walter Paine, Jr., secretary, and approximately 65 other citizens. The remaining seven-plus columns are devoted entirely to contemporary antimasonic intelligence from sources in New Jersey, Massachusetts, and western New York. There is even a letter from a committee in Coosada, Alabama requesting information on the Morgan affair from prosecutor John C. Spencer, with his lengthy reply. This "Extra" not found in OCLC.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [United States]
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