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|Named Person:||James Maccubin Lingan|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
John E Hall; George Washington Parke Custis
|Notes:||Consists of reports of an attack by a mob which on July 27-28, 1812 stormed the office of The Federal Republican, a newspaper opposing the war. Possibly compiled by John Elihu Hall, one of those attacked, whose pamphlet "To the people of the United States" has the same title as the preface.
An earlier issue the same year was entitled: Facts and documents relative to the late attacks on the liberty of the press, in Baltimore. Philadelphia, 1812. 85 p. Later reprints: A portrait of the evils of democracy. Baltimore, 1816; A correct account of the conduct of the Baltimore mob. Winchester, 1814. See E.G. Howard's notes in the Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, v. 57, 1963. p. 222-225.
"Funeral oration" [on General Lingan by George Washington Parke Custis]: p. -90.
|Description:||4 p. lea., 90 p. 23 cm.|
|Other Titles:||To the people of the United States.
Facts and documents relative to the late attacks.
Correct account of the conduct of the Baltimore mob.