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|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|Notes:||Defending Freemasons against attacks, and disapproving of the union between the Antimasonic Party and abolitionists.
"A brief account of the introduction of political anti-Masonry in Pennsylvania, and its influence on abolition and amalgamation in this state. Addressed to the true and worthy citizens of this great commonwealth. By a National Republican."--P. .
Signed and dated (p. 11): "A National Republican. Philadelphia, July, 1838."
"Stevens' Robespierien sans culotte letter."--P. 11-12. A letter from Thaddeus Stevens in reply to an invitation to the opening of the "Pennsylvania Hall for the free discussion of liberty, and equality of civil rights, and the evils of slavery." Dated: Gettysburg, May 14th, 1838.
Reproduction of original from The American Antiquarian Society.
Sabin no. 60394.
|Description:||1 online resource (12 p.)|
|Other Titles:||Brief account of the introduction of political anti-Masonry in Pennsylvania and its influence on abolition and amalgamation in this state|