United States of North America as they are, not as they are generally described : being a cure for radicalism [with app. ... murders, riots and other outrages]. (Book, 1840) [WorldCat.org]
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United States of North America as they are, not as they are generally described : being a cure for radicalism [with app. ... murders, riots and other outrages].

Author: Thomas Brothers
Publisher: London, 1840.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Brothers, Thomas.
United States of North America as they are.
London, Longman, Orme, Brown, Green & Longmans, 1840
(OCoLC)613198012
Named Person: Thomas Paine
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Brothers
OCLC Number: 221735891
Description: 1 volume
Contents: Introductory letter on the general state of the Union. --
On cruelty of the discipline of the state prisons of Pennsylvania; Eastern penitentiary. --
On the American system of banking and its ruinous effect upon the producing classes. --
On the working of the government of the United States; chartered priveleges. --
On Thomas Paine's pamphlet in favour of paper money. Character of Paine. --
On the character of Stephen Girard, the banker: the misappropriation of his munificent charitable bequests; character of the American Republicans. --
On the vote by ballot. --
On the conduct of the Republicans of the United States to the American Indians. --
On nullification. --
To the English abolitionists of Negro slavery. --
On universal suffrage, election by ballot, &c. --
Appendix: I. Miscellaneous murders, riots, and other outrages in 1834, 1835, 1836, 1837, and 1838. II. Riots, outrages, and murders at the American elections. (Cont.) III. On the character of Stephen Girard, etc. IV. Atrocities of the American Republicans towards the Negroes and their friends the Abolitionists. V. On the miserable conditions of the labouring classes in the free republic of Pennsylvania. VI. A few of a great number of instances of the firing of cities, towns, &c., from 1834 to 1838 inclusive. VII. Outrages in Congress; legislative assemblies; courts of justice, etc. VIII. Extracts from public and other documents, &c., relative to the American system of banking. IX. A few instances of the burning of churches and other outrages perpetrated ... against the freedom of religious opinion. X. A few cases of lynch-law outrages. XI. Early workings of the republican system.
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