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Fourth March: On That Day We Will Rejoice, Because the Election of President Jefferson Put an End to the Aristocratic Influence of the Advocates of a Funding System and a British Treaty, and Scattered the Combined Forces of the Enemies of Our Revolution. .

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Book; Broadside; Online
Published
[S.l. : s.n., 1802?]
Language
English
Summary
Announcing a meeting "to celebrate the 4th of March & to give our public testimony in favor of a President and administration, whose principles and measures have uniformily presented sure pledges of confidence to republicans, and insuperable arguments against the cavils and misrepresentations of the enemies of our revolution."
Description
1 sheet ([1] p.) ; 34 x 21 cm.
Notes
Inscr. "An extract recommended by Yr friend John Fowler" who was a member of Congress from Kentucky, 1797-1807.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Written on verso: "Public rejoicing at Mr Jeffersons election. Reasons for so doing. Autograph of the Hon Jno. Fowler."
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Coles Fund.
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Broadside 1802 .F68