Some account of the life and services of William Blount, an officer of the revolutionary army, member of the Continental congress, and of the convention which framed the Constitution of the United States, also governor of the territory south of the Ohio river, and senator in Congress U. S. 1783-1797. Together with a full account of his impeachment and trial in Congress and his expulsion from the U. S. Senate. By Gen. Marcus J. Wright.
|Main Author:||Wright, Marcus J. 1831-1922.|
Washington, E.J. Gray [c1884]
United States > History > Constitutional period, 1789-1809
iv p., 1 l., -142 p.
|Original Classification Number:||E302.6.B6 W95|
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