Serious considerations on the election of a president:
addressed to the citizens of the United States.
|Main Author:||Linn, William, 1752-1808.|
|Related Names:||Mason, John M. 1770-1829.|
New-York: Printed and sold by John Furman, at his blank, stamp, and stationary shop, opposite the City hall. 1800.
Jefferson, Thomas, /
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An argument against the election of Mr. Jefferson, on the ground of "his disbelief in the Holy Scriptures; or, in other words, his rejection of the Christian religion and open profession of Deism."
"Dr. John M. Mason assisted in the performance."--Sabin, Bibl. amer., v. 10, no. 41347.
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